X

This website uses cookies.

This website uses cookies to improve user experience. By using our website you consent to all cookies in accordance with our Cookie Policy.

I agree
Learn More
Great Geek Gifts in the Technabob Shop! Follow Us: Subscribe | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest
AWESOMER MEDIA SITES: THE AWESOMER | MIGHTYMEGA | 95OCTANE
Cool Gadgets, Gizmos, Games and Geek Stuff on Technabob

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

by Paul Strauss
Advertisement

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.

mirrored_controller_bracelet

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.

black_joystick_bracelet

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.

red_joystick_bracelet

Deals in The Technabob Shop



Advertisement

More from Awesomer Media...

Todd McFarlane Looks Back On His Amazing Career

Todd McFarlane Looks Back On His Amazing Career

Good Smile Marvel Manga Variant Groot Superlog Statue

Good Smile Marvel Manga Variant Groot Superlog Statue

5’Nizza: Samoliot

5’Nizza: Samoliot

25 Facts about Wi-Fi

25 Facts about Wi-Fi

Working BMW Transformer: Robots in Disguise

Working BMW Transformer: Robots in Disguise

Ken Block Tears up the Desert in Pennzoil’s “Terrakhana”

Ken Block Tears up the Desert in Pennzoil’s “Terrakhana”