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Iron Samurai Blue LED Watch

By: on January 24, 2012
$7.90
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As if the opportunity to wear a segmented steel LED-lit wristband that might make people wonder if you're under house arrest isn't reason enough to complete this purchase, the fact that the Iron Samurai also possesses date-and-time-telling powers, and costs less than the second hand of a Rolex knockoff, pretty much crushes any attempt you could make to pass up owning one. The top row of numbers displays the hours and the bottom row minutes. While the watch is not waterproof, it will give the wearer the ability to breathe under water. That's why it's the watch of choice for US Navy SEALS, Olympian Michael Phelps, and the Little Mermaid. Also available in red LED for firefighters, dragon slayers, vampires, and anyone else who doesn't need aqualungs, but could use flame retardant skin.

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Budget Your Time: The 10 Best Men's Watches Under $100

Wearing a watch gives you one less reason to check your phone. Wearing a watch that costs less than $100 gives you one less reason to ask your girlfriend if she could maybe pick up dinner. For the next 6 months. Here...

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Automaton Wall Clocks

$39.90 - $149 from Amazon »

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Tokaido Board Game

$79.95 from Amazon »

In Tokaido, board game designer Antoine Bauza takes his award-winning artwork skills to Japan's East Sea Road. Two to five travelers will journey along the undulating road in hopes of discovery its treasures and natural...

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World's Thinnest Watch

The new name in ultra-thin? It's...no, not the chick who's playing Carrie in the prequel series to Sex and the City. Hint: It's an inanimate object. It's...no, not Nicole Kidman. Mom, stop trying to guess! You're messing...

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Bullet 02 - World's Smallest LED Flashlight

$9.99 from Amazon »

Let's not split hairs over whether or not the Bullet 02 is really the World's Smallest LED Flashlight, when we could have a much more insightful discussion about how the barely-an-inch-long illuminator is waterproof...

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Anti-Kidnapping Watch Band

$20 from Gearward »

Mark Greenman has seen the TIHK and raised it a ceramic razor blade, a 4' Kevlar friction saw, and one trip to the lower hemisphere. In his own words: I designed the A-K Band because I plan on traveling to South America...

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Attack on Titan Super Hard Blade iPhone Case

$38.30 from Strapya World »

It's always interesting when and which Japanese manga and anime cross over into mainstream Western culture. Here it's even more interesting that a piece of Japanese manga/anime has crossed over into real life. And even...

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Piet Hein Eek Tube Watch

$199 - $359 from Amazon »

Dutchman Piet Hein Eek's tube watch began as a tube clock. And Piet Hein Eek's tube clock had even more humble beginnings as a tube and an extrusion ring. Piet turned to extrusion molding to design his clock face. It's...

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F-Cup Cookies

F-Cup Cookies sound like they would be a joke, and they probably are, but for all women with concave chesticular regions and, more importantly, for all the men who have to fondle them, I sure as 2 seconds of motorboating...

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Little Rooster Alarm Clock Vibrator

$79.99 from Amazon »

Oh (face) no, the rooster's crowing (buzzing) already?! Come (yes, please) on! Do I really have to get up (off)? I hear you, ladies. It's a brutal world of mornings, alarms, and orgasms we live in. I'll keep my fingers...

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Recon 6 Utility Watch

$275 - $375 from Recon 6 »

The Recon 6 may be the only useful thing ever to come out of watching reality TV. Tim Ralston created his utility watch following a conversation he had with friends about being stranded on a remote island. A conversation...

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Tesla Watch

$59.99 from ThinkGeek »

Induction motors, X-ray experimentation, the world's first RC boat. Nikola Tesla's contributions to the world were numerous and thrilling during his nearly 6 decades of scientific pursuit in New York. So it's strange...