10 Wearable Tech Gadgets That’ll Change Your Life

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Move Over Snuggie, The Hoodsie Is Here To Stay

The Snuggie took the world by storm, and all it had to do was attach sleeves to a blanket. But that invention was somewhat limited in its security level. For one, you needed to be laying down to truly enjoy the coverage. If you stood up and walked around, it immediately began to slink off your shoulders. Mobility was very limited. Enter the Hoodsie. This descendant of the Snuggie has taken care of this major issue that its predecessor possessed by going all-in to the full-on onesie mode. Throw on a hood for added comfort, and you’re in business. Perfect Read More

$55 Buy

Tragically Hip Vintage Wear Via Etsy

Etsy.com, a marketplace at which indie businesses can sell their craft supplies, handmade items, and vintage items, has a fantastic array of excessively cool vintage clothes for men.  If you live far from urban centers with top-notch vintage stores, or if you’re looking for very hard-to-find items, check out Etsy’s current lineup. There are pages of ’60s looks in the form of gabardine and cashmere shirts; western shirts; blazers and cardigans.  The ’70s are very well-represented with racing jackets and loud disco gear.  The selection is not without its cowboy boots and fedoras. Catching our eye are the Guatemalan folk Read More

Eastwood Slider Offers Ultimate Loophole In Belt Technology

We’re all unique individuals with different and constantly changing bodies. Why, then, do belt-makers try to pigeon-hole us with a fixed set of loopholes? These holes rarely fit our waistlines perfectly and they look out of place with the symmetry and congruity that our modern fashions employ. Eastwood Slider Belts do away with holes in favor of a slide-and-lock system that fits your waist exactly and maintains a clean look. The belts work like this: you push a small lever to lift an auto-lock brake pad, cinch the belt to the right fit, let the lever go, and the brake Read More

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$55 Buy

We Found Batman’s Pocket Watch

Okay, so maybe this isn’t officially endorsed by the DC Universe, but how could it be anything but the very pocket watch that Bruce Wayne wears when he sleeps through corporate meetings and attends lavish Gotham City balls? The Bat Pocket Watch is now available on Etsy from the store Charsfavoritethings, which also includes a number of other designs, each built with the sturdiest of craftsmanship using actual metal, glass beads, and a durable 13-inch chain that add class while making it easier to keep up with this beauty. The watch face diameter measures about 1 1/2 inches while the locket Read More

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$50 Buy

Antique Typewriter Key Cufflinks

If you’re feeling a Hemingway-esque for your next wedding or special occasion and don’t want to go with a boring standard cufflink, you may want to hit the Shift Key Antique Typewriter Cufflinks currently on sale at Etsy. These ‘links ship from the UK and resemble an old-fashioned typewriter shift key from the Antique Remington Portable Typewriter, a machine that was manufactured between 1920 and 1925. The keys have been cleaned and polished but still have an aged, almost-century-old look that you’re going to like. The stems and bars are in silver-colored metal and the links are presented in a gift Read More

$36 Buy

IKKU Macbook Sleeves

Speak those pretty words to us, IKKU.  You’ve never seen a steadier stream of syrupy advertising lexicon until you’ve seen a product description from the Dutch-Japanese manufacturer IKKU.  The word means “coming and going” and the way they’re going, the lilting phrases just keep coming.  Their Macbo0k sleeves, for example, give them an opportunity to talk of “vegetable tanning,” “Italian buttero leather,” a “subtle block of colours and materials, complimenting every wardrobe,” “Italian metal snapbuttons,”  and “skin fit.”  We’ll take four! Did we mention it’s something to protect your Macbook?  They come in 11, 13 and 15 inches, and yes, Read More

Declan Squared

Here at inStash, we suspect that makers of many fine handkerchiefs have no idea what their customers use their stylish wares for.  They just throw them out there and say “wipe whatever.”  But Declan Squared is form with a function, good-looking pocket squares designed expressly to clean the screen of your smart phone and other whatnots. It’s all about microfibers, which suck up little dust particles without spreading them around.  The squares are 12 x 12 inches, with little pocket cloths available in 6.5 x 8.25 and 6 x 8 inch sizes.  Style-wise, options abound: Flint is a sepia-ish plaid; Read More

Lumines Neon Threads

Have you ever wondered why you don’t see a lot of neon clothing?  That might be coming to and, as two Ukranians with a dream are raising funds to roll out Lumines Neon Threads, a line of clothes with neon patterns, neon on the trim, etc. You can get suits, hats, ties, even trousers in black, blue, yellow and purple. In the dark, the wearer looks like a neon skeleton, which means you can be simultaneously safe and ostentatious with these handmade items.  They do make neon suits for your dog, which may be remotely safe, who knows? And do Read More