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At first glance, the Wazoo Cache Belt looks like an ordinary belt, but it is anything but. It is a utility belt that Batman himself would be envious of. It hides a bunch of survival tools right inside the band, making it perfect for emergency situations.
If you are really into Pokémon GO or were into Pokémon way before people were gathering in the local park to hunt for creatures, you will appreciate this belt. First and foremost, it does what a belt is meant to do – keep your pants up, but it also lets you catch Pokémon.
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.
Batman’s utility belt isn’t as cool as his mask or logo, but it’s an equally essential part of any Dark Knight costume. DIY Prop Shop shows us how you can make a replica of the belt out of only $9 (USD) worth of materials.
Belts are great. They keep your pants up and the alternative to that can be pretty embarrassing. You can go with a plain black or brown belt if you are a subtle type. If you want the world to know you are an anime geek, this Sailor Moon belt is what you want to use to keep your butt hidden from the world.
If you don’t want to get away, you need a nice belt to hold them up. If you like Star Wars, you might not want a plain black or brown belt. You might want something that shows the world you are a sci-fi geek and this is the perfect belt for you.
Product designer Ádám Török, from Sopron, Hungary, came up with the idea for this truly unique scooter. He made it for a school graduation project. His thinking is that in the future, most vehicles will be portable.
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.
So it might not be the best idea to make your little kids watch Rambo, but that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be able to dress like a commando. With the Crayon Bandolier, your youngun will be a young gun, toting around their colorful ammo.
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.
This probably isn’t the first multi-tasking belt buckle you’ve seen, and I’m pretty certain it won’t be your last, either. Remember the belt buckle knife and the Etch-a-Sketch belt buckle?
While the Smart Belt Buckle won’t provide you with extra protection or a few minutes of fun and entertainment, it will give you some extra storage space for your credit cards and IDs.
Belt buckles are getting crazier and more creative, and the Belt Buckle Flask and Arcade Coin Slot Belt prove this point. Something that’s still novel but on the more serious side is the Belt Buckle Knife.
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.)
People have been known to wear strange things around their waist. It all began with the computer mouse belt, which featured an actual mouse as the buckle. Then there was Volt Buckle gadget charger, which had a plug integrated right into the buckle.