While it wasn’t the first handheld game system, the Nintendo Game Boy was the first one that really mattered. Despite the limitations of its green and grey LCD screen, it offered up a smart design, and some truly addictive games.
We all know that Groot is pretty darned awesome. After all he’s able to communicate a million things with the simple phrase “I am Groot,” and he also sacrificed himself to save all of his friends in the first Guardians of the Galaxy movie.
There are thousands upon thousands of Avengers collectibles on the market, but here are some that I had no idea existed. What you’re looking at are the officially-licensed Avengers pocket watches. The series includes eight different watches, made to celebrate some of the members of Marvel’s popular superhero team.
Bradford Exchange will offer up pocket watches with logo graphics for Iron Man, Captain America, Hulk, Thor, Ant-Man, Falcon, and Hawkeye.
Despite the fact that I wear an Apple Watch most days, there are still times where I’d rather wear a watch with a bit more style and a good old analog dial. One of these sweet limited edition Super Mario Bros.
Remember that cryptic wristband that the Predator wore? You know, the one that he used to blow himself up with at the end of the first movie? Well if he wore a wristwatch, it might look something like this.
The Skmei Ninja watch looks particularly demonic when lit up in red, which is how it displays minutes.
Steampunk fans needing a cool watch to go with a costume or just wanting something to wear around all the time will want to check out this Entropy Calibrator watch. It looks like something the main character in an HG Wells book would wear while on a time jaunt.
The watch has 36mm diameter face, which displays the current state of the Galvanic Scale of Temporal Decay.
Analog makes watches that are made from natural materials. What could be more natural than cat and dog hair? The animals give it a licking and then these watches keep on ticking. I would think that the furry community would be all over this.
I’m not a huge fan of most pies this side of lemon, but I’d totally eat this steampunk cherry pie. It looks awesome with a top crust that looks like a bunch of gears and clock parts.
Pies Are Awesome did a great job replicating the look of a watch mechanism, with lots of gears and mechanical bits made from pie crust.
If you’re the sort of geek that likes to cook and eat, you can make one of these for yourself.
This watch from Wealth Solutions and Swiss watchmaker Louis Moinet comes with a shot of whisky. Each of the 50 limited edition watches will contain a single drop of an exceptionally rare and old whisky, Old Vatted Glenlivet 1862.
If I want whiskey on my watch, I’ll spill it there myself and if I want whiskey inside of my watch, I’ll dip it in my glass, like a normal sane person.
Like the way the Apple Watch looks, but don’t want to spend a few hundred bucks? Cheap Chinese knock-off makers are here to save the day! At first glance, this $16 wristwatch looks just like Apple’s popular timepiece.
If it weren’t for the words printed on the face of Skmei’s watch, you’d swear it was an Apple Watch with the sport band.
If you are the Indiana Jones type or just someone who loves the outdoors, you want to protect your Apple wearable from the environment. Well, a new Apple Watch protective case created by MTM Special Ops Watches delivers a weapons grade aluminium or titanium casing that will keep your Apple Watch protected from the elements and just about everything else.
In addition to making your Apple Watch look cool and tough, it adds two dials to the left of the display.
When your carotid arteries are set to explode in just a matter of hours, time becomes very important to you. You really need a way to keep track of your remaining time. This officially-licensed timepiece is based on the band Snake Plissken wore to countdown until he drops dead in John Carpenter’s Escape from New York.
The Apple Watch has no cameras of its own, mostly because there would be a battery life issue. Instead, it can just be used to control the cameras on your iPhone. If you want cameras on your wrist, a company called Glide is showing off a new product that is a watch band for the Apple Watch that adds two cameras.
One of the cameras on the CMRA strap faces the user and is a 2MP unit for selfies and video chats.