| January 15, 2008 8:28 pm | Categories: ,
Wow, this small oven is something that what I call “geeky”! Created specially for desktop usage, it is perfect to be placed on your home or office desk, near to all your favorite gadgets. Remember, how many times you’ve dreamed to reheat your cup of coffee or sandwiches from home right on your working place, not moving to kitchen and standing in line for microwave oven?
has prepared a really good solution for such things:
This is the Iwavecube Personal Microwave, a small (10″ x 10.5″ x 12) but fully functional (and it has all the electronic controls and safety features of “real” ovens) microwave that will fulfill all your desktop needs in reheating something. Maybe it’s to small, it’s enough to place a cup of coffee, some instant soup or mid sized sandwich, but nothing bigger. Anyway, I think that the price – $129.95 is not so high for such nice desktop device.
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