Does it come with an optional extra for batteries which you can't reach?
Most kids are taught not to stick things - aside from bread - into the toaster. But the Toasty Charger’s designer obviously wasn’t, because he’s crafted one with a slot for inserting reachable batteries. Toasty_charger_01 The Toasty Charger: recharge your batteries The concept toaster is designed for lithium-ion batteries …
At first I was wondering why there was a t-shirt on the front, but then I came round to thinking that maybe it was a piece of toast as drawn by someone who has never actually seen a piece of toast or, indeed, a piece of bread, but had the whole concept described to them using Babelfished text messages, and then approved by a senior product development team who had been similarly challenged in the whole bread aesthetics area.
Anyway, what I really want to know, is, will it charge the battery packs for USB toasters?
To all those whingeing about this idea encouraging people to put batteries in real toasters...
Please go back to reading the Daily Mail - nothing to see here.
"But think about the children!" - if you are thinking about the children then you should have your toaster (and your battery charger) out of easy reach until they're old/smart enough to look after themselves without burning the house down.
If someone is fooled into starting a lawsuit by an evil liar^h^h^h^h lawyer, let the courts sort it out. I don't think for one minute a reasonable judge would honestly rule in favour of such a suit.
Anyway, that's what the Darwin Awards are all about.
Its a good idea for god's sake.
Why so many gimps moaing that "kids will put batteries in the real toaster dontcha know. So irresponsible."?
How about the following: Dont keep it in the kitchen by the real toaster. If your kid is so thick, then put the real toaster out of reach, or just let darwinian evolution take its course.
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