It’s time to flip the script and get more bang for your buck. Not to mention the fact that we waste so much liquid – whether it be from shampoo or drinks. This gadget will screw to the top of whatever bottle you like, allowing you to store it upside down so you get the full content of the bottle.
No more wasting the last few drops of shampoo! Simply just attach the Flip-It cap to any bottle and let gravity do the rest. While no one decided to invest in the product on “Shark Tank,” Flip-It founder Stephen Epstein still managed to find success on QVC.
Bumps on Keyboards
If you have ever noticed the small bumps on both the “f” and “j” keys on your keyboard and have no idea what purpose they serve, don't worry - you are not alone! Seriously, why just "f" and "j?" Do these two letters stand for something? We know what the "f" word might be...but "j?" Is this some kind of sick "joke?"
The “f” and “j” keys are located in the “home row.” The bumps allow you to navigate the keyboard with ease without looking at it. You can find the home row with your pointer fingers, and ultimately put your hands in the optimal typing position.
Throughout the years, hardware companies have been trying to create an ideal solution for opening that ridiculously stubborn plastic packaging that comes with chargers and other toys. You know, the one that even your toughest pair of scissors just can't cut through?
Well, there have been a few attempts with different tools for that thick plastic packaging, but you may like to know that the solution was sitting right there in your kitchen drawer the entire time. That's right, you can use your can opener on the edges of the plastic package and have your new item in no time!
Frywall Splatter Guard - $1.5 million
Who doesn't love to indulge in a deep-fried snack every now and then? Some homemade fries, some onion rings, some spring rolls. All of these delicious treats should be easy (and safe) to make! The problem is that sometimes you need to make that snack yourself, which brings us to another problem — trying to avoid the hot oil splatter as you fry.
If some drops of boiling hot oil jump into your eyes, you could end up having to go to the hospital - and that's just no fun whatsoever. Yair Reiner invented the Frywall to act as an oil splatter defense. Reiner impressed the investors on "Shark Tank," landing a deal with Lori Greiner.
Let's face it - how many of us love getting some Sushi but never bother to use the chopsticks to pick them up and put them in our mouths? Surely we should be eating stuff the way it should be eaten, right? No chopstick dexterity? That's fine, not everybody can master this delicate art.
Sure, this item looks like a silly fork with silly chopsticks attached, and it kind of is. But the next time you're tasked with eating a bowl of egg-fried rice, you'll certainly be pining for this invention. These chopsticks are also a fork, for those who aren't feeling too confident about their skills.