20,000 "Curvy Lady" torso shaped screwdrivers for sale


#1

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#2

This lady would make a fine companion to my “Plumb Barbara” leveling tool.


#3

Clearly ergonomic.


#4

All I can say is…

“Tell me o Chef of the Future, can it core a apple?”


#5

If the plastic of the handle is decent, the price is pretty good.

The shape could also provide a better grip than the conventional round handles.


#6

Without Robertson bits these are useless to me!


#7

You can buy them extra. There should be enough storage space in the handle.


#8

And here’s to you, Mrs. Robertson…


#9

Makes a perfect gift for all 20,000 of your friends!


#10

Nah—if you want a textured, ergonomic grip you should do all your screwing with one of these:


#11

The guy might find a market amongst modified car enthusiasts and Harley riders…


#12

Initially read that as “Plump Barbara.”


#13

That looks like some painful screwing, if you ask me.


#14

Is there some sort of pun I’m missing or was this simply one of these “visionary” ideas that only the inventor will ever really understand?


#15

Isn’t it pretty much China’s M.O. to bruteforce the problem-space that is “all configurations of injection molded plastic objects an American might buy”?


#16

Asians themselves are a large market for plastic tchotchkes of all sorts, often even weirder than what’s common in the West.


#17

Stop giving the idiot that commissioned the originals here new ideas, he might make these next!


#18

“More space in the handle…”

That’s just begging to be made into an aphorism of some kind.


#19

Actually I didn’t Photoshop that one. It’s a real novelty product.


#20

Never thought of it that way- I’ll bet there actually are people tasked with exactly that job,
honestly believing such a line of thought in design as a critical part for cheap injection molded stuff.

They are the same folks responsible for things like the confederate battleflag mosiac covered
elcheapo daisho set of “samu-rye sords” I saw the other day in a junk shop, and everyone sees
at random yardsales, fleamarkets, and “antique” stores that sell americana crap.

Seriously- someone do a post on where all these shitty fantasy cutlery and elcheapo katanas come from.
Go interview the owner of that Bud-K magazine that sells it all. I want to know what people like this
are thinking when they make that random crap. Why?