Gadget scrambles eggs in their shells to produce an ‘exquisite’ taste when they’re cooked.
What if eggs could be scrambled inside their shell, and then hard boiled? Thanks to the laws of physics and the original thinking of designer Geraint Krumpe of Y Line Product Design, they now can be.
Krumpe invented a spinning gadget that breaks up the yolk by means of centrifugal force, the force that draws a rotating body away from the centre of its rotation.
Krumpe’s invention, called the Golden Goose, stirred up such excitement on Kickstarter that it earned nearly 500% of its funding goal.
From April 15 to May 15, 5,514 backers contributed a total of US$170,277, smashing the original goal of US$34,500.