New Product Ideas From September 1960

By Martin Gilliard

A warm welcome to the new product ideas from September 1960 page. On this page are a list of ideas for new products that were put forward by people back in 1960.

Perhaps there is something here that sparks your imagination? Maybe you too can come up with a fantastic, new idea for a product. If so, and if it's something that you would like to share with the rest of the world then please do so by visiting my creative ideas page where you will find a form for submitting your creative ideas.

Please note that as these ideas were from 1960 some of them may now be in common use today or simply irrelevant due to them being related to an old fashioned product or concept.


An Aluminium Sawbuck

An aluminium sawbuck that would support a chain saw as well as cradle the log. A sling arrangement would allow the saw to swing as necessary. - David Hogg, Westford, Mass.

an aluminium sawbuck


A Thin, Magnetized Plate

A thin, magnetized plate to slip under the cellophane wrap on cigarettes so that you could toss the pack on top of your cars dash and keep it firmly anchored. - E.L. Enochs, Glendale, California.

a thin magnetized plate


Varicolored Fish Line

Varicolored fish line with a color change every so many feet. Then it would be simple to tell approximately how much line had been reeled out. - Peggy Kaluz, Marquette, Mich.

varicolored fish line


A Currycomb Attachment

A currycomb attachment for the vacuum cleaner. A few passes with this and you could rid a household pet of loose hairs or burrs. - Mrs. Winifred Maker, Douglas City, California.

a currycomb attachment


Easy To Pull Tubes

Easy to pull tubes for radios and television sets. A thumbprint impression on each side of the glass envelope near the top would give you a better grip. - C.E.Harris, Odessa, Texas.

easy to pull tubes


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