Gift Idea: Android collectibles and merch to feed your inner geek



To start the Gift-a-Day Giveaway we have some awesome gift ideas for Android lovers. If you’re a big fan of Android you’ve probably seen or heard about Dead Zebra. They are makers of tons of geek-tastic Android collectibles and accessories. Google also sells a bunch of official Android-related merchandise. Let’s check out some of the best stuff!

Android Foundry Posters, $48

(Shown above) The Android Foundry posters are one of the most popular products Dead Zebra offers. These four posters feature Andy in World War II-inspired poses with geeky slogans.

Mega Android, $70


Nothing says “I love Android” more than a $70 figurine. This giant green robot is 9 3/4-inches tall, 8 1/2-inches wide, and has movable arms.

Android Foundry Stickers, $10


The Android Foundry stickers are a cheap way to show your Android pride and personality. This pack includes 10 fun designs of the Android robot.

Android Foundry Ice Cube Tray, $12


Drink feeling a little warm? That’s because it doesn’t have Android! With this ice-cube tray you can inject your favorite OS into your favorite drinks.

Android Dog Bowl, $16.25

dog bowl

Since dogs don’t have opposable thumbs they can’t use phones, but with this doggie bowl your dog can enjoy Android while eating. That is so fetch.

Android Superhero T-Shirt, $14.45 – $17.25

andy hero

What operating system runs Tony Stark’s Iron Man suit? Android of course. Show how “super” Android is with this fun flying hero t-shirt.

Android Beanie, $9.60


The weather outside is frightful, but this Android beanie is warm and delightful. Show your Android pride and keep your head warm at the same time. It doesn’t get better than that.


Do you own any of these Android collectibles? Will you be gifting any of these items to your friends or family? Enter below for a chance to win one of 20 prizes, including new Nexus devices and smartwatches. Entries for this day will remain open until 11:59 PM (Eastern) on December 21st. Good luck!

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Joe Fedewa
Ever since I flipped open my first phone I've been obsessed with the devices. I've dabbled in other platforms, but Android is where I feel most at home.

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  1. Can’t pin it to Pinterest…says the link may lead to inappropriate content…odd

      1. Works now. Thanks.

  2. Yeah, thanks but no thanks on the entry requirements.

  3. I don’t use FB, Pinterest and Twitter… :(
    Isn’t there something for G+ users?

    1. Unfortunately G+ doesn’t have an API so it’s impossible to integrate this contest with the Rafflecopter system. Google also banned contests from running on G+ … we’ve run them before and they delete contest related posts :(

      We’ll see if there are any other options we can add for future weeks.

      1. What ? But it worked before on so many websites…
        Noooooo … :(

        1. Added G+ (experimental but should work fine)

    2. It’s been added. Good luck fellow G+er ;)

      1. How did you do it? Just a moment ago you said it’s impossible… :)

        1. G+ entries have to be manually verified. That’st all.

          1. I don’t understand, but never mind. You got it fixed.
            Thank you.

  4. It this open to International readers?

    1. I believe they said all regions.

  5. Guess who’s getting a Pinterest??? THIS GUY. For the sake of winsies.

  6. Soo excited for this contest!!! Thanks Phandroid!

  7. Ooooo mega android!

  8. I love my Mega Android. The head also comes off so you can store stuff inside of it.

  9. Have to order an Android Beanie or maybe send it to a family member as a hint.

  10. This is the Android Beanie that I have.

  11. Really hope I win the N6 and/or the Moto360!

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