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  • Mrwhosetheboss
    Mrwhosetheboss  4 months ago +4004

    I still can't get over the Banana Machine 😂
    I can't believe how fast we're catching up with Apple in Subscribers - Thank you! ❤

    • LeoSquared
      LeoSquared 4 months ago +72

      Can’t wait for when you overtake Apple!

    • M D
      M D 4 months ago +23

      Timestamps please

    • Chris Schaffer
      Chris Schaffer 4 months ago +7

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    • Ranky Tev 📺
      Ranky Tev 📺 4 months ago +9

      And heee’s back at it again

    • Huhh
      Huhh 4 months ago +6

      nice video

  • B V
    B V 4 months ago +1295

    The jar opener (and their can opener) is ideal for people who can't do those things normally. I bought them for my 90 yr old grandma who can only use one hand. She uses it all the time. So I would give it 10/10. It's given her some autonomy again.

    • stan 555
      stan 555 4 months ago +47

      Ohh your right. I was thinking who needs those. But now I know.

    • MaximusAlcarinque
      MaximusAlcarinque 4 months ago +46

      A lot of these kinds of gadgets and those "there's got to be a better way!" ads' products are inspired by products developed for people with accessibility special needs.

    • BuilderBasti
      BuilderBasti 4 months ago +5

      Though you can get a pair of special tweezers for like half the price and open the jar in 2 seconds not ten

    • Apotheoz
      Apotheoz 3 months ago +4

      Just learn her to use a spoon tail to depressurize the lid by lever effect. Free and efficient

    • 💕  KillerGma  💕
      💕 KillerGma 💕 3 months ago +9

      For someone like me who lives in chronic pain and can barely open a water bottle the jar opener would be a dream

  • Al Dusty
    Al Dusty 4 months ago +448

    For the in bed cooking pot I can see it as being useful if you’re a construction worker who wants some hot soup or ramen but doesn’t want to go to the gas station to use the microwave or something like that. You can just bring the water, ingredients and the pan then as long as you have an outlet or plug then you’re good to go.

    • Rickey Koga
      Rickey Koga 4 months ago +59

      Also for semi truck drivers and college students in dorms (although I'm sure they are already banned)

    • Canada
      Canada 3 months ago +12

      Or if you are on a trip and don’t have a kitchenette

    • hohoboi
      hohoboi 3 months ago +1

      what if you are rocket jumping?

    • Andrew Nord
      Andrew Nord 3 months ago +10

      Also a homeless person possibly

    • Yeedog
      Yeedog 2 months ago +1

      Maybe if you're camping

  • Paul Goins
    Paul Goins 3 months ago +176

    Devices like the veggie slicer shown at 8:17 seem fairly common in Japan. We have one at home called the Bunbun Chopper - it's essentially the same thing. Nice to see Arun's reaction to this!

    • Itachi
      Itachi 2 months ago +1

      We have one of these too in Canada it works well

    • Michael Kraemer
      Michael Kraemer Month ago +1


    • Miciso
      Miciso Month ago

      Yeah perfect for people that cant chop.

    • Luzerr_Pubg
      Luzerr_Pubg Month ago

      Had one but it broke. It's so handy tho

    • NielsNL
      NielsNL Month ago

      I have one in the Netherlands as well, i thought it was a standard appliance

  • Scout's Stuff
    Scout's Stuff 2 months ago +34

    I love how arun gave a full blown scientific explanation to explain how a hanger that goes down works

  • SeraphBlademaster
    SeraphBlademaster 3 months ago +14

    Former Apple employee, can confirm we used Woosh all the time.
    Typically, though, we didn't or were not supposed to spray directly on the screen, rather on to the cleaning cloth. =)

  • TayZonday
    TayZonday 4 months ago +234

    Arun’s house grows new rooms to match whatever products he buys. It’s a Star Trek holodeck 😮

    • LeoSquared
      LeoSquared 4 months ago +10

      Omg it’s the Chocolate Rain guy

    • EdherJr
      EdherJr 4 months ago +2


    • giga chad
      giga chad 4 months ago +1

      Only 2 likes

    • Ray of Light 62
      Ray of Light 62 4 months ago

      You can tell the kitchen has never been used before for recording. The audio is badly reverberated because he doesn't have the standard audio setup in there...

