For those who have everything
A wristband that arms the wearer against abductors — and more in our collection of bizarrely elite consumer products
"The odds of the average citizen getting kidnapped are pretty low, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't be prepared," said Andrew Liszewski at Gizmodo. For just $20, the A-K Band (or Anti-Kidnapping Band) arms the wearer with at least three ways to upset an abductor's best-laid plans. The band, which slips over any watchband, hides a plastic handcuff key, a ceramic razor blade, and four feet of Kevlar saw string — which can cut through most anything. Chances are, the A-K tools will allow you to free your hands and feet. "The rest of the escape is up to you."