Inventors have developed a rotating ice-cream to wipe the contents onto the tongue and save lazy guzzlers the effort of licking.
The developers say the gadget helps avoid drips on hot days and, as well as saving the tongue effort, gives the tired sun-worshipper's wrist a break too.
The device is made for home use so all you have to do, when exhausted from a hard day's lolling in the garden, is fill the cone with your favourite flavour and press go.
The interior compartment which houses the ice-cream then spins gently round in an anti-clockwise direction as the consumer simply holds their tongue out.
A spokeswoman for Kitchen Craft, which is selling the product in the UK, said it would help people avoid melted ice-cream running over their hand.
She said: "We've all had the experience of quickly licking an ice-cream into shape before it starts to melt under the sun.
"It can give the tongue quite a workout.
"All you have to do is put your tongue on to the ice-cream rather than lick. It really is a lazy person's ice-cream cone as it does everything for you."
The rotating ice-cream cup, which is powered by batteries, is washable and on sale now at £5.75.
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