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The Big Bad Pizza Wheel

By: on July 31, 2012
$27.05
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And when not using it to slash through pepperoni and mozzerella, you can also carry the Big Bad Pizza Wheel as a self-defense weapon, or dangle it from the ceiling to practice your most excellently dangerous one-handed rings routine. Suck it, Chinese gymnasts!

The slick silver pizza cutter has a massive free-running roller blade that's sharpened on both sides for effortless splicing of everything from flat bread to pastry dough to America's most favorite Italian creation (tied with Ferraris and Monica Bellucci, or course). The open circular design allows for an ergonomic handle that renders the wheel easier to wield, and distributes blade pressure evenly for simpler and more effective slicing forays.

The Big Bad Pizza Wheel is made by savvy kitchen gadgeteer Rösle. It measures 13.8" in length and 5.5" in width, and disassembles for easy cleaning.

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Jagdkommando Knife

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If you're looking to stab someone in the back, knife them in the heart, or just royally screw them over, Microtech's MCT1057 Jagdkommando fixed blade knife is the definitive way to do it. A version of the manufacturer's...

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Origami Pocket Knife

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You won't be able to fold the Origami Pocket Knife into a crane, but you will be able to use Bre & Co.'s 440C stainless blade to slice out the perfect neck and wings from the crane you're struggling to make from origami...

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M48 Cyclone Fixed Blade Knife

It's probably nowhere near the Jagdkommando knife in performance, but on the (very far) upshot, the M48 Cyclone fixed blade knife is also nowhere near the Jagdkommando in price....

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$65 - $95 from Bowen Knife Company »

Well I just hope the sheaths in Bowen's blade-wielding belts are secure and hefty enough to preclude any potential slippage or puncturing in the vicinity of the most important part of my body. The last thing I need from...

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NerdChef Steel Pizza Stone

$69.95 - $99.95 from Amazon »

It's conductivity, baby! NerdChef makes their pizza stones out of unbreakable, bead-blasted-and-sanded-smooth steel not to match their abs, but because the material can replicate the conditions you'd typically need a...

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Throwing Card Knives

Discontinued

Watermelons. You poor bastards. Always on the receiving end of novelty weapon violence. The Gotcha Cap. The Unbreakable Slugger Umbrella. The Blade Driver Crossbow. And now...the Queen of Hearts. That bitch....

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TAC Force Double-Blade Folding Knife

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TAC Force's Double-Blade Folding Knife is kind of like a Batarang. A Batarang for the outdoorsman who's battling fishing line and MRE packages instead of The Joker and his Henchmen. One hand can open this spring-assisted...

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Kniper Throwing Knife & Multi-Tool

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People around here seem to love knives and multi-tools. Multi-tools in particular are, like, the new bacon. Before, for at least a year, when I posted anything about bacon clicking fingers went hog wild (see: tactical...

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Each of these Higo no Kami knives, traditional Japanese non-locking folding blades, are handmade and imported directly from Japan. And if you don't believe me, believe the superb English translation of their product description:...

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$182.57 from Amazon »

I recommend watching the above video in its entirety. Not only because M4X Punisher demo damsel Kaila* is adorable, but also because she becomes even more adorable after she completes her successful attack on that coconut...

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Chef'n Cob Corn Stripper

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