These are the conceptual Bracelet KEYS designed by Kim Ji Soo, Kim Jeongmin and Chung Boogun. They're bracelets with a key on one end. Not a bad idea. I mean, as long as you can still provide enough torque to twist the thing. For a person like me, it'll never work though. I'll go out, get trashed, come back home, not be able to find my keys (even though they're on my wrist -- probably labeled KEYS in Sharpie), and pass out in front of the apartment door. No lie, one time I came home and couldn't find my keys EVEN THOUGH THEY WERE STILL IN THE DOOR FROM WHEN I LEFT. "You have a problem." Sooooooo many problems.
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Thanks to V, who agrees it's going to take a whole lot of bracelets to carry all the keys a janitor needs. Jealous!
This is the world's first carabiner key. It's a key that's also a teensy carabiner. How can they even make parts that small? Beats me, but you could ask God the same thing about your pecker! HAHA -- BURN, Needlepeen! No word on cost, but they are a real product you can ord... / Continue →
The Sound Advice Project was designed to help parents keep their kids off drugs by giving them a reminder of how much they're loved and how bad drugs are. In this case, it's a bracelet that says, in waveform, something like "you're way too cool for drugs", or, "drugs will make... / Continue →
The LM Technologies LM959 Bluetooth Vibrating Bracelet alerts you to incoming calls by discreetly vibrating. It also vibrates to warn you if you travel further than 5 meters away from your precious phone. It'll charge in 3 hours, last for 100 on a charge, and costs $48. The com... / Continue →