Behold the BabyVac, a sparsely described, sparsely illustrated, well-trademarked competitor to the Wiva-Vac, aka The Hungarian Miracle.
Both products are desgined to clear out your child's clogged nasal passages using the vacuum cleaner you already have in your own home! Just attach the clear plastic nozzle to the vacuum hose, place it in/near/at your child's nostril, throw the switch, and --presto!--you've Hoovered all his snot out (hopefully without traumatizing him in ways that will only surface in therapy decades from now).
Stock photography, Paypal ordering, oddly stilted descriptions ["A stuffy nose will hinder breathing, make them feel jaded..."], ready-to-go-website templates. How's a snotsucking dad supposed to keep these hosers straight? Just remember: the Wiva-Vac has a Hungarian inventor, and the BabyVac also works with a breast pump. Next question?