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    Wait Until You See These 31 Inventions. You’re Going To Want Them All.

    I want #19!

    You've never heard of these 31 inventions before, but you're going to want them all. Seriously. Some of these are pure genius, with the potential to change your life. Others, well... I'll let you decide for yourself.
    So sit back, relax, pull up your Amazon Wish List, and get your wallet ready. First though, you should probably hide your credit card.

    1.) So simple. I need this.

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    2.) Now toast will never be burnt.

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    3.) That's how you lock a USB drive.

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    4.) The tie flask.

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    I guess you could fill it with juice or something?

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    5.) Keep those stains off the carpet.

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    6.) This is how you prevent people from breaking their toes in the middle of the night.

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    7.) This would make my life so much more sanitary.

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    8.) Corner frames.

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    9.) Pizza scissors!

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    10.) Taking your goldfish for a walk.

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    11.) The pillow for blocking out light and sound anywhere.

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    12.) Creates a bird feeder out of your bread crumbs.

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    13.) Anti-sandwich theft device.

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    14.) Ahh! Goodbye extension cords.

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    15.) Who even buys batteries any more?

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    My local Starbucks could use a few of these.

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    17.) A sprayers the goes right into the fruit.

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    18.) Piano doorbell.

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    19.) Perfect.

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    20.) Never miss any of the ocean's beauty.

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    20.) Never miss any of the ocean's beauty.

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    21.) Answer your smart phone without it ever leaving your pocket.

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    22.) Who wouldn't want one of these?

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    23.) The baby carriage, scooter hybrid.

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    It just looks dangerous.

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    24.) The easiest way to grill.

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    25.) Great for those summer BBQs.

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    26.) Solar powered smart phone charging.

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    27.) Don't get your fingers wet.

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    28.) Hehehe. Cute and useful.

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    28.) Hold on tight!

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    30.) Handy on those partly cloudy days.

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    31.) Greatest pen ever.

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    I need to find a place that sells that double sided toothpaste.
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    #5- how do you set it down? Or do your guests have to take their glasses while you hold the tray?
    #8- I could have used those in the dorm!
    #18- need NOW!
    #23- I can see young parents zooming all over Chicago with these.
    #28- I don't get it. mittens?
    Yikes! I've been Boo'd ... right off of the stage!
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    #28 - the mitten for the child is sewn/fastened to the mom's mitten so the hand-holding is a little more secure. I doubt this would be much in demand, but who knows?
    "Be yourself. Everyone else is already taken." -Oscar Wilde

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    These look like items one might find in Skymall.
    I've been finally defrosted by cassiesmom!
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    I like the color scan pen thingy an the umbrella that turns into a tote/purse thingy

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    Saw 19 at a hair salon, ours should be here tomorrow.......Will do a review if anyone is interested?

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    Please do let us know how it does, Richard!
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    "Cats," he said eventually. "Cats are nice."

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    #6 - Never saw myself as a "cutting edge" person, but Bobcat and I have had these Bright Feet Slippers for years as I posted here in 2007" http://petoftheday.com/talk/showthre...hlight=slipper

    Very handy when kitties are always underfoot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phesina View Post
    Please do let us know how it does, Richard!
    Sure bet....I'll get the name of the model and other stuff, for you.

    The one we bought was about 120 bucks for a white model, the black model was 99........

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    Quote Originally Posted by RICHARD View Post
    Sure bet....I'll get the name of the model and other stuff, for you.

    The one we bought was about 120 bucks for a white model, the black model was 99........
    LOL, we got an email saying the model we wanted was backlogged until January, so we re-ordered in a different color.
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    Got it and just took it for a test drive!!

    http://eyevac.com/

    The model we bought is the EyeVac Professional model.

    I just swept up some dirt and pet hair and it worked like it was suppose to.


    It has a dustbin that opens from the front - It looks and opens like an old mailboxes you'd see on a street corner. The dustbin swings down and you can remove it to empty the contents. The dust bin has a washable filter and their also is a secondary washable filter on the side of the unit.

    It has a three position knob on the side, Off/on/auto.

    You sweep up the pile in front of the unit and hit the 'start' button on the front of the unit-, just above the intake - BOOM, all your dust is gone! The machine only runs for a few seconds long enough to pick up the mess then shuts off.....

    The one draw back -like other vacuums - is the size of the stuff you want to pick up?


    Otherwise? I like it!

    I don't know how it would operate on a floor with carpet on it.....we only have hardwood on ours so I'd read some of the testimonials to get an idea if it suits your needs!!!
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