If you needed that c-section or induction or other intervention (the plunger) because an emergency arose, then I'm glad it was available for you. If you don't want it and don't need it, then I support your choice to have it set aside (natural hospital birth), even out of immediate reach or sight (home birth).
It's a oversimplified but it gets the idea across very well.
I thought about this as I was preparing for the birth of my last son (baby Z, last September). I wanted my midwife's presence, but I also didn't want her there there. I wanted to be unbothered but with the reassurance of knowing she was there if I needed her and only if I needed her. Like my plunger sitting unused next to the toilet, just waiting patiently to be needed and totally worth having whether needed in that moment or not.
I have a strange thought process. Don't mind me at all, lol. I'll share baby Z's full birth story another day.