13 Gadgets All the Lazybones Out There Will Dream About Having

People keep telling us that our time is the best with all of the gadgets, media, takeout – everything is done for our comfort and convenience. And most of the time, it really is true.

But we at Bright Side believe that the products on this list will take anyone's laziness to the next level. Curious about what to add to your wish list? Keep reading!

Electric roller skates

Are you a fan of roller skating but don't want to move your legs? Use electric roller skates, and...well...just stand there.

Ezy-On Socks & Stocking Helper

Some of those really complicated tasks in our life can use some help. Like putting on socks.

Bedroom laptop table

Add some snacks, and this is what I call a perfect weekend.

Remote control mop

Clean the floors from the comfort of your sofa. Just try to avoid your pets hunting it.

Remote control heated insoles

Who needs to move around when you can warm up your feet with a remote control?

Football on remote

Fancy a football game but not in the best shape? If your thumbs still are, get a remote control and go all in.

Kick-off shoe rack

Just kick your shoes toward it, and it will catch and store them with its genius design.

Spoon-shaped nachos

Not a fan of cleaning up after a messy dinner of nachos? Don't let your dip spill with these spoon-shaped nachos.

A clock that charges from bugs

A carnivorous clock that doesn't need its battery changed. It will "eat" bugs to gain its charge.


The only thing that will actually give you abs in 15 minutes. Well, an impression of them.

Electric ice cream cone

Lazy summers are so lazy. So just stick out your tongue, and let this cone do the hard work for you.

Solar-powered lawn mower

No need to hire a neighbor's kid or to do it yourself. Let the sun do your job.


The distance from the popcorn bowl to your mouth seems too long? Say "Pop!" and popcorn will fly into your mouth from this machine.

Bonus: A chair we all need

When it's Monday and you don't feel like getting out of your comfy chair, and you can't afford a car just yet, but you're still determined to get to work.

If being a lazybones means that we'll get all this stuff – who cares?

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