Nuni Tortilla Toaster

Mar 16, 2017

Category: Tech

Pizza is one of the few things in the world that is great to eat either cold or warm. Tacos, on the other hand, don’t enjoy the same kind of thermal flexibility, which is why Nuni has rolled out their flagship product, the Tortilla Toaster.

This sleekly designed kitchen appliance makes it so you can ditch the stove or comal, and instead just slide in up to six corn, flour, or wheat tortillas to cook at one time. Once placed in the Nuni, your tortillas get heated up just like bread in a toaster – whether you prefer extra crispy or just reheating yesterday’s leftovers. And thanks to the special build of the Nuni, you don’t even have to worry about flipping your tortillas in order to get an even cook. Say goodbye to microwaving your tortillas for $80. [Purchase]

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