Caminante Nocturno - 2013-01-13 The scientifically designed chip maker, as opposed to the chip makers designed by the Pope.
glasseye - 2013-01-13 Waves of circular airflow... in a microwave.
Face, meet palm.
Shoebox Joe - 2013-01-13 I have no doubt there is air circulation in a microwave. But I highly doubt it's that uniform, active or even helps with the actual process with or without that dollar store strainer. All it does is prevent the chips from being soggy.
dairyqueenlatifah - 2013-01-13 You'd be amazed how many people think potato chips require a factory and black magic to make.
hammsangwich - 2013-01-14 We still need a factory and black magic to make Cheetos, though.
Mother_Puncher - 2013-01-13 They should make one of these for bacon. Like being able to make guilt free bacon at home
The Mothership - 2013-01-13 But the only part about chips that I like is the fat. And the salt.
Binro the Heretic - 2013-01-13 Based on my meager knowledge of what microwave ovens do to things, I'd guess any "chips" cooked in this thing would be hard, dry and yet turn into pasty chewy glop in your mouth, like a communion wafer.
Also, they would have a slightly burnt taste.
Shoebox Joe - 2013-01-13 I can't help but get the same feeling when I read this.