If you have a toaster sitting on your kitchen counter, there’s about a 99.999% chance that it toasts some kind of bread. But if you’re in the other 0.001%, your toaster prints recipes for other meals which may or may not include bread.
There’s something immensely satisfying about housing one of the kitchen’s simplest tools inside a compact model of one of the most complex and diabolical weapons in the history of the sci-fi universe. This 2-slice Death Star toaster from Pangea Brands is a must-have for any fan of Star Wars and the most important meal of the day.
Everyone’s high scores will be toast with the latest Nintendo toaster console (yes, this isn’t the first we’ve seen). It is the work of Finnish artist Jarno Kotavuopio who has made several custom Nintendo consoles. He has made two in the form of toasters, including this one.
If you need a bit of droid with your breakfast, and who doesn’t really, get yourself this fun Star Wars R2-D2 Toaster. C-3PO is probably jealous, but let’s face it, Goldenrod just doesn’t have the same personality, and he’s generally pretty annoying.
Plug this thing in, and all your games are toast, and so is your computer. For real. xXNokkenXx created this toaster PC by stripping down a stainless steel four-slice toaster, installing a wooden block at the base and mounting the components to that.
Holy… what is this image that has appeared on my toast? Is that Jesus with a perm? No man, it’s just Bob Ross. I made it with my new toaster, which burns an image of the iconic artist’s face onto the toast.
Toasting bread properly has never been a problem for me. You can adjust how dark you want your bread with a knob or lever. No need to involve your smartphone. Despite this fact, Griffin has unveiled a Bluetooth-enabled “smart” toaster.
We’ve seen our share of toasters that can print images onto your toast, but with all of them, the image is fixed, and will always print the same thing. Toasteroid is much better. It connects to your smartphone through Bluetooth and will print just about anything you want, by using a “high density micro-filament heating system”.
Selfies. There’s nothing more vain and stupid on the planet. Regardless, Hammacher Schlemmer thinks you want a selfie on every slice of toast that you make, so they are selling the Selfie Toaster. Sadly, I’m sure there are many pairs of duck-lips out there who think this is an good idea.
They can’t shoot straight. They are easily mind-controlled and they just aren’t very good soldiers, but stormtroopers can make an awesome breakfast thanks to this Stormtrooper Helmet Toaster and Waffle Maker.
Whether you like your toast on the light or dark side, this is a cool toaster for any fan.
Last year we talked a bit about a Darth Vader toaster that had turned up and burned the Vader helmet and Star Wars logo onto your bread. Another Darth Vader toaster has turned up and this one looks a little different.
Would you eat your own face? It sounds like an odd question, grotesque even, but it’s not what you think. It’s something that Vermont Novelty Toaster Corporation wants you to do every day with your daily cup of Joe.
This Darth Vader toaster will use the force to turn your bread over to the dark side. Or at least golden brown. And of course it also burns the image of the Dark Lord of the Sith and the Star Wars logo onto your toast.
Lambert’s Technabob post. December 20th, 2013. Cheap cash-in online this morning, legendary comic book character reduced to novelty item. I am afraid of this culture. I don’t know if it has a face, but it does have a thousand gaping maws.
Designer Mike Charles wanted to have a dock for his iPhone that would not only reduce cable clutter but blend in his kitchen as well. He ended up with the Foaster, a dock for the iPhone 5, 5S and 5C that looks just like a toaster.