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These Cuffs Protect Your Skin From the Terrors of Water

Is On the Cuff off the heezy? Uh, no. But it's entertaining nonetheless. Its inventor, Rana Bauer, created these foam cuffs to combat "one of life's most annoying problems." That problem: gravity! After becoming fed up with water dripping down her arms while she washed her face, Bauer designed the $7.99 cuffs in an attempt to keep elbows everywhere dry. I could see this being a smart idea for the Wicked Witch of the West — after all, if water kills you, you've gotta keep that off your skin — but is this idea really necessary?

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bellazmom bellazmom 7 years
We have a really teeny bathroom sink, and I get water everywhere when I wash my face. I wouldn't pay $8, but thanks for the tip about the wrist sweatbands. That sounds like a good idea to stop me fron trashing the bathroom!
Amy61 Amy61 7 years
All I can say is I bought them, I love them and they do what they say they do!
sofi-nj sofi-nj 7 years
This seems like one of the biggest wastes of money I've seen in a long time. I do what rlire01 does, just put a towel on the edge of the sink. I also get water everywhere when I wash my face but big deal, just wipe it up when you're done. Problem solved!
fishmeister23 fishmeister23 7 years
bluespirit - you can! That's what I do, they're like a dollar at target - I get water EVERYWHERE when I wash my face, and those solve the problem. 8 bucks? No thanks!
JamieUK JamieUK 7 years
Hahahahahahahahahahaha
JamieUK JamieUK 7 years
Hahahahahahahahahahaha
ECULeah ECULeah 7 years
That's what I came to say blespirit.
bluespirit bluespirit 7 years
I think I could achieve the same results with a couple of those wrist sweatband things.
a-lifetime-ago a-lifetime-ago 7 years
I put a towel on the edge of the sink/counter, problem solved. Now if I could only figure out how to make the water stop dripping off my face and onto my chest and getting my shirt wet. How about a sponge in the shape of an Elizabethan Collar?
Francoisehardly Francoisehardly 7 years
It's not because it wets clothes that it's annoying so what does rolling up the sleeves have to do with anything? I don't feel like having to pay money for something like that though.
leahandcecilia leahandcecilia 7 years
I agree cptnrin. I always hate to have the water run into my sleeve and onto the floor. I can't say it's not, at least, clever.
cptnrin cptnrin 7 years
I kinda like it. Water always goes down my arms and onto the floor every time I wash my face. Not sure I'd shell out 8 bucks for it though.
Daisy-Doe Daisy-Doe 7 years
I don't even think that'll work. The water will just run over it.
bethinabox bethinabox 7 years
This is completely ridiculous. Wow. Just push up your sleeves! Voila!
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