Gadgets for ‘super-lazy’ hit US market

A range of bizarre gadgets from a self-stirring cup of tea to an automatic banana peeler have been launched in the US market.

Written by Agencies | London | Published: September 18, 2012 11:34 am

A range of bizarre gadgets from a self-stirring cup of tea to an automatic banana peeler have been launched in the US market keeping the ‘super-lazy’ in mind.

From refrigerators that pour your beer for you,to slippers that mop the floor as you walk inventors seem to be catering to the ‘super-lazy’.

Men who want to flaunt six-pack abs without hitting the gym can just fake it with an odd metal contraption,designed to be worn under the shirt to push flab through in a grid pattern,the Daily Mail reported.

For ice cream lovers,mechanical cones twist ice cream to save on drips,while a tea bag dunker protects the wrists from repetitive strain injury.

The lazy book lovers would delight at an automatic book reading chair that puts the reader at the perfect angle to read the book without having to hold it.

The products also include a bed that makes itself and a foot-dressing device that pulls on your socks for you.

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