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This AT-AT Desk Organizer is the Best Organizer There Is


Hot on the heels of our Star Wars Suits coverage, we want to direct your attention to this most awesome AT-AT Desk Organizer. It measures 10.6″ tall and is a 1/72 scale replica of the “real thing”. It’s full of compartments to store your various items, and even comes with its own companion Snow Speeder with a tow hook, letting you wrap your charging cable around its feet with ease. Its various joins are flexible, so you can pose him how you want. It doesn’t get much better than this, and at 9,720 yen (~$95 USD) available in December, we expect it to be a popular Christmas present.


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Cubii Is That Under-Desk At-Work Exerciser Machine You’ve Always Wanted


You might be thinking “hey, I have to pay the bills, so I’ll accept that for 8 hours a day I’m completely sedentary and can’t work out. And then I have errands to run and stuff to do after work, so hey… who on earth has time to work out? Amirite or amirite?” The Cubii just called you out, man. It’s a small elliptical trainer that fits right under your desk. Its silent operation means you won’t disturb co-workers, and 8 levels of resistance can help you dial-in just the right intensity so you’re getting some workout done, but don’t break a huge sweat. The Cubii can reportedly help you burn around 150 calories an hour, which is huge. Like everything else these days, it’s a connected device, so you can even track your progress through an app. $350 will get you yours, but if you convince your office manager to get it in bulk, there are significant savings to be had.


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Office Warfare: Q-Tip Crossbow


You’ve been wanting to get back at Tim from accounting ever since he covered your seat in Scotch Tape, but unsure how? The Q-Tip Crossbow is just the right type of weapon for this job. Just crank it, place a Q-Tip and pull the trigger cord. You’ll hit your target up to 20ft away, and Tim will never be able to get upset at you because, well, it’s paper and cotton for crying out loud. Some assembly is required and it comes with 25 Q-Tips, but it’s not like you can’t buy 1,000 for $5 at Costco or anything. It’s $10 from Thinkgeek.


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The Ultimate Office Accessory: The FUUT, A Foot Hammock


Sitting at a chair in a tiny cubicle for hours on end isn’t how life is intended to be lived. But that’s how it is for a large chunk of the population. Every little thing you can do to make the process a little bit more comfortable is probably a good idea, and it’s especially so when it involves something like the FUUT, a Foot Rest Hammock. Tie it to the legs of your desk, and it’ll provide a soft elevated surface on which to rest your feet. Whether your boss will be ok with your little contraption is a different story, but it’ll cost you only $12.48 to find get your own and try your luck.

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The Office Gym Lets You Work Out At Your Desk


You spend your day sitting on your behind, typing away at your keyboard, not burning a single calorie and getting fat. It’s the life of most of corporate America, but you don’t have to take it. With the Office Gym, you’ll be able to perform some basic resistance training exercises that will keep some of your muscles toned, and your blood flowing. It attaches directly at the back of your chair, and lets you do a variety of “3D exercises”. It’s not quite as good as a proper session at the gym, but it’s definitely better than nothing. For the pleasure of being able to get some physical work done at work, you’ll have to pay $129.


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Napping In Your Cubicle? Totally Possible

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Done are the days where you need to find a sofa somewhere in the office to catch a couple of minutes of shuteye during your break. The Desk Chair for Sleepy Workers by Thanko turns from a regular office chair into a full fledged bed at the pull of a lever. In seconds you’ll be able to get horizontal and get that power nap in, so the rest of your day can be as productive as possible. It’s 29,800 yen (US$241). The only problem is you’ll have to deal with a Japanese website to order the thing.


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Power Pen: Write and Charge

Power Pen


The Power Pen is the one pen to rule them all. Reach for it every time you need to jot down notes, sketch ideas, or charge your phone. Yep, you read that right: the pen doubles as a backup battery so you make one more call or send a few more messages before it completely runs out of juice. It only has a 700 mAh capacity, so it can’t charge your battery fully, but that’s better than nothing, right?

The Power Pen’s ink tip also retracts so you can use it as a stylus. It comes with micro USB and lightning connectors, and you can charge the pen up easily by plugging it into a USB port. It retails for $40.

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One More Thing Your Phone Can Do: iPhone Laser Pointer

iPhone LAser Pointer


What can you do with your iPhone? Or better yet, the question should read: what can’t you do with it? First and foremost, it’s obviously a phone. Then it spins off into a camera, an audio and video recorder, a note pad, an organizer, a fitness tracker, a video game console, a music player, a map, and so on and so forth.

The capabilities of most smartphones are extended further with accessories like the iPin iPhone laser pointer. Dubbed as the “world’s smallest laser pointer,” the iPin fits right into the iPhone’s 3.5mm earphone jack. The entire thing weighs less than a gram and is powered by your phone, so there’s no need to replace batteries at all. The iPin also has an on/off switch so you don’t have to take it out when you want to use your phone in the middle of presentations.

It’s available online for $39.99.

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Tell Tale Push Pins Tell All At a Glance

Tell Tale Push Pins


Too much of something often turns it into something undesirable. Take notes and reminders, for instance. A few tacked onto the board might be useful to remember the stuff that you should, but tacking everything from to-do lists and press releases to inspirational photos and other random stuff takes that usefulness away.

If you’re having a hard time unpinning stuff, then an alternative are these Tell Tale Push Pins. They basically tell you what they’re holding onto the board even before you check it out, so you’ll have a clue what it is without having to check every single note.

Each set of 8 is priced at $9.

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