    • ArcticWoof
      ArcticWoof 4 months ago

      Cherry Chocolate RAIIIIIINNN

  • Randy Miller
    Randy Miller 3 months ago +38

    I had not seen a door handle like the one you showed. I have a similar one made by Sifely that I've used over a year that I love. And the handle returns to it normal position. :) Thanks for the reviews. I saw a couple of things that seemed interesting. The banana filler was suggestive but the end product did look good.

    • RocketboyX
      RocketboyX 28 days ago

      I think the issue with the door handle was an install issue. But they are great for kids rooms, mom and dad can always get in, but siblings cannot.

  • Mike Adams
    Mike Adams 4 months ago +104

    The AAA to AA battery adapters are overkill. For years I’ve just wadded up a small piece of aluminum foil at the springy end of the battery compartment and it’s always worked. Also not a waste of plastic 😊

    • Emma
      Emma 4 months ago +9

      Uhhhh... What

    • Goreb
      Goreb 3 months ago +5

      @Emma Jup, and u can just wrap some thin cardboard around it with some tape and it also doesnt wiggle

    • Jacob Hill
      Jacob Hill 3 months ago +27

      That feels like a fire hazard, also, those AA to AAA adapters are reusable

    • RedTempest
      RedTempest 3 months ago +12

      Yeaaaah, that's a gigantic fire hazard. Hope you're kidding

    • Mr Pradstar
      Mr Pradstar 3 months ago +3

      You can make AAA to AA by filling the gap with a foil

  • Kitty Camo
    Kitty Camo 30 minutes ago

    I think the self heating pot was designed more for people in university who live in a dorm with no kitchen, or for hotels/camping/camper, or for crappy apartments with no stove in the kitchen. I’ve actually seen TikToks of someone in university using the pot to cook dinner in their dorm room.

  • Ian Visser
    Ian Visser 3 months ago +36

    5:46 Actually had something like that growing up, had the AAA to AA and AA to D battery. Which at the time (when everything was powered by like 4-5 batteries), was incredibly helpful and saved us a ton of trips to the shops. It's worth noting, that larger batteries are larger capacity, so these are only meant for short-term use.

  • zhcterry
    zhcterry 3 months ago +9

    That pot is actually very good if you're travelling. I've got one that can boil water (I don't trust hotel Kettle), cook, steamboat, etc. If you travel alone the portion size is perfect too.

  • Chris Batchelor
    Chris Batchelor 4 months ago +2498

    The reason the vegetable slicer feels like an “As Seen on TV” product is because it actually was.

    • punklover99
      punklover99 4 months ago +41

      I'll never understand those things. Use a knife so you don't have to use a knife?

    • Zyxl
      Zyxl 4 months ago +15

      Yeah my mom used to use that several years ago, it worked pretty well

    • Mill
      Mill 4 months ago +10

      TheGlassesPro same omg why do I remember this I was literally 6-8 years old

    • Abs
      Abs 4 months ago +13

      Same with the shirt hanger.

    • Jen Elaina
      Jen Elaina 4 months ago +8

      @Abs shirt hanger been around for ages seen on TV too, I remember seeing that as a kid.

  • Zu V
    Zu V 3 months ago +24

    I think the self heating pot has better use for campers (given they have a mobile power supply unit) or people living on the road in small vehicles. Also, those magnetic two side window cleaners or whatever they're cold, I remember my uncle having one in his fish tank ages ago, I guess they wanted to make it bigger and the banana filler, change bananas for churros or hotdogs with cheese

  • Vojtěch Pečta
    Vojtěch Pečta 4 months ago +7

    I love all of his videos he just puts so much effort into it
    Love you ❤😊

  • InvisibleAvenger
    InvisibleAvenger 3 months ago +17

    @9:30 When using a nasal irrigation system (neti pot, other versions, etc.) make sure to use distilled water or boil the water you are going to use and allow it to cool down to a comfortable temperature first. There are some amoeba that can survive the water treatment process and will cause very bad problems if it starts to live in your nasal passages.

    • Erika A
      Erika A 20 days ago +1

      Came on here to say this too!

