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    EduGeek Merchandise - A Survey

    Well, for those of you who didn't know, we have moved into a bigger office. One of the reasons for the move is that, due to space restrictions, we simply couldn't organise and run any kind of merchandise operation, but that has all changed now.
    What we now need to know however is what it is you would like to buy from us? Quite a few of you have had lots of freebies over the years, from t-shirts, lanyards, mugs, caps etc. so you know the quality and variety of things we can offer, but what would you like to be able to buy from an EduGeek store?
    So please fill out the poll (you can have multiple choices) and we can get cracking

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dos_Box View Post
    we simply couldn't organise and run any kind of merchandise operation, but that has all changed now.
    Attachment 16139.

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    No poll...but either way Polo and T-shirts! Custom name prints if possible and maybe an option with a massive EduGeek logo on the back

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    We could do custom prints, but it would cost a bit more. I'd have to look into it.

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    A suggestion: ties! I heard you made some a while back, I'd wear an EG tie...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LosOjos View Post
    A suggestion: ties! I heard you made some a while back, I'd wear an EG tie...
    Nylon or silk? (serious question)

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    Mouse mats would be a good one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dos_Box View Post
    Nylon or silk? (serious question)
    I prefer silk, but [If I remember correctly] it pushes the cost up but quite a bit.


    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    Mouse mats would be a good one
    EduGeek Mouse + Keyboard.

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    Thermal mugs make tea taste funny. Proper mugs all the way. Preferably some with PEBCAK or Layer 8 Issue printed on them

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    Usb sticks, posters, small toolkits.... I can think of more! but ill be in the realms of lots of money...

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    Don't use mouse mats anymore

    Would like a request for a few smaller, women's t-shirts with a lower neckline (shut up at the back) and even fitted?

    A long sleeved polo shirt with edugeek on the pocket and "Tech Support" or "IT" or something similar across the back would be absolutely brilliant

    Lidded mugs if not thermal (Health and Safety)

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    Long sleeved polo would be good for me too.

    Mouse mat - might be useful too actually. I have a couple of machines on shiny desks and the optical mice hate them!

    Quote Originally Posted by sonofsanta
    Thermal mugs make tea taste funny. Proper mugs all the way. Preferably some with PEBCAK or Layer 8 Issue printed on them
    Thermal mugs aren't great for taste, but in our school we're not allowed outside the staff room with a hot drink unless we have a mug with a lid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dos_Box View Post
    Nylon or silk? (serious question)
    I prefer silk generally, but if it'd push the price up too much then nylon is fine too

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    Quote Originally Posted by X-13 View Post
    EduGeek Mouse + Keyboard.
    Only if there was a "Panic" button on the keyboard which loads the Edugeek forums...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidIrwin View Post
    Only if there was a "Panic" button on the keyboard which loads the Edugeek forums...
    I saw one of those...

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