Laser engraving gives clients peace of mind for their property, whether they’re putting their phone number on a laptop, iPod, or beloved sandwich. Laser your lunch with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
$15 for a custom engraving on a pint glass, wooden item, iPod, or iPhone (up to a $35 value)
$29 for a custom graphic engraving on an iPod or iPhone, or a custom engraving on an iPad (up to an $80 value)
$49 for a custom engraving on a laptop (a $120 value)
$49 for a one-on-one consultation and engraving session (a $120 value)
Those opting for consultation can bring in their own items for engraving, or purchase one from the store. Store items include pint and shot glasses, metal business cards, and dog tags ($3–$10).
Ali Mohammad and Nadeem Mazen never got the memo that it was dangerous to play with lasers; they’re willing to carve intricate graphics into almost anything, including the 215 loaves of bread it took to animate the autumnal music video for OK Go’s “Last Leaf.” Now, from their shop—whose sign warns passersby that “it’s the future in here”—they etch equally creative messages and images into the gadgets and gewgaws of their clientele. Laptops, iPhones, and other electronics take on customization, as well as items stocked by the shop itself, from metal business cards to pint glasses and hardwood planks awaiting to become personalized kindling. The showcase demonstrates their expertise with pictures of previous projects, such as a guitar body carved with an elaborate swan and a kitchen knife inscribed with an ominous message.