All Unitasker Wednesday posts are jokes — we don’t want you to buy these items, we want you to laugh at their ridiculousness. Enjoy!
After we featured the iPad stand and toilet paper roll holder unitasker back in mid-February, I got a Facebook message from my friend Linley explaining that I had failed to show all of you CTA’s “best” iPad product — the CTA Digital 2-in-1 iPotty with Activity Seat for iPad:
She was right, I had failed you all. And, I’m sorry for not presenting the iPotty at the same time. This was such an egregious oversight on my part. Because, I missed one of the most special unitaskers of our time.
So, today, I rectify this wrong. I present what is one of the worst product ideas I can possibly imagine — a device that puts a $400 (or more) digital product near the stream of pee (and, you know what else) of a toddler just learning to use the potty. It also requires mom or dad to have an iPad available EVERY time the child uses the potty because no child will ever go to the potty without it there once he knows it’s an option. For the rest of the child’s life, she will want a digital device with her when she uses the potty. And … ewwwwww!
Sure, it’s technically a multitasker. But, as was the case with the adult version the iPad stand and toilet paper roll holder, since our only criteria for picking unitaskers is: “Does it make us laugh?” It, technically, qualifies. This is one funny (and very, very bad idea) product.