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    Default nScale.net Merchandise

    We now have an official merchandise store.

    At this point, we have an assortment of T-shirts, Polos, Tank tops, Hoodies, and other apparel, including a Cap.
    We have a Mug, Magnet, and Buttons, including a "Member" Button to wear to shows.

    We will be adding other items as time goes on.

    All proceeds from the sale of these items go to support this site.
    There is a link to our Merchandise Store under the nScale General category.
    Bryan
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    Very cool idea. I saw that Atlas forums had a special pin for their members to wear at shows.
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    Very nice site, i will have to order a magnet, shirt.



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    Thanks for the heads-up Bryan. I've ordered some stuff; Mugs(2), hats(2), t-shirts(3 womens, 1 mans), Large and small buttons, and a magnet.

    Will you be expanding the selection? To include pet (Cat - Dog) related nScale stuff.

    This is a Terrific idea.

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    That is awesome you came out with merchendise for members ..I see that some of the shirts come in 3x , but how big do they run ..I see that they are a standard fit and that is all well and good ..Some shirt manufacturers give measurments from arm pit to arm pit ..Across the chest .. I have a bit of a beer gut from living in germany during high school and need Big mans shirts ...Just curious ....
    Mostly Kato stuff with a few atlas locos thrown in ...

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    Just placed my order for a Golf Shirt. N Scale Convention is coming up; gotta Represent

    Locos got to be looking right and so do I

    Thanks Bryan

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    Quote Originally Posted by roverich View Post
    That is awesome you came out with merchendise for members ..I see that some of the shirts come in 3x , but how big do they run ..I see that they are a standard fit and that is all well and good ..Some shirt manufacturers give measurments from arm pit to arm pit ..Across the chest .. I have a bit of a beer gut from living in germany during high school and need Big mans shirts ...Just curious ....
    I know the "gut" scenario... had one of those (all paid for)
    From past experience, the fit of the L and XL products are as one would expect (not small or large for size).
    Here is their sizing chart.
    Sorry I can't give more detail on fit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 69Z28 View Post
    Will you be expanding the selection? To include pet (Cat - Dog) related nScale stuff.
    Yes we will be adding items as time goes by.

    I don't know if this helps, but I just added a large and small pet bowl, and a dog T-shirt.
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    Here's one for all you DCC'ers out there.

    A 5"x3" Sticker that contains 12 "DCC Equipped" labels.
    (Available in singles or 10 Pk)

    Space to write who installed the decoder, decoder type, and Loco Address.
    Fill out, cut and stick to the back of the locos case.
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    How about an nScale.net silver pocket watch and chain?
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    Very cool,and now once you come out with the Nscale.net car you have a place to sale them from

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    Oh yeah, it'd be neat to have some rolling stock with the nscale.net logo on them! really represent the forum!

    Kinda like the Wisconsin and Southern does for the Model Railroader magazine in real life!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 69Z28 View Post
    How about an nScale.net silver pocket watch and chain?
    See ya
    Ron
    A wall Clock is coming...
    Should we add a dog chain? you would just need some BIG pockets
    Bryan
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    Quote Originally Posted by nmanica View Post
    Very cool,and now once you come out with the Nscale.net car you have a place to sale them from

    Larry
    Sadly, there is only limited variety of Merch items available through this site...
    Custom items like our car will be handled separately.
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    Hurray for big boy sizes!!! You have no idea how hard it is to find 4X. Perhaps I should just try to lose weight for them little sizes eh? hehe.

    I'll be ordering a few things. THanks for doing this!

    ~Sean

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    Just added; a 10" Wall clock.
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    Just ordered the wall clock without the chain

    See ya
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    Boxcars and covered hoppers with Nscale.net logo on it would be awesome!
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    Great!! I have ordered a large mug and look forward to enjoying a beverage by the layout.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan View Post
    Here's one for all you DCC'ers out there.

    A 5"x3" Sticker that contains 12 "DCC Equipped" labels.
    (Available in singles or 10 Pk)

    Space to write who installed the decoder, decoder type, and Loco Address.
    Fill out, cut and stick to the back of the locos case.
    Good idea Bryan, that would also work well when taking your locos to the Club. Easy marker for ID. Just attach to jewel case and your set
    Looks like you don't have to twist my arm on that one

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