Not so secret, if you can read Hebrew..? (I can't, obviously)
We all know breakfast’s the most important meal of the day. So ditch your cafe-bought Marmite toastie and cook yourself a slice in the Wii-inspired toaster. Wii_toaster The Wii-like toaster launches slices towards your plate Designer Ivo Vos hopes to... ahem... “celebrate the mundane” with his toaster, which thanks to its …
I suspect that the connector is actually attached to a separate heating element underneath, because unless they have developed a way to produce plated through-holes in crockery, there is no connection betwixt power jack and silk screen.
Looks quite nice though :o)
"Alas, no plans to LAUNCH either the Wii-like toaster.."
I added the emphasis.
Also: heated plate = carnage if you cut hard witha knife, or plan to wash it (I'm sure there woudl be an engineering solution able to waterproof the plate though)
I was hoping the toaster and plate were wirelessly connected - much more fun if it calculated the angle and such itself. Red light if our of range. Granary bread = grape shot. Man the guns!
So you want a warm plate to put your toast on. Simple - do it the old fashioned way. Toast your bread on the grill and warm your plates under the grill pan as you do it.
With a really hi-tech grill you can even put cheese on your toast and melt it onto it.
Why do I want electrically powered plates, and electric cables trailing all over my dining table? And somehow are they dishwasher proof?
Clearly the world is in the grips of Toast fever- an intense craving to discover new and quirky ways to burn slices of bread till dry and crispy and then apply generous amounts of butter/jam/honey/cheese/scrambled egg (some people are known to enjoy fresh sliced banana on toast!) in some sort of crunchy tasty mess of crumbs and topping...
The flame because thats the element that makes toast, toast.
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