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Mouse Belt Buckles Don’t Double-Click to Open

by Lambert Varias

Soon to be husband-and-wife team Holly and PJ have set up an Etsy shop in order to help pay for their wedding next year. PJ usually makes hemp and leather buckles, but while discarding a box of old computer mice he noticed that they were the same size as the buckle on the belt he was wearing. Thus the geekiest accessory was born.

mouse belt buckle by getting weddy

Yep, that is indeed a computer mouse. It would have been extra geeky if it unbuckled via a click or two, but that’s taken care of by a hook mechanism behind the mouse. Apple fans, fret not – PJ actually has more belt buckles made with Mac than PC mice.

mouse belt buckle by getting weddy 5

Check out the other models as well as the hook mechanism in the gallery below:

I am neither brave nor geeky enough to wear any of these belts, but if you are, then go grab these one-of-a kind belt buckles at Holly and PJ’s Etsy shop Getting Weddy. The buckles – no belt included – range from $15 (USD) to $22.

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Comments (6):

  1. Technabob says:

    Where’s the scroll wheel?

  2. Jahangir | Dezine Weblog says:

    LOL, the Mac mouse(s) look acceptable but that Compaq mouse? Its a wheel mouse and wheel mouse are no longer in use so why use them as belt fashion?

  3. GettingWeddy says:

    Thank you so much for featuring our buckles! We’ve had tons of hits, I just wish we had more broken mice laying around :)

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