Pringles are a potato chip product produced by Procter and Gamble. Made from a fried dough of reconsituted potatoes, they are uniform, scrumptious and available in a variety of flavors.
Earl Tupper created a series of bowls with closures similar to paint can lids. Depending on the orientation of the closure, the lid is either slightly smaller or slightly bigger than the bowl's lip, creating an air-tight seal.
The modern wet suit is constructed of skintight neoprene, affording the human body limited protection from hypothermia in cold water conditions.