Bra Unhooks When You Clap Hands

Bra Unhooks When You Clap Hands

A US Engineer Randy Sarafan has invented a Bra Clasp that Comes Off when you Clap Your Hands.

Randy Sarafan’s Device could be the Answer to millions of Men and Women’s Problems who struggle with unhooking Bra Clasps.

The concept of an underwire bra or  brassiere can be traced to an 1893 patent that describes a breast supporting device using a rigid plate under the breasts for stability.

The modern underwire bra was designed in the 1930s, and gained widespread popularity by the 1950s.

There are some problems with Modern Bra like unhooking Bra Clasps.

A US Engineer Randy Sarafan has invented a Bra Clasp that Comes Off when you Clap Your Hands.

Randy Sarafan’s Device could be the Answer to millions of Men and Women’s Problems who struggle with unhooking Bra Clasps.

The device would consign to history the dreaded clasp fumbling that often happens in the throes of passion.

Sarafan was inspired to make the clap-off bra after reading about wacky electronic undergarments sold in Syria, such as musical knickers.

“Those of us in Western cultures have a thing or two to learn from the Syrians about gaudy electronic lingerie.

 Henceforth, it became my mission to fast-forward lingerie technology in the West,”

The Daily Telegraph quoted him as saying.

(ANI)

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