July 14 2024

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Star Trek White Noise Sleep Machine

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April 1st would not be complete for Star Trek fans until they see what ThinkGeek has to offer for the day.

And this year, they’ve come up with another product that one wishes was real, the Star Trek White Noise Sleep Machine.

“The Star Trek White Noise Sleep Machine provides the low thrum of a familiar spacecraft exploring some corner of an as-yet-unknown galaxy to gently lull you to sleep,” says the product description on ThinkGeek‘s website. “Use the easy-to-navigate LCARS touch screen display to select a ship or station, whose schematic will pop up in the next window. Rest your head on your pillow and watch the stars race by, projected onto the ceiling. Bask in the light of the glass “warp” tower as you relax to the familiar sounds of the warp core… or whichever sound you choose. You’ll soon discover one craft in particular provides your optimal nighttime environment for maximum relaxation. And there will be no more hitting the snooze bar in the morning with our Red Alert alarm. You’ll wake up refreshed, ready to attack the day. Because today is a good day to — well, do anything, really!”

So feel free to make this one, guys. It’s even better than the spinning Frisbee of years past.

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