When you see a name like “Unnecessary Inventions”, you’d probably expect some really goofy creations like those found in 101 Unuseless Inventions. In other words, inventions that sounds useful (and may actually be useful), but looks absolutely ridiculous. Or basically, just absurd ideas that somehow puts a smile on your face like the Cuisine Curtain you see here. Continue reading “Wearable” Modesty Curtain For eating Is Straight Up Goofy!
Innovations have made many outdoor gears light and efficient than they were years ago, but one thing that hasn’t change much is cookware. No wait. Actually, there are collapsible cookware designed to lighten your burden when you are out in the wild, but none of them is as nearly as impressive as the Bear Bowl Pocket Cook Pot by Washington-based Bear Minimum. Bear Bowl is goes beyond collapsible; it is foldable (think origami), made possible by a flexible, food-grade, flame-resistant material (PTFE-coated fiberglass, to be exact) and a 4-inch square aluminum base. When folded, Bear Bowl measures 4.5 x 4.5 x 1 inches, which is a tad bigger than a typical wallet and at 178g (6.3 ounces), it weighs not much more than a smartphone. Continue reading Believe Or Not, This Is Cook Pot And It Folds Down To The Size Of A Wallet
you know what they say about ‘desperate times call for desperate measures’? well, the smart chopsticks is somewhat the ‘desperate measures’ and the ‘desperate times’ here would be the spade of unsafe food found around China in recent years. smart chopsticks, officially known as kuai sou (literally translates to chopsticks find or search) is the brainchild of China search engine giant Baidu and has a rather ironic beginning. it started out as an April’s Fool joke which the company has no intention of pursuing, but it generated quite a heck lot of excitement which prompted the Chinese company to embark on this ‘mission impossible’. anyway, that was the backstory. Continue reading This Smart Chopsticks Will Tell You If Your Food Is Safe For Consumption
no kitchen will be so tiny that it only allows for one bowl plus a couple of cutlery, but if there were to have such a scenario, then you will appreciate what the OneBowl can do and even if there isn’t such a scenario, the OneBowl is set to revolutionize the way you make Ramen or macaroni to fill your growling stomach. designed by recent college graduate Justin Herd, this is the one bowl that wants to rule them all, letting you cook (say for example, your Ramen), strain out the excess water and eat from the very same bowl – all without getting your hands burnt by the hot liquid or hot-out-of-the-oven bowl. the bowl features a built-in strainer, activated by a swift twist of the bowl, but it will remain water tight until the stainer is purposely activated. Continue reading OneBowl Lets You Cook, Strain, Eat, And Store With Just One Bowl
whoever pitched the idea of a banana case must unspoken love for bananas and possessed a deep understanding of how the tender body of this yellow fruit will easily bruise at the slightest bump. designed by David Dos Stantos for REMORK DesignStudio, the (Chiquita’s) ChiquiSafe is a dedicated container protecting your beloved banana, before its journey ends in your stomach. we love this as much as we love the Donghnut To-Go cos’ we love donuts and we love bananas. we gotta have one. Continue reading ChiquiSafe gives your banana an armor to prevent bruises