Mike Warren (a.k.a. “mikeasaurus”) has created a terrifying super blender that combines the appliance with a gasoline-powered chainsaw and a motorcycle throttle.

The device is said to produce the “most extreme” margaritas, daiquiris, and other blended drinks with 37cc two-stroke power. However, he thankfully opted to replace the chainsaw blade with a conventional bike chain.

Check out the awesome demo/promo video below.

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This new flatev device is said to offer “fresh tortillas at the touch of a button”, transforming a pod of ingredients in less time that it takes to toast a slice of bread.

The pods contain fresh dough “that control the precise blend, quantity, and quality of ingredients” to allow perfect consistency—one tortilla a a time. The flatev transfers the dough into its baking system for mere seconds (users can select the crispness level), after which the tortilla is deposited into a warmer for removal.

See it in action in the video below.

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If you’re the kind of wine aficionado that has a drawers full of gadgets for opening bottles, chilling, preserving, aerating, etc— SYNEK has created fancy wine chiller/dispenser called “Somm” that should be right up your alley.

Somm employs a temperature control for chilling, aeration control for red wines and a method of automatically adjusting its settings based on a winemaker’s exact recommendations.

Unfortunately, the device only works with Sylo cans, which are designed to retain freshness for longer periods than an open bottle. The manufacturer reportedly has a number of wines lined up for production that represent a broad array of tastes.

Somm is also connected to an app that allows the user to check wine flavors and levels, ensuring that you’re never subject to an unexpected outage of booze. It even learns your palate over time and can auto-order on your behalf.

Check out more details about the Somm in the video below.

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Swedish engineer Simone Giertz (aka the newest member of the Tested family and creator of such groundbreaking devices as the Breakfast Machine and the Automatic Chopping Machine) teamed up with former MythBuster Adam Savage to create a popcorn machine that can be worn on the noggin.

The one day build was described as an “international collaboration” which saw the duo work out a suitable mechanism via Skype. The creative process is detailed in the video below, as is the final result, which is basically a box that dispenses popcorn into a big hand that swings to the wearer’s mouth.

As you’ll see, it’s not practical, but it is hilarious.

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Here at That’s Nerdalicious Industries (a division of MacLennan & Reeves Chemical Processing Inc.) we pride ourselves on our ability to find interesting and, dare we say, exciting refrigeration technology. From a fridge that looks like R2-D2, to a fridge that only opens if you sing “O Canada” at it, to another fridge that looks like R2-D2.

Now, in the year of our lord 2016 – the lord in question being Freon, God of Winter -we can bring you the pinnacle of geeky refrigeration methods: A fridge that looks like that one Jugger-Nog fridge from Call of Duty: Black Ops III‘s Zombie mode.

We know, we’re as shocked – and, indeed, as overjoyed – as you are. Likely you’re bobbing up and down in your chair as we speak like an excited cartoon bunny. Possibly you’d like to know more about this marvelous cooling apparatus. Well good news, because there’s an entire video showing its construction. Check it out below.

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Panasonic is about to send apartment dwelling, regular oven having, aspiring chefs into a frenzy with the upcoming release of the world’s first ever countertop induction oven.

Panasonic’s Countertop Induction Oven calls upon the company’s more than 40-years history of innovation in induction heating technology. It quickly grills, bakes, toasts, and re-heats and requires little or no preheating, resulting in perfectly cooked meals. With pre-set menu options and adjustable temperature control, the Panasonic CIO takes the guesswork out of grilling steaks, cooking chicken and vegetables all at once but with results that are more flavorful — crispy on the outside and tender and moist on the inside.

The compact device will reportedly offer the same safety and efficiency that their full size counterparts are known for. Pricing information hasn’t been announced at this point, but the oven is currently slated for release in October 2016.

(PRNW via Engadget)

blending a selfie stick

‘Will It Blend?’ videos are played out at this point, but I’ll admit that I enjoyed watching a selfie stick get reduced to powder.

Watch this very satisfying video below.

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A genius innovator who loves to eat and hates to wash dishes devised a machine that produces edible spoons from store-bought dough.

Simply lay out the dough in the machine, wait three minutes and voila! You have an edible spoon that can be used to consume soups, stews, chilis, curries or any other scoopable food that goes well with bread.

There’s no word on when the device will be available or how much it will cost, but you can see it in action by checking out the demo video below.

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As anyone who’s ever owned an Easy Bake oven can attest, what can go wrong when you gave a kid a small electric appliance and a baking kit?

This Ninja Turtles Pizza Oven comes with a cheese pizza mix, spatula, baking pan, and a measuring tool that will give you the ability to make a totally rad cheese pizza in just 15 minutes.

You can even get a refill pack with 6 more mixes to share with your friends.


Product Page: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Pizza Oven ($54.99) / Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Pizza Oven Cheese Pizza Refill ($6.99)


If you’ve been around long enough to remember when the flying toaster screensaver was invading your massive, clunky computer monitor, you will likely appreciate this 3D version created by the DIY experts over at Make.

The project saw a classic toaster fitted with craft store feather wings that are operated via cables by servo. The final product will continue to brown your bagel, but won’t be flying around your kitchen.

See how the project came together in the video below.

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