For geeky girls with an edgy fashion sense:
Green Resistor Necklace and Earrings $39 are a subtle and sophisticated fashion accent that come packaged in an anti-static bag, and the Cat5 Choker and Bracelet set are an irreverent and bright accessory that elevates network cable as a beautiful statement. They also come in petri dishes–the choker in a large Kirby Bauer and the bracelet in a standard 90mm.
For music nerds and DJ types:
Electronic Music Emergency Adapters $30 gives every electronic musician and DJ a safety net for their performance by providing the common adapters needed for connecting computers and music gear into mixers and the house system.
Kids (and grown-up kids) who love science:
Yes, that’s a gigantic Cold Virus $8.50, a Brain Cell, $8.50 and a Robot $12.50 who looks surprised.
For gamers and retrologists (lovers of retro):
That’s a teeny Pac Man Arcade Game with candy inside $3.50, Mario Candy (well, just his grinning head) also $3.50, and one of our most popular guys, the Super Mario Bros. Mushrooms
Zelle has created a series of limited edition necklace sets for the holiday season. Each of them comes with a Certificate of Authenticity (pictured below). In the top row there’s the Audio Amplifier Filigree Necklace $140 and the 2012 Microcontroller Necklaces (sold separately) $34, and the bottom has Microprocessor Chain Necklace (limited to 4) and Yellow Capacitor Necklace and Earrings.
Zelle started their fuse necklace series with a single fuse pendant on a black cord, and it was popular among men. For women, here’s a necklace and earring set made of fuses. It would make a great gift for any geeky / DIY girl!
All of these come with a Certificate of Authenticity, too–it’s based on the one that came with Windows 95.