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March 19, 2005

Measure Magnet


Sometimes you're tired, sometimes you're groggy from the night before, sometimes you just can't think straight.

For times like these, there's this most helpful tool that sticks via the magic of magnetism — Franz Anton Mesmer, call your office, your field is ready — to any ferrous metal, most likely your fridge.

Cups to fluid ounces to tablespoons to teaspoons to milliliters, everything you need to stumble your way through your recipe and make that cake everyone loves.

I guarantee you'll use this many times over the years — or your money back.

Just don't ask me for it.

A bookofjoe Design Award Winner on the basis of its lack of moving parts.

Oh, shush: I know quite well that if we turn a powerful-enough magnifier on this apparently quiescent piece of 18/10 stainless steel, at some point there'll be plenty of motion.

The device converts from 1/16- up to 1-cup.

Hanging hole comes pre-installed at no extra charge!

$6.99 here — or be really nice and get one for your best friend while you're at it: that drops the price of each to $5.99.

Hey — I can lead you to water, but I can't make you drink.

Just can't see dropping real cash money for this?

No problema: click on the picture above, print it out, then tape or glue it somewhere in your kitchen.


How's that for fast, cheap & out of control?

You know, two out of three ain't that bad.

March 19, 2005 at 02:01 PM | Permalink


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