The 'Hand Free' Headset Lets Drivers Go Hands-Free in Secret

By: Amanda Greer - Published: Jul 29, 2013 • References: cargocollective & laughingsquid
Designer Phil Jones has created some completely hilarious hands-free headsets that are sure to confuse passersby and policemen alike. Titled 'Hand Free,' these headsets look like a realistic, human hand. Made entirely of rubber, and coming with their own white shirtsleeves, these "hands" clutch a headset onto which drivers attach their phones. The hand is then attached to the car's seat, allowing drivers to go hands-free without anyone even realizing.

Jones describes Hand Free as allowing drivers to go hands-free, "while still looking like an a**hole." This cheeky description couldn't be more accurate. These hands-free headsets simultaneously promote safety, and make other drivers think you have no qualms about texting or talking while driving. These contrasting effects make for a truly hilarious and memorable product. Stats for Humanoid Hands-Free Headsets Trending: Older & Average
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