Dorm Room Devices

No dorm room is complete without these unique additions.

Be On Time, If You Think Fast
Quick! What is 198/66? It’s time for your next class! Distance to the center of the Milky Way (in kpc)? Time to go out! The Pop Quiz Clock will make you and your dormmates double take – and think – when telling time. This 11.5” diameter wall clock is available in both math and science versions for just $26.99 at With a chalkboard feel and painted equations fits into any quirky environment. So keep yourself sharp, and on time.
Keep a Case (and More) Cool
Dorm room fridges inevitably store more than just canned beverages. You’ve got leftovers, milk, water, science projects. Cans however deserve their own space. A good college student always has chilled cans of their favorite drink on the ready. The $139.99 Koolatron 28-can Capacity Fridge, available on Amazon, can keep you chillin’. This lightweight, Coca-Cola themed device conveniently fits on a counter or on the floor. Thermoelectric cooling means no noisy compressor. And with a separate adaptor it can even go in the car. Shelves are removable should the need exist. And an LED readout with front panel controls mean your bevies will always be the temperature you want.
Let’s Whiteboard It 
College becomes the land of roommate communication, group projects and creative artwork. So dorm room should be complete without a whiteboard. Whether small, for leaving messages, or floor-to-ceiling to plan your future multi-million dollar startup a reusable surface is convenient. WhiteyBoard prepares you for whatever your need is with a variety of stick-on whiteboards. Their unique whiteboard sticker means you can apply it anywhere! Walls, doors, floors, ceilings, you name it and WhiteyBoard – founded by guys when they were in college – is there. Small WhiteyBoards start at $9.99 and run over $100, depending on size. So visit WhiteyBoard and find the perfect fit for your room. Don’t want to stick? No problem. Dry Erase paint is also available so you can turn the entire wall into your canvas.

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  1. My son absolutely hates math, so I think I am obligated to send him that clock. Thank you for the great idea! I will probably include that with the care basket I am sending him. The big item is the Nexus 7 tablet; I’m picking that up when I get off from work at DISH, tomorrow. I’m going to download the DISH Remote Access app for him as an additional surprise. With that he can access our Hopper DVR at home for live streaming TV or to stream shows and movies from the DVR. As for that Coke fridge, I think I have a nice spot in my den for that and I think I see a nice space up top for some Jack!

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