6 Kitchen Gadgets That’ll BLOW YOUR MIND. Maybe.

You know your socks? They're about to be knocked off by the testing of these kitchen gadgets. Useful or not. You decide.

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Muffin Maker –
Ultra Beer stick –
Slotdog –
Egg Cracker –
Foldable Fryer / Steamer Basket –
Egg Separator –

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  1. Jamie at 2:13 is me whenever I make bad life decisions…

    “I’m gonna do that again. I don’t know if I should but I’m going to anyway.”

  2. 1. Why
    2. Useless
    3. Just use a knife
    4. Maybe if you have shaky hands
    5. Ok that could be useful
    6. If you have one hand then maybe

    • Most kitchen gadgets (and other infomercial gadgets besides) are specifically made for disabled people. So, yes, those that lack an arm or that don’t have very good manual dexterity with their hands. Which, if they were to handle a knife, bad things would happen.

      The gadgets are just generally marketed to the public in order to recoup the cost of making them, since the market of disabled people specifically is small. But the devices themselves are purposefully made for disabled people in mind.

    • SORTEDfood probably the hot dog thing, it would really fast up the bbq. And the yolk thing, if you need to separate like 50 yolks at ones.

    • Most kitchen gadgets (and other infomercial gadgets besides) are specifically made for disabled people. So those that don’t have very good manual dexterity with their hands. Which, if they were to handle a knife, bad things would happen.

      The gadgets are just generally marketed to the public in order to recoup the cost of making them, since the market of disabled people specifically is small. But the devices themselves are purposefully made for disabled people in mind.

    • Silverizael I used to think that products like these, and the other gadgets they’ve tested, were simply consumerism at its worse and really just taking advantage of how many lazy people there are in this world. I’m glad to know that isn’t the case for why their original creation and that they serve a good purpose. Thanks for sharing!

  3. This was a fun video, but in the future, could you please not use the robotic voice. It got very annoying, very quickly.

  4. 1. Useful depending on the person. I see why someone may like it.
    2. Idk if it’s useful cuz I don’t drink but it looks like fun.
    3. Useless. Knifes are more versatile.
    4. Useless but I don’t have my eggs like that so maybe I’m wrong.
    5. Useful if it’s more stable than it looks.
    6. Useless. Even if you can’t separate eggs, the gadget can be replaces by an empty water bottle.

    • Most kitchen gadgets (and other infomercial gadgets besides) are specifically made for disabled people. So those that lack a limb or that don’t have very good manual dexterity with their hands. Which, if they were to handle a knife, bad things would happen.

      The gadgets are just generally marketed to the public in order to recoup the cost of making them, since the market of disabled people specifically is small. But the devices themselves are purposefully made for disabled people in mind.

  5. I am loving that James is in more and more videos. I feel when I watch him with the other boys he’s like the dad teaching his kids. All while standing in the background cheering them on or helping them when they need it.

  6. They’ve dropped the new format entirely. What happened to brownie points? Mystery box? Comment of the week? 5 videos a week? Big night in? Come on boys…

    • Maria C. Exactly!!! It’s not the same without all three in a gadget video…they used to be so passionate about the food and teaching people how to make things but now it’s just like…every Pinterest/Reddit cooking show on the internet. I found them and loved them for their originality and love for food. I mean hell they are the reason I ultimately decided on going to culinary school. They helped me push my passion. Food and cooking saved my life. I just wish they had the same…passion that they used to. You know? No offense to the boys…

  7. Like Barry from My Virgin Kitchen says. “Remember, some of these gadgets were designed for people with disabilities”

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