10 Insane Inventions That Were Actually Used In The Past

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We have come a long way in terms of technology. If you told someone a few decades ago that we would all have portable communication devices that allowed us to speak to anyone in the world, they would think you were crazy. Despite the massive leaps we’ve taken over the past two decades, the technological world developed quite slowly over the past century. We had to learn to crawl before we could speed walk, which is why this list features 10 of the most shocking inventions from the past.

Two-Person Baby Holder

Apparently people in the past were too week to carry a two month old baby, which is why they invented a two-person baby holder.

Swimsuits Using Bike Tires

Fashion wasn’t really a mandate in the past when it came to swim suits. Staying afloat was a bit more important to these people.

Shiner And Comber

Bald people received special attention in the past, which is why the invented this comb which also shines the top of your head.

Faxable Newspaper

Before the internet, there were fax machines and newspapers. This is why they invented a newspaper design that could actually be faxed to different parts of the world.

Smoking Made Even Easier

Apparently chain smoking efficiently was something people worried about in the past, which is why they invented this nifty device for people who hadn’t heard about lung cancer yet.

Gas-Powered Baby Carriage

This gas-powered baby carriage looks like it was taken out of an Orson Welles film.

All-Terrain Vehicle

Building an all-terrain vehicle in the past involved fixing as many tires as possible on the vehicle instead of working on the suspension and other dynamics.

Doggie Restrainer

If your dog ever went crazy in the past, you could use this ridiculous restrainer to try and get a hold of him.

Snow Mask

This face protector was specially invented for people who wanted to get out during snow storms.

Unique Camera

This gun-shaped camera was an actual invention from the past. It would revolve and take a picture every time someone pulled the trigger.