Time means nothing when you’re raiding that last dungeon. Well, it means nothing to *you*, unless you’re on a speedrun. For some reason bosses and parents are still sticklers for timeliness. So if you’re more likely to check your life bar than your watch, we have the solution: now you can wear your vitality right on your arm with this ThinkGeek exclusive watch, styled like a retro video game health meter! Three 8-bit inspired metal hearts, which can be repositioned along the watchband, surround the larger watch face heart. The bad news is: your health is already down a heart and a half. The good news? You’ve totally run a level on less!

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Legend of Zelda Molded Rolling Pin

The design of this rolling pin has been passed down through the generations, just like Grandma’s infamous cookie recipes. (The secret? Risking a few stings to get the best Courser Bee Honey, of course!) Once you’ve mixed up the dough for Grandma’s cookies, roll it out with this embossing rolling pin to get the Wingcrest all over it.

Fallout Shower Curtain

The wastelands are not exactly a scenic vacation resort. There is a lot out there that you’ll end up running from, and you don’t want to end up sweaty and gross all the time. That’s why having a safe Vault-Tec vault to come home to at the end of a long day of foraging is so refreshing. You can take a long shower and just relax and let the stress and the rads wash away.

Visions of the Future: Microplush Throw Grand Tour

Once every 175 years the outer planets of our solar system (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune) line up just so – in a way that allows us to use each planet’s gravity to travel to the next. And that’s just what the Voyager mission did, in the process obtaining some spectacular views of the outer planets in the process.