The Endless Chocolate Bar Breaker Probably Won't Keep Me Slender

I love that crunch-clink sound a chocolate bar makes when I break it in two before stuffing both halves into my mouth. Thanks to this simulation keychain, I can have that sound without any of the calories. Or the oh-so-yummy-taste. » 1/14/10 11:20pm 1/14/10 11:20pm

Gaydar Keychain Answers That Question Once And For All

You know how you have that friend-for simplicity's sake, we'll call him Aaron Froucho-that you're never quite sure is gay or straight? What better way to answer the question for all eternity than with a $14 keychain? The thing has three readouts, "gay," "straight" and "maybe," so if you get "maybe," keep asking until it… » 8/26/08 5:30pm 8/26/08 5:30pm

Discount Lightsaber Keychain Proves You Don't Have To Be Rich To Be a…

Whoa, whoa Mr. Moneypants. Pay five dollars for a lightsaber keychain? Do we look like a manager of Baskin Robbins or something? All we can afford is this two dollar lightsaber keychain, which may not have that fancy "authentic movie" handle, but lights up and attaches to your keys all the same. And if we can't get our… » 5/21/08 3:00pm 5/21/08 3:00pm

Ultra-Shapable E-Ink Becomes Reality This Fall

How many concept products have we shown featuring some form of curved or oddly shaped E-Ink display? A pillion?* Thankfully, the good people at E-Ink have seen fit to make these dreams come true: New "ultra-moldable" E-Ink cells are 40% thinner, can be cut into unique shapes, and even curved. This doesn't mean they're… » 5/11/08 2:00pm 5/11/08 2:00pm

Radioactive Tritium Makes Keychain Light Glow For 10 Years

Besides being somewhat dim, most keychain lights have batteries that only last a couple months before needing to be replaced—which often never happens since nobody has watch batteries lying around. But what if you could have this Mini Tritium Keychain, which lasts about 10 years without needing to be replaced? If… » 3/31/08 5:15pm 3/31/08 5:15pm

Watch Keychain Concept Makes You Jingle all the Time

Although the concept of putting a watch on a keychain is a good one—one less thing to carry around—the fact that it's a keychain makes it less than convenient. Why? Imagine having to fish out the lump of metal with all 10 of your keys to see what time it is, while at the same time trying to keep your wallet inside your … » 5/17/07 7:40pm 5/17/07 7:40pm