    • aerin32
      aerin32 12 days ago

      Naegleria fowleri is the amoeba. It’s caused at least two deaths from tap water in a Neti pot. Definitely use distilled or boiled water!

  • Poultrymad
    Poultrymad 4 months ago +14

    The shirt hanger & the onion slicer are very old ideas. Magnetic window cleaner I think was firstly used to clean fish tanks without emptying them. Electric jar opener has also been around for several years, though the one I had was smaller than the one shown here. The nasal irrigator is just an electrified neti pot. Enjoyed watching the video as some I'd not seen before. Won't be buying any of them though! 😅

  • Michelle March
    Michelle March 2 months ago

    Also, they sell a $30-60 version of the touch screen door handle. None of my rooms or bathroom upstairs had locks on them. Wasn’t willing to spend $100 but it looks just like the one in this video.
    Something you might like though, I got a drawer/cabinet lock that you can use in multiple ways and it has an rfid card that you hold up to the outside of the drawer or door an it unlocks. Best $20 I’ve ever spent at IKEA.

  • Sweetish Druid
    Sweetish Druid 4 months ago +2542

    The self heating pan you used would be great for a college dorm situation where you don't have a stove

    • a_unit NG
      a_unit NG 4 months ago +56

      Hot pot would be so convenient

    • Curtis Schmitt
      Curtis Schmitt 4 months ago +82

      In some locations, yes, but almost every dorm I've heard of bans stuff that heats up due to fire hazards. Candles, coffee makers, and even some types of lamps, so it would be kind of a crap shoot if you were allowed to have it

    • Wendy Styles
      Wendy Styles 4 months ago +21

      Same with those working away from home in hotels.

    • Finn Manusia
      Finn Manusia 4 months ago +3

      Just use a bowl and a water heater.

    • Kratzz
      Kratzz 4 months ago +23

      If it's cheaper than the induction cooker, with that you can cook a lot. But If it costs the same as a hot pot then, this shape is much better to cook several things.

  • Nikita Unni
    Nikita Unni 4 months ago +67

    Arun’s the one Clip-Sharer where I don’t skip half of the video.
    Great video, as usual.

    • Brian Scramlin
      Brian Scramlin 4 months ago +1

      I agree! I don't know exactly what he does differently than other people. But, it's not too fast or too slow.

    • FizzyJuice
      FizzyJuice Month ago +1

      @Brian Scramlin well he often puts a progress bar to see the length and also he makes things to see later in the video for example the face mask

  • KT Speedruns
    KT Speedruns 4 months ago +1

    I am usually 5,000% skeptical of anything advertised through social media. However, that hand crank food processor does look like fun.

  • Joshua-Bryce Barata
    Joshua-Bryce Barata 12 days ago

    I personally love WHOOSH! I’ve bought so many bottles😂. But since it doesn’t have alcohol, it doesn’t degrade the protective film on your screens so scratches are less likely

  • Tech cloud
    Tech cloud 4 months ago +2

    i am amazed that you did not knew the vegetable chopper, that's very old popular and very common chopper. There are few variants of this and all work well. There is a manual juicer as well which is dirt cheap and works like a cold press just that it's made of fibre so its really nice for citrus fruits and fun even kids can use it to squeeze juices.

  • AFourTeen
    AFourTeen 3 months ago +11

    That AAA to AA is also pretty decent if you want to save weight, for example, in a wireless mouse. I used it in my Logitech G305 and it made a very noticeable difference!

    • hxnslsh hax
      hxnslsh hax 3 months ago +1

      you can actually save more weight if you cut the middle plastic leaving only the top and bottom part shedding more weight.

  • Encomana'l
    Encomana'l 4 months ago +1365

    The robot jar opener might be niche but it's the only one on the list that solves a real problem for lots of people. In fact, I'm going to buy one for my grandma because she always complains that she struggles to open jars.

    • Atishey Gupta
      Atishey Gupta 4 months ago +15


    • J K
      J K 4 months ago +62

      Its like a robot grandson

    • RandomDots
      RandomDots 4 months ago +15

      literal legend

    • Affe
      Affe 4 months ago +15

      I get your point, but let's face it: the robot jar opener is just plain stupid. Why bother with an over-engineered gadget when a simple swing jar opener has been doing the job perfectly fine for years? Save your money and go for the practical option instead.

