Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Microwave Glove

so you can keep your coffee warm.
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A Faraday cage (ie: wire mesh) keeps your hand from being broiled while a low-intensity microwave beam is emitted from the palm and inner-finger areas.
FlyingToaster, Nov 05 2013

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       Magnetron glove recieves bun.
rcarty, Nov 05 2013

       Unshielded magnetron anything receives bun.
Alterother, Nov 05 2013

       An array of very lightweight, but long teaspoons (why are they never coffee spoons?) tossed out of the window on the ISS, they drop down though the atmosphere, and transfer that heat into the coffee cup by falling in it. Sou'wester provided.
not_morrison_rm, Nov 05 2013

       Or a microwavable glove with a heat reservoir in the palm. The part of glove in contact with your hand would not heat up quite so much.
popbottle, Nov 06 2013

       Don't scratch yourself no matter where it itches.
AusCan531, Nov 06 2013

       I was thinking a Faraday cage glove mounted in the microwave door so you could safely reach in and stir or reposition your food while the microwave was running.
pocmloc, Nov 06 2013


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