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Miniature maker HMS2 shows us how to use plastic sheets and rods, and mad X-Acto knife skills to build a teensy toaster which looks absolutely perfect. Of course, you’ll need to make some tiny bread too, and be sure to wash it down with a tiny espresso.
The Toasteroid toaster uses a dot-matrix grid of microfilaments which allow it to print custom words and images onto your toast. Designs can be made on your smartphone and uploaded via Bluetooth. It can even print the day’s weather forecast.
This unique (and pricey) toaster oven from Japan ensures that your bread stays crunchy outside, and soft inside by adding humidity to the mix. Its makers claim it’s perfect for heating croissants, baguettes and rolls without scorching or drying them out.
Sometimes you don’t have the time to wait for your toast to cook in the morning. The guys at PhotonicInduction incrementally increased the power to their toaster, circumventing the wait time. Not coming to an appliance store near you.
We’re on a quest for the perfect toaster around here. The one in The Awesomer HQ leaves our bread either completely white, or burnt beyond recognition. We most definitely have taken these angular toasters off the consideration list.
The neatest thing since sliced bread? British artist Lennie Payne converts tasty carbs into intriguing toast art by blow torching, scraping to achieve different shades, lacquering and soaking in resin.