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SCOTTeVEST Gear for Women

on Saturday, September 1st, 2012
Posted in: Miscellaneous, News

I’m happy to see that SCOTTeVEST continues to expand their product line to include more women’s items. Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to review 2 of their jackets and love them both and can’t wait for the weather to get cooler so I can start wearing them again. See links to those twoRead More…


Stuffa Jacket – Fit More In

on Saturday, August 11th, 2012

Julie loves her SCOTTEVEST products, but they’re aimed at the Gadgeteer in all of us, with pockets for all your electronic gadgets.  What if you’re one of those minimalist travellers or need to “beat” those airline-imposed carry on luggage limits?  The Stuffa Jacket might be the solution.  With 12 compartments for stuffing in your long weekend’sRead More…

The Scrubba Washbag Review

on Saturday, July 21st, 2012

Any traveller will know the dilemma of balancing the right amount of clothes with the additional weight and space required to carry those clothes.  When bushwalking you’re extremely limited with how much you can carry on your back, when motorcycle touring you’re constrained by how much you can fit into a tail bag or pack. Read More…


SCOTTEVEST Lola Women’s Jacket Review

on Sunday, May 13th, 2012
Posted in: Gear, Outdoor Gear, Reviews

Although it’s the middle of May here in Indiana, we are still having a few 40 degree mornings. Instead of dragging out my winter coat, I’ve been enjoying the comfort and gadget storage of the SCOTTEVEST Lola Jacket. Wearing this jacket allows me to hide all my gear in the jacket and leave my shoulder bagRead More…


SCOTTEVEST Chloe Hoodie Review

on Monday, February 13th, 2012
Posted in: Gear, Reviews

It’s been several years since we featured a SCOTTEVEST product here on The Gadgeteer and I’m happy to say that in the time since we last took a look at their tech clothing, they’ve added some women’s garments to their line up. I’ve been excited to try them out, so they sent me their ChloeRead More…

OnTip 3-in-1 Gloves

OnTip 3-in-1 Gloves Review

By: Brett Cooper
on Sunday, January 8th, 2012
Posted in: Gear, Reviews

The winter has arrived and temperatures are dropping across the northern hemisphere. For those of us that live in a cold climate and love our gadgets that means having to take off our gloves to use our touch screen devices, leaving our precious digits exposed to the elements, or does it? A company, by theRead More…


Happy Office Napping with the Inflatable Pillow Tie

on Wednesday, December 28th, 2011
Posted in: Miscellaneous, News

The Pillow Tie might look like a normal silk style neck tie, but it hides an inflatable cushion inside. Just pop open the valve, give it a few puffs of air and you’re all set to grab some shut eye while you’re supposed to be doing those year end budget reports. Pillow Ties are availableRead More…


Scrolling LED Belt Buckle

on Wednesday, December 28th, 2011
Posted in: Gear, Geek Toys, News

If you just can’t find the right belt buckle, you should try the Scrolling LED Belt Buckle from Gadgets and Gear.  You’ll be able to type in six of your own messages; the first can have 512 characters, but the other five are limited to 256 characters each.  The buckles are available with either redRead More…


Design Your Own T-Shirt – While You’re Wearing It

on Wednesday, December 21st, 2011
Posted in: Geek Toys, News

Lots of companies will print your custom design on a shirt for you, but that’s so static!  No one but ThinkGeek lets you design on your shirt as you’re wearing it.  You’ll use the included UV laser to draw any design on your Lazer Shirt Interactive Tee.  When you go into the dark, your shirtRead More…

Photo Fabric Dye

Photo Fabric Dye Kit – Be in your own photos

on Saturday, November 19th, 2011
Posted in: Miscellaneous, News

Finding it hard to get your old film negatives processed these days ?  Process and print them yourself…..on your clothing. Lumi’s Inkodye Photo Fabric Dye Kit uses a dye that develops photos on materials like fabric or wood when exposed to sunlight. You can use negatives or even small objects to create images out of silhouettes.Read More…


HoodieBuddie – Keeps you warm and lets you listen to your tunes

on Wednesday, September 21st, 2011

The HoodieBuddie is a regular hoodie jacket with a bit of geek magic thrown in. They feature patented HB3 Technology™ through a 3.5 mm headphone jack in the front pocket that plugs into any audio device such as an iphone, ipod, or mp3 player. In-ear earbuds are attached at the end of the drawstrings. YouRead More…


Star Wars Costume Hoodies

on Sunday, July 17th, 2011
Posted in: Gear, News

Star Wars fans will want to buy these hoodies now so they’ll be ready for the first cold fall day.  ThinkGeek is offering long-sleeved 60% cotton/40% polyester hoodies decorated to look like Boba Fett, Darth Vader, or a Stormtrooper. The hoodies have ribbed cuffs and bottom and two pockets on the front.  The back ofRead More…


Agloves Capacitive Touch Screen Compatible Gloves Review

on Monday, October 25th, 2010
Posted in: Gear, Reviews

I often complain (some will say whine) about the fact that I can’t control my capacitive touch screened smartphone in the Winter months, when I’m wearing gloves. As we know, capacitive touch screens will only work when we touch the screen with our fingers. That’s because the human body has a natural bioelectricity in ourRead More…


