Nothing is truly indestructible, however somethings are definitely made better than the rest. As you will see in this list, there are watches that can withstand the blast of a bomb, houses than can survive 300 mph hurricanes, tires that never deflate; and much, much more. These are the 25 most indestructible things known to man (so far).
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Designed with children in mind, these books are made out of a paper-like material that can’t be ripped, torn, or punctured.
What’s more, the books are waterproof and non-toxic.
Indestructible 'One World Futbol'
Made from a unique foam, this ball never deflates even after multiple punctures.
Indestructible Business Cards
Developed in Japan, these cards are waterproof and tear-proof and can even be stored in a full glass of water.
Polaris 'Never Flat' tire
Made with a web of plastic honeycombs surrounded by a thick band of rubber tread, these tires are so durable that they have been shot at with a .50 caliber bullet and were still able to function for 5,000 miles.
Bullet proof suit
Like something straight out of a James Bond movie, and at an estimated $20K, the Garrison Bespoke “armored business suit” is able to protect its wearer from a gun assault by using the same carbon nanotubes designed for the US troops’ uniforms in Iraq.
Indestructible Cellular Phone
Kyocera Torque is a splash-proof, drop-proof, sand-proof, basically everything-proof smartphone.
Bulletproof public toilet
Yes, it really exists and can be found in Beijing’s Hongguan Village.
This rug was made by looping thousands of galvanized steel wire rings to create a three-dimensional looking masterpiece.
The KAVENTSMANN Triggerfish Bronze A2 has successfully withstood blasts involving 10lbs of C4.
This energy efficient LED flashlight from Rayovac can be dropped without a scratch from the 3rd floor.
World's unofficial toughest bridge
There is even a website (11foot8.com) that documents all of the trucks that get their tops ripped off by this absurdly low bridge in Durham, North Carolina.
Indestructible Hurricane Proof House
Able to withstand 300 mph winds, this Pensacola, Florida home has already withstood four catastrophic hurricanes including Ivan, Dennis and Katrina. This is due to it’s one-piece concrete construction embedded with five miles of steel.
Created by Cybernetic Research in Tucson, Arizona, it is known for being the most reliable and durable pen on the planet. It even lets users write under water.
Though not entirely indestructible, Tungsten rings come pretty darn close. They are four times harder than titanium rings and five times harder than steel rings.
Capable of resisting 800°C (1472°F) flames and huge impacts, the Lewis & co’s F1 racing helmets from Arai are the world’s most indestructible headwear.
Supposedly used by the personal security guards of the president of the Philippines, this unbreakable umbrella has multiple creative uses.
Indestructible Hard Drive
ioSafe N2 allows users to padlock its front door and unlike most hard drives, it is resistant to heat, fire and water.
Featuring a hardened, chrome plated solid steel body that can resist cutting, sawing and corrosion, this American Lock padlock maybe the last one you’ll ever need.
Caballero Polo Shirt
With a material touted to be better than even kevlar, the Caballero Polo shirt offers you bullet proof protection for a whopping $3,475.
Indestructible Glass Water Pipe
To test the durability of this Magic Glass water pipe, it was used to hammer a nail into a board without braking the glass.
Manufactured by Panasonic, this laptop can withstand just about any condition without damage (such as being dropped, stepped on, drowned, burned, or buried in sand)
Indestructible Toilet Seat
National Hospitality Supply recently unveiled this indestructible toilet seat marvel. It does not discolor, resists stains, and is made of a virtually indestructible one-piece construction.
Toyota Hilux is often dubbed as “The Indestructible Truck” because of its unrivaled ability to endure extreme conditions such as completing a journey across the Antarctic spanning almost 6,000 miles without wearing out.
Bullet proof kimono
Designed by Miya Ando, this beautiful piece of Japanese culture is made from stainless steel plates and sterling silver rings. The first bullet proof kimono in the world, it’s current value stands at around $25.000.00.
You can bend them, sit on them, kick them, and even run them over with a firetruck but they’ll still work perfectly fine.