Sunday, February 22, 2009

Hot or not?

Every so often, a product is so brilliant in its design, so encompassing in its usefulness, and so reasonable with respect to price that it would be a sin not to mention it to our readers. Therefore, I take the utmost pleasure in introducing you to the “Mastercool MSC52224A Infrared Thermometer in Case.”

For a mere $45, you can gain heat-sensing power rivaling even that of the Predator. Just point the Mastercool at the surface of any object and instantly get a temperature reading. Skeptics may wonder what purpose such a device has in everyday life. Here are a few I've found since receiving the Mastercool on Wednesday:
  1. Breathe life into meetings - that's right, you too can jazz up any boring meeting by passing this guy around. If it's a meeting of engineers, it's even more effective than a puppy.
  2. Take your chocolatiering to the next level - having a hard time figuring out when that pan of chocolate is between 88-90 degrees Fahrenheit? Fear no more... Mastercool will take the guess work out of your next chocolate covered masterpiece.
  3. Answer nagging questions:
    • Q: How cold is my freezer wall?
    • A: –0.2 degrees F.
    • Q: Will Summer chase a laser beam on the floor?
    • A: Yes.
    • Q: Should I buy a Snuggie?
    • A: No.

Ouch. Turns out the stove is 827 degrees right before it turns red.


Primetime said...

I'm sold on the name alone. I'm a sucker for anything called "mastercool".

Jonathan and Cheri said...

so, it will read if you have a fever?

Jones Town said...

Very cool...I think I need one!
P.S. Your blog is hilarious...makes me laugh every time. :)