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Here Are 9 Of The Most Unnecessary Egg Gadgets Known To Man

By fiodhna_hm

December 20, 2016 at 12:10am

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You'd be surprised how many useless inventions people come up with for the simplest things in life...

Take eggs, for example. You probably thought that all you need is a whisk and a frying pan to enjoy eggs in your day-to-day life... But how wrong you were!

Read on to discover 9 of the most ridiculous egg accoutrements ever invented...

1. Silicone Egg Breaker

Because, why use your hands?

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2. Electric Egg Separator

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Is it an evil robot sent to conquer planet earth?

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What the actual fuck?

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3. Eggstractor

A device that peels your eggs (or tries to at least!).

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4. Eggxactly

This bad boy promises to boil your egg for you without using any water.

What next, toasting bread without a toaster?

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5. Old-School Egg Separator

S'not a bad product, eh?

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6. The Egg Cuber

Because naturally shaped eggs are so last season.

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7. Silly Egg Slicer

Knives are for numpties, get yourself an egg slicer - all the cool kids have one!

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8. Omelette Maker

Because using a pan is obviously too much of a trek.

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9. Egg Stencils

Well all know that eggs are obviously way more fun when they're in cute shapes.

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READ NEXT: Drop Everything – Here's How To Make Perfect Poached Eggs In Seconds

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