Friday, 1 April 2011

Cool Gadgets for your Kitchen

Collection of unusual kitchen gadgets and creative product designs that promise to make the cooking experience more enjoyable.

Clicking Kitchen Grip Oven Mitts

Designed by Anderson Horta, these creative oven mitts were inspired by the hand cursor from your computer. 


Encanal Cutting Board

Carving board designed by Ernest Perera. The channel in the middle makes sure that nothing falls out of the frying pan. 

Jigsaw Puzzle Cookie Cutter

Little ones will love helping out in the kitchen with this creative, metal, jigsaw piece cutter. 

Throwzini’s Knife Block

In 1938, the Wheel of Death introduced a spinning target! Decades later, knife throwing still lives on in the modern day circus and it can live on in your kitchen with the Throwzini’s Knife Block.

Cigno Bird Teapot

Creative teapot design by Adam Hammerman is shaped like a bird.

Corn Stripper

Removing corn kernels from cobs has never been easier. The OXO Good Grips Corn Stripper features a container that catches the kernels as they are stripped from the cob.

Banana Handle

Slide the ripe yellow heat-resistant banana peel onto any pan handle and you are fully protected.

Peter Petrie Egg Separator

Hand-crafted ceramic head sporting a quizzical expression and a huge nose. To use it, you crack an egg into the separator and tilt it forward

Multi-Blade Rocker Pizza Cutter

Cuts baked pizza into equal slices instantly. Just center the rocker-cutter on the pizza, firmly set blades and rock blades across pizza.

Veggie Peeler

Thanks to this cool gadget, there is no mess in the sink, on the counter or on the floor

Lightsaber Chopsticks

Unique chopsticks suitable for eating sushi or defending the galaxy.

Do It All Knife

This set of knives makes other kitchen tool redundant by incorporating different (cutting)-actions within the unused surfaces of the blades

Pac-Man HotHead Pot Holder

Pac-Man is back, and he is ready to gobble up your hot pots and pans.

Human Head Knife Block

Unique knife block created by Dutch designer Maarten Baas

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