By Andrew Liszewski
I tend to only use coasters when the host of a party hovers over me and seems particularly paranoid about their furniture being damaged by my perspiring glass. At home though it’s a whole different story. Except for that pile of unlabeled DVDs I don’t even have coasters. Of course since the only furniture I really care about is the stuff holding up my electronics, I’m not that worried about where glasses get put.
These coasters from ThinkGeek though I might actually consider since they’re made from actual discarded circuitboards and look pretty interesting. A set of six comes in an “attractive tin” and since they’re made from real circuitboards the designs vary from set to set.
The Circuitboard Coasters are available from ThinkGeek for $19.99 but at the time of writing they appear to be sold out.