When were the first disposable lighters invented?

Answer The first disposable lighter was invented in 1972 by the S. T. Dupont Company, an affiliate of Gillette. Later in 1973, BIC introduced a disposable lighter that was capable of 3,000 lights, accord... Read More »

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When were cell phones invented&who were they made by?

Martin Cooper invented the cell phone in 1973, and Motorola was its maker. The phone was much bigger and heavier than today's models. Called the DynaTAC, the phone did not go one sale until 10 year... Read More »

When were tasers invented?

Scientist Jack Cover developed the Taser in 1974. The Taser, short for Thomas A. Swift's Electric Rifle, was available to the public in 1976. Cover was previously associated with the Apollo Moon La... Read More »

When were headphones invented'?

Oregon Driver's Manual says it's dangerous, but doesn't say anything about it being illegal (the recently instituted cell phone law is just above this part, so I trust that it's the most current Ma... Read More »

When were snowblowers invented?

The snowblower was invented by Arther Sicard, a Canadian inventor, in 1925. He originally used a 4-wheel drive truck chassis and added a snow scooper and chute. The first chute blew snow 90 feet. T... Read More »