Paper towels for the lazy germaphobe

The ultimate in ... something.

Uber-Review

We're impressed. Crave is proud of its unfettered history of laziness , but even we might be too embarrassed to have something like this.

The "iTouchless Towel-Matic Automatic Sensor Paper Towel Dispenser" promises to handle the laborious task of pulling a sheet from the roll, which we all know is a back-breaking experience. To be fair, as Uber-Review notes, it could make a nice gift for your favorite germaphobe.

Actually, given our own idiosyncrasies , maybe this idea isn't as bad as we thought. We just hope that it's more efficient than its seven-word name.

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    Mike Yamamoto is an executive editor for CNET News.com.

     

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