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Rogue Breacher Bracelet

Rogue Breacher Bracelet

Well, here it is, folks. The most extravagant piece of man-jewelry there is. Made from Mil-spec G-5 aerospace-grade titainium, the Rogue Breacher Bracelet ($16,300) is "an intelligent, multi-axis assembly that anatomically contours around the unique forms of the human wrist." The bracelet, which reportedly takes more than 100 machine-hours to complete, "flows freely to constantly adapt to the natural movement of its wearer" thanks to links that dynamically rotate on two independent axes. Just 20 individually serial numbered bracelets are available.

  • iCufflinks

    Inspired by Apple's ever-present aluminum power buttons, the iCufflinks ($130) are ready to add some Cupertino-style flair to your formal attire. These "open source" cufflinks are machined from 6 series aluminum, and thanks to a battery that screws inside the housing — along with a tiny circuit board and LED — they pulsate gently, subtly letting those around you know that not only do you mean business, but you might also be a robot. [Thanks, KJ & Butschp]

  • Whiskey Holster

    Oh hell yes. Blending perfectly with the beverage's wild west image, the Whiskey Holster ($39) keeps your favorite bourbon right where it should be: on your belt, preferably right next to your trusty six-shooter. Made from high-quality vegetable-tanned leather, it's the perfect size to hold a 200mL whiskey bottle, and even offers up a tiny window on the front to let your label show through. Al Swearengen would be proud.