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It's hard to pinpoint the most ridiculous thing about the Urban Tool perCushion which we first peeped as a concept. Is it the vendor's not so flattering name, the marketing shot above, or the fact that Urban Tool will be charging about $500 for their Bluetooth mono-speaker cushion when it begins sh

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March 7, 2008 at 4:55AM
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Check it hipster, Urban Tool has some new gear bent on turning you into a, well, urban tool. Meet the $50 hipHolster. Besides featuring that super trendy, non-conformist alterna-capitalization in its name, this modern \"fanny pack\" (apologies to our more sensitive British readers) comes loaded with

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Alright, this thing isn't technically a phone -- it's just a Bluetooth handsfree -- but we're not sure when we're next going to have the opportunity to whip out the term \"pillowphone,\" so we thought it was in everyone's best interest to use it here. The \"perCushion\" concept getting passed around at

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Alright, this thing isn't technically a phone -- it's just a Bluetooth handsfree -- but we're not sure when we're next going to have the opportunity to whip out the term \"pillowphone,\" so we thought it was in everyone's best interest to use it here. The \"perCushion\" concept getting passed around at

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Just in case Ermenegildo Zegna's luxurious iPod jacket was a tad rich for your blood, or you just want that same utility in an everyday shirt, Australia's URBAN TOOL has you covered. Presumably designed for the always pleasant Aussie climate, this lightweight garment sports a joey-approved \"secure p

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