Have you ever wanted to eat lunch on the go and hygienically carry your cutlery? Usually a packed lunch is fine on the way there, its just that after you eat, there’s nowhere to keep the dirty spoon, fork and knife. Here is an awesome product design idea I stumbled across on Pinterest recently – cutlery covers, so perfect for your purse!
I couldn’t find the link to the original product – can anybody help me out to find the source?
If I can find out where to buy these, I’ll take three, thanks!
These must be the most brilliant products ever invented for lazy housekeepers or busy mamas like myself who simply don’t have hours to dust, sweet and polish the floors. Microfibre house slippers that dust, sweep and polish as you walk. Genius, am I right?
To be honest I didn’t think they were a real product until I saw these on Amazon. I thought that these were surely an example of Japanese Chindogu, of crazy, un-useless, yet noncommercial inventions.
I can see myself popping these babies on, turning the music up, and waltzing around the kitchen, doing a blitz of cleaning while burning up calories dancing.
The come in a hot pink and a lime green (as well as other colors) with removable pads that have little microfiber fingers that catch hair, dust and dirt. This super clever footwear are supposed to be able to clean faster, easier and better, because the slippers can go where mops cannot reach, obviously. And they are way more fun than using a dull old mop, duh!
Here are a few other features:
- A velcro pad that attaches/detaches the cleaning cloth from the slipper
- No hard edges, so they are safe to use on all floor surfaces including wood, tile, vinyl
- Machine washable; for use on dry floors only
The manufacturer says that one size fits most, but I wonder if they make them in kid sizes, so that the whole family can help out while having a dance party at home?!
You can pop over to Amazon and get a pair for yourself… or as a gift for your partner who needs a not-so-subtle hint to help out a bit more around the house.
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Is the glass half empty or half full? If you’re the Optimist, it’s half full. If you’re the Pessimist, it’s half empty.
The Realist explains that it all depends on if you only filled the glass up to half way, or if filled it to the top and then and drank half.
While they all were arguing… the Opportunist drank it all!
And me? I’m the Engineer who says – the glass is twice as big as it needs to be!
Whoever you are, this wine glass set will be the talking point of your next dinner party.
You can buy them over at Amazon.
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Anyone else get a sore neck or wrist from using the iPad in bed? I know I do!
I think I may have just discovered the perfect product for exactly this problem.
It’s called the Monkey Kit: Flexible Tablet Positioning System – and it looks just like a Monkey Tail. This product was successfully funded on Kickstarter in February of this year and now you can buy it here. Definitely on my wishlist… it’s the perfect product for a lazy bones like me who takes my technology to bed. But I can see how this product would be very useful elsewhere as well, like at the gym, in the kitchen, out and about, or hanging off the back of the passenger car seat to keep the kids occupied in the back.
Three designers in Jakarta, Indonesia, have teamed up to create HALVED, a cheeky dinnerware set aimed at wannabe dieters. Ironically, the team had the idea for their design over dinner, in their words “We love our food. But we’re constantly being told that to stay healthy, we should be cutting down on our portions… So we thought, why not just half the plate?”
While this dieting technique is not certified by experts or nutritionists, it certainly is a conversation starter! And hopefully, it might help you to shed those extra pounds, if not through smaller portions, than certainly through awareness of portion control.
Images via Kickstarter.
Images via Clei UK
I just watched the most mind-blowing videos about a company called Resource Furniture who design convertible furniture that offer ground-breaking space-saving solutions for those of us who live in smaller spaces. One such design is the unassuming sofa that you see above that, seemingly like magic, converts to a bunk bed in just two seconds! Genius!
I have a real passion for convertible products, having designed both a convertible foam sofa bed and a folding motorcycle helmet myself.
See both the Resource Furniture films (made by Core77) below:
Now… How cool is that?!