    • T
      T 4 months ago +5

      And it's properly priced compared to others which is too much for a gimmick.

  • Unrealistic
    Unrealistic 2 months ago +4

    When I was a kid I used to use tin foil on my AAA batteries so it would properly fit and that idea of the case is just genius.

  • Salvator Merrifield
    Salvator Merrifield 27 days ago

    Wouldn't the cerial thing work better if the milk came out on the top and cerial on the bottom? Like you said, milk pours faster than cerial so flipping those two would make the milk pour ontop at a somewhat slower rate because it has to get over the lip of the cup (which seems to be the problem you're having with the current cup).

  • Christy Priest
    Christy Priest Month ago

    The pull string chopper is one of the best things I’ve ever gotten! I use it almost every day

  • Jarett Williams
    Jarett Williams 4 months ago +1

    You can also use AAA batteries in place for AA's if you just stuff the remaining space with tinfoil 👍

  • 1988dgs
    1988dgs 3 months ago

    For the hanger space saver, it works by offsetting the hangers vertically

  • Geran
    Geran 4 months ago +1590

    "I'm a massive banana man."
    ~ Arun, 2023

    • Rishik Baishya
      Rishik Baishya 4 months ago +30

      I guess he is

    • Shreiya
      Shreiya 4 months ago +8

      Omg ! I just now completed commenting a similar comment 😂

    • Cameron Lotter
      Cameron Lotter 4 months ago +8

      Only NPC'S call him Arun

    • J K
      J K 4 months ago +4

      Lmao I read it beforehand, and it took away absolutely nothing from when he said it

    • RandomDots
      RandomDots 4 months ago +3


  • Kim Dokja
    Kim Dokja 3 months ago +3

    There is a waaaay better version of the face mask (don’t remember what it’s called) and although it doesn’t have the beep or measurements (well it does on the label) however it has less (and much clearer) instructions. It’s better for kids or teens who want to have face masks whenever they want. I got one for my little siblings to use (with supervision) and they love it lol

  • HammahMann
    HammahMann 4 months ago +3

    Sinus flushes are amazing for people like me who have trouble breathing normally. The product used in the TikTok video is the Navage nasal rinse, which is different than the one Arun used. Honestly though both work. I started with a squeeze bottle, but the electric ones like the Navage system work wonders.

    • snow3pea
      snow3pea 3 months ago

      i have allergies and my parents bought be one similar to the one found in the video. i never used it, since it looked very uncomfortable when they tried, but they for sure work. i have been using nasal spray (saline) as a substitute since i'm too chicken

  • jessica violet
    jessica violet 3 months ago +1

    i kinda like the idea of that pot, for me it would be handy just because i dont like to go up into the kitchen and stand around and wait, would also help because i live with my parents and dont always wanna have to go all the way up and do a whole thing when i just want silence lol so id get water from the bathroom and keep spare cutlery down here... etc. loved this video!!

  • Khamsum Tshering wangdi
    Khamsum Tshering wangdi 4 months ago +1

    There is so much wholesomeness to Arun in every one of his videos and can't pin point what it is but I love everyone of his vids for it. love your channel, hope it beats apple in the sub count 💜❤️

  • Ema Thomas
    Ema Thomas 3 months ago

    Pretty sure the cooking pot is meant for travel/camping. Having this in a hotel room would be fantastic I think. I would not recommend boiling water in bed lol

  • Vince Lifeadvise
    Vince Lifeadvise 4 months ago +819

    Arun on the banana filler: "Why does this look so inappropriate?"
    Also Arun like 2 seconds later: "I am a massive banana man."

  • Rachel Hendricks
    Rachel Hendricks 3 months ago +1

    I'm sure others pointed this out but I will too just in case:
    That hanger thing has existed for decades in various versions. :D
    And the soda cap keeper! I had one of those ~20 years ago! LOL
    They were kinda crap after a while.

    • RocketboyX
      RocketboyX 28 days ago

      They also do the exact opposite of how it was explained. It increases the pressure in the can in the hopes the carbonation does not escape the soda.

