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  • June 5, 2015
    This is a red-hot knife built by certifiable crazy person Colin Furth that can cut and toast bread at the same time. He built it using a modified microwave transformer. Could you imagine sawing your own arm off with that thing? Do you think it would it cut and cauterize the ... / Continue →
  • April 2, 2014
    This is the $45 Darth Vader Toaster available for pre-order (they ship in July) from the BigBadToyStore. It toasts Vader's head on one slice of bread and the Star Wars logo on the other. It's basically the exact same as this Darth Vader toaster I posted back in 2008, except t... / Continue →
  • August 29, 2012
    This is the Trebuchet Toaster by designer Ivo Vos, whose name is the same forwards as it is backwards. *poker face* You just dial in the angle and launch power needed to shoot your toast right next to your eggs (by firing half a loaf onto the floor and having to leave for wor... / Continue →
  • April 27, 2011
    Personally, I'm happy just as long as the bread's not moldy, I've never really had a problem with toasters. But apparently a lot of people really struggle with them. Dummies. The Roastie Toaster features a ring of heating elements around its spherical exterior for even bread ... / Continue →
  • August 24, 2010
    Bacon that cooks in a toaster: genius. Bacon that cooks in a trashcan: gross. But all in all still a pretty good idea. Reddi-Bacon (1964) was precooked and there was very little extra fat involved when the foil packets were heated. However, there was occasional slight leakin... / Continue →
  • July 29, 2010
    Why are there so many conceptual toasters? Are you folks really having trouble using the ones you have? I mean, not to brag or anything, but I can toast bread with over a 60% success rate. Did I mention I'm batting over 80% on cooking Ramen noodles? I know, I know, I'm a cu... / Continue →
  • December 29, 2009
    Let's face it: the problem with modern toasting technology is that it doesn't use lasers. A far less significant problem is that you can't see how burnt your bread is getting until it's a f***ing shingle. Enter Le Toaster Vision from Magimix. Despite its toaster moniker, Le ... / Continue →
  • November 6, 2009
    Apparently coming back from the future to destroy itself isn't the only problem the Large Hadron Collider has to face, now it's being sabotaged by crumb dropping birds. CODE BREAD! CODE BREAD! The Large Hadron Collider, the world's most powerful particle accelerator, just ca... / Continue →
  • March 23, 2009
    The Super Nintoaster is a Super Nintendo in a toaster's body. It's similar to that time I dressed as a woman and solicited men at the bar (Friday), but nowhere near as good looking. It's maker, Mr. Vomitsaw, discusses: Built from nothing more than a Super NES, a toaster, fou... / Continue →
  • November 10, 2008
    This $55 Star Wars toaster burns a perfect Vader face into each and ever slice of delicious multi-grain bread (not included) and is available for pre-order even as I type (ships in January). If there's something every Sith Lord knows how to do it's make a balanced breakfast.... / Continue →
  • October 3, 2008
    This thinking cap promises to make its wearer smarter. How? Using a magnetic coil to send juice to portions of the left side of the brain, researchers claim that they can turn anyone into a savant, improving memory and creativity by incredible amounts. Being a skeptic, I wen... / Continue →
  • September 12, 2008
    Similar in concept to the Note Toaster, comes this little marvel of bread heating technology. The brainchild of industrial designer Sung Bae Chang, the Scan Toaster connects to your computer via USB and can burn pretty much whatever the hell you want onto your bread. The toas... / Continue →
  • September 10, 2008
    The Nintoaster is a Nintendo inside a toaster. You insert a game, press the lever down, and presto -- a nice heaping portion of NES-y breakfast in no time. It even glows red like a real toaster. But don't try sticking bread in there, because it won't work! Combine this suck... / Continue →
  • August 11, 2008
    Some clown of asses sold a piece of Montauk Monster toast on eBay. The life-changing adventure that will culminate with your successful bidding and acquisition of this item all began yesterday morning. In all honesty the morning began like any other for me. I woke gently to ... / Continue →
  • June 27, 2008
    Freddie Yauner is a nutjob. A nutjob with a dream. A pretty lame dream. A dream of building The Highest Popping Toaster In The World. And here it is. It uses high-pressure CO2 and a mechanical arm to blast your toast through the ceiling and kill the woman in the apartment ... / Continue →
  • September 14, 2007
    The Toaster Teapot is both a toaster and a teapot. Oh sweet mother, what will they think of next? I have been using both a toaster AND a teapot until now, and quite frankly, I've always felt like a douche. I'm not totally sure if it has anything to do with my breakfast prepa... / Continue →
  • September 7, 2007
    The Note Toaster, designed by Sasha Tseng, is a toaster that will burn reminders into your breakfast. Using a stylus, you write on the top, and then the toaster heats your bread while burning the message in. No word of how the damn thing actually works, which means it probabl... / Continue →
  • August 27, 2007
    Arthur Wu, who is clearly a bread heating genius, has designed the Toasty Single Serving Toaster. It looks like a cross between a cassette tape player and an appliance from the 50's, which makes it awesome. It may only heat one piece of bread at a time, but who cares, it has ... / Continue →