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SkyMall's legacy of crazy geeky products (pictures)

SkyMall's bankruptcy could leave a gaping hole in the hearts of airplane travelers who lust after nutty items like Bigfoot garden statues and luggage that doubles as a scooter.

12 Images By January 23, 2015


Flying high with SkyMall

The catalog doesn't always feature the newest of the new, but it still provides great sky-high skimming for gadget hounds.

By July 31, 2008


Finally...something interesting in Skymall

The Sony Xperia X1 graces the cover of Skymall.

By February 20, 2009


Stupid cell phone accessories

SkyMall advertises a Wrist Cell Phone Carrier that allows you to carry your cell phone with a wrist strap. Functional maybe, but not so fashionable.

By November 3, 2010


Deal with SkyMall boosts Hilton shares

Shares of Hilton Hotels rise today after the company announces an e-commerce strategy and a partnership with the Phoenix-based firm.

May 31, 2000


Skymall lays off 15 percent of work force

After heavily investing in its Internet operations, the in-flight catalog retailer is letting go 50 employees in an attempt to return to profitability.

By April 26, 2000


SkyMall CEO buys out shareholders

On a day when the NASDAQ hit an all-time high, the in-flight catalog retailer falls 25 percent on news that its CEO bought out three major shareholders at a steep discount.

December 31, 1998


Skymall.com takes off on the Web

Arriving late to the departure gate, the Web unit of in-flight catalog retailer Skymall says it is launching a site aimed at the business traveler.

July 21, 1999


Short Take: iMall adds 14 new stores

Online retailer iMall has made deals to add 14 new stores to pick from on its Stuff.com site. Merchants now available include Toys R Us, Skechers, Music Boulevard, Pet Warehouse, Seattle's Finest Gourmet Coffee, Fitness Zone, Candy Direct, Game Keeper, and OfficeMax. The store plans to soon add SkyMall, OnSale, Rubbermaid, Omaha Steaks, and Netmarket, a division of Cendant. Financial terms of the deals were not disclosed.

January 8, 1999