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PocketBands Put a Pocket on Your Wrist

by Hazel Chua
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Need more space than what your pocket currently provides you with? Need a discrete compartment to stash stuff that you really want to keep secure? Need a place to store your essentials when you’re out running, biking, or surfing?

Then no worries, because PocketBands are coming. These colorful rubber bands look just like your typical baller bands, except they’re not.

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Each PocketBand has a teeny, tiny covert pocket on the inside which can hold a single flat key, a little cash, a USB drive or an SD card. The space is really limited, but hey, what do you expect from a wristband? I’d have to say that it’s definitely better than nothing, though.

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Each band is made from a “stretchy, surgical-grade silicone” and is sweatproof and waterproof. The PocketBand is currently up for funding on Kickstarter, where a minimum pledge of $10(USD) by April 21, 2013 will get you one of your very own. $20 will get you a set of 3.

[via Gadget Review]

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