If you are unable to locate Romulan ale or bottled prune juice (“A warrior’s drink.” – Worf), you can enjoy your favorite craft brew or a fancy root beer with the help of this Star Trek: The Next Generation bottle opener. Shaped like the Enterprise NCC-1701-D, this bottle opener promises that when you open any bottle it will make sound effects such as the warp engine sound, the Enterprise doors, and the Red Alert klaxon.

Small enough to fit in your pocket, with the saucer section you’ll have a Star Trek-themed bottle opener ready at all times, including at your favorite Star Trek con. It’s also a must-have for your own Ten Forward.

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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.

Rick and Morty Portal Watch

Yeah. We don’t know either. However, you should know that Rick and Morty appear to have opened a portal on your wrist. And they seem to be stuck in it, as if someone’s frozen time in the middle of them jumping. However, in your dimension time is clearly moving – you can watch it on this watch while you watch Rick and Morty swirl around endlessly.