October 13, 2013
"The world's best backscratcher" — "Breakthrough design features individually articulated movement of every scratching element"
Can your backscratcher do that?
I wouldn't think so, what with the claim this iteration is a "breakthrough."
It makes me wince just a wee bit publishing this, seeing as how I know that Flautist has been working feverishly on a similar concept out back in her Georgia skunkworks.
From the website:
We wanted to reinvent and improve the backscratcher.
We have spent an incredible amount of time studying and testing the scratcher from every angle.
It is dynamically adaptive to your back and features long reach, high flexibility, an ergonomic anti-slip handle, and a rubber pad that allows individual movement of each scratcher.
The rubber pad and high flexibility of the handle ensures that you can't scratch yourself too hard.
Still not convinced?
Watch the movie.
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You two have defeated the,
"An itch that can't be scratched"
Posted by: Joe Peach | Oct 14, 2013 5:43:00 PM
Oh tamra, I love both of them!
From the elegant to the undead, all I could want in two scratchers. Thanks for finding these!
Posted by: Flautist | Oct 14, 2013 4:46:40 AM
Posted by: tamra | Oct 14, 2013 4:04:05 AM
I agree flautist, give me freedom or give me an itch. Here's a "deluxe version" that's almost pretty enough to leave lying around:
Posted by: tamra | Oct 14, 2013 4:01:41 AM
This is probably a fine instrument if you want to scratch your back with a big toothbrush. The thing is, you might sometime WANT to really give your back the business, and the handle that "ensures that you can't scratch yourself too hard" would thwart your desire. Only YOU can know what is "too hard," I say.
This vegetable server (previously made by Ekco & called the "Kitchamajig")
is a superb scratcher. You place the concave side against your back (not the slotted convex side), and scratch with the rim, as gently-barely or excoriatingly epidermis-removingly as you like. Found under "Chef Craft 12951 Select Skimmer" at Amazon, you get a 3-pack for like 9 dollars or so. Keep them all over the house, or, you can even prepare food & stuff with them, apparently.
Posted by: Flautist | Oct 14, 2013 2:07:15 AM
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