Lego VW Camper Van

Do hippies tend to be Lego fans? We're not sure, but if that's the case expect to be seeing a lot more tie-died apparel at your local Lego Store thanks to the Lego VW Camper Van ($120). A painstaking recreation of the T1 Camper from 1962 — also known as "the hippie van" — this 1,322-piece set includes details like the flat-four VW boxer engine above the rear axle, a pop-up roof, opening doors, a rounded roof and window frames, and an authentic interior including a sink, a bench that converts into a bed, a folding dinette table, an opening cupboard, a hippie-inspired color scheme, a lava lamp, and a t-shirt in the window that says "Make Lego models, not war."

  • Lego Star Wars Super Star Destroyer

    Have a lot of time on your hands and over four feet of office space to devote to your Star Wars/Lego obsession? Then start saving your pennies for the Lego Star Wars Super Star Destroyer ($400). Weighing in at nearly eight pounds, measuring 50 inches long, and consisting of over 3,000 pieces, the latest Ultimate Collector's Series model features incredible detail worthy of Vader's personal flagship, and comes with a display stand, data sheet label, and five minifigs, including IG-88, Admiral Piett, Dengar, Bossk, and Darth Vader himself.

  • Xploderz Water Pellet Guns

    It's about time someone offered all the advantages of paintball without the paint. Xploderz Water Pellet Guns ($15-$40) shoot pellets made of a super-absorbent polymer that you "grow" in water before loading into a cartridge and slapping on your weapon of choice: either the pistol-like XBlaster 200, the mid-sized, Uzi-like XStormer 1000, or the sniper-style XRanger 2000. As an added bonus, you can crush the spent ammo into your yard to help it stay healthy in the dry heat — the polymer was designed by the Department of Agriculture, after all. [via]

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