Last week, Robert Downey Jr. revealed that his choice in pod-style coffee makers is Iron Man-themed. Naturally. He probably had it made at Stark Industries. The man’s a billionaire after all. He does what he wants.
It turns out that Keurig coffee maker on your kitchen counter can be used for so much more than just making you a hot cup of joe. Just ask Evan Booth, who created Hedberg, a real working bionic hand made almost entirely out of the parts of a disassembled Keurig 2.0 K350 Coffee Maker.
If you’ve ever wanted to reach into someone’s racing helmet and pull out a pot of coffee instead of their head. That’s weird, but check this out. The Off to the Races Coffee Maker by Hammacher Schlemmer is a racing helmet that houses a drip coffeemaker.
Most of the console mods we feature are either portable versions of older consoles or add aesthetic features. Rarely do we come across a hack that was made for the heck of it, like this coffeemaker that was transformed into an SNES.
This new coffee maker looks like it came straight out of the future to pour some hot java in your cup. The effect is supposed to mimic a “rich waterfall of coffee.” I’m not too sure about that, but it does look pretty unusual.
I hate coffee. There is nothing redeeming about it in my book. It smells bad, tastes really bad, and stains things. The only time I have had any fun with coffee was the time I convinced my son coffee beans tasted like peanuts and he ate a bean.
Klaus Diebel has always been a modder. He started out modding bicycles, then surfboards, then furniture, and now coffee-making computers. We featured his 3-in-1 iMac mod last year, and since then ol’ Klaus has diversified, happily hacking away at old Apple computers and giving new life to their cases.