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10 Completely Bizarre Eco Gadgets


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Wow. Loads of crap right there. :lol:

The most pointless thing there must be the Green Capsule.

"The Green Capsule is a tiny plant inside a keychain or pendant. Essentially it’s a seed and a small quantity of soil. However, once the seed germinates, you’ll need to remove it and replace it with another seed. It serves no practical purpose, and at $84, it’ll make your eyes water too!"

:lol:

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Wow, most of those are just rubbish!

The cardboard toilet isn't even supposed to be an eco friendly solution.. I have seen those things before (not used, thank god), and they are meant to be for convenience more than anything, in case you're caught short on a long drive or something. I think I'd rather wait until the next service stop than sacrifice my dignity :lol:

I do see a use for it though: Festivals. I'm sure anyone who's seen/smelled festival port-a-potties will agree with me there!

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