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Star Trek and a Wacom tablet: Here’s what’s on sale on Amazon today

Star Trek II: Wrath Of Khan

In an effort to both serve our readers and help support The A.V. Club, we are going to post daily links to deals and interesting items that we find over on Amazon. If you use these links to click through and buy something—not just the thing you clicked—on Amazon, we will see a portion of that income. You don’t have to do that if you don’t want to, but if you do, know that we appreciate it.

Aliens 30th-anniversary Blu-ray ($14.99)


This set includes both the theatrical cut of the movie and the extended version, as well as a bunch of cool prints and comic art.

Star Trek: Stardate Collection ($49.99)

This collection includes all 10 pre-’00s Star Trek movies, from Star Trek: The Motion Picture to Star Trek X: Nemesis. You also get storyboards, exclusive interviews, deleted scenes, and more.

EZ Drinker can vest ($12.97)


For just under $13, you can buy a vest that lets you strap a full 12-pack of beers to your chest.

Two pack of mini yard flamingos ($11.23)


At about a foot tall, these are smaller than your average yard flamingos. Use them for your houseplants instead.

Wacom Intuous Art Pen and Touch graphics tablet ($74.88)


Any serious and computer-savvy artist needs one of these.

iHome clock radio with iPhone dock ($50.84)


This clock allows you to wake up to your iPhone, meaning you can listen to WTF With Marc Maron first thing every day.

3DR quadcopter bundle ($599.00)


$600 might seem like a lot to spend, but for a drone, it’s really not that much.

Electrohome turntable, CD player, radio, and stereo ($127.96)


If you’re in the market for an old-timey-looking stereo, this might be the best bet. It spins records and lets you record them as MP3s. It also plays CDs, gets a radio signal, and has an aux jack for your MP3 player. It’s even got a headphone jack, if you’re into private listening.

Kids’ play shopping cart with groceries ($22.29)


What little kid doesn’t love playing grocery store?

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