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Thr33 x deadmau5

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Regular price $90 USD
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Designed in collaboration with legendary electronic music producer deadmau5, this pendant imagines his iconic mau5 head as a piece of cheese inside a hazardous mouse trap. Finished with laser-etched branding, the contrast-tone mau5 head moves freely on its axis.

Materials: Stainless Steel. Comes on a 55cm (22") curb chain. 

+ Lifetime Warranty

Our accessories are made from stainless steel — a metal that does not rust, tarnish, or turn your skin green. Finishes, such as gold, black and gasoline, are created using anodized stainless steel and plated at up to 0.8 microns for maximum durability.

Based on the properties of this metal, all of our accessories are covered by a Lifetime Warranty.

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西隆
01/12/2023
西郷 隆.
Japan
I recommend this product

とても満足です!

ずっとネックレスを付けています。

LC
01/12/2023
Lid C.
United States United States
I recommend this product

Great Necklace!

If you like deadmau5 or even mice in general it’s great to have, made of good material.

KQ
12/26/2022
Karen Q.
Canada Canada
I recommend this product

Present

BF is a huge fan and loved the chain!

ZP
11/18/2022
Zo P.
Taiwan Taiwan
I recommend this product

The Deadmau5 necklace

If the buckle made a little bit bigger, it would be much easier to put on neck. But overall it’s pretty good.

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Engineered staples and contemporary statements.Made for the future with 100% recycled stainless steel.

Steel is the most recycled material on the planet. Each Vitaly piece may therefore contain remnants of machines, skyscrapers or car parts — a cycle that continually influences our design practice.