10 Lazy Gadgets To Help You Automate Your WeekendS

The end of the week is nigh. You have worked hard and now it's time to relax. That is the spirit behind the new "Thank Giz It's Friday" roundup. This week it is all about gadgets that will help you breeze through the weekend with as little physical effort as possible—a guide to the ultimate in laziness. The way I see it, why should you do things half-assed when you can do things no-assed? Let us show you the way.

10 Lazy Gadgets To Help You Automate Your WeekendS

After you wake up promptly at 1 p.m., you will probably need to make the bed. Screw that. Selfy the Easy Bed can do it for you using a motorized rail system. You still have to push a button with it though, which is one step too many if you ask me. Might as well just leave it unmade.

10 Lazy Gadgets To Help You Automate Your WeekendS

The next thing that you will probably need to do is hit the bathroom. After all is said and done, the Neorest AH Tankless toilet will wash and dry your ass after use. Doesn't get much better than that my friends. Oh wait, yes it does: it also cleans itself and saves water in the process. That kind of laziness doesn't come cheap though. One of these beauties will set you back $4000. [Toto via Trendhunter]



By this time the dog is probably antsy to go out and play. If you had a homemade tennis ball cannon like the dude in this video, that would be no problem at all.

10 Lazy Gadgets To Help You Automate Your Weekend

You may have noticed a little extra flab here and there, so it might be a good time to hit the gym or go for a run. Nah. Too lazy for that. I mean, why work for six pack abs when you can pay for them? For $4,000-$7,000 you can undergo abdominal etching surgery for that cut look. However, if you have a body like John Goodman, a six pack on a huge gut may not look right.

10 Lazy Gadgets To Help You Automate Your WeekendS

Yardwork on the weekends can be a real pain in the ass, especially if you have a big lawn. With Husqvarna's Autonomous Solar Powered Lawnmower, you won't ever have to mow again. Just program it to do your bidding and let it handle all of the hard work. It even cuts the grass short enough that you don't have to bother with bagging—and it charges itself when the work is done. Priced at around $4000 US. [Husqvarna]

10 Lazy Gadgets To Help You Automate Your WeekendS

While you are sitting on the porch watching the Husqvarna mow your yard, have a seat and take a load off. And don't worry about getting up. This chair can walk for you using a sophisticated mechanism under the seat. Unfortunately, I don't think many lazy folks could afford to drop around $23,000 on a chair. [Walking Things]

10 Lazy Gadgets To Help You Automate Your WeekendS

Alright, the chores are done and now it is time to eat dinner. Unfortunately, all of that microwaving has left you feeling a bit tired. If the thought of having to manually season your food is too much to bear, a set of these Movers&Shakers should do the trick. Just pull on the cord and they will dispense your condiments for you. Available for $9.95. [Baron Bob]

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After dinner all you want to do is sit in front of the television and have a beer—but there is no way you will be getting up constantly to go to the fridge. If you were like John Cornwell, the man behind the Beer Launching Fridge, you would never have to. [John Cornwell]

10 Lazy Gadgets To Help You Automate Your WeekendS

It's been a long, hard day—but just before you head to bed for the evening you get a phone call from your girlfriend. "We never do anything anymore!" she exclaims. Looks like you are in for a long one. Fortunately, you don't have to take it standing up. With the Cubic Pillow you can lay down, zone out and still hear the phone crystal clear. Available for around $17. [Strapya]

So how many gadgets is that? 9? Damn. Eh, it's Friday—screw it. I'm taking a nap.