We here at Bit Rebels are constantly sent odd, weird, completely insane, but wonderful innovations and products that will put a huge smile on your face. They are not always motivated by need, but instead they are made up sort of like pretty much every product that Apple releases. Apple usually never creates a product that their customers need. They create products that their customers didn’t know they need, and that has always been the saying. That is exactly what most of the products that we get to see here are founded on. Even though they won’t become mega cash cows compared to the size of Apple’s products, they are still very interesting to read about.
A new product called the JoeyBra is a great example of this. It’s a product developed by a company with the same name as their product. It’s one of those quirky products that you start out being quite distant towards. However, when you start reading about it, the concept isn’t too bad after all. It’s not yet a real product since it is still in its Kickstarter phase, but when it’s released, it will sell for around $30. Their goal of getting $4,000 pledges has already been met, so it looks like this one will be realized soon.
It’s basically a bra with a few hidden areas where you can store you gadgets, credit cards etc. I can imagine that this will be quite an interesting product for ladies who constantly battle with their handbags and have for a long time tried to find something a little bit more… mobile and compact. One thing that struck me though is the way the smartphone is stored. If I am not mistaken, storing a cell phone that close to the armpit and breast might not be the ultimate location, especially when there are so many reports of breast cancer and that cell phones have been thought to cause cancer in general from emitting radio waves that heat up and possibly damage tissue. But, there is no doubt that this will this be a great way to store your credit card and other small things. However, a smartphone? Maybe I am just misinformed when it comes to this, so I leave room for my humble error should this be the case.
I always ask myself the same question when I see a new product. Just how many people would be interested in this? Are you one of the ladies who will take a closer look at this when it is released? Could you see yourself sport this kind of bra in order to store your things more conveniently?
Via: [Incredible Things]