We’re going to take a look at several more of Japan’s weirdest inventions that may or may not have clicked with the general public.
Funnel Eye Dropper
There are times when using eye drops can be a pain especially if you’re alone. For starters it’s hard enough to aim and drop the water directly to your eyes so that’s a waste already. The funnel eye dropper helps you with your eye dropping problems. It’s basically a pair of funnels situated a top of a pair of glasses. Just put on the thing on your head, tilt your head back, open your eyes and proceed to drop the water onto your eyes. It’s convenient and saves you the trouble of asking someone else to do it for you.
The finger toothbrush is a simple yet convenient little invention. One thing is that it’s not that big so it can be handy to carry around or put inside your pocket. Just put it in one of your fingertips whichever one it fits, put some toothpaste on it and start brushing your teeth. The finger toothbrush in a sense isn’t that groundbreaking since if you’re really lazy you can just use your finger as a toothbrush granted it won’t do the job that well anyway. Then again at least it’s a convenient item none the less.
Don’t worry because this mop doesn’t necessarily have to be wet or maybe it can if the baby isn’t wearing any diaper which probably ruins the purpose. If you have a baby capable of crawling then let them wear this adorable little attire. What it does is that when your baby crawls around the floor, then it will act as a mop on the side due to the cloth materials on several parts of the clothes. Then again this may be a bit unhealthy for the baby but it really is a silly invention to say the least.
For the lovely ladies or men with super long hair, the hair protector is suitable for your dining and eating needs. It literally blocks of your hair from extending towards your food. That can be a bit displeasing sometime when you’re eating something especially soup and your hair touches it. When using the hair protector, it wards of your hair from ever touching your food so that you’ll have a nice and comfortable meal time. The only drawback is that you kind of look silly with this thing on and maybe you wouldn’t wear one while eating out in public places and can be debatable if you’ll use it at home in the first place.
We’ll take a look at some more of the silliest inventions from Japan next time.