10 Bizarre USB accessories that we really want

Got a spare USB slot in your computer just waiting to be used? Love playing with pointless gadgets? Well we’ve got a treat in store for you with these totally bizarre USB accessories which are absolutely not a waste of money.

USB IShaver, £14.95 from Prezzybox

Does this gadget seem familiar? Well that is because it is styled on a very popular smartphone! It may look like an Apple product. But it’s actually a portable razor. Oh you jokers.


USB Toast Flash Drives, £12.99 from Firebox

Keep your files toasty in this dinky digital kitchen appliance, accommodating up to four pieces of USB toast. Note that toasts should not be buttered, heated or eaten with jam.


USB Missile Launcher, £24.90 from Amazon

Irritate your colleagues with this USB Missile Launcher, which is capable of shooting up to 7.5 meters. Control with your mouse or your keyboard, with optional sound effects.



Thanko USB Hairbrush Mist Spray, £37 from Japan Trend Shop

You have to hand it to the Japanese- they  product some truly remarkable sh*t. This USB charged hairbrush can be filled with water, and will spray a fine mist when you brush your hair. Perfect for working women of today… apparently.


USB Fridge, £14.99 from iWOOT

Keep your drinks cool at your desk with this natty little retro mini drinks cooler powered from your USB port. Comes complete with an utterly pointless LED fridge light.


USB Fan Clock, £12.99 from Find Me a Gift

It’s a USB powered fan which also tells the time. How could you not love this?


USB Pet Rock, £10.99 from Firebox

A throwback to Gary Dahl’s phenomenon in the 70s, now you too can own your very own Pet Rock. Granted- it may just be a rock on a USB cable, but this is exactly what makes it the perfect pet.


Narwhal Heated Slippers, £24.99 from Firebox

Warm your feet inside the belly of these USB powered foot warmers, and celebrate the closest animal we have to a unicorn.


Robotic Arm Kit with USB PC Interface, £49.99 from Maplin

Thanks to Maplin Electronics, you can now construct your very own working robotic arm and control it from your PC via USB. Excellent.


Cube 3D Printer, £1195 from Firebox

We are still waiting for 3D printers to hit the mainstream- mainly because of the astronomical price of the equipment. But if you’re feeling flush, head to Firebox and pick up your very own USB controlled 3D printer. A bargain at £1195.



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