In-Shell Egg Scrambler


If you’ve enjoyed some of the many culinary innovations lately, you may be aware of a rare treat known as ‘the golden egg’. Most people have never tasted the exquisite flavor of an In-shell Scrambled Egg. ‘Golden Eggs’ can be enjoyed hard or soft boiled, deviled or in egg salad, fried, pickled, atop noodles, or as a surprise on Easter Sunday. There are many preparations yet to be discovered, perhaps you will be the first to invent a new recipe? Golden eggs are known to be a delicacy, but you’ll have trouble finding a restaurant serving them and there are no utensils designed to create Golden Eggs… until now!” w/ photos

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Glow-In-The-Dark Element Soaps


“We were going to make a Silkwood shower reference here, but polling folks in the office basically nobody under 35 has seen it. So now it’s like we made the reference, and we didn’t, which is the best of both worlds. Moving on. Scrub yourself clean with this 3-piece set of nuclear soaps. Contains uranium (glows green), plutonium (glows blue), and a fallout shelter sign (glows white). Of course, it doesn’t *actually* contain any of those things. We like you to be glowing with clean and not with irradiation. For actual ingredients, see the Details & Specs tab, but rest safe at night knowing it’s vegan-friendly and not tested on animals. Unless you count people.” w/ photos

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Volcano Underwear


“Violent explosions spewing out molten lava, plumes of hot ash seen from miles around, deep and jagged ruptures in the very crust of our Earth – volcanoes are the ultimate symbol of nature’s raw power. And where better to warm your equally impressive manhood, than in the toasty magma chamber of this smouldering beast. With one finger quivering on the pulse of the great fashion houses of the world and another probing at our love of geology; these bulging volcanic boxers are hand-crafted by virile Polish seamstresses and feature truly impeccable workmanship.” w/ photos

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Bright LED Illuminated Safety Belt


The new Halo Belt 2.0 was designed to save lives. It is an illuminated reflective belt that provides optimal visibility and safety for its user. The Halo Belt 2.0 is a versatile tool to that takes wearable technology to a whole new level within the safety field. We have utilized the feedback of early supporters and Kickstarter backers to create our new Halo Belt. The Halo Belt 2.0 has been redesigned to be brighter and rechargeable. We have also integrated our custom designed LED fiber optic system and 3M reflective elastic onto the belt that can be adjusted to the desired size and length to accommodate most users.” w/ photos + videos

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Designer Handbag iPhone Case


“In the Minecraft universe monsters only spawn at night, and the real world is no different. Well perhaps not Endermen, Creepers and heavily pixelated spiders etc. but the Boogieman – he’s pretty real. Which is why you need to drive away the darkness and protect yourself properly with the Minecraft Light-Up Torch. We’ve plucked this pixel-perfect lantern straight out of the game so there’s no need for you to brave the endless world, chopping up stick-worthy wood or madly mining for coal. It emits a soothing yellow glow and can be attached to the blocks of your home as a sturdy table centre-piece or hung from the wall at a perfect 45° angle.” w/ photos

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World’s Smallest Phone Charger


“Where most portable chargers fall short is that they’re just too big and bulky. It becomes a dilemma, a conscious choice to carry one with you. You don’t want to take your bag so you end up leaving it at home, only to rue your decision later when your mobile is in dire need of power. Fuel is the world’s smallest phone charger and it’s compact enough to carry with you at all times. Measuring up at a mere 3.3cm x 2.3cm x 1.3cm, and stuffed (somehow!?) with a rechargeable 220mA battery, this feisty little fuel-cell is designed to give you around 20-30 minutes of extra talk time or up to a couple more hours of standby, depending on how you use your phone.” w/ photos

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