So you like to grill when the weather is nice, but you hate cleaning all of that grime off of your grill. It’s tough. The grease and dirt always sticks to the grate and it can be a real pain to scrub off.
This oil truck is a superhero. When the lid is closed, it looks just like all the other tankers at Ken Foster’s oil delivery company. But it’s hiding a secret identity. Under its lid, it’s actually a not so lean, mean, portable grilling machine.
R2-D2 is one of the most beloved robots ever. Chances are that if you are reading this, you already own a piece of R2 merchandise or two. Some of you have tons of R2 items. But do you have a droid that can smoke meat?
Summer is nearly here. It’s time to get grilling hamburgers and hot dogs. You can always fire up your standard backyard grill, or you can go for something a little more fancy. Like this smoking gun grill that resembles a Smith & Wesson Magnum 500 revolver.
Instead of fire, or even sparks, the Looftlighter uses hot air – hot as in more than 1000°F – to light things up. The Looftlighter is named after its inventor, Richard Lighter. No wait: his real name is Richard Looft, a (former?)
First it was gold-plated toilet seats, and now we’ve got the most expensive government-produced weapon in the history of anything being used for grilling burgers. It would be a travesty if it wasn’t the coolest customization ever.
The specialty of Art Lebedev’s design studio is in stylizing the mundane. But their idea for a grill is just plain cruel. Called Gridus, the barbecue grid copies the look of a spreadsheet, ensuring that the user’s mind will be thoroughly driven insane as the concepts of “vacation”, “relaxation” & “cookouts are fun” are shattered.