One appliance makes two breakfasts at a time

The Only Omelet And Waffle Maker lets you make two popular breakfast options at the same time. Guess which two.

Now breakfast doesn't have to come only once per day.
Now breakfast doesn't have to come only once per day. Hammacher Schlemmer

Breakfast in the morning is essential, and the same could be said about lunch.

Breakfast comes in all shapes and forms. It could be something obtained through a drive-through window, a healthy snack on the go, or even a long drawn-out session punctuated by a breakfast buffet. Yet even with all these breakfast options, there exists a strange clan that ignores the most important meal of the day and forges on, dodging hunger until lunch.

Perhaps this avoidance of the first meal can be attributed to simple indecision in the morning. After all, even the easiest tasks are strained when the fog of sleep still surrounds brain activity. Sometimes we just don't know what we want to eat before we set about making it. It's lucky then that some appliances offer choices.

The Only Omelet And Waffle Maker offers breakfast eaters two choices for deliciousness--prepared at the same time. Featuring two separate cooking plates, the appliance takes its familiar gravity-inspired form to a new level. Based on the popular flip design for waffle makers that distribute batter in such a manner to produce perfectly cooked waffles, the device furthers that appeal by bringing eggs into the mix.

Having the option to take back control over breakfast is something that anyone can appreciate. As far as the non-breakfast eaters are concerned: look at this as an opportunity to make both breakfast and lunch at the same time--leaving the only question to be which one to eat first.

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