While holiday shopping, we ran across these hilarious fake gift boxes, purporting to contain an outrageous assortment of high-tech gadgets.
iArm forearm mount
"Delta Technology presents the iArm, the forearm mount that gives you, well, an extra arm. Just 4.5 pounds and fully adjustable, the iArm lets you take your favorite gadget with you."
These are simple rectangular cardboard boxes, each printed with art and copy purporting to tout a fantastic gift-ready gadget. Of course, none of these devices actually exists; these are just dummy boxes for you to use to disguise your own gifts.
"Never touch your pets again! Todd Lawson's Pet Petter is the perfect gift for the dog/cat/horse/sheep lover on your list. The Pet Petter is an automatic petting device that has four different speeds for all types of hair lengths, is rechargeable for hotel use, and includes six de-flea pads!"
"Going to the big game, an art show, or a counseling session? Just fill the Beer Beard with up to 72 ounces of your favorite refreshment, strap it on, and sip at your leisure through the patented 'Thirs-T-Tooob.' With the Beer Beard, you'll always be undercover and overhydrated!"
"Know someone whose hobbies include cooking and/or sleeping? Then the Dream Griddle is the perfect gift! With industry-leading features like a convenient Snooze/Preheat function and a built-in carbon monoxide detector, it's easy to see why Wake & Bake is the clear choice."
"Every golfer has purchased their share of questionable gadgets, but this one will really confuse 'em. 'Legendary' teaching pro Chance Manning's Birdie Belt features GPS rangefinder, corkscrew, tee storage, antenna, stainless steel tools all on your belt."