You can never have too many tools on you. But since we don’t have unlimited pockets, we can’t carry them all. Plus tools are heavy. That’s why multi-tools are so awesome. They let you carry an assortment of tools in a small space.
I’m from Texas, and around here you don’t have to look very long or hard to see someone wearing a giant belt buckle. They usually come with hats, cowboy boots, and Wrangler jeans. If you want to fit in with the big belt buckle crowd, but aren’t into western wear, here is your ticket.
This Firefly Belt Buckle is based on the builder plaque that was seen on the bridge of Firefly’s Serenity.
If Industries – the folks behind the cool arcade coin slot belt buckles – are back with another set of geeky accessories. These ones look like the proximity mine and the remote mine, two of the weapons from the N64 shooter GoldenEye 007.
Villain in a buckle, alien power! Let the disembodied villain use you as his exo-suit. Freakshop proprietor Christopher Genovese made this awesome oversized belt buckle featuring the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle’s sworn enemy. I’m not sure how large the buckle is exactly, but it’s probably as large as a child’s head.
You don’t need pants to play Borderlands – I haven’t played Borderlands 2 yet so I’m not sure about its pants requirements – but if you’re really into it you’ll want to wear eight pairs of pants just so you can rock these fan made belt buckles based on the game.
Any kid from the 80’s knows Simon. The game with colorful lights that tests your brain. Now you can wear it as a fashion accessory. This belt buckle was created by If Industries and is entirely playable.
Instructables member cunning_fellow made brass belt buckle with a crude handheld gaming device built-in. He calls it the Asteroid Belt, probably because the first game he’s making for it is an Asteroids ripoff.
While it’s not quite as interactive as the Etch-a-Sketch belt buckle, this arcade coin slot belt buckle is even better, in my humble opinion. This belt buckle was designed by Seattle’s if Industries, and not only does it feature a genuine recycled arcade coin slot, it actually lights up.
The Etch-a-Sketch reminds me of the days when I was a kid and didn’t have the day-to-day worries that I have right now (like how I’m going to find time to write two papers for this class I’m taking when I have to work for the most part of the day, among others.)
A lot of other iPhone cases can make your device look pretty or make it more convenient or more functional. And then there are others that aren’t exactly cases but sort of function in a similar manner, like this belt buckle slash iPhone holster called the EXO7 that lets you slip your device easily into it so you can wear it around your waist.
Soon to be husband-and-wife team Holly and PJ have set up an Etsy shop in order to help pay for their wedding next year. PJ usually makes hemp and leather buckles, but while discarding a box of old computer mice he noticed that they were the same size as the buckle on the belt he was wearing.
If you’re an insane Nintendo fan, then you might want to head on over to Etsy, where you can currently get your hands on this awesome NES belt buckle made from solid Sterling Silver.
Crafted by artist Otterette, the Sterling NES belt buckle is made from 3 ounces of silver, impeccably polished to a shiny finish, and scaled perfectly to match the original specs.
Star Wars junkies, here’s a great way to keep your pants from falling down the next time you start dancing your ass off to A Galactic Empire State of Mind.
Actually, you’ll first need to buy a belt to keep your pants up, but you could definitely put the proper finishing touch on your belt with one of these Star Wars metal belt buckles.
When I think Legend of Zelda, I think glowing belt buckles. Okay, no, actually I think of Link holding things over his head, but there’s nothing that says you couldn’t hold this modded belt buckle (belt!