Some guy went and made himself a steampunk Bluetooth headset to accentuate his tophat and monocle. The fully functional earpiece is made out of Sculpey clay with watch parts stuck in it. And whether you're a fan of steampunk styling or not, I think we can all agree that I wish I could grow sideburns.
UPDATE: Okay, so it might not be functional after all. Making it, well, un-postworthy. Forget you ever read this.
Steampunk Bluetooth ear piece [slipperybrick]
Thanks to Silver Sided, who loves steampunk but hates steamemo.
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