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IPhone Coffee Holder: Cool?

★~DoctorWhoGuru~★ 2013/01/30 03:10:41
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It was only a matter of time before someone invented a product that didn't force you to decide between your coffee and your phone. How do you feel about this iPhone coffee cup holder?


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  • Elz 2013/02/04 00:12:41
    Yes
    Elz
    +1
    i just don't see the point of it.
  • Shiyorisama 2013/02/01 21:21:49
    No
    Shiyorisama
    +1
    Really?
  • Vic F 2013/02/01 17:22:13
    No
    Vic F
    +1
    that's L7
    square
  • JustMe 2013/02/01 09:06:23
    No
    JustMe
    +1
    sounds like a lawsuit waiting to happen
  • C-ZAR™, Emperor of the PHÆT 2013/02/01 00:55:21
    No
    C-ZAR™, Emperor of the PHÆT
    +1
    That's just DUH-mb!
  • Karasu the Neko Vampire 2013/01/31 23:53:35
    No
    Karasu the Neko Vampire
    +1
    Why does this exist????
  • DesertBloomDenier 2013/01/31 22:46:03
    No
    DesertBloomDenier
    +1
    looks ridiculous
  • caleb.davis.7374 2013/01/31 21:09:38
    Yes
    caleb.davis.7374
  • Karlheinz 2013/01/31 20:32:22
    Yes
    Karlheinz
    +1
    seems Legit
  • tiff 2013/01/31 20:11:32
    No
    tiff
    +2
    That's just being lazy.
  • Ev Rom 2013/01/31 19:28:32
    No
    Ev Rom
    +3
    How about a bracket that wraps around the toilet and keeps your iphone in between your legs and in front of you so you can wipe comfortably? People are nuts, they can put their phone down to enjoy a coffee? I don't even understand why you would need this.
  • Ev Rom Ev Rom 2013/01/31 19:33:51
    Ev Rom
    +2
    The new ibutplug, It transmits the signal through your spine and into your eyeballs so now you are free to drink a coffee or milk shake.

    butt plug
  • ♫♪Nicole♫♪♫♪ 2013/01/31 19:07:21
    No
    ♫♪Nicole♫♪♫♪
    +4
    it's just useless
  • Not A Crybaby Richard <3Fre... 2013/01/31 18:57:42
  • JJ 2013/01/31 18:55:12
    No
    JJ
    +2
    It looks kind of sloopy...I mean it looks as if it would not work well, as it may fall over or is difficult to handle.
  • Ahrn3811 2013/01/31 18:44:54
    No
    Ahrn3811
    +2
    If the cup was full the weight of it might flip the phone out of my fingers, then I'd lose my coffee and break my phone.
  • pennie 2013/01/31 17:57:41
    No
    pennie
    +2
    some people will buy it, and then, the next thing you know my child is playing with it....stupid
  • Nekosarethebest 2013/01/31 17:44:52 (edited)
    No
    Nekosarethebest
    +1
    What is the point? Phone in one hand, coffee in the other. Aaaand you can drink your coffee at the same time.
  • Nat Turner 2013/01/31 17:44:08
    No
    Nat Turner
    +2
    What if you don't drink coffee?
  • Hermione 2013/01/31 17:40:36
    No
    Hermione
    +1
    Like the coffee would be heavier than the iPhone and then I would get all mad cause i would drop it.
  • No
    ⚥Κόζμω Græme اليا Mongrain
    +2
    Wouldn't the leverage of a near-full Venti be hard on your wrists?

    Heard a[n apocryphal) story long ago about a computer user asking Service about the broken cup-holder on her machine. When the client told the technician that the device had '4X' on it, he realized that it was the optical disc player she was talking about
  • Abï 2013/01/31 17:22:09
    No
    Abï
    +2
    One word...... 'stupid'
  • ♣Tanor Zeta Faux♣ 2013/01/31 16:58:05 (edited)
    No
    ♣Tanor Zeta Faux♣
    +2
    I'd kinda think that it'd spill more than hold it. Jeez~ why not something practical like a cup holder built into your office desk or even better: on your laptop! Well some have that anyway, but still. That's practical, this: no. Nothing should come between me and my coffee! >:c
  • PBAB 2013/01/31 16:49:57
    No
    PBAB
    +3
    What's next? Automated butt wipe?
  • ⚥Κόζμω ... PBAB 2013/01/31 17:30:48
    ⚥Κόζμω Græme اليا Mongrain
    +2
    The Japanese have developed toilets that can shower your nether regions and then air dry them
  • PBAB ⚥Κόζμω ... 2013/02/01 02:01:48
    PBAB
    +3
    Sounds like fun!
  • ⚥Κόζμω ... PBAB 2013/02/01 05:51:36
    ⚥Κόζμω Græme اليا Mongrain
    +2
    The modern toilet in Japan, in English sometimes called Super Toilet, and commonly known in Japanese as Washlet (ウォシュレット Woshuretto?) or as warm-water cleaning toilet seat (温水洗浄便座 onsui senjō benza?) is one of the most advanced types of toilet worldwide, showing a dazzling array of features. The Toto product Washlet Zoe is listed in Guinness World Records as the world's most sophisticated toilet with seven functions. However, as the model was introduced in 1997, it is now likely to be inferior to the latest model by Toto Neorest. The idea for the washlet came from abroad, and the first toilet seat with integrated bidet was produced in the United States in 1964.

