24 Things That Are The Perfect Examples of Jugaad Technology

10:00 am 25 Mar, 2016


When it comes to creative fixes, it seems that there’s nothing totally useless. A thing may not fit one purpose but it is useful for another. Find here 24 such things that are perfect examples of jugaad technology.

 

1. Saw anything funny here? After all, what difference does it make if both serve the same purpose? 

Something is at least better than nothing.

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2. Why should car wallas have all the fun? 

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3. When one can’t afford a wheel.

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4. This should cool things down.

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5. If the laptop itself is still operational, it’s cool.

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6. As long as the clock is working and the time is correct.

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7. Even a damaged CD can be put to some good use.

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8. I wonder what those buttons will do?

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9. A wheel is a wheel.

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10. Which one do you think will better serve the purpose?

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11. Dual purpose – a tub and a sink.

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12. Who cares if it works and serves the purpose.

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13. When wood is more hard to find than unused old telephones at home.

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14. Just to reach home.

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15. When the mailbox always gets knocked off by kids.

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16. So that one don’t get pulled over for not wearing one.

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17. It may not roll, as many of you expect it should, but at least it’ll make sure that balance is maintained. 

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18. Objects in this mirror won’t be closer than they appear.

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19. A hose always comes in handy. 

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20. There is flexibility in this – at times a table fan and other times a ceiling fan.

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21. When the real fire extinguisher is removed.

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22. As long as it lights the way.

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23. If it works?

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24. It is a soap dispenser after all.

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