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Silent pressure coocker Printer Friendly Version
It's really noisy when the pressure from a pressure cooker is released from the whistle at the top of the lid.
So if we use such a mechanism which lets the steam being released directly into top air thus reducing any kind of collision of steam with metal causing less noise. No worries about burning your face from the hot steam, because steam coming out of small hole at large pressure cools instantly as it comes to open space (pressure is negligible in comparison).
I even thought of a design using the simple mechanism of a jotter pen refill tom and the press button on the pen; which on pressing makes the refill rotate as it comes down so that it can be used for writing. So if we use the same sliding mechanism when the pressure from the cooker acts like the pen button that gets pressed and then when the slider goes to the topmost position a few small trough holes provided on the lid as well as slider will coincide and the pressure will be successfully and without much noise. Then the slider comes back to its original position with the help of spring.
No irritation of your ears as food is being cooked in your pressure cooker.
Reward: Just send me one such cooker so that i can sit in peace while my rice is being cooked!!! 

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Beer Can Decompression Chamber Printer Friendly Version
It happens to me fairly often that I want to cool down a can of beer quickly and put it in the freezer - but then forget about it. Next day, the can is burst open and the beer is frozen - and once your beer melts, it tastes flat and ugly.
I've heard though that it's not the freezing process that causes the beer to go flat, but that the carbonation gets lost during thawing (when the can isn't airtight anymore). If true, a beer (de)compression chamber might be the answer - put the frozen can inside and save your precious beer from ending up in the sink.
Reward: Free product 

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Fridge Plugs Printer Friendly Version
My butter is always too hard or too soft. If it's been in the fridge, it's too hard. If it's left out, it's practically melted. I propose an external butter container that you plug into your refrigerator, composed of some insulated conductive metal which will keep the butter at the perfect temperature, so it will melt on toast and cut easily, but not be totally melted to start off. The fridge would have plugs enabling the heat from the container to transfer into the fridge, cooling the container. Perhaps the area in the fridge where the plugs go would be sealed off so you could control the temperature of the external devices. This could be used for other things, such as cakes or whatever.
Reward: the finished product 

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