You are driving down a beautiful and remote highway in Nevada. It does not have any landmarks, and you do not have a destination. Just miles and miles of sand, low growing plants and more sand.
The highway takes a sharp turn, and you enter a little town. You are running low on gas, and it is getting dark, so you decide to drive around to look for a gas station, and perhaps a hotel.
The town appears to be empty, and all the windows are boarded up. At the end of a road find an old house. “What the heck”, you decide to yourself, “I should check it out”. Besides, this is the only house that you can enter without removing the boards from windows.
Inside the house appears to be empty. The dust is the only thing that stayed. All the doors are taken off, except one. Of course, now that your interest is peaking, you decide to enter it. Inside the room is a table with a wallet on it. You open the wallet, and it has a fresh, untouched crispy $5 bill in it, and it looks like it has just been printed.
You turn around, and there is a laptop on the floor, with AliExpress open in the new tab.
“The start have aligned” – you think to yourself, even though you don't believe in astrology. Now that your balance has a positive $5 on it, you have to spend it.
And here are some sweet product ideas.
AUTOMATIC DOOR SHUTTER
This handy device attaches to the doorframe, and slowly closes the door after it is opened. The mechanism is mechanical, and does not require the use of batteries.
Because closing the door behind yourself is for peasants.
DEBIT/CREDIT CARD WRAPS
If your bank, like most of the banks, does not allow you to customize your cards, this is for you.
These credit/debit card wraps make a regular boring card into a work of art, or into a witty commentary on the political or economic issues.
MINIATURE (WORKING!) LAMP
This is a tiny lamp. It looks like a lamp for ants, but it works like a regular lamp.
If your desktop is as cluttered as mine, this might be the perfect size for it.
Hopefully, you will spend your life without going to prison, unless you count buying products at these prices, because it is basically a steal of a deal!
But in case you want to feel what it's like to live in Southern states in 1930's, here is a little harmonica.
TRAVEL SOAP SHEETS
These single-use soap sheets are awesome. Super-compact, and useful for camping and travelling.
Since they're sheets, they're TSA-compliant (you can put them in your carry-on). Great for hand-washing hands and clothes in the hotel sink.
Even if you are not a fisherman or an old-timey motel clerk, you can still make use of this handy retractable holder.
Unleash your inner dad and never lose your keys again!
NOSE HAIR TRIMMER
While some of the nasal hair are manually removed by picking your nose (your FBI agent sees it all!), the more efficient way of doing it is with a nasal hair trimmer.
Pack, click, lock.
Prevent any dust, water or anything else from getting into them, to ensure that the tools and/or documents are readily available for you when you need them!
I've cleaned my keyboard for the first time in years, and let me tell you: it was not pretty.
Ensure that your keys are more sanitary and are free of spores and foreign lifeforms 🤮
~ Random Product of The Week ~