The Buick Flamingo
Here’s another item back from 1961. We have to admit, this car looks pretty amazing with its rotating passenger seat. But where are the safety belts?
Just push the button and wait until your hair gets soft and fluffy. This one is from 1962.
Pedal roller skates look like Segways for your feet. Here’s an older model from 1910.
The Cat-Mew machine
If you are about to give up on mousetraps, you should consider of buying this machine. It says “mew”, makes different cat noises and keeps the mice away. This is an invention from 1963.
Plastic face protection
From 1939 on, women no longer worried about their makeup during rain or snowstorms. Now your look can stay totally safe!
The spinning hat emergency toilet paper roll
Desperate times call for desperate measures — especially when you’re sick. SOS tissues to take with you on-the-go is the perfect solution! What a sweet vintage Japanese invention!
A back brush
Just look into a rear-view mirror and you will know where to use the brush! This is an invention from 1947.
This carrying device was invented in the 1930s to give housewives some free time. Can’t afford a nanny? Get a baby holder!
The Hubbard Electrometer
The famous L. Ron Hubbard, founder of the Church of Scientology, invented the Hubbard Electrometer in 1968 to find out if tomatoes could feel pain. His conclusion was that tomatoes would “scream when being sliced”.
Full-face swimming mask
This mask from 1925 seems convenient, it surely keeps your makeup in place. Why don’t such masks exist nowadays?
Have you ever heard of keeping a pokerface? We’d be wearing this to our poker games back in 1932.
This brush was invented in the 1950s to fit a bald head’s contour complete with bristles for brushing hair. The brush’s gentle massage was a nice bonus.
This boat was designed to see everything below the water. This was for extremely curious people only.
He looks like he’s concentrating — either on the newspaper he’s reading, or the news from 1931 that he is listening to on his head...
These Japanese artificial breasts with a built-in heartbeat were meant to calm down small children in the 1960s.