It's been a year since Sky Mall magazine filed for bankruptcy. Here's what the catalog has been up to since then and what you can still buy from it.
A garden Yeti, a voice activated Star Wars R2-D2, and a Skel-O-Gnome couldn't save Sky Mall magazine from filing for bankruptcy in January 2015.
Typically found on Delta, United Airlines, American Airlines, and Southwest Airlines, browsing through the catalog was an entertaining way to kill time while flying.
But after 25 years, people were looking and not buying.
The increased use of electronic devices might also have led to fewer people browsing the catalog on planes, according to the Wall Street Journal.
SkyMall was known for its bizarre and wacky products, hasn't been seen on airlines over the past year, but it may be returning sooner than we think.
C&A Marketing purchased the company's assets in April 2015, and now the catalogue is slowly creeping back into seatback pockets of airlines as a slimmer version.
Sky Mall is now a fully operating online shopping catalogue and it's staying true to its quirky characteristics from its iconic magazine. Here are some items it is selling.
Not just for Halloween, but everyday use — a toddler biker vest, plus tatted sleeve t-shirt for $27.00.
Forget treadmill desks. Sky Mall sells a "Fitdesk" for $249.99 that allows you to pedal, use resistance arm bands and surf the web at the same time for maximum fitness and work efficiency.
Your cat deserves to be pampered. How about a kitty cat drinking fountain, priced at $79.99, so that your cat doesn't have to hunch over while taking a sip of water.