This invention is pretty questionable and very much depends on how you’re planning on using it. If you’re planning on putting your baby to work, then maybe you should reconsider. But if you think the outfit is at least kind of cute and perhaps feel that it couldn’t hurt, seeing as your baby is crawling around the floor all day anyway, then, why not?
Just don’t use this as an actual substitute for real mopping. Your floor will still be dirty if you don’t take care of that. And, also, please, please wash that thing daily. If your baby is going to be rolling around as an extra absorptive cleaning tool, then it’s best you keep your baby and their clothes as clean as humanly possible.
Ping Pong Door
Your doorway no longer needs to be just a boring doorway anymore. Gone are the days of simply walking in and out rooms in your house. With the ping pong door set, you can turn your home into the greatest house on the block. All you need is two people...and a doorway!
Set up the table anywhere two rooms are connected. You can go one on one, to doubles and ping pong the boredom away.
This is pretty nifty. To get real protection from the rain, you always have to keep that umbrella pretty low down. Good umbrellas that shield your own face often block your vision and shallow umbrellas flip inside out from a single gust of wind. With goggle umbrellas, it's goodbye to all those umbrella related issues.
Now you can just carry around your umbrella at eye level, keep super dry and completely see where you're going through the plastic space for your eyes. It's perfect and it's odd how this isn't on all umbrellas.
Hug Me Pillow
Hmm, we don't judge. Folks gotta do what folks gotta do to fight the lonely bug away. If you're tired of those lonely nights and can't do much about it, then this pillow might bring you a world of comfort. It's big, sturdy yet cushiony man arm will hug you through the night and keep you safe.
You can have your hug pillow dressed up in a button-downed shirt to make you feel like you're cozying up to a business-man. You can also dress it up in whatever else you like! It's your pillow!
Home Security Bot
This home security guard is a self-driving lawnmower. Like the Roomba vacuum cleaner, this high-tech robot navigates the perimeter of the lawn and mows it, automatically steering clear of obstacles as small as dog poop. When its battery runs low, the autonomous mower cruises over to the power source and plugs itself in.
But that's not all. The bot provides a 360-degree security camera with remote access. Loaded with AI features, powered by an algorithm, and fully compatible with Alexa, it’s one smart lawnmower. Imagine if you hired a gardner who could also be your bouncer. That's what this device basically is.