Get your own Flux Capacitor
When movie trilogies come to my mind, the first will always be Star Wars, followed by Lord of the Rings and Back to the Future coming in at a close third. Why these three? I guess I’ve always wanted to be a Jedi wizard with a kick-ass time machine. While I have books and memorabilia from the first two, I’ve got nothing from Back to the Future. Really, the only cool thing to get would be a DeLorean. Unfortunately, a DMC-12 DeLorean will set you back a hefty sum, so I’d settle for my own flux capacitor.
This particular piece of scientific greatness was developed by one Dr. Emmett Brown. It requires 1.21 jigowatts of power to run, so you’ll need to get your DeLorean up to 88 MPH before it will work. Once you hit the appropriate speed, you will be transported through space and time to arrive at your pre-programmed destination.
Sadly, Doc Brown is only a character from a movie, and thus this is only a prop replica. It measures sixteen inches tall by twelve inches wide. The lighting is masterfully recreated to be as authentic as possible, which includes adjustable power settings. This cool replica can be had starting on April 30, 2008 for $275. You can pre-order it until the end of the year with a $55 discount.