Dead Zebra releasing limited edition Android ornaments

Dead Zebra releasing limited edition Android ornaments

Expected to sell out quickly, the ornaments go on sale December 10 at 11AM EST

The gang over at Dead Zebra have something really cool to help decorate your home or office this holiday season. Indeed, those guys are set to release limited edition Ornamental Android figurines. Okay, so not just figurines…but actual ornaments that look gorgeous in a tree.

Available in blue and red matte metallic finishes with silver glitter accents, these guys are going to be sold at $10 a piece tomorrow, December 10. Although quantities will be limited to 2 pieces per customer, you’ll want to be ready to purchase at 11AM EST and 11PM EST. We’re fairly certain that both colors will sell through in no time at all.


A 10-piece “Tree Pack” will also be sold for $90 and include five red and five blue ornaments. Shipping is expected to begin at the end of the week and through the week after.

Should you not get your hands on one of these ornamental Androids you may wish to consider picking up a Series 04 collectible.

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