Here's an example of an unattractive, absurd but undeniably useful remedial object, designed to make up for a flaw in another object. The Flip-It Bottle Emptying Kit is a series of plastic gewgaws designed to let gravity evacuate the last drop of product out of a bottle.
The tripod base comes with four different adapters that correspond to common bottle neck thread sizes. There's also a gasket that you lay inside the adapter.
The tripod has its own valve in the bottom and you can dispense through it.
For bottles without threaded necks, they also offer an Emptying Stand. This one doesn't have a valve so you're meant to leave the original cap on, and it can be flipped to accommodate two different shoulder sizes.
This, to me, drives home how silly it is that this product has to exist; it's essentially now just a device to support inverted bottles.
Ultimately, I cannot criticize this product. As a former structural package designer, I was officially Part of the Problem, and I'm envious that I didn't think of this first.