Because time heals all wounds (even carbonated ones), Coca-Cola released a limited edition set, as part of a partnership with Stranger Things, that includes two 1985-style New Coke cans, plus a classic Coca-Cola bottle and Coke Zero bottle with Stranger Things-inspired labels.
That said, if you want to get a chia plant that better reflects what a teen character from Stranger Things would own in 1985, you’re better served with a Ghostbusters or Gremlins mold (both movies were released in 1984).
Get the Polaroid Originals Instant Color I-type Film Stranger Things Edition on Amazon for $17. 2.
You can get the original camera and film, or, if you’re really feeling the Stranger Things love, a special edition version that has the Polaroid logo upside-down.
Get the Polaroid Originals OneStep2 Stranger Things Edition on Amazon for $109.
Whether you’re an action-figure enthusiast—what ‘80s kid wasn’t? —or just have a soft spot for Stranger Things, you’ll be into FunKo’s depictions of Eleven, Lucas, and Mike.
15 80s-themed items to help you live out your Stranger Things obsession IRL From New Coke to scrunchies, these goods will feed your nostalgia bug.
Reading Rainbow premiered in 1983 (and ran until 2006! ), so it’s likely that the Stranger Things kids or their younger siblings would have caught a few episodes after school—you know, in between battles with the extreme existential terror of the Upside Down.
If you’re not much for frozen waffles, another option is a waffle maker—we tested a bunch, and our favorites are the Breville No-Mess Waffle Maker (which makes thin, crispy waffles and catches excess batter to minimize cleanup) and the Cuisinart Round Classic Waffle Maker (which makes thick, fluffy, diner-style waffles).
Get the FunKo Stranger Things Three Pack on Amazon for $14. 5. An A. V.
Get the New Coke and Stranger Things 1985 Limited Edition Set from the Coke Store for $19.
Netflix just released a new season of Stranger Things, and, with it, the heady scent of hardcore 1980s nostalgia.
From New Coke to scrunchies, these goods will feed your nostalgia bug. https://t.co/lMjRmMm0Df— USA TODAY Tech (@usatodaytech) July 5, 2019
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