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    • Karen Chapman

      The Keyboard Waffle Iron Can’t tear yourself away from that computer, even long enough to eat? Well, the Keyboard Waffle Iron may be just the thing to ensure that a healthy breakfast is part of your day. And it’s pretty cool, being fashioned from and old and outdated typewriter!

    • lizz

      Typewriter Waffleiron!!

    • Inger Carlsson

      fun kitchen accessories (13)

    • Herb Firestone

      Kitchen Gadgets | A keyboard waffle iron. Admit it: You'd buy one if it really existed. | From Chis Prillo on Google Plus

    • Rollin Fox [sleepinggrape.com]

      Great product courtesy of Designhead that encourages re-purposing and recycling old goods. In this case, a Corona typewriter was converted into a functioning waffle maker.

    • Naila Abou Khater

      Keyboard Waffle Iron, what a pefect marriage of geek and brunch. From article: As part of "The Next Best…Ding!", an exhibition where the participants took typewriters and transformed them into pieces of art, Chris Dimino attendant with this cool keyboard waffle maker.

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