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Tiny Cell Phone Strap Plant needs neither Food nor Water

"It's Alive!!""It's Alive!!"

Having seemingly exhausted all possible permutations of inanimate objects for use as cell phone mascots (don't count on it, though), Japan's Strapya World has begun enlisting the animate. Really now, who wouldn't want a miniature living plant sealed into what may be the world's smallest mason jar - swinging along on a strap attached to their cell phone? The Super Bio-Tech Mobile Plant Cell Phone Strap lets you take your own tiny, living plant wherever you take your phone - without ever worrying about feeding or watering!

Put on your plants!Put on your plants!

One might ask how the plant stays alive without food or water, but that's an unanswerable question. You see, your tiny Cattleya or Cactus has all the food and water it needs - in the form of a specially engineered "bio-tech fertilized colorful solid liquid".

Guess who's calling?Guess who's calling?

Strapya offers the Super Bio-Tech Mobile Plant Cell Phone Strap in your choice of Pink or Blue... can you see where this is leading? Right - your lady friend will be buying one of each and giving the blue one to you. Tie it to your phone if you know what's good for you. C'mon, it's not so bad... it's not like it's tied to your, er, never mind. Just grin & bear it, and show the world you love and are loved!

Pink and Blue, from Me to You...Pink and Blue, from Me to You...

The Super Bio-Tech Mobile Plant Cell Phone Strap in Blue or Pink houses a tiny, living Cattleya or Cactus and only asks that you don't leave it under the exposed sun. As Strapya sez, "It's so gentle". Get them from Strapya World, Japan's leading retailer of cell phone straps and accessories, for just 1,029 yen (about $8.79 US) plus shipping. 



Steve Levenstein
Japanese Innovations Writer
InventorSpot.com

Comments
Jul 25, 2007
by Anonymous (not verified)

Why?

Why?

Jul 25, 2007
by Steve Levenstein
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Why not?

Why not?

Jul 25, 2007
by Anonymous (not verified)

Why, Why?

Why, Why?

Jul 25, 2007
by AmericanCynic

Sea Monkeys!

Why not a sealed globe of Sea Monkeys? Remember when those used to be advertised in comic books? 

Jul 25, 2007
by Steve Levenstein
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Ahh yes...

Ahh yes, Sea Monkeys... one of the greatest scams ever perpetrated on kids. 

I don't know what the heck those things were, but they sure as shootin' weren't monkeys!

Jul 25, 2007
by Casual Adventurer (not verified)

Self sustaining closed system bio-environments

Allright now if they can only invent something similar for my perennially short lived goldfish, I'll never be lonely again Innocent

Jul 26, 2007
by Anonymous (not verified)

Why not?

I love it and would buy it, it's too cute

Aug 3, 2007
by Anonymous (not verified)

next is what ? portable

next is what ? portable aquarium ?

Aug 3, 2007
by Steve Levenstein
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shh...

Hey, don't give the game away!

Sep 7, 2007
by Boo (not verified)

Whee...

I think sea monkeys are parasites 8D

Feb 4, 2009
by Anonymous

Sea Monkey

They were just simple Brine Shrimp