Do you have a friend who is a lover of latest gizmos and wants to know everything about what’s coming out? For his or her birthday, don’t spend sleepless nights thinking about what gift to give. Instead, gift the book ‘101 Unuseless Japanese Inventions’. This is regarded as the best coffee table book about the latest (and most amusing) gadgets available in the market and includes gorgeous photographs of the latest models.
Need some dust slippers that your cat can wear to go walking with you? If you think that such a thing doesn’t exist in the real world, then flip through ‘The Big Bento Box of Unuseless Japanese Inventions’. Here you will learn about more whacky inventions like Drymobile, a solar powered torch, and others. Those of you wanting to impress friends at parties with the history of air-conditioners and washing machines should try the book ‘Gadgets and Necessities.’ Or even better, try to get a hold of ‘Samuel Todd’s Book of Great Inventions.’
If you or your friend is on the verge of some great invention, then you must educate yourself on patents. The book ‘Patent It Yourself,’ written by David Pressman, is a how-to guide to filing your own patent.
‘The Incredible World of Spy Fi,’ as the name suggests, is the best guide for those who plan to become a new era James Bond or Austin Powers. Who doesn’t want to know about all the spy gadgets that have been used by infamous spies?
So, next time when you need to give a gift to your inventive friend, you know what to get. You’re welcome.