Scalers

NECA Scalers Wave 1 In Stores Soon

NECA SCALERS "Wave 1" Arriving in Retail in Two Weeks

SCALERS also to be on display at Toy Fair 2014

February 6, 2014 - Mark your calendars! NECA today announced that SCALERS, their line of licensed "cord accessories", will be arriving in select retailers in the next two weeks. SCALERS are decorative cord and cable accessories in the shape of popular characters, with a patented mechanism that fastens to headphone cords, device cables and more. SCALERS characters are based on popular film and television characters, from the infamous Freddy Krueger, to the incredibly lethal Alien from the movies of the same name. SCALERS are a great way to have fun with earbuds and other cables!

More than 50 licenses will be incorporated into the SCALERS product line, including Pacific Rim, Aliens, Predator, Godzilla, Portal, Friday the 13th and Nightmare on Elm Street.

Each SCALER is a sculpted, hand-painted miniature character model from some of the most widely recognized properties in the world. SCALERS are the coolest accessories your cords will ever want to collect!

NECA's Scalers: Figural Character Cord Clips

NECA Introduces Scalers, New Line of Figural Character Cord Clips

Over 50 Licenses to be Included

Hillside, NJ - October 29, 2013 - National Entertainment Collectibles Association (NECA) today announced SCALERS, a new line of licensed electronics accessories that builds on its established relationships with some of the hottest intellectual properties to bring a brand new concept to the marketplace. SCALERS are decorative cord accessories in the shape of miniature character figures, with a patented mechanism that fastens to headphone cords, device cables and more.

More than 50 licenses will be incorporated into the SCALERS product line, including Pacific Rim, Aliens, Predator, Godzilla, Portal, Friday the 13th and Nightmare on Elm Street.

Each SCALER is a sculpted, hand-painted miniature figure from some of the most widely recognized properties in the world. With SCALERS, consumers can express their own personality while decorating or identifying electronics cords.

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