Are you a proud geek who also loves the Day of the Dead? Qué bueno! Well, this Day of the Geek LED Skull Badge will be up your alley! This is a DIY soldering kit you’ll need to assemble it yourself, but luckily it’s very easy and very fast, so this is a good kit for beginners. You even get a wide range of LEDs for the eyes so you can make your skull just the way you like it.
You’ll need basic soldering tools, such as an iron, solder, and diagonal cutters. This fun, customizable badge lapel kit includes:
1x Skull PCB
2x Red LEDs
2x Blue LEDs
2x White LEDs
1x CR2032 Battery holder
1x Pin back
Note: This product does not come with 1x CR2032 coin cell battery (to make shipping easier). You can pick up a battery from us or a local hardware store.
Eink, E-paper, Think Ink – Collin shares six segments pondering the unusual low-power display technology that somehow still seems a bit sci-fi – http://adafruit.com/thinkink
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