Nintendo History Pendants Necklace Controller Plugs and Cord Upcycled
Represent your gaming heritage with this unique pendant necklace showing the history of Nintendo plugs. Made from all authentic recycled game parts this is a look sure to get noticed. The pendants are the controller plugs from all the Nintendo gaming consoles in history that required a controller to be plugged in (NES, SNES, N64, and GameCube). The cord is actual controller cord which is remarkably comfortable and pliable yet very strong and sturdy. The pendants move freely on the cord and can even be taken off and used to accessorize other necklaces if the knot is untied.
The length of the cord is approx 30 inches all the way around and easily fits over the head.
This accessory goes with any outfit.
100% reused materials.
The perfect statement for the retro gamer.
Own a rare piece of Nintendo gaming history.
Q: Why did you destroy all of these perfectly working video games, are you some kind of crazy person?
A: I only use non working video game parts in my creations. If I get a hold of something that works or if I can fix it easily then I will not make art out of it. The crazy part is debatable.
Q: What types of gaming systems/controllers do you use?
A: Nintendo NES, Super Nintendo, N64, Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo Wii and Wii U, Playstation 1, PS2, PS3, PS4, Xbox, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Atari 2600, Sega Genesis, Sega Dreamcast and others. Let me know if you want me to use a system or controllers not mentioned here, I can most likely find it.
Q: Where do you get all of the video games?
A: Rummage sales, auctions, and video game stores who want to get rid of their broken stuff.
Q: Do you ship outside of the US?
A: Yes! Just place your order in the cart and select your location at checkout. Shipping charges will be calculated based on your location and size of the item. Be aware some countries charge import fees upon arrival of the order into the country. 1Up Forge is not responsible for import taxes.
Q: Do you do custom orders?
A: If you have an idea for a build just message me on the contact page. We will discuss your idea and your budget.