When it comes to forehead-slappingly brilliant inventions our Japanese friends are world leaders. From phase distortion synthesis and Space Invaders to monosodium glutamate and instant noodles. But the stupendously silly Potato Crisp Hand
surely trumps the lot.
Despite resembling Mickey Mouse’s amputated arm, this ingenious grabber is set to become a must-have accessory
amongst discerning crisp-munchers. Why? Because it allows you to scoff crisps without getting your mitts greasy
. Simply push the button and the comedy hand will pluck your crisps from their packet or pile. Look ma, no hands!
No more greasy fingers!
Ideal for screen monkeys eager to avoid greasy keyboards, the Potato Crisp Hand
features an ingenious clutch mechanism (or NBCS – No Broken Clutch System) that makes crisp breakage virtually impossible
, no matter how hard you press the button. Busted Quavers? No way!
It even boasts a No Table Touch System
so it won’t sully surfaces when you put it down. This really is the pinnacle of industrial engineering. Sort of. Pass the Pringles.