Its design isn’t just a gimmick though. With a pair of pizza wheels you should be able to slice through your pie in half the time, and a built-in working kickstand ensures it’s not going to topple over on your counter when parked. It’s just $US8 too, so what other reason do you need to add this to your drawer full of other rarely used kitchen contraptions?
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