We see many things during our day to day work but we fail to notice the reason behind the product being designed in a particular way as long as our need is fulfilled we do not pay attention to the detailing of the product. So, we could never have guessed before what’s the main reason of that product which we used in our daily life.
So, this time, we have brought you for some detailing of the products which you never noticed earlier. So go ahead and watch this video know the reason behind the cylindrical design on the top end of your laptop adapter or the small pocket on your jeans. Go ahead and find answers to all the unanswered questions.
We may even go round telling the other ignorant people of their functions to make the world a smarter place…… or we might make up weird purposes for them to see if they catch on! There’s a multitude of things that we see all around us on a daily basis, yet we don’t know what these things are really for. So, check out the main purposes of these 6 things that you could never have guessed before.
That Loop On The Back Of Your Shirt
Before the time of closets, shirt were hung on a wire to dry. Apparently the loop has remained so shirts can be hung easily on the hook it locker rooms and so they get the name locker loop! Smart eh!
That Wee Cylinder On Your Laptop’s Power Cable
This small but nifty device is called a ’ferrite bead’. It’s purpose is to suppress high-frequency noise in electronic circuits. Its design is incredibly simple as shown in the picture above: it has an insert made from ferrite which the cable can be wrapped around.
That Tiny Hole In A Plane Window
Two panes of plastic glass (perspex) are used to make the airplane windows. By itself, the inner glass could potentially shatter because of the huge difference in pressure inside and outside the cabin. The tiny hole allows the air to move between the cabin and the area between the two panes, equalizing the pressure between them. Now you know!
The Blue Part Of The Eraser
So this one may shock you, but deep down you always knew it. The blue part of the eraser is not for pen ink…you know this because it never worked to erase pen. It is actually for thicker paper or card. Oh to go back and tell the school kid you!
Horizontal Buttonholes On Your Shirt
Another shirt dilemma that’s about to be resolved! So, as you will notice on your shirt the first and last button have horizontal openings while all the rest have vertical ones. Why is this? Well…because the top and bottom buttons are the most likely to become undone, the horizontal opening secures them better, but since they are more difficult to operate all the rest are vertical.
Those Extra Eyelets On Your Sneakers
They’ve been doing the rounds on the internet lately…those two holes you’ve never paid much attention to, are actually to better secure you’re feet from ankle rubbing when running or playing sports.
That Hole In The Spaghetti Spoon
Good one this one. That hole measures the perfect spaghetti portion per person! Never make too much again!
That Small Pocket On Your Jeans
You can obviously put in it whatever you want but originally that pocket was on Levi jeans for pocket watches.
That Hole At The Top Of The Cap On A Biro
100 people die each year in the United States from choking on pen caps, the hole is there to allow air down the passage. This safety feature was added in the 1980s after a number of choking incidents.
That Square Of Material That Comes With New Clothes
Not replacement patches for tears apparently, but you could use them if you so wished, and still had them around when you rip your jeans. They’re actually meant to be washed with your washing powder or bleach to allow you to check how the new clothes will react to certain kinds of washing/different chemicals. Interesting!