So you’re a Pokemon trainer who wants to one day become a champion, right? Well, to that, you can’t be eating like a peasant, it’s time to step up your game with a meal made for champions.
Before going out into the world to capture all the awesome Pokemon, before slaving them out in deadly battle after battle, you need to a healthy breakfast, and that is where the Poke Ball Waffle Maker comes into play.
This waffle maker is designed to provide young and even older Pokemon trainers with the perfect meal to start the day. Just fire it up, place the waffle inside, close it, and let it sit there and do its thing.
Within a few moments, the meal is finished and you’re good to go. If you want to share some of your waffles with your favorite Pokemon, go on ahead. Lord knows that Pokemon needs it after the beating received the day before.
Jokes aside, if you’re planning to pick up Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee! then this Poke Ball Waffle Maker is a perfect addition. You can put it away as a collection for years to come.
For those who are interested, the device is available on ThinkGeek for pre-order. The cost is a cool $34.99, so be sure to think about it come November 16, or as a holiday present for a loved one.
Here’s the complete specification of the product:
- Pokemon Poké Ball Waffle Maker
- Officially-licensed Pokémon merchandise
- Makes waffles that are just shy of 7″ diameter and look like a Poké Ball
- Non-stick cooking plates duplicate the design on both sides
- Try filling the top half of the plate with batter tinted red
- Indicators light up when the iron is on and when it is at the correct temperature
- Materials: BPA-free housing and cast aluminum cooking plates
- Care Instructions: Wipe plates with a damp cloth. Do not submerge in water.
- Dimensions: 8″ wide x 10″ deep x 4″ tall with 3′ long cord
- Weight: 2 lbs.
- Electrical Plug: Type B socket (American, grounded) 120V ~ 60Hz
As for the upcoming video games, Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee! for the Nintendo Switch, they are set to hit store shelves come November 16, 2018. That’s not too long from now.
These titles are the first Pokemon games designed from the ground-up for the Nintendo Switch, so we expect a lot of new features and improved graphics right across the board.
At the end of the day, what we truly want as Pokemon fans, is an online multiplayer game similar to an MMO.