Star Trek Enterprise Baby Spoon And Light-up Bib [Video]

Posted: Oct 19 2011, 3:23pm CDT | by , in Shopping | Baby Gifts

 

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Star Trek Enterprise Baby Spoon and light-up Bib [Video]

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Meet the Star Trek Light-Up Feeding System from Think Geek.

Gadget Store Think Geek is making it as easy as possible for Star Trek fans to feed porridge. The Star Trek Light-Up Feeding System, with starship spoon and motion sensitive, light-up bib. The spoon is a replica of The Original Series USS Enterprise NCC-1701, captained by James T. Kirk himself. Flashing LEDs on the nacelles keep baby aligned for mess-free docking at the face station, while lights on the bib act like a tractor beam for you.

ThinkGeek says the Star Trek Spoon is for ages 12 months and older. Kids actually start to eat by themselves soon after they are 12 month old, making the Star Trek Light-Up Feeding System just a great gag gift for Trekky parents.

Watch a video below demonstrating the Start Trek baby feeding kit. ThinkGeek sells it for $24.99.

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