Totally worth it.
What separates really well-designed stuff from merely handy things is that we often don't realize we needed it. It's like someone anticipated needs we didn't even know we had.
It's amazing just how much well-designed stuff is even out there. For all the junk that litters our lives, there's just as much that has real thought behind it — but we could still use more of it. The good news is that things are always evolving, and it's only going to get better and better.
Totally worth it.
It has to be so much easier to just write vital statistics down on the back of your hand — these must literally save lives.
Pretty sure everyone would love these on grocery day.
That's how you get repeat customers — by looking out for them. I wonder if they do it for Valentine's Day as well.
Seen in Australia, but these should be everywhere — there's no way of knowing how nasty the sun is by temperature alone.
No idea how often it gets updated, but tourists must feel a bit more comfortable with that in hand.
Note that filling up the scale won't make the elevator fall, it just won't move at all.
Where was this when I was in college?
At the very least, its soothing scent has to be a pleasant accompaniment to any meeting/seminars/classes you have to take notes in.
Which also assumes that people still use paper maps — which I'm sure some older folks, who might be targeted by pickpockets, still do.
Because you can't just lie on the beach without a good book, can you?
This gets even handier as the jar gets emptier.
The keyboard stows away alongside the monitor, too, maximizing the amount of space you can create.
It takes all the guess work and sniffing out of the equation — when it hits zero, throw that meat out.
When they're ready to graduate, they can just break it apart for proper food pinching.
The struggle is real. Every dang week on clean sheet day I have been suffering needlessly, never realizing these were a thing.
If I had one of these in my house, I would definitely shave more often.
Well, at long last, someone brought that beautiful dream to life!
Because how often do you see some strange chemical name on a package and have to wonder why it's even there? All the time.
Maybe not a Nobel, but considering the pain and suffering this will save concert-goers, a Grammy wouldn't be inappropriate.
Which will come in super handy if, say, an elderly person has a fall and needs help, or the elevator fills with smoke.
If cities want to be more bike-friendly, they could do worse than these.
Now, if only it wasn't single-use plastic, it would be perfect.
This one projects the time onto the floor below instead, which eliminates a problem and is cool.