gadgets: gotta go, gotta go, gotta go right now…

I really thought I had heard it all when I first heard David Sedaris read about his experience with the Stadium Pal (skip down to Lesson Four), also here’s a video of him on Letterman reading the account but the volume level is horrible.

Silly me for thinking that there could be no more advances in the field of surreptitious urination technology:
golfer shown using the UroClub

Ask any golfer if heโ€™s ever been caught out in the middle of the course … no bathroom in sight and Nature was Calling, Loud and Clear! The answer is a resounding … “Sure I Have! I went in the bushes, I tried to find a tree, I went on the side of the golf cart, etc. etc.”

Enter the UroClub™! My first thought is that it has to beat the Stadium Pal out by the fact that you’re less likely to have to conceal what you’re doing from the few people that may be around. The design is very simple, too — just a mini portaloo, no complicated attachment system. But you still have to deal with carting around your wee and even better, carting it around in the same bag as your clubs, nice! And I love that the inventor, a practicing urologist, implies that most golfing males suffer from urinary frequency.

I can’t help but think that there’s a large fetish market that all of these manufacturers are missing out on.

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4 Responses

  1. Lolypup says:

    I dont understand the c0ncept of having a container for the waste. Why cant the club be stuck into the ground and the pee simply flow into the ground. If your gonna invent something, invent something somewhat useful.

  2. brian says:

    @Lolypup: They don’t want people messing up the pristine golf course! I’m pretty sure urine isn’t considered good for the soil. ๐Ÿ˜†

  3. Lolypup says:

    and here I always thought natural waste was a biodegradable. I guess it depends on one’s diet!

  4. Chris says:

    What absolutely terrifies me about this is that … it would actually make a perfect Christmas present for my Dad.

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