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The World's Most Useless Toilet Gadgets

1 July 2014

There are some seriously pointless gadgets out there and possibly none less useless than the three toilet related ones The Crack has uncovered this month.

How many of you have had your phone leap from your hands into the toilet bowl? The iGadget toilet roll holder has been designed so you’ll never lose an iPhone to the dark depths of the porcelain ever again. An iPhone or iPod dock with a twist, the iGadget combines a phone dock and toilet roll holder, so that you can also play your own soundtrack to your bathroom symphonies while collecting toilet paper from the roll.

Next we have the iPotty. Winner of several ‘worst toy of the year awards’, this gadget is a bizarre combination of iPad and potty designed to help young children with toilet training. A clip-on seat cover can be attached to convert the potty, so they can play apps and watch videos while going about their business.

Last we have the Loo Read. This nifty retractable banner-style tabletop can be pulled across your lap so that you can read the paper or even do your makeup all while sitting on the toilet. While multitasking is a great skill to have, it’s perhaps not necessary in this particular environment.

Want two minutes of your life back after reading that? We’re not surprised. But at least you can trust in The Crack to bring you the latest in novelty toilet technology.

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