There’s still time to give give THE open-source Valentine’s day gift!
There’s still time to give the best open-source Valentine’s day gift! Order before 3pm today (choose overnight/next day UPS – in the USA). And the open-source wearable iNecklace will arrive to that special someone!
NEW PRODUCT – iNecklace Valentine’s day edition. And by “edition” we mean that we include a special laser cut plastic red gel that make the necklace glow a wonderful pink color. All orders for the iNecklace until 2/14/2012 will include this nice add-on for that special someone. Give the gift of open-source hardware, give the gift of pulsating blinky.
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