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IPhone Cutting Board: There’S an App for Breakfast

by Range
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If you never managed to get that iPhone you wanted, or just plain love iPhones, why not get yourself the MyBrett, the cutting board that’s supposed to look like an iPhone. Actually at this size, it looks more like an iPad.

iphone apple mybrett cutting board german

Touted as a “breakfast cutting board,” the MyBrett is a laser-engraved piece of wood, that will look good whether you eat a sandwich on it or hang it on the wall. MyBrett literally is German for ‘my cutting board’. The MyBrett interface includes such exciting breakfast applications as “Sausage,” “Egg,” “Tea,” and “Cheese.” Not sure what the deal is with the pills though. Maybe they’re vitamins?

iphone apple mybrett cutting board german

They’re currently available for pre-order for €15 (appx. $20 USD). Expected delivery is at the end of September, though I’m not sure that they deliver worldwide. Send them an email to find out.

[via Leet Lady]

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