Forget padded bellies and sympathy pads — the newest pregnancy simulation is the real deal.
The real deal.
The Mommy Tummy 8.0, designed by Kosaka Lab at the Kanagawa Institute in Japan is kind of bonkers — but also kind of cool. We’re talking water bags, rubber inflatable balloons, vibrators and touch sensors — all to simulate the weight, movement and overall experience of pregnancy.
The company is hoping that maybe if men can understand the physical toll of pregnancy, they might be more accommodating and understanding.
Take a look at the Mommy Tummy 8.0 in action:
What do you think? Do you want to strap one of these onto your baby daddy? Or do you find it silly?