From alien spaceship juicers to square egg makers, meet ten really cool kitchen gadgets you can actually buy.
The Throwzini Knife Block ($69.99) is inspired by the spinning wheel of death: five stainless steel razor sharp professional chef knives will remain secured in their respective places with magnets. You can just keep the wheel spinning and let your younger ones clap their hands over the fact that none of the knife fell off.
One day the world will be run by robots ($10)! But not just yet. Keep the power in human hands with these fun salt-and-pepper robots. Just keep an eye on them – you don’t want an uprising during dinner. Designed by Marc Owens.
Just press this lovely little gadget against the bread before toasting and voila! You’re ready to play a mean game of Tic Tac Toe ($7.99). The winner gets the toast.
Impress your friends as you reenact scenes from Night of the Living Dead with a gelatin brain ($6.49) produced by this plastic mold. Includes a recipe for Worm Infested Zombie Brain.
This nifty and geeky Pacman ($14.40) character may be just what Mom would need to get her kids to help out with the kitchen chores. It combines the lovable character and an actual practical kitchen product together to make baking (and cooking) fun for all ages.
Create an interesting garnishing effect by transforming a round egg into a square egg ($6.35). Sturdy clear plastic design. Great for stacking eggs on a buffet, bento boxes, and children’s lunches.
Mugs to help you mix ($14.01) your favorite brew to just-how-you-like-it by matching the colour guide on the inside. Available in Tea or Coffee styles. Get the perfect mix every time. Designed by Suck UK.
Fred and Friends set of 3 nesting juice glasses ($18.61) in the style of nesting Russian Dolls.
A modern accessory for the kitchen capable of making morning moon juice ($13.95)! Your kids will love helping you make their morning orange juice using this "alien" juicer. Made by Streamline.
Can you feel your heart beat faster? Are your hands sweaty? Relax! This is just a clock ($26.99). This lovely new timepiece appears to have been hand-written by that evil math teacher we all had to endure. Each hour is marked by a simple math problem. Solve it and solve the riddle of time.