  • ThebreadthatcausedLesMis

    The main problem with Guardio for me as a firefox user is it seems to only be available for Chrome at the moment.

  • Setite's Tech Homestead Adventures

    I love that pump cap if it works.
    I hope you used distilled water for that nasal rinse. Tap water can really infect your sinuses. It's just an electric neti pot.
    The pot is a great idea because you could also use it to cook or reheat something in a permissive office. I had a heated lunch box I used to warm food at my desk. Also when you are at your desk at home you can use it to cook something, or just to intermittently warm them back up. When I looked it up they specified that its for dorms, camping, etc. If it had temperature controls I'd totally buy it as a serving dish to keep food warm.

  • Colt Hite
    Colt Hite 3 months ago

    i think this might actually be the only "entertaining" big youtuber ever. like i can watch him for ever. editing style off da charts!

  • Trenty Boi
    Trenty Boi Month ago

    Oh whoosh! I actually have that, I don't use it to often but it works wonders for my phone, I have a much much smaller bottle, got it from staples a few years ago, definitely stops fingerprints for about a month or two (depends on your finger's grease level) but for me is pretty good

  • Steffan Aarts-Greven
    Steffan Aarts-Greven 4 months ago +242

    Tip for when you use magnetic cleaners on glass like aquariums: DON'T put the on the glass at the same spot. Put them on the glass in different places along the pane and then slide them towards each other without lifting either from the glass. This ensures that they connect without putting extra force on the glass. Like Arun showed can cause the glass to shatter, even when you do it very carefully.

    • ᑕOᗪᕮ RED Edits
      ᑕOᗪᕮ RED Edits 4 months ago +28

      He also used it wrong lol, the magnetic force is plenty strong, even for double sided windows.
      It comes with a plastic tray between the two parts so that when you're storing them, they don't stick together "flat" with the magnets (precisely because it's very strong and hard to pull apart). He should've removed this plastic part when using it, the magnetic force was weak because there was a good amount of extra space occupied by the storing tray he didn't remove.

  • KoptiK
    KoptiK 3 months ago

    i feel like the self heating pan would be pretty nice on construction sites where you have electricity

  • MT
    MT 3 months ago +4

    That banana machine was hilarious lol I could tell you were trying your hardest to keep it family friendly 😂

  • Ezequiel Luppino
    Ezequiel Luppino 3 months ago +1

    For the soda one, you might have made a better comparison with 2 sodas. One with the gadgets and the other one just sealed with something else. You would've seen there is no difference. Those kinds of products don't work, actually, but I'd love it if they would 😢

  • Certified Reacts
    Certified Reacts 4 months ago +1

    The AAA converter can actually be easily made at home. Just use aluminium foil to fill the gap between the terminal and contact point

  • CFodd
    CFodd Month ago +1

    5:51 you can also use foil to fill in the gap between the metal, which is what I did for a flashlight I had.

  • Hasax
    Hasax 4 months ago +148

    The pot is actually brilliant. Imagine you don't have a stove and don't want to use those electric hobs, or you just wanna combine them. It saves alot of space and I would've loved it when I lived in my student appartment.

  • Shelgeyr
    Shelgeyr 4 months ago

    Regarding the battery adapter - all of the classic sizes (AAA, AA, C, D) produce 1.5v which means you could conceivably use an adapter to fit a AAA battery into a D slot
    What I cannot speak to, however, is whether or not they differ in their capacity or amperage

  • Sami Geb
    Sami Geb 4 months ago

    The phone swipe remote can be really handy for presentations. If you don't want that bulky remote control style remotes to control ur sildes.

  • Kiaan Garg
    Kiaan Garg 2 months ago

    Honestly the smart lock is also pretty common. Almost everyone has one of those.

  • LukeTheDukeYT
    LukeTheDukeYT 3 months ago

    For the nasal stuff around 9:24, just use a netty pot. I don’t remember what they’re called, but it’s basically the thing at 9:24 but smaller and looks like a teapot.

  • dialdfordesi
    dialdfordesi 4 months ago +268

    With the nasal irrigator, you gotta make sure to use distilled water. They come with saline packets but there are ones with xylitol which is less uncomfortable.

