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 company sent me one to test out and I've got to say, it's not as good as having your cell phone vibrate in your pocket. Because it doesn't give you a boner, and I like boners. Just my own though, not the one on the guy standing behind me in line at McDonalds. His makes me nervous.
Bluetooth bracelet makes sure you feel incoming calls [dvice]
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. ... / Continue →
Inb4 why do all patent drawings look like something out of a 70's science textbook?
Nokia recently filed a patent for the technology that will allow a user to be alerted to an incoming call/text message/email via vibrating tattoo. Because God forbid you have to rely on your a... / Continue →
This is Tokyoflash's latest exclusive design, the Kisai Escape C. What the hell is a Kisai Escape C? CHILL OUT I'M ABOUT TO TELL YOU COPY/PASTE THE PRODUCT INFO, SON!
Escape C is a wireless hub that can be paired with your cell phone to make and receive calls hands free and ... / Continue →