For keeping your special itsy bitsy stuff in. The bottoms are sky blue; the tops are clear plastic. They measure 2-1/16” long x 1-3/16" wide x 5/8" deep, with snap-top lids and they’re just as cute as the dickens.
For under four bucks, too. This little nightlight has a ball switch to turn it on, a photocell to keep it off during the day, and a depiction of the solar system (yes, ours!) to project on your ceiling. For upright outlets. Sideways outlets just project a badly distorted solar system on the wall and floor, although some folks prefer that. UL.
These neoprene sleeves are for laptops, tablets, gaming devices and more! Measuring approx. 13” x 9-1/2” x 3/4” (Small) or 16" x 12" x 3/4" (Large) with a zipper across the top half. We’ll pick from a selection of designs in red, blue or black, some with skateboarder-ish “No Fear” images on one side or you may even get the British Union Jack!
It will take a person of some sartorial presence to carry this, but if a man’s (or woman’s) reach does not exceed his (or her) grasp, then what’s a heaven for? (Don’t write to complain--call Robert Browning.) In vinyl, in a take-no-prisoners floral print, this pouch/purse is 6-1/2" x 4-5/8" with a gold-tone retro snap closure. The question is: do you have the confidence to carry it?
We’re music-loving folk here at the surplus capital of America, so we like this high-quality, triangular, olive drab nylon case, originally intended to be a gun case, for toting your ukulele from luau to tiki bar. Padded, measures 22” long x 10” wide at the big end, narrowing to approx 4” at the bottom. Zipper on (3) sides, shoulder strap, outside 5” x 7-1/2” flapped pocket, and myriad slots on both sides. Also good for a junior fiddle, or some flutes and tin whistles.
This panel-mount SPST toggle switch is rated at 125VAC 6A or 250VAC 3A and is prewired with 24” leads. Comes with a mating switch-plate, lock washer and nut. Shaft is 5/32” and housing measures 1/2” x 5/16” x 3/8”.
A house is not a home unless you’ve got a head on the wall, and the best heads are metalheads, or at least metallic polyresin heads. You pick: the silverish gold ram’s head, not unlike a gilded idol or light blue measuring 11-1/2” x 9-1/2” x 11”, named Curly, for his horns; or the copperish elephant head, 13” x 11-1/2” x 9-1/4”, just right for hanging your hat or PJs on his trunk. Both have keyed mounting slots in the back for hanging in your trophy room or bedroom.
Imagine a 4” x 3” x 3/4” thick hunk of black-backed clear acrylic with a hologram of the Starship Enterprise inside, against a background of an anonymous planet, not Earth, with a Star Trek…the Next Generation® logo just below it. Now go click on it, and we’ll beam it to you via USPS, warp-speed.
Before there were digital movies, before you could stream cat videos directly to your brain, there were digital watches. And now, direct from the shoulder-padded 1980s, we bring you digital quartz wristwatches, complete with date/time/second functions on a back-lit LCD screen. In goldtone with expansion bands. From the semi-legendary MERIT company, and check out the prices on eBray. Ours are new-in-the-box, (but needing a little tlc) complete with AG3 batteries that are deader than Warren G. Harding. You pick the (in the ’80s parlance) ladies/kid-size or the men’s version. A great collectible! Add our pack of assorted batteries that includes AG3! Click Here.
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