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Nintendo Power Glove Oven Mitt: For Gamers Who Bake and Bakers Who Game

by Hazel Chua
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Most oven mitts and gloves are so boring. But not this one. No sirree, this Nintendo Power Glove inspired oven mitt is the closest to fun and awesome that an oven mitt can ever be.

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It’s designed like the old Nintendo Power Glove and is made from heat-resistant silicone rubber, which makes sense because people don oven mitts to handle hot stuff.

The Power Mitt Oven Glove was created by Pete Hottelet, who made a couple for personal use back in 2012. Public demand quickly grew, which prompted Pete to launch an Indiegogo campaign and offer the mitts for sale. A minimum pledge of at least $39(USD) will get you one of your very own Power Mitts.

[via This Is Why I’m Broke]

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Comments (1):

  1. D says:

    They’re awesome, but not $70 awesome.
    If you’re serious about baking, or even bake at all, you’ll need two baking gloves.

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