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This Egg Chair Does Egg-cellent Eggs

 |  |  |  |  April 21, 2011


I’m egg-static to introduce this egg-citing new egg cup that will revolutionize how you enjoy your eggs. (Okay, I will stop with the egg-streme overuse of the egg-words now. I just couldn’t resist.)

Anyway, remember those Ovalia Egg Chairs that were such a hit in the sixties? Well, now Silicone Zone has made a few chairs of their own, but this time, it’s really for the eggs. Say hello to the Egg Chair.

Egg ChairEgg cups aren’t really new to the scene, and I personally don’t use them when I eat eggs because I can do without the extra hassle. I mean, I can just hold the hard-boiled egg or put it in a bowl and eat it as I would if it were in a cup. But that’s just me.

However, this egg cup is different because it does more than just hold the egg in place.

These Egg Chairs are made from silicone and are oven safe, microwave safe, dishwasher safe, and freezer safe. So just put an egg on it, pop it in the oven (for baked eggs?!), or in the microwave to heat up an already hard-boiled egg gone cold.

Egg ChairThe Egg Chair was designed by Anima Dinamica and is available in a wide array of bright colors and is currently still in production. You can check out its page on Silicone Zone’s website for more information although it’s not yet available for purchase.

[via Yanko Design]



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