The ‘Sunday Morning Breakfast Machine’ serves up perfectly runny soft-boiled eggs and toast, tea and coffee and even hands over the morning newspaper – all at the push of a button.
Creative Peter Browne, 69, spent about 1,000 hours building the innovative contraption with pal Mervyn Huggett. Retired airline pilot and silversmith Peter says he’s been coming up with inventions his entire life, but this is his pride and joy.
He said: “It took a total of 1,000 hours. “It was hard work for three months but it was worth it.Wow, he thought of everything, right down to the cleanup!
Peter Browne had just retired from flying the friendly skies when he started constructing his groundbreaking invention, which he called the “Sunday Morning Breakfast Machine.” His wife had no idea what she was in for!