Perhaps there is no reason to get cutesy when it comes to keeping utensils off the counter. Here is a resourceful little gizmo that slides onto a spatula, spoon, or whatever utensil is in use. It is so basic but so effective.
Keeping a greasy mess off counters is a priority of anyone who cooks. It’s not as effective for drippy foods like soup, but it sure is inventive.
For the Truly Impatient
The call button for this elevator is down the hall. That means, chances are, you won’t have to wait long for the doors to open. Just press the button and, ideally, walk right into an open elevator. Smart design? Or a lot of wasted calls? It seems like an efficient solution.
We’d like to see elevator buttons everywhere placed 30 feet out, just in case it works.
It's About Time!
Say goodbye to pulling up sleeves, and say hello to one jacket you are not going to leave! This winter jacket has a see-through window on the lower part of the sleeve, so you don't have to do much to see the time.
Now, we know the position of the window is not in the exact place and it needsto be slightly lower, but hey, this is what we found so this will do!
A Stable Ladle
Leaving a ladle in the pot can cause it to fall over and into whatever soup you're making. It’s a mess. But this clever soup ladle stands upright and ready for the next scoop or serving. Plus, it’s cute.
The Loch Ness design makes the stable ladle as practical as it is adorable with little legs to hold it steady.
Look Ma, No Hands
This hands-free umbrella could really come in handy on rainy days for that mom scooter. But a hands-free umbrella is great for just about anyone. If tinted, it can be used as a sunshade too. With a push of a button, it retracts or opens automatically.
Withstanding 40 mph winds, gone are the days the umbrella rips inside out by a freezing gust. The whole contraption is securely mounted like a backpack.