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Star Trek transporter shower set

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Showers. The final frontier. At least, they can be now.

The daily ablutions of Trekkies are set to become a little more prosperous thanks to this Star Trek transporter room bath mat and shower curtain set. Available from ThinkGeek, bathrooms can be transformed (sort of) into the set of Star Trek: The Original Series.

It's a lot less expensive than giving the bathroom a full Trek redesign - and won't threaten your property value as much.

Sound effects not included, but we fully recommend making them yourself. One to beam up...

(Images: ThinkGeek)

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