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USB Toast Handwarmers Might Leave Butter and Jam on Your Keys

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How often have you said to yourself while typing on your computer, “gee, my hands are freezing.” Okay, unless you work in the Ice Hotel, it’s probably not that frequent of an issue. Still if you could use cold hands as an excuse to wear these, would it change your mind?

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Thought so. These wouldn’t be the first gadget I’ve seen which keeps your hands warm at the computer. They’re not even the first USB handwarming mitts I’ve come across in my travels. But they are the first ones I’ve seen that look like anthropomorphic toast, and that’s good enough to warrant a purchase in my book.

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When you find your fingers getting cold, just plug in the USB cable, and slip a slice of toast over each of your hands. Heck, even if you’re living in Australia and it’s summertime, you should buy a pair, just so you can look cool while surfing the web on the beach.

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The USB Toast Handwarmers are available now over at ThinkGeek for $24.99 (USD) for the pair. Choose from white, wheat, sourdough, rye, pumpernickel, or an english muffin. Just kidding about that last part.



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