Tails aren't just for dogs or cats anymore.
The 24-inch tail is remote-controlled and has four settings controlling the speed of its movements. There is even a "dance mode" for parties.
Why invent this extra limb for humans?
"Modern life is so serious, but if you are in the bank queuing for an overdraft, but your tail is knocking pens off the table, fantastic. It's the kind of excuse you need to be the child that we all really are," said Greyworld founder Andrew Shoben.
The tail can be covered in any material the owner chooses, including furry leopard-print fabric and even sequins. For more information, visit the project's Kickstarter.