There is a great deal of hubbub on the show floor in the David L. Lawrence Convention Center during day two of the Invention and Cool Product Exposition (INPEX). Along because of the exhibitors and attendees, “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno” was there filming and companies like Hasbro, Irwin Tools and Tupperware were conducting searches for ideas to increase their product lines. Of course, the primary attraction, and the real reason for the celebration itself, was the inventions. And I Also managed to see a great deal more today. Here’s a sampling:
The InventHelp INPEX is surely an invention designed to secure drink holders from take out restaurants in a vehicle. A likely godsend to the minivan set, an individual attaches the Traybilizer to some floor mat and sets drink holders inside, locking them set up and preventing spillage.
A human-sized “sparring partner”, the Bully(TM) is six feet tall and might deliver hooks, jabs and kicks. The inventor initially developed the Bully to assist teach women self-defense, but says they have other training uses at the same time.
For the people behind the athletes – the coaches – there’s the CoachGuard(TM). After watching football coaches in the media always holding cards over there mouths, the inventor devised a far more convenient solution: a mouth shield that attaches to a headset to keep play-calling secret.
Workers looking for a more efficient tool, could get it with all the ScrewMaster(TM), which claims to double or quadruple the pace that person can fasten or loosen a screw or nut – without the additional torque. Could be a carpenter’s or handyman’s dream.
An invention a bit more “outside of the box” is Date Rings. Created to keep things fun and relaxed, these color-coded rings can be used unspoken communication tools for brand new daters or InventHelp Corporate Headquarters. Oh, the chances…
Another novel idea using a clever name is made for Your Ears Only. The concept: bandless ear muffs. In addition these ear muffs not mess up a person’s hair, they also come in colors to match different hair shades – therefore you can’t even tell when someone has them on.
You know how home gym equipment might take up a lot of space – usually with minimal use? Even though the Invisible Home Gym offers a convenient solution. This invention is really a home gym that transforms into a recliner. A person can be working out on it one minute and relaxing on it the next.
A wife invented the RockSock(TM) for her husband who works construction, now he with his fantastic fellow workers wear them all the time. This sock not simply keeps debris from getting into, it may also help socks to keep up and shoes tied.
An invention that could be used in conjunction with the RockSock is the Stink-eez®, an insert that eliminates odor and sweat in the shoe. This product happens to be being sold in skate shops, as well as the inventor claims, when used properly, the Stink-eez can work for up to a year.
Another invention that signifies everyday inventors are as innovative in naming their products since they are in inventing them is The Sqooshi. This patented invention is actually a loofah that dispenses body wash, saving space in the shower and making morning cleaning a bit more convenient.
An ideal invention to the summertime when both sun and storms are readily available, the InventHelp George Foreman is a patio umbrella that closes automatically when strong winds hit. This device prevents the umbrella from getting blown away or knocked over and damaging other garden and patio furniture.
And, naturally, people love inventing for pets. On a break or away for a day? The “Worry Free” Pet Feeder provides pets with food and water for approximately every week. This invention also could keep water and food from getting contaminated while sitting out all day long.