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Back in the dark days of 2006, we featured a Lego ice cube maker, which knocked out frozen blocks the shape of lego bricks. Well, now the company has gone one better with the Lego Minifigure ice cube maker.
I think you've guessed how this works and what it does – just add water to the blue tray and in a matter of an hour or so, you'll have your own mini army of Minifigures, ready to pop into a glass, as well as impress your mates.
It's available via the Lego store right now, £3.99 gets you one.
Find out more at the Lego store website
Now I'm just repeating the title given to this by the seller, but I'm pretty sure that something called a JVC 3020GM Videosphere Cube TV should be round?
Not to be confused with the JVC Videosphere space helmet TV we all know and love, this is an altogether more rare set, but every bit as stylish. Of course, the technology is way behind – this is only a black and white solid state set, in need of some work to get it running in the digital age. But the cube design and contrast colours really do make it stand out.
Probably dating to the early 70s and described as being in 'very good condition' by the seller, you can check out more great images of it online. And if you want it? Well, it's just £1 right now.