on the Double! Make breakfast for yourself and your partner in a jiffy! This Dual Breakfast Sandwich Maker cooks your breakfast in just 5 minutes. Double that! It cooks two. Save the time and energy it takes to run through Mickey D’s for an Egg McMuffin, and enjoy a lovely breakfast at home, even on those days when you have to be out of the house by 7 a.m.
Worrying about keeping all those parts clean think again. This thing has you covered, they go right in the dishwasher.
‘Beam Me Up, Scotty’
Star Trek fired our imaginations with teleport technologies. Traveling in a zip is a wonderful dream. (Just hope you don’t accidentally land at the wrong, very inconvenient, destination. Like, in the middle of the frigid Atlantic instead of Berlin.)
Space vacation will be available this century. You will be able to orbit the Earth as the moon does, but you’ll still have to rocket to get there. Yet, maybe teleporting isn’t too far off either. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) pulled it off with quantum information. In an experiment, the NIST teleported light particles! Will we be next?
The Condiment Shooter
Guns and barbecues. What is more American than that? Now you can shoot your ketchup onto your burger or pull the trigger to line your hotdog with mustard.
Do you want to make eating fun enough that your kids show up for dinner? This is your culinary device. (Disclaimer: The Condiment Shooter hereby disclaims any and all responsibility for the potentiality of food fight shootouts.) And that’s not all, folks it also shoots BBQ sauce and hot sauce.
A Bottle Opener for Any Occasion
Never get stuck with a beer you can’t open again. The ZRAMO Ring Bottle Opener is a stainless steel bar tool that comes in a silver or gold finish. Best of all, you will always have it with you.
For beer-centric lovebirds, it may be the perfect nuptial gift. Note to buyers. The Ring Bottle Opener comes in only one 22 mm size.
The Smart Lens
This revolutionary medical device that serves as a contact lens for vision while monitoring glucose levels in people with diabetes was a really good idea. Monitoring made simple, no pricks or prods. Google’s life science company Novartis led the project only to find, much like Google’s driverless cars, it is completely impracticable at this point.
We suppose it's still in the early stages. Technology like this certainly takes it time to develop.