Geek Girl's Top 5

When storms hit, you know what the best thing is to do? Stay in by the fire and browse the internet for cool toys and gadgets to keep you entertained. And guess what? I've done all the browsing for you! These goodies should help you beat the winter blues.

Under £10
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Even Wonder Woman gets the odd bump and scrape, so show off your wounds with these awesome Wonder Woman plasters, £5.99 from Truffle Shuffle. They even come in a cool tin to store in your handbag.
Under £25
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One of my favourite Christmas presents was this Big Bang Theory Trivia Game, written by the fans themselves. We cracked it out on Christmas Day and I'll tell you what; I've seen every episode that has been broadcast in the UK and even I was stumped on some of them! You can get one from Play for £23.62.
Under £50

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The gamers amongst you might take a particular liking to this Minecraft torch. The description on Forbidden Planet says it hangs on your wall or sits on your desk. I'd rather have it handy for coming home in the dark myself.

Under £100


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Every home needs a universal remote control and I reckon y'all should invest in this Dr Who one. Not only is it a fully functioning universal remote but it also lights up, has FX sounds and it a full replica of the TV prop. Head over to Forbidden Planet to get yours now for £69.95.

Over £100


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Now for the big daddy of the week. I know I post a helluva lot of Batman items, but that's cos he's The Best! And what better ultimate item than this Hot Toys Batmobile replica from the 1989 hit film? It's a sixth scale figure but it will still set you back a whopping£584.99. If you're feeling extravagant, you can order yours from Forbidden Planet.

So that's it then? Tomorrow is the start of a full working week and everything's back to normal. But let's not forget Christmas and New Year in too quick a hurry. I'm always eager to see recommendations from fellow geeks, so comment below with a link to your favourite Christmas present or sale find and spread the geek love!

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