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The Dechoker Is For When The Heimlich Manoeuvre Doesn’t Work Out


Choking is bad, m’kay? It’s probably one of the most horrifying ways to die, so we’re happy that most people are at least somewhat aware of life-saving techniques like the Heimlich manoeuvre. But you know, it doesn’t always work. Or even worse, not everyone knows how to perform it, so a person in distress that could otherwise be saved ends up kicking the bucket needlessly. Well, the Dechoker is a product intended to come into the fray after Heimlich has either failed to work, or failed to be performed for lack of knowledge. It’s basically a vacuum pump that you place over a person’s mouth, while they’re on their back; you pull the plunger and hopefully dislodge your blockage in the process. You then place them on the side until they recover. It’s a brilliant tool to keep in your first aid kit, and definitely worth the astronomical $149.95 asking price.


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Leatherdos: Every Tool a Girl Needs That She Can Wear on Her Hair

Leatherdos Multitool Clip

This might just be the one accessory girls (and dudes with long hair) can’t live without: the Leatherdos. It’s a typical hair clip that can keep bangs and stray hair away from your face. It also happens to be a one-of-a-kind multitool that can do more than what you’d expect to be able to do with a hair accessory.

Designed by industrial design student Yaacov Goldberg, the Leatherdos packs in a wrench, screw driver, ruler, mini saw, and trolley coin. When you need to tighten a screw or measure something, just unclip and use as you please.

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GloveBucket Lets You Do Messy Jobs Without Getting Messy Yourself


There are times when you need to do something potentially messy, but can’t quite afford to get dirty yourself. Say you have a classroom full of students that would love to play around with some dirt in biology class, but are all wearing clean clothes. Or you just finished painting and want to clean the brushes. The GloveBucket is a “5-gallon (19-liter) high-density polyethylene bucket, with a removable transparent acrylic lid. The bucket has round holes in two of its sides, which a pair of included heavy-duty rubber gloves extend through from the outside – the gloves seal around the holes.” You just need to insert your hands into the bucket and play around with whatever it is inside, while staying perfectly clean on the outside. It’s $49.


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