We’ve got two more limited edition enamel pins in the store! We won’t have these pins for long, so once they’re gone, that’s it! Get yours today!
First up, AdaBot!
AdaBot, the friendly, curious, big-hearted robot friend everyone should have. We’ve featured AdaBot on a lunchbox, a poster, PCB coasters, we can’t get enough!
Now we’ve even got a Limited Edition Enamel Pin! Just a little bigger than a US quarter, this is a lovely minimalist, black and white pin. We love the recessed detail of AdaBot’s lighting bolt. Just stick the backing with the butterfly clasp, and you’re set!
And next, Boomy!
It’s Boomy! The last time we fell in love with such an iconic boombox it was hoisted high in the air by dreamy John Cusack.
Boomy the BoomBox will be your best bud when you’re making your project dance or turning the Internet of Things into the Internet of Tunes!
This limited edition enamel pin is solidly constructed with two butterfly clasps. Like our AdaBot pin, Boomy also has a cool lightning bolt detail.
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