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Gamer Charm Necklaces: Wear Your Geek ‘Round Your Neck

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Who says geek fashion accessories are only for guys? These necklaces are perfect for the gamer girl in your life.

Wii-mote Necklace

Created by San Antonio’s NBsCloset, each one of these tech-inspired pendants is custom cut and etched from fiber boards using a (frickin’) laser beam.

NES Zapper Necklace

It seems that NB has a particular affinity towards Nintendo controllers, what with mini necklace versions of the Wii-Mote, the NES Zapper light gun, and the classic (but much maligned) Power Glove controller.

Power Glove necklace

Of course, Nintendo controllers aren’t the only thing you can wear around your neck. If you’re ready to go back to the ’70s, try on this mini Speak & Spell (weird synthesized voice not included).

Speak and Spell Necklace

And if you’re more musically-inclined, how about a classic Casio SK-1 sampling synthesizer.

Or snap some pics with a Polaroid instant camera…

Each iconic necklace measures about 2.25″ at the widest point, and hangs from an 18-inch ball chain. Head on over to NBsCloset Etsy shop to order yours today. (Be sure to check out NB’s wife’s Etsy shop for additional designs)



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