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Games Console Microwave

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Furze’s invention show see’s your ideas get created, so in this episode we see Dan Ibstons idea of a Games console built in to a microwave door as waiting for things to cook should be a little more fun.

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20 Comments

  1. Sorry for the MASSIVE gap in uploads. So what a great idea this was and if you want to see something made stick it in the comments.So the last month i've been working on my book which is finished and ready for the final tweaks then off to printers for sept 7th launch. Thanks for sticking by in the gap but lets get on n make some weird stuff hahahah.

  2. where do you buy this console??

    i need it

    i want it

    i will buy it

    help me

  3. Colin don’t use some bootleg console you can plug in a wii

  4. when you can't be botherd to clean the microwave so you put an image of inside a clean microwave

  5. lol, he misspelled bored as board ¯_(ツ)_/¯

  6. HOW TO USE A PC ON THIS
    Get an adapter for hdmi to av. Plug in hdmi and av. Plug in hdmi to pc. Boom

  7. I want to purchase the Play-O-Wave!

  8. I thought “board” was going to be pun of some sort. No, he just misspelled it. Love this guy.

  9. I've got one of those games. 50p off the local market. Ideal for testing AV equipment.

  10. Hey what about an unscratchable record or CD player?

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