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Gamechains are off the hook

David Hinkle, @davehinkle
July 10, 2008
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While we're more for the pouch method of storing multiple DS game carts, some of you might appreciate the subtlety of a metal chain. You can see what we're talking about on the right there. Frankly, we're surprised someone hasn't come up with this idea sooner!

Gamechains come in a basic set, which will cost you $9.95. Within this basic set, you'll find:

  • 8 Laser-cut acrylic GameChains tabs in four different colors
  • 1 powder coated metal ball chain (black or white) to connect your now containable games
  • 10 Adhesive pads
What do you all think? Ridiculous accessory or are Gamechains useful?

[Via Gizmodo; thanks, Paul!]






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