If you are stuck behind the desk all day long, having a cold beverage on hand is vital. But many office spaces don’t have room for a full sized Westinghouse, so something smaller is needed.

Enter the TARDIS Mini Fridge!  Perfect for the desktop and the Doctor Who fan in your life, the TARDIS Mini Fridge runs off of a USB connection, so as long as the computer is plugged in, this tiny cooler keeps on running.  Sadly, the TARDIS Mini Fridge is not bigger on the inside, so it can only hold a six pack of ones favorite 12-ounce beverages, but let’s be honest, after a six pack of your favorite beer, you’ll think the thing is bigger… plus you’ll get a four day weekend when the boss shows up and discovers your inebriated self.

The TARDIS Mini Fridge is available now, for $79.99.




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  1. When it said “Mini fridge” I thought it might be like mine that I need to get a new one of, one of those that you often see in a dorm, about the size of an average freezer on older fridges (mine can hold a 24 pack of Sprite of ginger ale and still hold a few more items). But this is much smaller.

    Still wouldn’t mind one, though.

  2. It seems rather unfortunate that it is not, in fact, bigger on the inside. But it keeps stuff cool and looks cool as well, and thus improves upon the other knick knacks I have on my desk that don’t keep things cool. Price doesn’t seem to bad either.

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