DestapaBanana Fills Bananas With Goodness

Aug 21, 2014

Category: Gear

Not everyone likes bananas. They’re mushy, a little stringy, not nearly as sweet as most other fruits, and sometimes they’re home to the wickedly toxic banana spider. So yeah, an image makeover might be in order.

So here we go with the DestapaBanana, an Argentine man’s invention that lets you inject bananas – that are still in their peel – with just about anything you’d like to shove in there. Whether you’d like some sweet Dulce de leche or chocolate in there, or maybe you’re playing 3rd base for the Yankees and you need a little extra juice, the simple banana is now yours to play with and improve. The device, still not available for purchase yet, even allows you to cork the hole you created and take the banana with you. [Purchase]

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