Fans of all thing retro can now keep an eye at the current date and time and do their mathematics home works using this old school style calculator watch.
The line of Kisai aluminum LED watches from the Japanese Tokyoflash company has just been upgraded with yet another unique timepiece with a futuristic appearance.
The Breo sports watch is waterproof to 10 metres and comes with a “permanently affixed natural rubber band made with the naturally occurring mineral Tourmaline”.
The tiny Ikimono plastic camera, measuring only 1.75(W) x 1.75(H) x 1.5(D) inches, is small enough to hang on a keychain and it features a little cartoon animal on the front.
sWaP is an analog cell phone watch that actually looks like something you could wear without feeling like a complete moron. Here you will get a watch with phone capabilities, not a cell phone with a strap attached to it.
Looking for another fun and geeky accessory to go with that bling bling Human Skull USB Drive from last week? This belt buckle, featuring a built-in MP3/MP4 player with FM radio and a LED light module, might be just the ticket.
Fire – a streamlined, lightweight watch equipped with multicolored LEDs – is the latest addition to the steadily growing stream of hard-to-read timepieces from Tokyoflash.
This multimedia backpack from the professional outfitter Kata allows you to carry your precious gadgets “as safely, protected, and comfortably as the professionals do.”
It seems that having one of those multimedia Bluetooth cell phone watches that covers 83% of your lower arm simply isn’t enough for some – they need it gold plated too.
The Swedish-sounding startup Gunnar Optiks is a San Diego-based technology company that develops eyewear to help reduce the side effects of looking at a computer screen or digital hand-held devices for extended periods of time. i-AMP Lens Technology gives you better performance and a visual […]
This 1-LED light is safely attached to a black aluminum snap hook and features three light modes: Bright Light, Dim Light and Flashing Light.
I’m not sure how many keychains have been covered here at GeekAlerts, but if could only choose one, it would be this beautiful piece of art.
The Japanese watch importer Tokyoflash has today announced some new stylish unisex analog timepieces in their popular Nekura series. There are five new models. All designs feature a custom engraved, self-adjustable wristband seamlessly engineered from brushed stainless steel, a slimline polished silver case, are […]
XKD, the company behind the remote control watches, has now released an environmental friendly watch that is completely solar powered. Solar Powered Watch Powered and charged by solar energy Display month, day, week Stop watch mode Alarm mode Timing setting mode: 12/24 hour format EL […]
Now you can get a cool looking belt buckle, shaped like everyone’s favorite astromech droid, to go with that fun R2-D2 Costume T-shirt.
BeauJangles, the Dubai-based British silver jeweler behind the cool Space Invaders cufflinks, has now made a pair of awesome Pac-Man cufflinks.
Someone mentioned that the 10 Beautiful Geek Cufflinks post was covered in a French magazine today, so what better way to celebrate this than posting a news entry about this lovely pair of USB cufflinks?
When a package with a content like this arrives at the GeekAlerts office, as it did the other day, you truly feel that you can live up to the name of your blog.