a set of six white sushi plates with black equations across them
A white sushi plate with black equations on it

Up All Night 2021 - Sushi Plates Set (Sold Out)

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An adorably nerdy set of six sushi plates featuring an array of scientific and mathematical equations perfectly inspired by The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood.

A set of six melamine plates. Shatterproof, scratch and chip resistant plates made of high quality material; made of 100% Melamine (no fillers used!) BPA-free, great for outdoor activity, camping, picnic, party, RV, etc. DO NOT for use in microwave. Top-rack dishwasher ONLY.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews

Such cute little plates! Can’t wait to use them!


I love these little plates. Good for snacks and deserts. And the nerds in your world.

Super cute, but...

inaccurate. I gave these to my sister who's a math major/nerd, she thinks they're adorable and loves them...but laughed and said everything on them is gibberish.


The plates were exactly what I wanted

Rashmi Mody
Love it!

I loved these plates so much that I ordered another set! It’s perfect for appetizers!

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