Would You Wear This Portable Retractable Safety Mitt To Help You Not Touch Anything? – Design You Trust

Would You Wear This Portable Retractable Safety Mitt To Help You Not Touch Anything?

What do you get when you attach a silicone oven mitt to a retractable cord that’s attached to your hip? For one, you get a weirdo that you can spot from a mile away.

But besides that, you get a portable safety mitt that allows you to grab door handles, hold safety bars on the bus or subway, and touch just about anything else during these weird infectious times we currently live in. It’s shamelessly called the CovMitt-19, and it’s sold by Etsy store TheDewDrops.

Are stores going a little too far to profit off of fear of the Coronavirus? Let us know in the comments!

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