Guy Implants Magnets in His Arm To Hold His iPod (Video)
May 11, 2012 12:14
Someone forgot to tell this guy that Apple has a new design out almost all the time. If not a year apart then two at the most. The touchscreen equipped iPod Nano might have spawned a lot of straps and cases for carrying it, but this guy here really took it to the limit. He implanted four magnets in his arm to hold it in place.
Dave Hurban sure is creative, but its not something we would recommend to everyone. Who would have thought of drilling into our arms and putting the holes with four magnets just to keep the Nano literally close at hand? Even a small reduction of its form factor could mean Dave's implants are no longer in the right positions.
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