Prank Your Friends With These Tech Gifts

Have you ever seen a Prank Pack product? They make $8 boxes to put the real gift inside. “Prank Pack fake gift boxes appear to contain ridiculous products from clueless companies. Just pack your real gift inside, sit back and revel in your gift recipient’s half-hearted enthusiasm.”

They have some fun tech boxes to wet the geek in you:


The forearm mount that gives you, well, an extra arm. Just 4.5 lbs and fully adjustable, the iArm lets you take your favorite gadget with you. And with the optional “multi-mount”, you can secure up to three items at once.

It would be fun to pack a gift in this box for a friend that always has their iDevice with them and never takes it out of their hand.


iDrive helps you stay connected to the world around you through your favorite devices – all while operating the vehicles you love! Enjoy a good book on a leisurely motorcycle ride, shoot up killer robots on the way to work, or surf the internet while mountain biking.

Some people are always angry about drivers with their cell phones. It makes me very upset. If you gave a person like that a gift in this box, they may just have a heart attack.


Voted “Largest Gaming Device” by the National Gaming Convention in 2011. Video game lovers will be stumped when they receive a giant, over-sized controller that includes a 5 amp adjustable speed fan with mister, 24″ flexible drink tube to hold the refreshment of their choice, neck strap mounts and many other features.

When I was growing up, my mom always seemed to give me a handheld gaming device instead of the console I actually wanted. You know: the little 8 bit black and white gaming packs you get right next to the checkout line. This box would have sent me over the edge.

Source: Prank Pack

Joshua Howland

Joshua is a mobile application developer, entrepreneur, and technology enthusiast. He is currently building a company that focuses on educational mobile applications: LearnStack. His favorite posts to write compare companies and products. He loves sports and start ups and talks about them (along with tech) on Twitter (@jkhowland) and his blog (

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