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Fake Gift Boxes

Got a gift that's too good to give away in the box it came in? Fool your recipient with a Fake Gift Box from The Onion ($20/4-pack). This terrific collection of boxes for ridiculous fictitious products — we're particular fans of the Visor-ganizer — is sure to draw the ire of your loved ones, that is, before they realize they've been duped. Way better than actually having to buy a Chia Pet just for the box. [Thanks, Arik]

  • Batphone

    Shakespeare bust with hidden switch? Check. Red Batphone? Check. Young sidekick in weird tights? Uh, yeah, we'll think about that. In the meantime, this Commissioner Gordon-approved phone, just like the Caped Crusader's, lights up when a call comes in to your own Batcave.

  • Ambient ScoreCast Devices

    If you like getting your sports updates instantly, and sitting in front of a screen watching ESPN News all day isn't an option for you, check out Ambient's ScoreCast Devices ($125 each). While the company's Football ScoreCast has been out since Nov., the Baseball ScoreCast won't be available until April — but both offer updates every period (that's every quarter or half inning) and also provide up-to-date league, conference, and division standings, and receives its updates subscription-free from Ambient's InfoCast Network, which covers 90-percent of US households. Sports scores, delivered directly to your desk, without all that "Boo-yah" nonsense.