Resistor Code Baby Onesie, 4 Color Bands
Brand Well Done Goods
Resistor Code Baby Onesie, 4 Color Bands. Geeky parents: It's never too young to start tinkering with electronics. Your wee kiddo can look just like a tiny resistor! A playsuit like this is just impossible to resist! Shown on aqua - light blue available too.
• Choose from 3 sizes: 6 mo., 12 mo., 18mo.
• 4.5 oz., 100% combed ring spun fine cotton jersey
• Neckband designed for easy dressing
• Double-needle ribbed binding on neck, shoulders, sleeves and leg opening
• Reinforced three snap closure
• Screenprinted with non-toxic waterbased ink
• Wash inside out in cold water, tumble dry low
Looking for this print on a necktie or scarf? Head on over to our sister site at Cyberoptix!
To those who don't know, when seeing this cute creeper in action, it's just a nifty mod-stripe. To those who do, it is some perfect minimalist geekiness. How can you resist...these are irresistible. What is your tolerance?
The electronic color code is used to indicate the values or ratings of electronic components, for resistors, capacitors, inductors, and more. The electronic color code was developed in the early 1920s by the Radio Manufacturers Association. The color bands of the carbon resistors can be three, four, five or, six bands. The first two bands represent first two digits to measure their value in ohms. The third band of a three- or four-banded resistor represents multiplier; a fourth band denotes tolerance.
We print on super high quality, LAT Rabbit Skins creepers. All fabrics, closures and printing inks are safe for your wee spawn and CPSIA compliant. Hand printed in the USA in our Detroit Michigan studio.