#15 The Reversible Bench
If you’ve ever sat on a wet bench, you will definitely appreciate the invention from the Korean firm Sungwoo Park. They created a bench that can be dried with just one movement. You turn the hand crank, and it unveils the dry side of the seat. As simple as that!
Designed by Pristman Good, it aims to help those who often need to take pills but don’t have a glass of water handy to wash them down. A little package can hold an aspirin and water together. How come pharm companies haven’t caught on to this invention yet?
#13 Doorbell with Stats
If you’re a tech geek, then this is definitely a must-have for you. Do you need to know how many visitors you have per month? Or maybe you want to know their average age and weight. Not a problem! Just like you can get statistics for your website, you can learn everything about your apartment’s visitors from this doorbell.
#12 Staircase Drawers
The area underneath the stairs is perfectly usable. Staircase drawers are an absolutely brilliant idea for those who are looking for space-saving tricks. Who would have thought that such small places could have so much space inside!
Its creator, Dominic Wilcox, says that his invention will be especially appreciated by those who get angry with their partner for not squeezing the toothpaste up from the bottom. From a practical point of view, this toothpaste tube will always get out the last drop!
#10 Secure Flower Planter
If you take care of your flowers, then you will obviously understand the art of this invention. Designed by Greenbo, this planter can be placed on a railing or fence.
#9 Butter Stick
Why use a knife for butter when you can use a butter stick? This “device” from Japan would be a good addition to any kitchen.
#8 Bike Jacket With Turn Signals
#7 Big-Eye Needle
brand-new metal. The tiny loop expands to the size of a button. Forget your sore thumbs.
#6 Broom Slippers
#5 Fruit Sweaters
#4 Pizza Scissors
#2 Carpet Alarm Clock
#1 Lipstick Mask
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