September 25, 2017

Satnag

The Sat Nag is the greatest in-car invention since the Sat Nav. Actually – it’s better than a Sat Nav, and even if it’s guaranteed to get you nowhere fast, it taps into humour that we can all relate to – well men can anyway!

SATNAG

Press the button on the front and a wonderfully condescending woman’s voice will come out with a barrage of sarcastic statements. There are 30 phrases in all and include: “I know you’re a man, but it’s been 35 minutes now, so can you please admit you’re lost and ask someone the way” – definitely some truth in that one!

“In 100 metres turn left. No right, err, no left. Sorry, I never can tell my left from my right”, as well as “In 50 meters I’m going to put on my most annoying voice and say ‘Is your short cut really faster when we get stuck in traffic like this, well, is it darling?”

What the manufacture says:

There’s nothing quite like a passenger with an endless stream of deeply irritating phrases to drive a motorist round the bend. This hilarious nag-in-the-box manages just that, with lines galore from the worst back-seat driver you’ll ever hear. Sat-Nag is, quite simply, the quickest route to road rage and the perfect gift for any long-suffering motorist.

In use:

The devise has a holographic screen, highlighting the important roads such as Whiny Lane, Backseat Drive and Earache Avenue. It’s very easy to use. Just press the button and sit back and bask in the torrent of sarcastic remarks. With any luck you will be fuming with rage by the time “you have reached your destination”!

Verdict:

If you want to drive yourself nuts, this little device certainly hits the spot. 10/10

Where to buy

£5.00 including Free Delivery from Play.com

About Paul Odtaa

Paul Odtaa is a web content writer, copywriter and blogger. He also is very experienced in developing WordPress websites, SEO and quite a few geeky technologies. He is currently helping a number of website owners to develop their sites as well as building on his skills as a retired computing lecturer to work on a number of web based training projects.