These Inventions Solve Some First World Problems

These Inventions Solve Some First World Problems

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Quite frankly, first world problems get pretty annoying after a while. These innovative inventions address our pettiest problems in a stylish manner. While there are endless improvements to be made in society, these creations move us one step closer in keeping up with The Jetsons.

1. Caution signs shaped like bananas.

Inventions Credit: Incredible Things

2. Paying for your subway fare with empty bottles.

Inventions Credit: Freakin' Facts

3. Stop lights that show your wait time.

Inventions Credit: Core 77

4. A pizza vending machine?!

Inventions Credit: Imgur

5. Rechargeable batteries, USB style.

Inventions Credit: iGreenSpot

6. In-wall USB plug ins that light up!

Inventions Credit: App Advice

 
Inventions Credit: Universal Design Style

7. Never miss a second of another movie!

Inventions Credit: Ayoye

8. A deluxe movie theatre with comfortable seating.

Inventions Credit: The Atlantic

9. A parking lot with lights showing what spots are open.

Inventions Credit: llut5a5

10. A solar powered cell phone charger.

Inventions Credit: Design is This

11. Easy rip tape! Perfect for Christmas morning.

Inventions Credit: Quirky

Inventions Credit: Quirky

12. A 360 degree wall outlet.

Inventions Credit: Metaphys

13. A collapsable bike rack.

Inventions Credit: The Photo Mag

14. An extendable expansion cord.

Inventions Credit: Yanko Designs

 
Inventions Credit: Yanko Designs

15. No tangle headphones.

Inventions Credit: Wimp

16. Never lose your keys again!

Inventions Credit: NPR

17. A backpack with an attached hood.

Inventions Credit: Cool Things

18. A phone charger that derives energy from the temperature of your drink.

Inventions Credit: CNet

19. An easy clean brush.

Inventions Credit: Ego Kick

20. A consistently dry bench.

Inventions Credit: Bietthu

21. The best way to throw away trash.

Inventions Credit: Stargerine

22. A built-in extension cord.

Inventions Credit: Wired

I don't know about you, but I'm going to buy some of these cool gadgets!   H/T: Bright Side, The Atlantic, Ego Kick  

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