This Designer Creates Inventions Nobody Asked For To Solve Problems That Don’t Exist

Matt Benedetto is a product designer from Burlington, Vermont that is on a quest to design products to help solve the most difficult problems in the world… that don’t really exist. His collection of unnecessary inventions is filled with products that no one is asking for but Matt has taken it upon himself to bring these products to life anyway.

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  1. Koizoh Rível September 8, 2019

    This guy is a certified genius.

  2. Anonymous September 8, 2019

    His eyes !

  3. I.P. Freely September 8, 2019

    Need a link to his Amazon store. He has solved so many important under appreciated issues in daily life.

  4. Jimmy Joe Bob September 8, 2019

    Well, that portable cereal bowl is just stupid – what if you’re left-handed? This guy obviously needs to think a little more carefully about his inventions.

  5. Anonymous September 8, 2019

    Give this guy the Nobel prize!!

  6. Aretin Dragenfels September 8, 2019

    That’s the best use I have seen for a 3D-Printer ever. Probably bought one and didn’t found any other use…

  7. A S Hole September 9, 2019

    My kind of guy. Modern-day Monty Python. Rock on Sir!!

  8. June September 9, 2019

    Jimmy Joe Bob, you just put the cereal bowl on your right wrist. I suppose you have been waiting for someone to say this. LOL!

  9. Timbo September 9, 2019

    I’d like to sell the Baguette back-pack in France. And quit working.

  10. Anonymous September 9, 2019

    Tear rings :D

  11. Anonymous September 9, 2019

    Genius :D :D :D

  12. Anonymous September 9, 2019

    Invent on, you Edisons, you!

  13. Chris Beckstrom September 9, 2019

    Now I can finally eat in private when I go out. Thanks dude!

  14. Anonymous September 9, 2019

    Love them all

  15. pandaKrusher September 9, 2019

    The sweat gutter is real and is fairly popular

  16. The Kid September 9, 2019

    The LEGO sock is genius. Having kids you know. Not only you avoid stepping on them in a hurtful way, you can go picking them up and brushing them off on a bin.

  17. Bubba Joe Bob September 10, 2019

    Somebody got a 3D printer for Christmas.

  18. BTVVTB September 10, 2019

    He got a cease and desist from crocs.

  19. Bob September 11, 2019

    The Taco Feeder would work a lot better with burritos.

  20. FrenchMan September 11, 2019

    De porte baguettes!! C’est geniale!!!!

  21. Anonymous September 12, 2019

    Thank goodness for a well-placed hyphen: Neckl-ice is much preferable to neck-lice!

  22. Anonymous September 12, 2019

    Tear-rings would be helpful during allergy season.

  23. Anonymous September 12, 2019

    A reverse lint roller is called a dog.

  24. Faith September 13, 2019

    This is a type of art created by a Japanese artist in the 1990s. It’s called Chindogu.
    Please edit your article to give proper credit to the original inventor of this art, Kenji Kawakami

  25. Anonymous September 13, 2019

    Shut up, Faith. You don’t need to ruin everything. It’s a lighthearted article. Debby downer

  26. Anonymous September 15, 2019

    Professor Farnsworth will nearly invent the Finglonger.

  27. barbigirl64 September 15, 2019

    Faith, Every party needs a pooper that’s we invited you, Party-pooper! Party-pooper!!!

  28. Jen B September 16, 2019

    As for giving this fantastic fool proper recognition, I vote for him to receive the inaugural Nope-bel Prize! I’m a big fan of the eating curtain secured to the schnoz.

  29. Anonymous September 19, 2019

    I think the Taco Feeder and the Curtain for Secret Eating should be marketed as a set!

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