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Star Trek Enterprise Pizza Wheel: These Are the Voyages of the Starship Pepperoni

by Paul Strauss

Ok, get ready for it. This could be the best piece of Star Trek memorabilia ever. Melding the geeky pursuits of being a Trekkie and eating junk food, this pizza cutter is designed to look just like the Starship Enterprise.


It’s five-year mission, to explore new sauces, to seek out new cheese and meat combinations, to boldly cut deep dish where no man has before.


The blade is crafted from laser-etched stainless steel, and the body is made from a durable zinc-alloy chromium plate. but who are you kidding. You’d buy this thing if it were made from the lid of an old tin can and an old corkscrew.

You can get your grubby little hands on the Star Trek Starship Enterprise pizza wheel over at ThinkGeek for $24.99 (USD).

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Comments (1):

  1. IGPNicki says:

    This pizza cutter is *very* cool. It’d almost be a shame to get cheese all over it! There’s also a matching bottle opener that is also cool. Pizza and beer while watching Star Trek anyone?

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