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Game Controller Bracelet Puts Your Wrist in Control of 9 Tiny Consoles

by Paul Strauss

If you’re a gamer and want to express your fanaticism without resorting something as obvious as a Space Invaders sweater or Game Boy tube dress, here’s something a little more subtle.


These nifty laser-cut bracelets feature tiny versions of some of gaming’s greatest controllers. There’s everything from the modern classic Xbox 360 controller, to the jumbo-sized Dreamcast controller, and the classic NES and SNES gamepads. Though the original Atari 2600 controllers and Wii-mote are nowhere to be found – presumably due to their atypical shapes.


The bracelets are made by Use Your Digits, and come in either mirrored, black, red or yellow acrylic. The bracelets measure about 9-inches-long and just over 1-inch wide. So unless you’re an Atari fanatic, you can outfit your wrist with one of these Game Controller Bracelets over on Etsy for about $36(USD). If you can’t afford that, you could always just wrap the cord from your old wired joystick around your wrist.


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