Free PCB Store restock: Dangerous Prototypes Stickers

Posted on Monday, January 27th, 2014 in Free PCBs by DP


Dangerous Prototypes stickers are available now in the free PCB drawer.  You asked for them, you got them. Stickers for your laptop, soldering station, or workshop table. Give them away to friends and decorate your hackerspace.

Each coupon code gets you 14 stickers!

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10 Responses to “Free PCB Store restock: Dangerous Prototypes Stickers”

  1. Greg Fenton says:

    Can I have some for my local Makerspace? :)

    I have really missed these, they look great :)

  2. Brent says:

    Oh please can I have a coupon!

  3. hli says:

    So when I send in a photo of all 14 stickers placed to somewhere in my lab, will I get a new code? Or do I need to make a PCB out of them?

  4. Danijel says:

    Totally ordered one :D

  5. Thanks ordered mine :)

    How do I delete an old address in the shop section of the site?

  6. Geoff says:

    Any chance you could put these up in the Seeed store too? DP needs merch.

  7. Eli Duenisch says:

    Hi, is it possible to order some of your cool ‘dangerous prototyles warning’ stickers (I live in Germany)?

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