    The age of the high-tech toilet in Japan started in 1980 with the introduction of the Washlet G Series by Toto, and since then the product name washlet has been used to refer to all types of Japanese high-tech toilets. As of 2002, almost half of all private homes in Japan have such a toilet, exceeding the number of households with a personal computer. While the toilet looks like a Western-style toilet at first glance, there are numerous additional features—such as blow dryer, seat heating, massage options, water jet adjustments, automatic lid opening, automatic flushing, wireless control panel, room heating and air cond...





    The modern toilet in Japan, in English sometimes called Super Toilet, and commonly known in Japanese as Washlet (ウォシュレット Woshuretto?) or as warm-water cleaning toilet seat (温水洗浄便座 onsui senjō benza?) is one of the most advanced types of toilet worldwide, showing a dazzling array of features. The Toto product Washlet Zoe is listed in Guinness World Records as the world's most sophisticated toilet with seven functions. However, as the model was introduced in 1997, it is now likely to be inferior to the latest model by Toto Neorest. The idea for the washlet came from abroad, and the first toilet seat with integrated bidet was produced in the United States in 1964.

    The age of the high-tech toilet in Japan started in 1980 with the introduction of the Washlet G Series by Toto, and since then the product name washlet has been used to refer to all types of Japanese high-tech toilets. As of 2002, almost half of all private homes in Japan have such a toilet, exceeding the number of households with a personal computer. While the toilet looks like a Western-style toilet at first glance, there are numerous additional features—such as blow dryer, seat heating, massage options, water jet adjustments, automatic lid opening, automatic flushing, wireless control panel, room heating and air conditioning for the room—included either as part of the toilet or in the seat. These features can be accessed by an (often wireless) control panel attached to the seat or mounted on a nearby wall.

    The most basic feature is the integrated bidet, a nozzle the size of a pencil that comes out from underneath the toilet seat and squirts water. It has two settings: one for washing the anus and one for the bidet. The former is called posterior wash, general use, or family cleaning, and the latter is known as feminine cleaning, feminine wash or simply bidet. At no point does the nozzle actually touch the body of the user. The nozzle is also self-cleaning and cleans itself before and after operation.

    The user can select to wash the anus or vulva by pressing the corresponding button on the control panel. Usually the same nozzle is used for both operations, but at a different position of the nozzle head, and using different openings in the nozzle to squirt water at a different angle to aim for the correct spot. Occasionally, two nozzles are used, each dedicated for one area. The control logic is also attached to a pressure switch or a proximity sensor in the toilet seat, and operates only when the seat is occupied.

    The very first models did not include this automatic switch-off. A number of curious users pressed the button while watching the toilet to see its mode of operation, and promptly received a jet of warm water in their faces.
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  • PBAB ⚥Κόζμω ... 2013/02/01 11:35:51
    PBAB
    +3
    All I needed was a square.
  • Jackie 2013/01/31 16:49:25
    No
    Jackie
    +3
    For crying out loud. Just put down the freaking phone people.
  • carlbrown4 2013/01/31 16:32:06
    No
    carlbrown4
    +2
    Drop your iPod and coffee then the coffee gets on the iPod that's a bad day and just put the coffee down
  • Nia 2013/01/31 16:29:02
    No
    Nia
    +4
    WOW! A coffee holder! What's next? Rearview mirrors so you can make sure you don't get hit next time you text and walk in the street?
  • Dyonus 2013/01/31 15:48:52
    No
    Dyonus
    +1
    I usually wedge the cup between my chest and arm when I want to type...and I still feel like I'm less likely to spill than this guy.
  • philldc... Dyonus 2013/02/01 06:01:46
  • jule-sy 2013/01/31 15:45:38
    No
    jule-sy
    +2
    It's an accident waiting to happen.
  • Tropiceagle33 2013/01/31 15:21:51
    Yes
    Tropiceagle33
    +1
    let's give it a geek trial!!!
  • Platinum Fangs 2013/01/31 15:20:28
    No
    Platinum Fangs
    +1
    Put down either your phone or your coffee. Actually, put them both down. In the greater scheme of things, your better off with just a track phone and some hot cocoa.
  • Dyonus Platinu... 2013/01/31 15:50:06
    Dyonus
    +2
    Being a big coffee drinker, I can honestly say that hot chocolate is no substitute for coffee when you absolutely want coffee. Don't get me wrong, I like hot chocolate, but I fail to see how someone is better off with it.
  • andrew.pullman1 2013/01/31 15:16:47
    No
    andrew.pullman1
    +2
    Stupid
  • Bookworm 2013/01/31 15:13:17
    No
    Bookworm
    +1
    It looks ridiculous
  • Soviet Revolution 2013/01/31 14:59:40
    No
    Soviet Revolution
    +2
    No just no.

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