The Q-Cat mouse was a failed attempt to combine a barcode scanner with a web browsing device.
Zetty Hawkeye was a smartphone built based on user feedback, resulting in an eye-tracking operated self-adhesive device that lacked practicality.
Nike's Magneto sunglasses relied on magnets to attach to the user's face, resulting in an uncomfortable and impractical product.
The candy company Aids faced unfortunate timing when the AIDS pandemic emerged, leading to a tarnished brand image.
IKEA's blow-up sofa seemed innovative, but the use of hot air from a hair dryer caused melting and instability.