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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47 thoughts on “This Designer Creates Inventions Nobody Asked For To Solve Problems That Don’t Exist”

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

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  2. 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.

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

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  4. 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!

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  5. 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.

  6. 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

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  7. 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.

  8. I hope a museum purchases each one of these items and keeps them on permanent display.

    What a brilliant artist/inventor/satirist

  9. I really need the baguette backpack! I get anxiety if I’m not within 6″ of bread when I’m out and about. The only thing missing is a bread jack to move the bread up as one eats it.

  10. Great invention ideas. I love the “Tear-rings” does this guy sell this stuff on like, amazon or ebay? I’d love to get some of this crazy guys’ stuff!! Also, A S hole, the black night said “We’ll call it a draw.” Does that mean we might get to see a sequel in the future? Sorry, I just needed to say that to someone who knows. :D And, if you were wondering, French guy ment : THe portable baggets, it’s great. I think, let me check the translater….

    so I was wrong. Apparently French guy said (this is from the Bing translator)
    From door chopsticks!! That’s great!!!!

    👇FROM DOOR CHOPSTICKS I SAY give a like, if thy agree…eth

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