Tired of your old, boring routine while taking a bath? Here’s a solution from Orocan: the Tabo Max, which starts at PhP69.50.
How does it rejuvenate your regimen? The product speaks for itself:
“Featuring a high-sheen plastic finish, adaptive handle, active water retention, and maximum buoyancy factor. The Tabo Max comes in 6 colors: red, blue, green, white, light blue at light green, and is always available to order with prices starting at P69.50 for 2 pcs, one for each cheek,” pens Orocan, the brand that also funded that funny Cantina water dispenser ad. This one is funny for twice as many reasons, though.
If you’ve been updated yourself on the recent tussle between the tabo brands, this can be interpreted as a jab at Japanese brand MUJI’s “nouveau riche” bathroom dippers (tabeaux?) which used to sell at PhP365.
Forget owning an iPhone11; 2019’s biggest flex was owning MUJI’s bathroom dippers.
Speaking of the tech brand, for faithful followers of the tech giant, Apple, another joke sticks out from afar: that it’s a parody of the recently released AirPods Max, Apple’s newest wireless, noise-canceling headphones.
“AirPods Max combine a custom acoustic design, H1 chips, and advanced software to power computational audio for a breakthrough listening experience with Adaptive EQ, Active Noise Cancellation, Transparency mode, and spatial audio. AirPods Max come in five gorgeous colors, including space gray, silver, sky blue, green, and pink, and are available to order starting today,” Apple describes its newest product.
Both Apple and Orocan are out to prove that anything can be a marketable feature if you use a thesaurus often enough.
The new AirPods Max are so outrageously priced that it started to sound like a parody of itself, at least according to these meme-makers:
Whether the Tabo Max is a shade to one or the other, we can all agree on one thing: that Orocan’s marketing agency a raise. Can we get an Orocan Balde Max soon?