Living in the modern age, we’ll never imagine what the world was like in the past when the everyday stuffs we’re used to today were not invented then. However, some inventions did have been created to make them life easier but we cannot see them now, especially during the period between the two world wars. Here we collect 15 coolest inventions in the past. Some are really great, full of imagination, and some just seem weird. We’ll leave you to enjoy and comment, but don’t forget to share.
One-wheel motorcycle, Germany, 1925
Bike tyre used as a swimming aid
Steam automobile design circa 1845
Amphibious bicycle, Paris, 1932
All-terrain car, England, 1936.
Radio stroller, USA, 1921.
Wooden bathing suits, USA, 1929
Ice sailboat, January 17, 1600
Radio hat, 1931
Bulletproof glass, 1931
Extensible caravan, 1934
Piano for the bedridden, Great Britain, 1935
Hamblin glasses for reading in bed, England, 1936
Electrically heated jacket, United States, 1932
Car with shovel for pedestrians , Paris, 1924
Hearing light for the blind, 1912
Early GPS, 1932
Folding bridge for emergencies, Netherlands, 1926
Booted rubber boat, Netherlands, 1915
Faxed newspaper, New York City, 1938
Snowstorm mask, Canada, Montreal, 1939
Gas-resistant stroller, England, Hextable, 1938
Revolver camera, New York, 1938.