This is an interesting post in a way that you would have always read about astonishing and amazing inventions, but never read about most useless products. Today we have a look at 10 of them.
The Air Conditioned Shoes
Hydro-tech developed the air conditioned shoes which, are more or less the normal shoes with holes in them. They intend to target the customers who face the problem of having smelly feet. The company claims that they possess a unique filter technology to ward off smells and cost $70.
This product features in our useless list because it’s just a conventional potty with a stand for an iPad. It targets the children undergoing potty training and costs $34.50. You can get it here
The Remote Headband
In this age of technology, it is not unusual at all to have several remotes for different home appliances. You would have found yourself quarreling with your family members when any of them is lost. To solve this problem of losing remotes frequently, Rodd Miller came up with the idea of the remote head band. The picture of this headband says it all. Is this the most useless products for you?
The Shoe Umbrella
The purpose of shoe umbrella is obvious from its name. It was designed to prevent one’s feet from getting wet when it rains. However, the idea of moving with two umbrellas attached to your shoes, and the inconvenience caused by it is senseless.
The Motorized Ice Cream Cone
Who doesn’t love cone ice cream? But, the problem with an Ice cream cone is that it tends to slip through the sides of the cone once it starts melting. This makes us lick it regularly to prevent it from falling down. This problem is solved by the battery operated cone that turns itself around for you. You can get one here
The Pet Rock
This purpose of this product is absolutely beyond my comprehension. You can buy (waste your money in my opinion) The Pet Rock for $7.99 that comes with a box with holes. It can be attached to the USB port of your computer. You can get one here
The Steering Wheel Desk
This product gets attached to the steering of the car so that you can place your laptop on it. The product can only be utilized when the car is static. This Steering wheel desk is available at Amazon for $25.39.
The Goldfish Walker
You must be familiar with the baby walkers, but Mick Madden from the UK has come up with the Goldfish walker. This is a pull along walker, which allows you to take your Goldfish for a walk.
Flair Hair Golf, the Hair Hat
This product is basically a golf visor, which possesses fleecy hair. The product is aimed to target bald golfers. The funny thing about these hair is that they resemble a roughened up carpet or a rug. This hair hat costs $19.99 and you can get it here
The DVD Rewinder
The DVD rewinder came into the market in 2009 and stayed there for less than a year. This product tops the list because even a little kid knows that a DVD doesn’t have to be rewound.
What do you think are the most useless products to you?
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