They say that there’s a thin line between genius and insanity and sometimes the inventions that you dream up in the shower that sound great in your head, should really stay there. On the other hand, there are some ideas that are actually mind-blowingly brilliant.

To celebrate some of the best, we’ve created a list of the weirdest and the coolest inventions that we’ve found.

Anti-Theft Lunch Bags

If you’re heading back to work in the next month or so and are feeling anxious about the return of the lunch thief then this is the perfect solution.

This clever little invention from makes your freshly prepared sandwich look as though it’s been in the bag for about a month and gone mouldy.

The Weight Watch Belt

If you’re determined to shift some of that lockdown weight then this weight watch belt is the perfect aid. Having a constant reminder that your waist is expanding is certainly one way to do it!

LED Slippers

We’ve all been there, you wake up for the loo in the middle of the night for the loo and step on a stray piece of lego on route! Well, thanks to these super cool LED slippers you can now walk around in the middle of the night without fear of stepping on random objects or falling down the stairs. What’s more, you don’t even have to turn them on, just pop your feet in and the weight sensor automatically turns the lights on.

Flask Tie

Styled to look like a standard tie, this clever little bit of kit comes with a hidden pouch inside the fabric where you can stash your beverage of choice.

Baby Mop

The perfect gift for every new parent (providing they have a good sense of humour). I mean, the baby is already going to be crawling around the floor, so why not have them do a spot of cleaning while they’re at it?

Hug Me Pillow

For some lockdown is lonely – but we’ve found the perfect solution. The Hug me Comfortable Sleep Pillow is the perfect companion for those lonely nights.

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