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Strangest Bluetooth Gadgets Ever Conceived

It’s a technology crazed world. Depending on how old you are the power of that statement can be reduced or escalated. If you’re at least from the “before cell phones” era, you know full well that what we see today in the world of tech is infinitely odder than we ever dreamed. That’s why we wanted to reveal to you the strangest Bluetooth gadgets ever conceived.

Don’t get us wrong, there’s a time and place for Bluetooth technology. We understand the value in reading Bluetooth headphone reviews. After all, the idea that you can talk on your phone without applying its cancer-causing radiation directly to your head makes sense. And, being able to listen to music you’ve downloaded without providing a DJ level experience to everyone in your vicinity is useful. But, the Bluetooth gadgets on this list are simply absurd.

Strangest Bluetooth Gadgets Ever Conceived

Gadgets You’d Never Believe Existed

Bluetooth made its way onto the tech scene in 1994 as an alternative to cable. But now, just about everyone with a smartphone has some sort of additional Bluetooth device. It is certainly nice to be able to connect to Wi-fi without having to plug in somewhere. But, this list of gadgets you’d never believe existed takes the cake!

  • The Bluetooth tooth was a device created in January of 2014. Though it never went anywhere, its concept is particularly strange. The idea was to create an in-mouth mic and receiver. It would use bone conduction to get sound to your ear via your teeth. What’s more incomprehensible is that there were other more permanent ideas for this that required dental surgery!
  • Smart sensor basketballs, created by 94fifty, were designed to offer basketball players stats about their personal shooting habits. It has the capability to measure arc, spin, and speed without negating maneuvering and handling. Data from the ball is sent to a compatible app to provide real time feedback. This one’s out there and will run you $250. Learn more.
  • BlueTipz, by Deep Freeze Fishing, could be great for all the ice fisherman in your friend zone. It’s a Bluetooth transmitter that lets fisherman know when a fish hits the line. Particularly useful in the dark, this can help ice fisherman monitor several holes without having to walk back and forth in stupidly cold temperatures. Maybe it’s the ice fishing that’s more absurd.
  • Handset gloves, designed by Hi-Fun, an accessory developer for iPhone, allow you to answer your phone like you used to when you were a kid. Basically, make the phone symbol we all pretended with as kids and you’ll actually be talking to the caller. Plus, they have capacitive touch so you can use a touch screen while wearing them. If grey knit gloves suit your personal style these $50 creations might be right up your alley. Read this.
  • The VIP Fridge Magnet, developed by Red Tomato Pizza in Dubai, allows people to order their favorite pizzas by syncing it to the magnet. Then, whenever a customer wants to order that particular pizza, all it takes is a push of the fridge magnet’s button. Currently this only works for Red Tomato Pizza, but we suspect others will probably follow suit.

If these weren’t crazy enough for you, you should read the rest of the article located here. The stuff you’ll discover is beyond ridiculous. Imagine controlling a golf ball with your mobile device. Yep, they made one for that too!

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