Are you guilty of burning your toast? Is it such a bad habit that you've wished to have a see-through toaster? Help has arrived: a group of designers have developed a glass toaster just for you.
The glass toaster allows you to watch as your bread browns and eject it as soon as it reaches your preferred level of browness. Just like a regular toaster, it features a dial to adjust toasting time. As pretty as it is, the downside of the glass toaster is that you can only toast one piece of bread at a time. While its still in the conceptual stages, this is an invention we'd toast to. Cheers!
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