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Weird Inventions of the 30s and 40s

Unbelievable invenntions from the 30s and 40s.

Can’t believe these never caught on…

Bike Tyre Used As Swimming Aid (Germany, 1925)

One Wheel Motocycle 1931

Amphibious Bike ‘Cyclomer’ (Paris, 1932)

All Terrain Car (England, 1936)

Radio Pram (USA, 1921)

Radio hat (USA, 1931)

Extensible Caravan (France, 1934)

Glasses For Reading In Bed (England, 1936)

Electrically Heated Jacket (USA, 1932)

Car  With Shovel For Pedestrians (Paris, 1924)

Folding Emergency Bridge (Netherlands, 1926)

Faxed Newspaper (1938)

Face Protection From Snowstorms (Canada, 1939)

Gas  War Resistant Pram (England, Hextable, 1938)

Images: Bored Panda 

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12 responses »

  1. Okay… I NEED those reading in bed glasses! And… as a Canadian I feel the need to comment on the face protection from snowstorms. … WTF??! First off, they look deadly to other pedestrians that might be blown in your way during said snowstorm. Next, those fancy ladies would be more worried about their hairdos I am sure. Also, those ridiculous masks would fog up then, frost up, making visibility impossible. I could go on, but I’ll spare you!
    Thanks for the laughs!!

    • You are very welcome 🙂 The face protection could double as a weapon, just in case you need some self-defense. LOL. I guess they were more practical in those days 🙂 A little insane too…

  2. Definetely weird, but also very funny!!!

  3. Oh gosh – i’ve just chuckled all the way through this!! How these never caught on I do not know 😉
    I agree with phylly3 – I need those reading glasses!!!

  4. What a truly astonishing collection of photographs. I would be a bit nervous about the folding bridge but I think I would enjoy scooping people up with that car shovel.


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