It’s the most romantic time of year depending on who you talk to. Adafruit has a bunch of great gifts that all your maker, hacker, artist, and engineer loved ones will be super excited to receive. Grab a product from the store or make your own gift using one of our tutorials in the Adafruit Learning System!
Solder this baby up and turn that TV off! Valentine’s day is the perfect day to spend time with your loved one away from the boob tube. Let Adafruit help set the mood this year with a TV-B-Gone Kit!
The perfect gift for someone who’s always wanted to see their name in lights. Write up a romantic message for an unforgettable Valentine’s Day gift with our MiniPOV 4 Kit.
Remember that episode of Friends when Ross and Rachel spend a romantic night in the Planetarium? Re-create the magic with The Pinhole Planetarium Kit from Gakken. Nothing beats spending the night beneath the stars with your loved one.
It’s 50 Shades of Red up in here! This punk collar is the perfect gift for your one true (goth) love.
These eye-catching cufflinks will let the wearer stand out of the crowd for sure. Plus if you are trapped in a dark room together you’ll be able to find them easily! For the sophisticated techie nothing beats the iCufflinks.
Valentine’s Day is more than just a date night – it’s an excuse to eat as much chocolate as you want! Try out making these adorable custom chocolate treats from the Adafruit Learning System. YUM.
Light up your valentine’s geeky heart, with our 3dprinted AdaBot card, using LEDs and Bare Conductive Paint.
Wear your heart on your sleeve! Or at least on your lapel. This light-up heart display uses a light-dependent resistor and GEMMA, Adafruit’s tiny wearable electronics platform.
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