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The iPhone Of Toilets

Kohler is selling a toilet called Numi. Its lid and (heated) seat open automatically, it flushes automatically, has a bidet with adjustable position, water pressure and temperature, a dryer (of course), and a deodorizing charcoal filter.




It also warms your feet by gently blowing hot air at the bottom and plays music — either your own through an input jack in the magnetic docking station where the remote sits (yes, the Numi has a remote), or from FM radio. The remote is touchscreen, controls the bidet, dryer and heating options, and saves preferences per user.

And not to worry, there are auxiliary controls in case you lose the remote. The water tank “delivers unprecedented water savings and power” and has illuminated panels so you can find it at night. All yours for 6400$. And here’s a ridiculously lavish commercial for it, in which the toilet is for some reason in the living room:


The opulence guy with the tiny giraffe from the DirecTV commercial probably has like a dozen of these.

From Kohler

iPanties: Slide To Unlock

Someone with a brilliantly filthy mind is selling these for 12$:

Like the iPhone, they come in black or white.


From iPanties

Superhero Snuggies

These are made by Warner Bros., not the company that makes Snuggies, so they’re called “throw blankets with sleeves.” And they’re just the thing to get a shivering nerd for Christmas. Amazon has Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Spiderman and Harry Potter snuggies. Depending on which you get, they’re 25-80$.



Batman Comfy Throw Blanket With Sleeves



Superman Comfy Throw Blanket With Sleeves



Wonder Woman Comfy Throw Blanket With Sleeves "Being Wonderous"



Harry Potter Comfy Throw Blanket With Sleeves

From Neatorama

Jackasstic Family Decal

You can buy one at Etsy.

From Happy Place

It’s Fran-can-stein

You see, because it turns a can into a stein. Much better name than Can Grip, if you ask me. But the idea is nevertheless, just as awesome.

Can Grip, via imgur

2D Glasses

Do 3D movies give you headaches? Are you a 2D snob? But does your boyfriend/girlfriend/only friend love going to 3D movies, putting you in the bad position of shunning the only person who loves you? Now you don’t have to, thanks to 2D glasses that show you 3D movies like they were made 1996. $10, including shipping.

2D-Glasses via Time