As he shared the video on Twitter, we could see the making of this tool. In the video, a man first takes a plastic bottle and cuts it into four equal parts from the bottom. After that, he makes tiny holes in the cuts and adds strings to them so that it becomes functional. In the end, he shows the final fruit picking tool. After sharing this video, Anand Mahindra also mentioned in the tweet, “Not an earth-shattering invention. But I’m enthusiastic because it shows a growing culture of ”tinkering.” America became a powerhouse of inventiveness because of the habit of many experimenting in their basement/garage workshops. Tinkerers can become Titans of innovation.” Check out the video here:
Not an earth-shattering invention. But I’m enthusiastic because it shows a growing culture of ‘tinkering.’ America became a powerhouse of inventiveness because of the habit of many to experiment in their basement/garage workshops. Tinkerers can become Titans of innovation. ???????????????????????? pic.twitter.com/M0GCW33nq7— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) June 2, 2022
Ever since this video was uploaded, it has been viewed 591.3K times and has 33.6K likes. Many people have also retweeted and commented on the post. Check out some of the reactions here:
“Simple, elegant, and easy to make! A solution for every farmer! Innovations like this are very exciting for a young agri- entrepreneur like me! Wonderful to see your support @anandmahindra, sir!”
“In a campus interview, my daughter was asked about different uses of an empty plastic bottle except filling it up. She could tell a few, but this is extraordinary. I am surely making one to pick fruits from my garden.”
“The best inventions are the most simple. And they look like they are always there! #India can become the innovation country of the world if we keep pushing and ”grabbing” in this manner!”
Many other people have also said that this invention is “awesome” and “amazing.” Some others have reacted using emojis. What do you think about this innovation? Let us know in the comments below.