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Looking to startle house guests — or impress Toolmonger friends hanging out in the kitchen instead of the shop? If so, you’re likely the target market for the possibly-vaporware Pizza-Pro 3000. And before you ask: No, it’s not motorized. (Though we imagine a little time in the shop could fix this, erm, design flaw.)

Offered along with dozens of other not-yet-available products on the WorldWideFred website, this appears to be simply a molded plastic circ saw shape attached to the top of a standard wheel-type pizza cutter. Yet it inexplicably draws our attention.

(Thanks, by the way, to the dozen or so of you who submitted this via our newly repaired Submit-a-Tool link.)

Pizza-Pro 3000 [WorldWideFred] [via]


11 Responses to The Tim Taylor Pizza Cutter

  1. SlowJoeCrow says:

    This: http://www.parktool.com/parktoolgear/detail.asp?cat=64&item=PZT-2 is still cooler and actually available

  2. Old Coot says:

    Hook it up to a small-block Chevy and they’d have something cool.

  3. Zathrus says:

    Did anyone else complain about the broken submit link?

    I did… along with an amazing Ryobi LiIon deal and a request that they say something, anything, about the bloody refresh.

    So if nobody else complained, then I guess I’m 1 for 3. Otherwise I’ll simply assume 0 for 3.

  4. Gerry says:

    Where’s the laser?

  5. BigEdJr says:

    I kind of like it, but it looks like it would be hard to clean.

  6. Joe says:

    You have to PUSH it? That won’t impress my friends! 😉

  7. Gabe says:

    Many of the items from Fred are available at perpetualkid.com and while it’s not available right now, the price($14.99) and a “notify me when in stock” feature are available:


  8. beckkl says:

    Pizza gunk would totally get stuck up in there…. boooo

  9. BC says:

    For $10, I’ll risk being seen in Bed Bath and Beyond for a pizza chopper instead. Big-ass knives are always manly: http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/product.asp?order_num=-1&SKU=13385971

    Bonus, it cleans with a quick wipe and rinse (that’s why I threw away the stupid roller type cutter.)

  10. kif says:

    I’ll wait to see if Norm gets one.

  11. Brew says:

    I use the one BC posted. Works great, easier to clean, and doesn’t pull the toppings around like the wheels do.


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