ThinkGeek – LED Jellyfish Mood Lamp & Mini Donut Factory Review

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This is part two of my ThinkGeek Reviews, you can read my first review for great Stocking Stuffer ideas! But ThinkGeek not only has great Stocking Stuffers, they also have some of the most amazing gifts you’ll ever find! That’s not exaggerating either, check out some of these amazing gifts in their categories!

Gifts for Him: 


Gifts for Moms:

Gifts for Kids:
LED Jellyfish Mood Lamp
I was given the chance to review two great gifts for this Holiday Season. The first was a LED Jellyfish Mood Lamp. It actually looks incredibly better than the photos in a very memorizing way. It’s very easy to put together. You wash out the container and apply the peel & stick black backing, fill water to the line and then add the Jellyfish by pitching them closed so they won’t have air bubbles (which cause them to stay on top). The Jellyfish look very real, I’ve been stung by them a few times so I know what they look like! They rise and fall, swimming in the water as it fades from one color to the next. You can have it stick to one color, but having it fade between them is beautiful. My teen has this lamp in his room next to his bed and he watches it as he falls asleep. It’s the perfect nightlight and is very decorative!
Mini Donut Factory
The next great gift item I reviewed was The Mini Donut Factory. What an amazing gift for families! The morning after we received it I wiped it down and with a recipe that came with it, I made tons of Mini Donuts! My kids love donuts, my tot is obsessed with them. He can be in the deepest sleep imaginable and all you have to say is, “Donut?” And he’s up and running to the kitchen!
The Mini Donut Factory is really very simple to use. It makes perfect Mini Donuts, extremely easy to wipe clean and there wasn’t even a mess on the machine itself, just dishes! This would be a great gift for the Holiday mornings when you want something quick and fast! This video shows how to use The Mini Donut Factory!

I can’t express my undeniable love for ThinkGeek. It’s really fun to get their magazine and see all the new neat things that they put out. It’s one of my teens favorite things to do, mark everything he wants in the ThinkGeek Magazine. Usually there are little arrows that are always pointing to the Star Wars Force FX LightSabers.
Take some time and create your own Wishlist on Thinkgeek and watch the fun videos with your family. And if you are thinking of picking up a gift for the Holidays, don’t forget the Gift Wrap
Connect: You can connect with Thinkgeek on their Facebook Page and/or @ThinkGeek on Twitter. You can also see many of their cool toys and gadgets on their Youtube Channel!
Purchase: You can buy the LED Jellyfish Mood Lamp for $29.99 and The Mini Donut Factory for $19.99. 
{Giveaway Closed}

I received samples for the purpose of reviewing. Opinions are my own and/or my families and are not influenced by any form of compensation. 


  1. I’d love a Star Wars jump drive!

  2. I love the Star Trek creepers for baies,perfect for my brother and niece!

  3. I want a Firefly “Curse Your Inevitable Betrayal” shirt!

  4. I have my eye on the Freeloader Portable Solar Charger
    bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

  5. I love the Doodle and Draw from Across the Room

  6. My son really wants one of those R/C air fish

  7. Maegan Morin says:

    I think the electronic butterfly in a jar is really cool

    megnate at telus dot net

  8. Wild N Mild $$$ says:

    I like the electronic rock guitar shirt.

    Jennifer Rote
    wildnmild4u (at) yahoo (dot) com

  9. Jessica B. says:

    Air Swimmers Flying sealife would be cool.

  10. melissa williams says:

    my daughter would love the butterfly in a jar.

  11. I love the Lego Robo Champ Game

  12. I like the Multi-Color LED Lightbulb w/Remote.

    Andrea D.

  13. I would definitely love Nintendo Monopoly!

  14. ThinkGeek always has too many neat items! I also like the Doctor Who Dalek Projection Clock.

  15. My daughter could use a stuffed Narwahl

  16. bill campbell says:

    I like the Skullhub usb. thx

  17. SnowflakeDay (Audra) says:

    I also like the Tauntaun Sleeping Bag. That thing cracks me up! I want it.

