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Holiday Gift Guide: Nerdy

Dec 04, 2013

We all have something that we love to geek out about, but for some of us it’s not enough just to be nerdy about what we love, we need the whole world to know by splurging on some swag (or better yet, getting someone to splurge for you!) Not sure what to get that nerd in your life? Check out the Kidzworld’s Holiday Guide for Nerdy Gifts to get some ideas!

Jedi Bathrobe

Star Wars can be a serious obsession, so why not get let the Skywalker in your life wrap themselves up in Jedi Bathrobe!

Price: $29.99 ($70.00 for adult sizes)

Jedi Bathrobe Being a Jedi never felt so cozy
 

Kikkerland Mini Samurai Sword Umbrella

Does someone you know dream of being a proud warrior? With this Mini Samurai Sword Umbrella, they can fight off the rain and feel like a real samurai at the same time.

Price: $22.50

Kikkerland Mini Samurai Sword UmbrellaSlice through bad weatherCourtesy of Kikkerland
 

Periodic Table Shower Curtain

Some people love science so much they want to immerse themselves in it all the time, and for those folks we have the perfect solution – the Periodic Table Shower Curtain!

Price: $29.95

Periodic Table Shower CurtainShower in science
 

Kindle Covers For Classic Lit Lovers

Owning a kindle means that you never have to worry about bending pages again, but for real bookworms who love the look and feel of a classic novel, they might feel like they’re missing out on the real experience. That’s where these classic covers come in!

Price: $23.50

Classic Novel Kindle CoversYou can get classics like Wuthering Heights and Dracula!
 

The Mortal Instruments Trilogy Box Set

Cassandra Clare’s Mortal Instruments series takes readers on a break-neck paced adventure ina world full of demons, vampires, fairies and the shadow hunters who’s job it is to keep order among them. Once you give this to the book lover in your life, they won’t be able to tear themselves away!

Price: $19.79

The Mortal Instruments SeriesBook lovers will bury themselves in Cassandra Clare's hit seriesCourtesy of McElderry Books
 

Piggy Back Solar-Powered Gadget Bag

The perfect gift for a forward-thinker who loves technology and believes in going green, this bag allows you to power up all your electronic toys whenever the sun is shining!

Price: $119.00

Piggy Back Solar Powered Gadget Bagpower up in the sun!
 

LOTR iPhone Case

Whether you’re a fan of the books of the films are what flip your switch, there’s no shortage of Lord of the Rings merch to show everyone that you belong in middle earth.

Price: $34.95

Lord of the Rings iPhone CaseMiddle Earth on your phone
 

Kymera Wand Remote Control

Perhaps the ultimate nerdy gift, with just a swish and flick this “magic” remote control can make you feel as if its your wizarding powers changing the channel.

Price: $70.00

Kymera Magic Wand RemoteSwish and flick to the right channel!Courtesy of Kymera
 

Have Your Say

What will you be getting the nerd you know this holiday season? Let us know in the comments section below!

 

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*MindlessMessSquad*
NETBOOK!
commented: Mon Dec 17, 2012

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crazy trust wrote:

FOLLOW THESE STEPS 1.COVER YOUR MOUTH WITH YOUR HAND 2.WHISPER A WISH INTO YOUR HAND ...
commented: Tue Dec 11, 2012

The Other Plan
I want the wand!!!!!!
commented: Thu Dec 06, 2012

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