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We have a Kickstarter: The Periodic Table Scarf!

We got a sample product in house that got a lot of positive reation: We could have sold the sample a dozen times over, when it was worn it got a lot of notice.  It wasn’t an item we expected: It was a scarf made out as a colorful periodic table:

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It wore well, and looked quite nice. The reaction caught us off guard to be honest.

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The scarf is made of (polyester-based) Satin and was soft, comfortable, colorful, and especially nerdy!

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Thing is: We couldn’t just buy few of these like we do other items. We had to buy a *lot* of them for the order. How could we do this? It was alot of capital to invest and while we were sure we could sell a few of them, could we sell hundreds?

Rather than make a risky investment, we decided to turn to Kickstarter:

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So you can help support bringing this product to our offerings. You can get one of the first ones as a reward (or a bunch if you  like!). If You don’t care for scarves or just don’t wear them you can still support us and get a reward!   The $12 reward will get you a dog tag with your fasvorite element on it (you get to choose!)

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So support our little foray into fashion and back us on Kickstarter!

Our entry at Kickstarter

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Science Jigsaw Puzzles – Part 2 all the other sciences!

In part 1 we covered all the new astronomy jigsaw puzzles we recently added to our product line. But we added more than a bunch of astronomy items. But we added a lot more than just astronomy puzzles. We also added puzzles from lots of other fields of science, such as as this 1,000 piece puzzle of Dinosaurs of the Jurassic Period

In the same dinosaur vein we also are carrying this horizontal (12″ x 36″) 750 piece puzzle of artist Tauro Takino’s print of  Dinosaurs marching towards the viewer:

In the field of chemistry we have two offerings, both of the Periodic Table of the Elements. The first is a classic Periodic Table 1,000 piece puzzle, which makes for an excellent way to learn the properties of the elements.

We also are carrying this attractive Illustrated Periodic Table of the Elements 1,000 piece puzzle.

This puzzle has photos or symbol representations of all the elements.

And for those more medically inclined we have just added this 1,000 piece puzzle of the Human Skeletal System. Each bone is labeled with details of the hands, knees, and joints.

Finally, in more of the realm of politics and geography, we have this excellent 1,000 piece puzzle of the World Map

Pick up some of these great puzzles today, who knows, you might learn a few things while putting them together!

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