Hyun-A Ko’s Toaster Battery Charger sucks up most sizes of lithium ion batteries. Place one in the upper slot, push the handle down, and after a while it will pop back up with a full recharge. Those who are antsy waiting for the charge can watch the color coded LED display that is bread-shaped. Put it next to your Wake ‘n bacon alarm clock and you get breakfast, sort of. The prototype is certainly on the right track and may make a dull chore moderately amusing.
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Star Wars fans should be thrilled with the new Darth Vader Toaster every time they sit down to breakfast. The Dark Lord’s image will burn itself onto every waffle, PopTart or piece of bread you place into the small black appliance. Perhaps you can fashion your pancakes to look like little Yoda heads to go with them and use your sausage links to have a go at the Light Side. Pre-order for $54.99 for a January 29 delivery.
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You stumble out of bed after being awakened by your Wake n’ Bacon Alarm Clock, sit down at the computer to check your email, and munch away on the rest of your breakfast made by your CrazyPC 5.25 Bay Toaster. Installing in minutes, it comes with Windows software to adjust heat and time. What’s more, it includes a crumb tray for easy cleanup. Find it at a price of $29.99. More details below.
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This toaster works like a regular one and also comes with a unique basket that tosses your croissants as well as toasting your Pop-Tarts. It features an extra large 33mm slot, an automatic timer and shut-off, and two drawers to keep whatever you have grilled warm. At a size of 30 x 29 x 18.5 cm and a weight of 2.5kg, one button press will change the mode from toast to cooking. Made of a polypropylene body, the toaster is priced at € 57,50 (~$90.00.)
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Oliver Newberry, a graduate of Central St. Martins College of Art and Design in London, got perturbed when his beans, one of his fave meals, wouldn’t stay hot while he was making his toast. His prototype Turbo Toaster was born, apparently impressive enough to allow funding from Heinz. We admire ingenuity here at Gear Live but wonder if he could just keep the legumes on the burner while making his toast or perhaps make the toast first and the beans will reheat it. The thought of that breakfast may not get our taste buds excited, but it certainly helped Newberry land a gig.
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We’ve seen plenty of toasters that imprint dinosaurs, skulls and crossbones, and even Hello Kitty on bread, but this is the first one we have found that sounds practical. With designer Sasha Tseng’s Messenger Toaster, you can write a quick note on top so that when your significant other awakens he/she will have a honey-do list and breakfast. This prototype might also serve as an excellent excuse. “Sorry dear, I guess I ate the grocery list.”
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