Something Different - an Egg Opener

  Graham. 13:57 30 Jan 08
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  User-1159794 14:02 30 Jan 08

Here.Scroll down a bit.
click here

  Graham. 14:04 30 Jan 08

Sorry, didn't realise, drat the internal routing. Search for 'egg opener'.

  Bingalau 14:09 30 Jan 08

Graham. Bit posh and expensive for me. Think I will just stick to knocking off the top with a knife.

  Graham. 14:13 30 Jan 08

That's the online price which includes postage. May be cheaper in the shop, I'll let you know when I've been for mine.

  Graham. 15:32 30 Jan 08

click here I'll have to ring round.

  Graham. 15:40 30 Jan 08

£7.50 in the shop. I've reserved one.

  Bingalau 15:55 30 Jan 08

£7.50 ...you people must be made of money. What's wrong with a tea spoon and/or a knife? If it's hard boiled just crack it on the plate and strip the shell off in one fell swoop. (Watch you don't crack the plate though). You can buy three pints with £7.50.

  Graham. 15:58 30 Jan 08

It's a present. My sister doesn't do pints.

  dagbladet 16:11 30 Jan 08

They've got these in the local pound shop. Not sure how much they are mind.

  dagbladet 16:15 30 Jan 08

Oh boy I've just found the Rolls Royce of egg openers (or perhaps Porsche/Audi, it being German).

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