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Dunhill Biometric Wallet

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on January 30th, 2011

If you’re looking for a wallet that is secure enough for a superhero, look no further. It has a Bluetooth alarm, fingerprint identification, and an unbreakable carbon fiber exterior. Probably made by Wayne Industries too.

The Dunhill Biometric Wallet also has a money clip inside to hold your cash, with room for credit cards. Batman’s cash will now be secure, until he drops this off some bridge while fighting the Joker. This is one tough and secure wallet.

Small Foot Inflatable Snowshoes

Posted in Apparel,Foot Apparel by Conner Flynn on January 26th, 2011

It’s hard when you have to walk in soft snow with your snowboard or skis, but here’s a solution. The Small Foot snowshoes created by Bulgarian company Any Exit have been specially designed with for backcountry snowboarders.

When deflated both snow shoes fit into a small bag with a pump for inflating. Once you inflate them, a set of straps on the snow shoes allows them to be attached to your boots. Great solution and they are very portable.

Stay Puft Marshmallow Man ski mask

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on January 2nd, 2011

Whether robbing a convenience store or just strolling down the street on a winter’s day, you might as well do it in style. Plain black ski masks have been done and putting a pair of nylons on your head is just weird. Be the Staypuft Marshmallow Man instead.

This Stay Puft Marshmallow Man ski mask is just $20. It will make you feel warm and cozy. In some cases it may also make sure that no one can identify you. Who is going to believe that the Staypuft Marshmallow man held up a bank? Not that we condone that behavior.

Lens bracelets are the perfect geek gift

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on November 21st, 2010

So what do you get the geek photographer on your Christmas list? Well, if they like to wear those silicone bracelets that are popular, they will probably like this. These stretchy wristbands are called Lens Bracelets for obvious reasons. They look like camera lens’.

They come in two styles, both black and one has a 50mm marking on it and the other has 24 to 70mm markings. They are one-size-fits-all so you don’t have to worry about sizes. You can get either style for $10 each or both for $15.

SCOTTeVEST Travel Boxers keep your phone close to the family jewels

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on November 15th, 2010

We love our phones. We can’t live without them. But by now most of us know not to keep them next to our privates. Cellphone radiation may not turn people into the Incredible Hulk, but there is still cause to be careful. No one wants a low sperm count or, god forbid, a mutated beast with two heads down there. But apparently SCOTTeVEST doesn’t care about your junk.

Their Travel Boxers come with a little pouch located over your right leg, where it can hold a cell phone, MP3 player or other device. Not a great place for it.

Dream Jammies use an iPhone app to monitor your sleep, shake you awake

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on October 6th, 2010

Forget alarm clocks. Dream Jammies will shake you awake. Alexander Reeder’s technologically enhanced pajamas are connected by a series of wires to an iPhone App that allows you to get shaken awake by someone connected to the other side. No matter how far away they may be.

The Dream Jammies are pretty ugly, but they are fitted with motion sensors that can tell whether the wearer is standing up, laying down or tossing and turning. The information is transmitted to their partner’s iPhone which indicates restful or restlessness via a colorful screen. If one partner shakes their iPhone, it wakes their sleeping partner.

Iron Man 2 Mark V Briefcase Replica

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on September 30th, 2010

If you have to carry a briefcase you may as well do it in style. Every other businessman in the room will know that you are the alpha dog with this briefcase. You are important. You the man. A bright red Iron Man 2 briefcase says that you get things done. You wear armor.

This replica is nice and sturdy with a genuine leather interior. The Tony Stark briefcase is a limited edition item so you might want to hurry and get one. Only $459.99.

Batman iPhone Utility Belt

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on September 29th, 2010

Batman fans who own a mobile phone will love this Batman phone utility belt. It’s a replica of the one used in the latest Dark Knight Batman movie and has two pouches that can be positioned in different locations.

It’s constructed from cow hide leather and only 750 of these belts are being made so you better grab one quick. They’ll cost you $149 direct from UD Replicas. Well worth it since even a Dark Knight needs to carry a phone.

Trek Support Backpack charges your gadgets

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on September 21st, 2010

If you love your gadgets, then chances are good that you travel with many of them. How do you keep them all juiced up? The Trek Support Backpack can help. It’s a checkpoint friendly backpack and comes with a USB hub that can power up to three USB devices at the same time.

Just plug the backpack into a wall outlet and power it up. The backpack can also hold a 15-inch laptop and has a built-in rechargeable battery for some extra juice. Pricing is $150, but it can be pre-ordered now for $130.

iSafe Bags also pack a personal alarm

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on July 25th, 2010

The iSafe Bag will keep you and your belongings safe since it comes with a personal security alarm on the strap that will sound an alarm when pulled, and trigger a flashing light. It’s powered by a pair of 9V batteries and the iSafe Bag can sound the alarm for up to 2 hours if you need it that long.

Or it can be set to an interval mode to preserve battery life. Prices range from $59.99 for a kid’s backpack to $89.98 for a laptop-friendly bag. The company even offers a replacement whenever your current iSafe Bag becomes old and dingy, for a 50% discount.

Back To The Future shoes with power laces

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on July 6th, 2010


One of the coolest clothing gadgets in Back To The Future Part 2 were the shoes with power laces. That movie was made in the 1980s and here we are in 2010. Where is it? Right here.

Almost. As it stands now, the motor is still a bit large and it isn’t quite as quick as the movie version, but hey at least someone out there made it happen.

LimbGear iHood Hoodie with iPhone controls on the sleeve

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on June 28th, 2010

LimbGear’s iHood Interactive Hoodie turns that old campus sweatshirt into something new. It’s available as a pullover or full zip hood sweatshirt. This interactive hoodie will free you of mp3 player wires by integrating music controls right on the sleeve.

The sweatshirt costs about $69 and you’ll need LimbGear’s PANiQ Controller for the sweatshirt to be fully functional with your iPhone or iPod. The PANiQ controller costs another $24.95, making the final package about $100.

Space Invaders messenger bag

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on June 27th, 2010

This Space Invaders messenger bag displays your allegiance to human-kind and tells passers-by that you are not afraid to kill row upon row of aliens to get the high score. Sure, these are not official Space Invaders on this messenger bag, but they look good to me.

This vinyl messenger bag will carry your portable gadgets, maybe a small laptop, or an iPad. And you’ll be displaying your geeky side.

Orange announces boots to charge your gadgets

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on June 7th, 2010

Orange has launched a new accessory. One that won’t be winning any fashion awards anytime soon. I mean look at that pic. Why would you put an ugly pair of boots on such a hot girl? Anyway these boots are designed to charge your mobile phone and are called Orange Power Wellies.

The Orange Power Wellies will give you enough power to charge your phone for one hour after you’ve walked for twelve hours. Your feet will be sore, but at least you’ll have an hour of juice.

Ghostbusters Proton Pack Backpack

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on June 2nd, 2010

Do you have an advanced degree in parapsychology? Do you see spooks, ghosts, ghouls and specters in your home? Walls bleeding ectoplasm? If you have all of these things, but can’t afford a real proton pack, then check out this Proton Pack Backpack.

It’s as close as you’ll get to actually being armed against predators from the other side. It will protect against disembodied mist, headless entities, spirits that only appear on camera and all of the rest for just $40.