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There's an air of pre-Xmas excitement today at Cash'n'Carrion.

The Register's merchandising tentacle - now widely regarded as the UK's leading IT t-shirt retailer - is pleased to be able to offer readers some irresistable Yuletide goodies.

The ideal stocking fillers


First up is our sensational Reg Warhol limited edition. This full-colour extravaganza represents the first of our new "art series." Over the coming months we will be offering a lucky few the chance to wear their very own art statement. Numbers are strictly limited, so if you know someone who could benefit from a bit of culture this Xmas, get out the plastic pronto.

Now we come to some new lines from NTK. Such has been the success of the commercial détente between ourselves and our previously bitter, bitter rivals, that we're adding the two shirts pictured above to the range. As you'd expect, both Viral Marketing and fsck /linux are top-notch offerings from the masters of mirth.

Moving swifly on, we'd like to announce a new departure for Cash'n'Carrion. If you're looking for a stocking filler for that busy executive-on-the-move, why not consider this ingenious Nokia phone charger?

A top idea for people on the move


It's all pretty simple really - you can keep your phone charged up at all times by plugging in a PP3 9V battery. The charger costs just £6.95 inc VAT. A very bright idea at a bargain price.

Finally, some important information for those wanting to buy Reg kit for delivery before Xmas. The deadlines for orders are as follows:

  • UK - 19 December
  • Europe - 10 December
  • Rest of World - 5 December

We cannot guarantee delivery before Xmas on orders placed after midnight GMT on these dates, and we advise that you get your requests in as soon as possible. Do it right now at

Cash'n'Carrion

. Merry Xmas.



Direct links to products

The handy Nokia phone charger can be yours here.
All of our current Limited Editions can be yours here.
Why not treat yourself to an NTK shirt here?

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