16 Tiny Details of Common Objects that You’ll Find Interesting

13. The cylindrical shape thing is called a ferrite bead.

They exist at the ends of chargers in laptops and computers. They are used in suppressing high-frequency noises and isolates the laptop from electromagnetic noise.

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14. Do you know why there is a loop at the back of a shirt?

Some say it used for attaching a tie at the back, and also to hang on a hook properly.

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15. The dots that come in bottles are not Brailles.

Those are codes use in the production process to mark the authenticity of the product.

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16. Fancy an elbow patch but don’t know it’s purpose?

During the war days, Soldiers had to crawl around a lot on their elbows and that area of the cloth would thin up and tear. That is the reason why they added extra layers of patches.

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