Weird Ape is a company selling watches and pocket watches for men and women, several very much suitable for steampunk and dieselpunk styles. Continue reading “Excelsior Goddess Watch”
Telling time on a pocket watch is awesome — and I’m sure that many of our readers use their smartphone out of sheer practicality — but wristwatches are both cool and practical just as well.
So in favor of telling time, today’s product is this awesome watch, which is a neat combo between steampunk and futurism.
It’s available from Rubber Toe Replicas on Etsy.
We’ve all seen them around: the decorative plugs that go into the headphone jack of a smartphone, coming in all kinds of crazy shapes and colors, some distinctively more clever and cool than others.
And now we found one that is definitely fun-looking and will immediately give your phone a little bit of steampunk flair without you having to do an extensive mod on either your device or the cover for it.
What better to stick in that jack than a gramophone after all?
Available from Polaris798 on Etsy.
In a well-set tradition of finding steampunk things around high street stores, I’ve stumbled upon this thing of aesthetic beauty. I can imagine that dieselpunks and steampunks alike would be well-pleased that a company like Skull Candy jumped on the steampunk bandwagon and produced some headphones that are visually pleasing. And it’s oh so comfortable on your head and ears to boot (I tried it in store, I mean honestly, how could I ever resist?).
That’s the upside. The downside is that the aviator is rather pricy. It retails on the website for $149.95 and I saw it in the Antwerp Saturn for €150. Continue reading “Skull Candy Aviator Headphones”