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Saturday, September 8, 2012

Crazy inventions of the past I

Below is a collection of some crazy inventions in the past...You must admit though that some of them actually are very innovative and ingenious.

Anti-Bandit Bag, 1963

from bezbrige.com
Inventor John H T Rinfret demonstrates his anti-bandit bag. 

To foil thieves the chain is pulled and the bottom of the case falls out so the contents are scattered over the floor. That'll stop those thieves from getting at the contents of your bag! No, wait. It won't.

“Boat Tunnel” for Harbor Crossing (Aug, 1932)

from izismile.com

Proposed as a substitute for the suggested Golden Gate suspension bridge at San Francisco is an ingenious boat tunnel of unique design which, it is claimed, can be built for one-third the estimated $35,000,000 cost of a suspension bridge.

Hubbard Electrometer, 1968.

from bezbrige.com

The founder of the Church of Scientology L. Ron Hubbard created this Hubbard Electrometer to find out whether tomatoes experience pain. The conclusion was that they scream when sliced.


from izismile.com
A MECHANICAL horse that trots and gallops on steel-pipe legs, under the impulse of a gasoline engine, is the recent product of an Italian inventor. With this horse, he declares, children may be trained to ride. The iron Dobbin is said to canter along a road or across a rough field with equal ease. Its design recalls the attempts of inventors, before the days of the automobile, to imitate nature and produce a mechanical steed capable of drawing a wagon.

Rainy Day Cigarette Holder, 1954.

from bezbrige.com

Illuminated Tires, 1961

from bezbrige.com

A woman adjusts her stocking by the light of the Goodyear's illuminated tires. The tire is made from a single piece of synthetic rubber and is brightly lit by bulbs mounted inside the wheel rim.

Beating Breasts, 1963
from bezbrige.com
A pair of artificial breasts with a built-in heartbeat, an invention from  Japan intended as a sleeping aid for very young children.


Crazy inventions of the past II

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