Ribbon Cable Belt — Gray
You void warranties. You wield your soldering iron like a ninja. You swoop in to save the day by turning it off and back on again. You script like a boss.
It's time to be out and proud about your geekiness. Pants may be overrated, but when they're not optional what better way to hold them up than with upcycled technology?
The belt has been crafted from 1.25" wide ribbon cables and is available in either rainbow or gray. Care: if the belt becomes dirty or oily and the buckle does not grip the cable firmly, soap and water should fix it right up.
Keep your britches where they belong (ahem) while broadcasting your almighty computer geekiness to the world with this epic accessory.
Small: 34" (fits waists up to 32")
Medium: 42" (fits waists up to 40")
Large: 50" (fits waists up to 48")
Standard shipping for all U.S. orders is free! Need your geekery in a hurry? Add expedited shipping to your cart before checking out.
International customers: please be aware that your postal service may impose additional fees on shipments that are beyond our control - the U.K. is particularly notorious for this. You are encouraged to check with your postal service before placing an order.
What makes Techcycled special?
We know geeks. We are geeks. Pieces are designed by an artistic engineer and a fashionista scientist and are ready for gifting with a small resistor-bound booklet telling the unique story behind each. All pieces are hand-crafted in the U.S. and are guaranteed to be of the highest quality.
How do you find the perfect gift for a discerning geek? You ask a discerning geek. You're in the right place.
Techcycled geekery includes:
- Computer jewelry
- Circuit board cufflinks
- PCB tie tacks and tie bars
- Motherboard chip necklaces
- Resistor earrings
- Lucky Capacitor charms
- Rainbow ribbon cable belts
- LED bracelets
- Electronics accessories
- Geeky wedding jewelry sets
- Cuff links for groomsmen
- Recycled circuitboard rings
- Unique gifts for men and women
- Geekery for engineers
- Accessories for geeks, by geeks