Ridiculous Travel Products Ever (Video Included)

CUSHIONS to filter farts and stickers designed to protect travellers’ nudity from airport scanners are just some of the latest ridiculous travel products on offer.

Flying Pasties:- These orange rubber stickers – branded “Flying Pasties” – are designed to be placed inside or on top of a traveller’s underwear and obscure their private parts from controversial full-body airport scanners. See full model photo here (a bit rude for my blog)


Snuggle Tent:- The JakPak jacket-tent outfit was unveiled earlier and is designed so that travellers can don the waterproof shirt during the day before transforming it into a tent at night.

Snazzy Napper:-  A product offering travellers “privacy in a bag” by acting as a shield has been laughed off by commuters as “ridiculous”.

Fart-filtering cushion:-  You no longer have to be embarrassed by the untimely passing of gas while travelling with your friends or family, the GasBGon cushion promises.

Travel bib:- Are you a messy eater? Avoid spilling food on your clothes while travelling with the BeltzBib. It attaches to a shoulder harness and is essentially a grown-up’s version of a baby’s bib.

Yes and there is even a Travel bidet.

To see all the photo’s of these ridiculous travel products and a lot of others as well “News.com.au” have them in a picture gallery there are 10 photo’s altogether.

To read more about these items, and others, Kate Schneider from “The Daily Telegraph” has all the information.

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4 Responses to Ridiculous Travel Products Ever (Video Included)

  1. Jill says:

    I haven’t laugh so much in ages, and some of the comments in the paper are hilarious.

  2. Ian says:

    A travel bidet, what will they think of next? I also had a good laugh.

    • magsx2 says:

      Hi Ian,
      Yes, I had a bit of trouble believing someone had come up with that one, it would of taken a bit of imagination I think.
      Thank You for visiting and making a comment.

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