    • Plumokin
      Plumokin 4 months ago +50

      I was looking for this comment. Stuff that goes into your nasal cavity can get into your brain so it's super important to take care of what you put there

    • Onirban1637
      Onirban1637 4 months ago +4

      So do they actually work? I suffer from stuffed nose very badly. This was the only item that caught my attention

    • Schmootle
      Schmootle 4 months ago +31

      Absolutely. Just to add on to that, the salt is not an antiseptic, its there to make sure the osmolality is similar between the liquid and your sinuses. Putting straight water, whether tap or distilled, into your nose would leave you feeling very, very bad. Unlike the salt, xylitol does actually have antiseptic properties, although its effectiveness in the sinuses is not confirmed.

    • EJ
      EJ 4 months ago +15

      ​@Onirban1637 they existed way before tiktok did. It's just that more people know about them now. And yes, they work wonders. Doctors recommend this but of course follow the instructions and use correct water

    • Suhairi Amaludin
      Suhairi Amaludin 4 months ago

      sterimar exist earlier, once use it for my son

  • Olivergamer2347
    Olivergamer2347 4 months ago

    For the double a battery replacement, just use foil inbetween the positive contact

  • Lewis Masters
    Lewis Masters 3 months ago

    The pan that cooks from anywhere is great for people that used shared kitchens, or simply don’t have kitchens

  • Creations Maxo
    Creations Maxo 3 months ago

    The self-heating pot is actually really cool when you don't have the space for an oven or even better, you can properly cook next to your work station. (Like if you're working in the garage on some project.)

    • robojelly
      robojelly 3 months ago

      Or good if you travel

  • Johnny Games
    Johnny Games 4 months ago

    the veggie chop seems like an as seen on tv product because it was and probably still is BUT in a higher quality now and yeah its worth it for those who cant use knives well like myself whos hand shakes too much to be able to slice properly. :)

  • Michelle March
    Michelle March 2 months ago +2

    I’ve owned several of these items or versions of them for over 10 years now lol those can things for closer to 20.
    When my dad bought those battery container things I immediately ordered them in every size possible 😂
    I do need a new stirring cup though.

  • Riki Shikato
    Riki Shikato 4 months ago +158

    I think that lazy pot is actually targeted for those who live in dormitories. My friend has one. People in that dorm aren't allowed to use stoves in their room. So my friend bought this pot to cook in his room. No, the dorm doesn't have its own kitchen because there's a small cafetaria right next to the building. Yes, it's owned by the dorm manager.

    • Aether
      Aether 4 months ago +1

      I'm also a student and I use a portable induction cooktop which is much sleeker than this.

    • tinyplanet
      tinyplanet 4 months ago +3

      Yeah why would anyone even use that on their lap? Its obviously for people without access to a stove

    • Riki Shikato
      Riki Shikato 4 months ago +1

      @Aether my friend used to have one but it used quite a lot of power so he bought the pot instead.

    • Aether
      Aether 4 months ago +1

      @Riki Shikato now on second observation I see that it is more like a pressure cooker so it uses less electricity for cooking. I'm kinda scamming the dorm since there is no separate meter for electricity. Also you can't cook everything on this cooker i think.

    • Gonzo Gomel
      Gonzo Gomel 4 months ago +1

      Or a tiny home

  • Niga chad
    Niga chad 4 months ago +1

    I think the lazychef pot, deserves a 7/10 it could be useful if you staying at a hotel room or a shitty apartment which doesn't have a kitchen. It doesn't takes space like a gas cooker and all you need it electricity.

  • AK
    AK 4 months ago +1

    for that magnet window cleaner you have to apply cleaner solution first to reduce friction so it will work properly.

  • Michael C Latecki
    Michael C Latecki Month ago

    To be honest I was thinking about getting the pop can thing. But then I thought why who is not drinking a whole can lol. I did get the regular 16 oz plastic bottle or could be 2 l. I guess something similar to this. It has a squeeze thing on top but again that comes with a cap so I figured at least that product was useless.

  • Zay
    Zay 3 months ago

    Give that jar opener a 10!!! We just bought one recently for my mom who has arthritis in her hands & it’s a game changer.

