Geek Girl's Top 5

Welcome back to your weekly fix of movie memorabilia, geeky gadgets and gifts for gamers. Check out these little beauties!

Under £10
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Bored of taking your own lunch to work? Well, those sandwiches are gonna get a whole lot cooler with this awesome Batman sandwich tin. Superman is also available. They’re £4.99 from Truffle Shuffle.

Under £25
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So, summer is coming to an end, the evenings are getting cooler, and what better way to keep your noggin snug than with this beyond cool Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle beanie? And as it gets colder still, you can put the mask on and keep (the top half of) your face warm too. And all for the bargain price of £14.99 (again, from Truffle Shuffle), so if you’re having a hard time picking your favourite turtle, you can get Donatello, Raphael and Leonardo!

Under £50
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Now here’s something for the hardcore film geeks – a movie reel clock. For £30.87 (from Etsy) you can adorn the wall of your edit suite or office with your very own piece of recycled geekdom.

Under £100
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Hands up who played with Lego when they were a kid (or last week). Well, now you can carry a piece of your childhood around with you with this bag from Etsy. It’s £67.72 and comes in a range of colours – one for every outfit!

Over £100
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And now for the weekly item that is waaay beyond my price range but has jumped to the top of my Ultimate Geek Wish List – a life-size ET puppet! According to Mother’s Basement, there will only be one production run and it’s available to pre-order now (released 30th September). It’s £239.99, so you’d better start scraping your coppers together.

Check back next week for some more geeky goodies!

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