Jun 22 2009Lookin' Sharp: Klingon Inspired Baby Products

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Want your child to grow up a powerful warrior with a mountain range for a head? Then you're in luck, thanks to this traditional Klingon blade inspired crib! You just place your little tyke in there, occasionally throw a lion in the room for him/her to battle, and six years later, PRESTO, you're arrested for child neglect. Also, you have a pack of hungry lions living in your nursery.

Hit the jump to see a rocking horse and baby rattle of the same style.

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@2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ytCEuuW2_A

sharp indeed


I'd have another kid just to get that!...wait... no I wont, nevermind...

I think a Dumb and Dumber quote is in order...

"Just when I thought you (GW) couldn't possibly be any dumber, you go and do something like this... and totally redeem yourself"

my son would totally rock that rattle

How to kill your baby 101

It looks like the crib could be used to make a nice turkey stew if placed over a fire.

Well, Klingon children are warriors from birth...

It's nice that these things are easy to clean - the rattle is probably even dishwasher-safe. Babies make such a mess.

On the other hand, this stuff is going to scratch the heck out of the hardwood floors in the nursery.


another reason Star Track sucks!

Darth Vader was a bad ass. He didn't have to prove it by sleeping in a sharp metal crib.

that rocking horse... just wow. Fall backwards, impaled in the back, Flung forward, stabbed in the forehead! The ways to die on it are endless!

The rattle is pretty damn cool though. I wonder if it makes noise?

This is a bassinet, not a crib...

What the heck? Klingons? Are they even that cool as a race?
Wait 'til white people see how black people put their kids to sleep, literally. It's a damn shame. And their babies' cribs, you don't wanna know. Just imagine a half-cut keg/barrel with left over cotton and scrap cloths.
Klingon crib... That's not even considered bad-ass. Putting a baby in a pack of wolves? Now that total bad-ass to the power of rad time 500.
Pshhh... Damn Star Trekkers.

the sad part is there's probably some person who'll put an actual child in there

@18. Hopefully they twitter about it in their bathtub first.

this is BS. this company is just using the recent resurgence in popularity of star trek to move their product. it's just a replica of the crib Charles Bronson slept in (til he was 27) re-branded to make some quick cash. unethical and sleazy.


OMFG they're breeding...


This is a complete photoshop job. You can tell its a fake because the shadow's are all wrong.

This is exactly like that scene in the movie Never Back Down where Max got into the guard at the airport who wanted to search him, and ended up comparing him to matthew perry because he was so light skinned.

Remember kids safety first

Looks more dethklok to me.

@Daisy The rocking horse was on display in Walsall art gallery, it is real I've seen it.

I love how trekkies try to make Klingons seem badass. When you see them you automatically reach the assumption that if Geekologie readers (the legions that we are) could totally destroy their planet. With enough time to get home and watch "Burn Notice".

Klingon my ass!
This is where Nathan, Toki, Murderface, and Pickles from Deathklok were born. Its all so clear now.

These items have nothing to do with Klingons. They were created for the Daoist deity Na Zha (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nezha_deity) and the original artist is Chinese (http://www.chambersfineart.com/en/contemp/sjinsong.html)

I don't nescessarily recognize the Klingons in these.It could be anything.

you know i was raised in one of these as a kid and know i save the world from killer alines and robots or was it robotic aliens? mmmmm...

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