Is it a T-shirt or a Guitar? It’s both!

on Tuesday, September 14th, 2010
Posted in: Music Gear, News

ThinkGeek always offers the most unique products. One of their latest items is an Electronic Rock Guitar Shirt that has a real musical “guitar” built right into it. It doesn’t play pre-recorded tunes, it will actually let you play your OWN tunes by pressing buttons on the fretboard that correspond with chords. The shirt evenRead More…


A Beanie that can rock out

on Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010

It’s August here in Indiana, so that means 90+ degree weather, high humidity and heat advisories. Not exactly the type of weather for a hat. But hey, it won’t be long before the frost will be on the pumpkin here and elsewhere. Be ready with the Headphone Beanie from Convenient Gadgets and Gifts. It’s aRead More…


Live Like There is No Tomorrow in the Star Trek Red Mini Dress

on Saturday, July 17th, 2010
Posted in: Gear, Geek Toys, News

You won’t fear the future while wearing the red Star Trek Original Series T-Shirt Dress – because you won’t have a future!  ThinkGeek offers the tunic-style mini dress in a cotton fabric and in sizes of XS-XXL, so any woman can live like there is no tomorrow.  The dresses are $39.99, and all sizes are inRead More…


Today is Embrace Your Geekness Day

on Tuesday, July 13th, 2010
Posted in: Miscellaneous, News

Darnit, I didn’t know that today was a holiday just for me! Apparently today is Embrace Your Geekness Day and is offering the perfect garment to help you celebrate it – literally. It’s the BeerBot Bottle Opening T-Shirt. It has a handy bottle opener sewn right into the front of the shirt. You canRead More…


Aural Oreos? Naw – Swix Ear Muffs

By: cobinrox
on Monday, April 12th, 2010

One of the nice things about The-Gadgeteer is that we review products that we have a passion for or that deserve attention even though the product may not require electricity.  Or wires.  Or Bluetooth compatibility.  Or a touch-screen display. The set of SWIX earmuffs shown here is one of those products.  Simple, subtle, compact andRead More…


Stealthy gadget storage in your T-shirt

on Monday, March 29th, 2010

Wish you had a place to stow your iPod while running or traveling?  Koyono‘s  BlackCoat-T and -Tx line of cargo T-shirts features two specially-designed, hidden pockets that are interconnected by a single passageway.  A central zipper opening provides easy storage and removal.  Use it for an iPod an a cell or whatever combination of personRead More…


Vibram FiveFingers – A Glove for the Foot

By: cobinrox
on Wednesday, January 6th, 2010
Posted in: Miscellaneous, News

One of the interesting purposes of the Vibram FiveFinger foot glove (floove?) is to allow the user to walk or run shoeless yet avoid toe hazards such as rocks, glass, thistles and other callous-causing objects.  There are several different models designed for various activities including running, hiking, and kayaking. Some people are of the opinionRead More…

Put some clothes on your personal area network

By: Anita Z
on Thursday, December 10th, 2009

Need a unique gift for the holidays? No need to panic, think PANiQ! Back in January PANiQ introduced clothing coupled with PANiQ controllers that enable wearers to control their iPod (or iPhone) through smart fabric buttons embedded in clothing.  The PANiQ technology allows you to connect your iPod to a ribbon cable embedded within theRead More…


Chrome Shoes Review – Sneaks for Geeks

on Wednesday, October 21st, 2009
Posted in: Gear

I live in sneakers. That’s all I wear day in and day out. I’m a bit embarrassed to admit that I don’t think I have even own one pair of ‘dress’ shoes right now that fit me. My kicks of choice lately have been Asics Gel Enduro trail running shoes because I like a lotRead More…


Stop slouching with the PostureTek t-shirt or bra

on Sunday, October 11th, 2009
Posted in: Gear, News

I have crummy posture, so this gadget / clothing product caught my attention when I saw it  in the latest Skymall catalog on my flight back from Fort Myers Florida this past week. The PostureTek Biofeedback Apparel System is available in a shirt or bra design. An adjustable controller is located in a hidden pocketRead More…


Avoid earbud cable whiplash with the Urban Tool advancedShirt

on Thursday, September 24th, 2009
Posted in: Gear

Runners and other workout junkies will appreciate the advancedShirt from Urban Tool. You can enjoy your tunes while you sweat, but avoid the flip flap of your earbud cables while you do so. Instead of routing your earbud cable through special eyelets or conduits in your clothing like some other products, this shirt has theRead More…

Customize the comfort of your boots – Wolverine iCS Hikers

on Sunday, September 13th, 2009
Posted in: Gear

How would you like to be able to adjust the comfort level of your hiking boots? You can with a pair of Wolverine iCS hikers. These leather boots have a removable full-cushion insole that provides four settings of comfort to choose from. Just turn the dial to select firm, cushion, outer or inner support onRead More…