eHolster!
March 22, 2000 9:23 AM   Subscribe

eHolster! I don't need the whole harness action (although there's a "lets play geek-spy" little kid inside me that wants it), but the cross draw eBeltSnap would totally work for me.
[props to Laurel from windowseat for the link]
posted by CrazyUncleJoe (4 comments total)

 
Very goofy and lame. Might as well tattoo "I'm a geek and I can't help myself around gadgets and flashy light things!"

The thing that annoys me about that site is they're so transparently pandering to young geek males by using a chesty woman to demonstrate the product. Please. It gives me the creeps like seeing scantily clad women hawking java servers at a trade show. yuck.
posted by mathowie at 10:20 AM on March 22, 2000


Did I miss something? Are pockets no longer sewn into garments. I swear the last pair o' pants I bought had at least 3.

Matt, there is nothing wrong with pandering.
posted by Mick at 10:36 AM on March 22, 2000


Aw c'mon Matt - get that Matrix phone in one holster, your blogger-enabled Palm VII in the other, a pair of wraparound shades and a sharkskin suit... you... uh... okay, you'd still be a geek - but that's a big market.

Mick, I'd put my cell in my pants pockets, but every time I get pandered to, I end up dialing Brazil.

Hands free dialing INDEED!
posted by CrazyUncleJoe at 11:28 AM on March 22, 2000


I tend to want to carry my PalmIII, at least one cell phone (sometimes, sadly, two-- one being for work, one for home, but I hope to merge those soon), and a wallet most of the time. Plus keys/keycards. I hate schlepping a purse around (especially at work). I don't always have pants pockets to work with and if I do, sometimes there isn't enough space or it's just plain uncomfortable.

So I kinda like this eholster idea. It's that or a giant fanny pack or big vests with big pockets . . .
posted by laurel at 10:16 AM on March 24, 2000


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