One New Jersey man has a unique way of making sure he will not misplace his iPod.
David Hurban, 21, implanted four small magnets into his left wrist and then placed four magnets on the back of his iPod Nano.
The result: The iPod clicks right on place on his wrist.
"In today's world, everybody has already done everything twice," said Hurban. "Everyone's looking for the next thing, and this is something no one has ever done before. Whole world? How many people are in the world? First one."
Hurban said he was inspired to get the specialized piercings because he has always wanted a strapless watch and saw that the gadget had a clock interface.
Hurban said this is something no one has ever done before