Clothes With Implanted Vaporizers
Even though the title of this article sounds like it came out of a science fiction movie, it truly does describe the latest product that has hit the market: Vaporizer Hoodies. We can already see how that brainstorming sessions went down. At some point, somebody just couldn’t be bothered to pick up a vaporizer and thought: hey, wouldn’t it be great if you didn’t have to carry the damn thing with you, no matter how portable it was? It’s like playing basketball in the rain and not getting wet, right? Not really. We’re not going to advertise who the manufacturer of this product is but that information is right at your fingertips if you Google the term “vaporizing hoodies”.
This brand makes smokable hoodies and the way that works does not require you to take a hoodie and stuff it into your desktop vaporizer. What the company did was: they took a hoodie and replaced the drawstrings with vaporizer-like tubes that you can use to inhale the vapor. The hood itself presumably contains the materials that you want to vaporize. Needless to say, this idea looks like it was done solely as a publicity stunt, rather than an actual product that people will make a habit of buying. On the other hand, this is an interesting approach and it was only a matter of time before the wearable’s industry met the marijuana industry. Obviously, portable vaporizers just don’t cut it anymore so it’s time to implement vaporizers into our clothes.
Where Do We Go From Here?
With that in mind, what else could be used to take the vaporizing industry to another level? Maybe a bracelet that serves as a wearable vaporizer wouldn’t be such a bad idea? Or, maybe it would be cool to manufacture an add-on that you could hook up to your iPhone and turn that device into a vaporizer. Obviously, battery would be an issue but why not give it a shot? Most of the wearable technologies today are just testing products for what’s to come. Realistically speaking, you could turn any device into a vaporizer as long as it has a battery – all you have to do is manufacture an add-on that can be applied to your laptop, or your cellphone or an Apple Watch even. Sure, you would probably look like a nutcase if you kept sucking on your wrist but people still look weird when they keep vaporizing e-cigarettes in public.
Being original and innovative in this day and age is really hard to do. It takes courage to improve already existing products and sometimes these products fail but sometimes they actually amount to something. With that in mind, it will be interesting to see where the vaporizing industry goes from here. Let’s just hope they don’t invent vaporizing helmets that would replace those idiotic beer helmets.