Viral ‘Crazy’ China Inventor Made ‘Upside Down Hair Wash Machine For Lazy People

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There are times when you get home and all you want to do is to flop down onto your bed and sleep.

Unfortunately for you and me, we’re not the models on Korean dramas that’ll never stink despite running after thieves the entire day.

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So you drag yourself to the shower after 15 minutes of snoozing on the sofa to do the necessary.

But.

What if.

What if I tell you there’s a machine that can wash your hair for you.

All you have to do is lie down and it’ll do the rest for you.

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Meet Handyman Di 手工耿

He’s an inventor from China who makes gadgets you’d never imagine exist.

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And today, he has an amazing invention just for lazy people like you and me.

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It’s an automatic hair (and face) washing machine. And that’s not the best part.

It has a computerised hairdryer for the complete package and will make you do an involuntary headstand.

Here’s How It Works

First, you get yourself onto that machine. And because you’re upside down, make sure to clip your nose shut with a clothes peg to prevent backflow.

Ah Hock loved Michelle and asked her, ‘Ai stead mai?’ in the 90s. Today, he tried again but would it work? Prepare some tissue paper and watch their love story here:

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A white tube comes separately from the machine, which you must bite on because you don’t want to drown.

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You’d ask, why would I drown? 

Here’s why. Remember? Involuntary headstand.

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The orange hose will fill the clear container with water.

Here, have a closer look.

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There’s a turbine at the bottom that’ll whirl your hair all sparkling clean.

After a few minutes, you can turn it off, drain the water and blowdry your hair with the in-built hairdryer.

And ta-da~

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Here’s the full video for your viewing pleasure.

This Isn’t His First Rodeo

Now, if you’re wondering if this is his first product…it’s not.

He was once featured on South China Morning Post (SCMP) for his inventions. Unfortunately for him, they don’t have a good impression of his works.

China’s ‘useless’ Edison, they call him.

But then again, some of his tools are pretty interesting, though. A cleaver handphone case? A shoe/stool?

You can watch some of his works for yourself below:

So, what say you? Is there anyone you’ll want to get this horror/hair-washing machine for? Share this article with them! 😉