  • Noah Barks
    Noah Barks Month ago

    The alcohol one was actually cool It worked really well. That's really good for like a bar or something

  • WayneLLC
    WayneLLC 4 months ago +31

    Love how you always make sure to test things out (not based on hypothesis or anecdotal basis), present in a very entertaining, concise yet still plenty informative manner.
    I wish you all the best with the sub situation with Apple and happy to be on board with your endeavors! :)

  • Gknomics
    Gknomics 4 months ago

    I like how Arun was surprised by a hand powered grinder when it is literally 0.24 Pounds :) (btw great video, really loved it)

  • Hizzy Hizzles
    Hizzy Hizzles 4 months ago

    The pump can is actually super useful. I would use it daily

  • JingoCrochet
    JingoCrochet 2 months ago

    I use WHOOSH! and i'm pretty sure it says to spray on the cloth so that would create less of a mess, I love the stuff, i use it when I clean my monitors and the stuff lasts a very long time! Definitely worth it!

  • Nolan Males
    Nolan Males 4 months ago +2

    If Aron has so many spam emails, he should either make a video or a live stream invading some of those emails, see what they are like, and maybe having a few laughs.

    • Rhys B
      Rhys B 3 months ago

      How does one "invade" an email? Plus spam isn't typically particularly funny.

    • Nolan Males
      Nolan Males 3 months ago

      @Rhys B I think I ment clicking on the emails.

  • Mr. Mopman
    Mr. Mopman Month ago

    For the crunch cup you can actually stop milk from pouring by sealing the small hole on the top .

  • SamPra
    SamPra 4 months ago +308

    8:20 been using this for years now 😂 really handy and pretty easy to clean too. Works for most of the vegetables

    • DowPao
      DowPao 4 months ago +21

      yeah it's a very common thing i don't understand why he is so surprised

    • SamPra
      SamPra 4 months ago +7

      @DowPao might not be in UK

    • hexistenz
      hexistenz 4 months ago +3

      I mean, we had one of these around 45 years ago at home 😂
      Literally, you could buy this kind of slicer at the weekly market at least 45 years ago.

    • 🐉 Bored Dragons YT 🐉
      🐉 Bored Dragons YT 🐉 4 months ago +1

      @hexistenz Ya

    • 𝒑𝒊𝒏𝒌𝒚 💗
      𝒑𝒊𝒏𝒌𝒚 💗 4 months ago +1

      Same, I've had this thing for about 15 years from now lol

  • The Reptile Ward
    The Reptile Ward 4 months ago +1

    Doesn’t even rate the Nutella banana thing, just appreciates it. I’m here for this type of high quality content.

  • Erez Engler
    Erez Engler 4 months ago

    For the auto door closer you can get hinges with springs to do it in a cleaner way

  • Janne Akca
    Janne Akca 3 months ago +1

    First video i see from you and loooooovee the vibe! subbed right away, keep up the good work :)

  • Jenna
    Jenna 3 months ago

    Arun with the nasal irrigation device (or any nasal rinse device really, even something as simple as a neti pot) always make sure you're using either distilled water or water that you have previously brought to a rolling boil for at least a minute (to be safe I do more like three to five minutes) and allowed to cool.
    It's super rare but there's a brain eating amoeba you can get from using tap water that has something like a 99 percent fatality rate.
    Using distilled water or doing the rolling boil and then allowing to the water to cool method is safe.

  • Kasper Jensen
    Kasper Jensen 3 months ago

    One thing to keep in mind about the AAA to AA Battery Converters: AA batteries last longer than AAA batteries. So while you can use AAA batteries in AA sized sockets, you should expect to change them sooner. But in a pickle, it's definitely not a bad product. But not quite a 10/10

    • Hi there
      Hi there 3 months ago

      Its a 10/10 because it does EXACTLY what it advertised

  • VidHoard
    VidHoard 4 months ago +162

    I love the pace and detail of this video, feels much better than your last few product compilations!

  • Andrew FlashChannel Gibbs

    I have had an electric cooking pot for years but never have I assumed it is for using in the bedroom! It is a great rice cooker.

