Remember those books from childhood that were cut crosswise into flaps so you could mix and match characters or scenes throughout the book? You could turn over just the middle flap, or the bottom one, and mix up what the character was wearing — usually to very silly results. Well, this cookie cutter is supposed to be just like that.
The cookie cutter has three sections that each rotate around and let you make all sorts of different combinations. In this case, they are combinations of robot style! The options mean that you can create up to 64 different robots, with a range of faces, helmets and pinchers and grabbers.
Williams-Sonoma also has a fashion version, with different faces, outfits, and hairdos that can be rotated and combined.
What do you think? Good idea? Strange idea? We think it could be a lot of fun with kids... or for a robot party.
• Twist And Press Cookie Cutters, $14.99 apiece at Williams-Sonoma