    Snowflake Day Play at gmail dot com

  18. I like the Pivot Power Power Strip

  19. TwoPeasInAPodOneDayAtATime says:

    i want some lego mini figures
    taylormarves at gmail dot com

  20. My teenage son is always “accidentally” leaving ThinkGeek up on my computer! The only item on his Christmas list besides money is the BuckyBalls Magnetic Building Spheres from ThinkGeek!

  21. I want the nom nom nom lunch bag!


  22. colorflame birthday candles

  23. Definitely the doughnut maker and maybe the corndog maker.
    jandplee at att dot net

    This is my teenagers favorite website! I would love to have the USB super 16 port hub (even though it is out of stock right now).

    Beth H

  25. Bacon scented air freshener for my husband! ahaha! Thanks!
    Kim O’Hanlon

  26. So many cool things! I know my son would love the Electronic Rock Guitar Shirt. Thanks!

  27. sarah shult says:

    I would love to try the Whiskey Stones

  28. Perfect Vision says:

    The “Team Neville” tshirt! love!

  29. I like the Robots t-shirt.

    rebecca.nvcl (at)

  30. shirley fin says:

    retro cell phone handset

    abile27 at yahoo dot com

  31. The Tiny USB Car Power Adapter would be awesome to have – very useful!

  32. lightsaber chopsticks!

  33. Hi! 🙂 The Darth Vader cookie jar for me!! 🙂


  34. Maggie Neilson- I like the fake butterflies in a jar and the mind-flex game.

  35. Carrie Phelps says:

    My grandsons would love the Raptor Kids’ Hoodies.

  36. Veronica G says:

    I love the 8-bit Holiday Wreath, so cute!

  37. I would love the Dr. Who talking TARDIS Cookie Jar.

    Jennelle S

  38. gerri_bolen[at]msn[dot]com says:

    The Zombie Protest hoodie for my nephew would be awesome


  39. I would love the OmNom plushy!

  40. There are a lot of things I want, like the mushroom growing kit, the corn dog machine and grow your own sweet leaf.

  41. elizabeth p says:

    I want the color changing light bulb with remote and a plasma ball. I could shop for days at this site. I am queenesperfect at

  42. I would love to have an Otamatone

    Jessica Rose
    ijessica_r at yahoo dot com

  43. I love watching jelly fish float!

  44. I would like to have the Giant Foam Polyhedral Dice. They would be a great addition to an elementary school teacher’s classroom for educational math games!

  45. Lori Thomas says:

    I`d like the Hermione’s Time Turner

  46. bridget3420 says:

    I like the knife fridge magnet

  47. the butterfly in the jar i think this would be a perfect gift for my cat

  48. KosherPickle says:

    Grab-It Pack Gadget Holster

  49. Oh wow! I love the Blue Canary in the Outlet by the Light Switch!

    davandihamilton (at) gmail (dot) com

  50. electric rock guitar t shirt

  51. I would love to get my husband the Star Trek pizza cutter.
    amandarwest atgmaildotcom

  52. orangefukurou says:

    I would love to have the 8-Bit Dynamic Life Shirt
    tomokofive at gmail dot com

  53. I would love the LEGO UFO Abduction set! Thanks for the chance to win!
    mrsmchappell at gmail dot com

  54. I like their ABC mad scientist blocks!
    hungrymonkey09 at gmail dot com

  55. I like the fun Illuminated JetBib Feeding System! tylerpants(at)

  56. I’d love the Glow in the Dark Zombie mug

  57. my son wants bucky balls
    trixie420247 at yahoo dot com

  58. sueparks2003 says:

    The Bag of Holding Messenger Bag
    sps1113 at yahoo dot com

  59. lmurley2000 says:

    i like the grip it ultimate organizer

  60. angie lilly says:

    I would love love love to have the Galactic, huggable friends Chewbacca with trademark Wookiee growl: SUPER HUGE 24″!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    14earth at gmail dot com

  61. Hahahah I’d totally love the Star Wars Plush w/ sound of Chewy..the deluxe version..too dang! 🙂 Thanks for the chance!
    ~Mippy 🙂

  62. tubbytelly at gmail dot com says:

    tetris link

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