You Need A Wi-Fi Egg Tray, Or Maybe Nobody Does

41G7-31ryDLEggs keep for a long time when refrigerated, especially if kept toward the back of the shelf, but how do you keep track of when your eggs are going to expire? Sure, you could look at the packaging and expiration dates printed on the carton. Whatever, Grandma. Why would you want to do that when there’s a wi-fi enabled egg tray?

How does it work? This handy video is here to explain that to you. The answer is wi-fi, tiny LEDs, and human laziness.

The item does have (sarcastic) rave reviews. “No longer will I have to suffer counting anywhere from 1 to 14 now,” writes one Amazon reviewer. Amen, sibling!

Egg Minder – Wink-Enabled Egg Tray [ThinkGeek] (via The Worst Things For Sale)

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  1. FusioptimaSX says:

    This actually seems way more helpful than it should be. However, I always have the expiration date facing the fridge door. My eggs usually last way past that date though.