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  • April 1, 2013
    Pocketbands are rubber bracelets with a small hidden pocket on the inside for storing money, keys, and drugs. They're currently a Kickstarter campaign created by Devin Eisner but have already been funded and the bracelets will go into production this month. Granted they're no ... / Continue →
  • March 22, 2010
    The Magnogrip bracelet is a magnetic bracelet that holds nuts and bolts and screws and other metal bits so they're easily accessible when you're building manly-ass things like dollhouses. You can order the MagnoGrip magnetic wristband at Amazon for $11 (USD); there's also a pi... / Continue →
  • March 8, 2010
    What you're looking at is part of a new line of LEGO Star Wars watches that are dropping April 1st. Which, I know, is April Fools, but these products are real. Some styles are kids-size only but there are some adult sizes as well. $22 for kids, $30 for adults but the adult ... / Continue →
  • March 1, 2010
    The strictly conceptual Aurora Watch was designed by Jihun Yeom and looks like a watch with no face. Actually, it looks like a portal to your arm hair. But when you tap it, oh boy, when you tap it. LASER BEAMS!! There's more of a transparent face with no signs of the hour ... / Continue →
  • January 11, 2010
    This is a video of Jessica Chobot (friend and colleague of yours truly) getting a Triforce tattoo on her wrist during the recent Consumer Electronics Show. Clearly, Jessica knows the way to a geek's heart (ninja sword, straight through the sternum). I got a Triforce tattoo ... / Continue →
  • December 31, 2009
    You want a watch with a flashlight in it? Tape a flashlight to your Seiko. Want a watch with a flashlight in it made by a well-known tool manufacturer? Enter the Stanley LED Torch Watch (suck it, Stanley Calculator/Tape Measure watch!). Of course, I'm holding out for a lase... / Continue →
  • October 20, 2009
    As you already know because you read Geekologie religiously and don't get news from anywhere else (nor should you) Marc Ecko already has a line of Star Wars themed hoodies out. And now he's teaming up with Timex to release a series of Star Wars watches. This post on The Mar... / Continue →
  • October 5, 2009
    This conceptual Alessi laser watch by designer Andy Kurovets projects the time onto your wrist with lasers. Pfft, what's the matter with Indiglo technology? That shit's hot! But if you do opt for lasers, just make sure you buy the right powered battery or that bitch might bu... / Continue →
  • May 19, 2009
    These e-ink timepieces were created by Phosphor Watches and feature patented e-ink technology. What is e-ink? THE INK THAT SITS IN FRONT OF F-INK DURING ROLL CALL! The principal components of electronic ink are millions of tiny microcapsules, about the diameter of a human ha... / Continue →
  • April 16, 2009
    The LED watch was designed by Hironao Tsuboi and appears to just be a metal band. But it's actually hiding a deep, dark secret: it once ran over a bum and didn't stop! Or, LEDs. Push a button, BOOM: the time. Don't push the button, BOOM: no time. Push my buttons, BOOM: fis... / Continue →
  • March 10, 2009
    Remember when I told you I'd make up for my lack of Tokyoflash posts lately? BA-DOW! I am a man of my word. And, as a man of his word (when his fingers aren't crossed), here comes Flash's latest: The Hanko. Sharp black acrylic lenses reminiscent of a Japanese signature sta... / Continue →
  • February 24, 2009
    The LG touchscreen G910 watchphone is both watch and cellphone and is actually being made. The drop will start in Europe with a pricetag of £1,000 / €1,144 and then make its way to the states for somewhere between $1,000 and $1,500. So, you willing to pay a cool grand to b... / Continue →
  • February 3, 2009
    Well folks, Valentine's Day is rapidly approaching, and we all know what that means: sitting home alone, sobbing into the bra you stole from your last girlfriend. Alternatively, going out to the bar with the intention of scoring a lonely lady but getting far too drunk and maki... / Continue →
  • January 20, 2009
    I know what you're thinking, "holy shit, we have a new president!" And also, "damnit Geekologie Writer, hit me the latest in time-telling devices". Well you got it, son. The Kisai Keisan is the latest in Tokyoflash's wrist flasherdashery. If you can add, you can tell what t... / Continue →
  • January 6, 2009
    Tokyoflash's first design of 2009, the R75, is now available, and you have the Geekologie Writer's personal guarantee it will get you laid.* How could it not -- it comes in three different colors, including gold! Like my teeth! It can also tell time in there different modes!... / Continue →
  • December 23, 2008
    The Cabestan Winch Tourbillion Vertical Watch is utterly ridiculous and has 1,352 parts (in comparison, my sundial has two). It's "driven by a 450 link chain and nickel silver drums" and looks like it'll break just putting it on. The base model will set you back $275,000, but... / Continue →
  • December 16, 2008
    I love the way he starts crying for his mommy and slapping the TV like that'll magically make the screen uncrack. Remember: they give you wrist straps for a reason -- they make pretty bracelets! What a Wiimote to the TV Actually Looks Like [gizmodo] Thanks to Julian, who doe... / Continue →
  • December 16, 2008
    What would a week on Geekologie be without another watch from Tokyoflash? A hot day in heaven, that's for sure. Anyway, the Tokyoflash Waku ($130) is the latest from the wily watchateers. Waku's wrist band, uniquely positioned between the frame and LEDs, is designed like a b... / Continue →
  • December 9, 2008
    The Kisai Tenmetsu is the latest in wrist bad-assery available from Tokyoflash. It's a definite departure from a lot of the other designs. Three LEDs positioned beneath each lens allow a transition between LED colors creating a look never before seen. A continuous line runn... / Continue →
  • December 2, 2008
    Another day, another dollar. And also, a sweet new watch from Tokyoflash. The Ni is Tokyoflash's latest wristwear, straight from the streets of Japan (but not the subway -- no groping here folks). Made entirely from stainless steel with a polished finish, Ni features crisp... / Continue →