Awesome Accessories

Stick-on Pockets

Stick-on Pockets
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Ryan Vanderbilt makes Peel & Stick Pockets, fabric pockets that are applied like stickers. They’re meant for shirts but you can stick them wherever you like: jeans, bags, walls etc.

Cuisipro Date Dots

Cuisipro Date Dots
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A godsend for anyone who stores leftovers, Date Dots have month and date dials to mark the expiry date or the day when you stored your food, and stick to food containers with a suction cup.

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Bicycle Rearview Camera

Bicycle Rearview Camera
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Mirrors are not viable on most bicycles, but you can keep an eye on your rear with the Owl 360. Its camera sends a 75° field of view to the 3.5″ LCD handlebar screen. Also has LED warning lights.

Ben & Jerry’s Pint Lock

Ben & Jerry’s Pint Lock
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Protect your Schweddy Balls with the Euphori-Lock, a combination lock that for Ben & Jerry’s ice cream pints. Just like some of its flavors, the Euphori-Lock is a customer’s idea made real.

Track N Go

Track N Go

In development by AD Boivin, the Track N Go is a wheel-driven track system, that turns trucks and SUVs into gigantic all-conquering snowmobiles without expensive – or ugly – conversions.

Sled iPhone Back Cover

Sled iPhone Back Cover
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Sled makes easy to install handmade leather and wood replacements for the glass back of the iPhone 4/4S. You can stamp up to 6 characters or even send custom graphics to be stamped onto yours.

Cuppow Jar Lid

Cuppow Jar Lid
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If you’re not too keen on fancy tumblers or glasses, you can use the Cuppow lid to turn a simple canning jar – it’s heat-resistant, cheap and durable – into a spill-free travel mug.

Journal Bandoliers

Journal Bandoliers
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Etsy seller Cleverhands makes straps with small loops for carrying pens and pencils while wrapped around a book, sketchpad or journal. There’s also a version that carries cellphones.

TrekPak

TrekPak

TrekPak is a padded insert for bags, letting you compartmentalize your backpack or bag when you need it. Instead of velcro, it uses aluminum pins that fasten securely yet are easily removable.

EarPeace Ear Plugs

EarPeace Ear Plugs
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Hypoallergenic silicone ear plugs that dampen sound without distortion. The plugs come in several skin tones are virtually invisible when worn. Comes in a key chain ready container for easy storage.

Almove Shirt Guard

Almove Shirt Guard
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The Almove Shirt Guard is made from strong yet lightweight anodized aluminum to keep your dress shirts from being crumpled inside your luggage. It also has slots for ties and cufflinks.

Multi-Camera Harness

Multi-Camera Harness
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Inspired by gun holsters, the MoneyMaker is a leather harness that lets photographers carry multiple cameras. Each one is attached to clips that can slide up and down the harness for easy access.

SweetBands

SweetBands
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SweetBands sweatbands “make one’s forehead appear up to 37% sexier.” Available in many designs, including one for those whose main form of physical activity is lifting a bottle of booze.

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Rememberings

Rememberings
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Rememberings are wearable reminders. Made of stretchable silicon, the rings come in bright colors to call attention to their inscriptions. You still have to remember to put them on though.

TidyTilt for iPhone 4/4S

TidyTilt for iPhone 4/4S

Zahra Tashakorinia & Derek Tarnow took a page out of the iPad 2 Smart Cover with their TidyTilt concept. Use it to store earphones, as a kickstand or simply as a protective backing for the iPhone.

Lens Cap Strap Holder

Lens Cap Strap Holder
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An accessory so simple yet so useful it should come standard with all lenses. Thread the holder to your camera strap so your lens’ cap will always be within reach. Available in 4 sizes.

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