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Fake Felt Calculator Watches Just Don’T Add Up

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While there are many symbols of true geekdom, it’s possible that none is more iconic than the classic Casio calculator watch. There’s nothing that says “I still live in mom’s basement” more than a watch that can do math. But if you wear one of these, you probably can already calculate pi to 100 digits in your head, so what’s the point?

Felt Calculator Watch by BraveMoonman

Now you can make the same fashion statement, without the need for all those pesky electronics. BraveMoonman has created these oh-so-awesome felt calculator watches so you can show your true self without worrying about batteries dying or LCD displays failing when you bump into a wall.

Felt Calculator Watches by BraveMoonman

Each of these soft calculator bracelets is lovingly handstitched from felt and velcro, and they come in a variety of bright colors (I don’t know what to say about the hot pink), as well as the classic grey band.

As the Oakland, CA creator of these non-functional timepieces says: “If people ask you for the time, say ‘It’s time to look cool!'”. I say: “If people ask you how much 2 + 2 equals, tell them ‘higher than you can count. duh.'”. So what are you waiting for? Head on over to BraveMoonman’s Etsy Shop and wrap your wrist in one of these. Now.



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