Video recording sunglasses
Another prime example of technological integration are these uber-cool-looking sunglasses, which come equipped with a small, built-in video camera and MP3 player, so you can listen to the latest summer jams whilst catching rays at the beach. In addition, you can capture your precious holiday moments on video without the burden of a heavy camera. Or dignity.
Headphones are one of the few pieces of wearable tech adopted by the masses, but the look is often an oh-so-pedestrian black and grey. But fear not, fashionistas: the Skullcandy Ti headphones are on the scene to deliver pounding bass and looks of envy (or derision). Everything from the head strap to the ear pads is swathed in glossy black leather and gold, for maximum bling factor. On the upside, they're a likely target for thieves.
3rd Space FPS Gaming Vest
The Nintendo Wii has paved the way for a new breed of games console, where the players can become part of the game as opposed to just playing it. Using state of the art technology, the S.W.A.T-like body vest delivers up to 10lbs of force when enemies shoot you, so you'll literally feel the impact of a bullet hitting your upper body - far and away the best way of introducing nan to Call of Duty.
The lads from Thunderbirds had some pretty impressive gadgetry buried away on Tracy Island. Space rockets,
launch pads disguised as swimming pools, and that whole chutes-and-ladders system for getting in and out
of the different vehicles... But the only gadget we ever wanted as kids was Brains' mobile phone/watch combo. This
sWaP watch is as a consequence about 20 years behind the market, but still... We want it.
Treasure seeking sandals
Find gold and other worthy treasures literally beneath your feet with these stylish sandals. They may look like your average piece of beach footwear, but rest assured, these flip-flop sandals come complete with a device worthy of Batman's utility belt: metal detectors. That's right; come across something metal and these babies will send a small vibration through your feet, letting you know that you've stumbled upon a trove of buried dubloons. Or a bottle cap.