  • Steven Sugrim
    Steven Sugrim 3 months ago

    I use the whoosh stuff and it works super well. however spray it on the microfiber wipe and then use a dry part of the cloth to wipe it dry

  • The tiki torch
    The tiki torch 3 months ago +1

    For the pot that you can plug in it is actually a really good product because it can be cooked on the counter and it wold be good for a place without a stove or microwave

    BIG BOB  3 months ago

    adding your sponsor into your youtube video script is genius i hate sponsors but i completely understand why Clip-Sharers do it for sure but the way you did it way really nice bc it was the first time I've not skipped past it

  • D. von N.
    D. von N. Month ago

    Re Jar opener: I take a cutlery knife and wedge its tip under the lid, twist and I hear the lid pop. Then opening easily. Only when the lid gets stuck with the sticky content to the jar, that can be a problem. For those cases I have a piece of silicon to have a better grip on the lid. Working every single time.

  • chicken_nuggies
    chicken_nuggies 4 months ago

    You can make the same thing as the auto doors closer with a water bottle, string, and 2 command hooks.

  • George Oommen
    George Oommen 4 months ago

    I love how Arun has never said “Suss” before and now says it twice in one video 😂 we had to explain it to a classmate. But friends been using it for years.

  • Jean Haley
    Jean Haley 3 months ago

    The beautiful and natural symbiosis between a product review youtuber, and tiktok drop shippers

  • Lyriox
    Lyriox 3 months ago

    I didn't know watching & listening to Arun learn how to use a banana core sampling device, and then fill said banana with Nutella, would make me feel this way inside 🥴

  • Panagiotis
    Panagiotis 3 months ago

    the self heating pan is actually useful if youre camping or dont have access to a stove for any other reason

  • Daring Beast
    Daring Beast 4 months ago +18

    Let's appreciate that this man never disappoint us with his content 😊

  • Normal
    Normal  4 months ago

    8:49 that slicer also works great on nuts and spices. It powders them down, but still they have some chunks left

  • Selina.m
    Selina.m 3 months ago

    The autodoor closer would be so good for everyone whose parents and siblings are not closing the door after opening it

  • ChemicalDownfalls
    ChemicalDownfalls 3 months ago +1

    “You know that feeling you get when you are about to experience satisfaction? That time is now.”
    -Mrwhostheboss 2023

  • NoodleMan
    NoodleMan 4 months ago +1

    The bed cooling pot would be good for camping or long road trips.

  • Josh Patton
    Josh Patton 8 days ago

    I actually have the hangar device. Really saves space in my tight closet. I did not find it because of tiktok though

    THANOS 4 months ago +963

    Thanks. Now I don’t have to go on tiktok. You did the suffering for me.

    • Jerrod Cooper
      Jerrod Cooper 4 months ago +37

      True for me too. I don't even have it on my phone

    • Molotov Ovickow
      Molotov Ovickow 4 months ago +21

      @Jerrod Cooper ur so cool

    • Joe
      Joe 4 months ago +17

      @Molotov Ovickow yep he is soo cool that he doesn't even have Clip-Share on his phone, he just manifested that comment with his thoughts!

    • Ramesh Natarajan
      Ramesh Natarajan 4 months ago

      That's the importance of these videos

    • dayana wang
      dayana wang 4 months ago

      @Joe did you forget about computers or laptops?

  • Skino
    Skino 4 months ago

    On the pump thing it should be the opposite, you’re pumping air in so that the pressure inside doesn’t allow the co2 from leaving the soda, if you were to create a vacuum it would have the opposite effect

  • Tyler_The_Man12
    Tyler_The_Man12 4 months ago +1

    The heating pot could work in a work environment where you have all the ingredients but no way to cook.

  • h3nta1superstar
    h3nta1superstar 3 months ago

    I think the "self heating pot" would actually be rly good outside or smth

  • Roscoe Buzzard
    Roscoe Buzzard 4 months ago

    The navage system works amazing I've had mine for 2 years now and any time me or the kids and wife get sick or stuffed nose, it clears you right up

  • Wishmitha Fernando
    Wishmitha Fernando 3 months ago +3

    ok i have to say that out of all the gadgets, the gadget that closes your door automatically is my favorite thing