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Inventive breakfast tools serve up morning meal fun

Published 28/08/2015 | 10:59

Jacob Tennet, Leah O'Connor and Martin Teall use Crane Head Cereal Serving Devices created by inventor Dominic Wilcox
Jacob Tennet, Leah O'Connor and Martin Teall use Crane Head Cereal Serving Devices created by inventor Dominic Wilcox
Jacob Tennet, Leah O'Connor and Martin Teall use Crane Head Cereal Serving Devices created by inventor Dominic Wilcox
Jacob Tennet, Leah O'Connor and Martin Teall use Crane Head Cereal Serving Devices created by inventor Dominic Wilcox

Breakfast routines may have just become a little easier - or at least a lot more fun - with a range of wacky inventions unveiled by Kelloggs.

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Visitors to London's Cereal Killer Cafe got the first chance to try out 'wearable brek', a food-based take on the trend for wearable tech.

As well as a spoon that measures how many mouthfuls you take, breakfast fans could try out a hat-mounted crane that scoops cereal into a bowl and then injects milk over it.

The prototypes were created by Dominic Wilcox whose previous off-the-wall designs include a stained-glass car, shoes with a built in GPS that guide you back home and a giant listening device that lets you hear the sounds of the city.

His cereal helping designs include:

:: The Robowl - a personal flying robot drone that doubles up as a handy helper.

:: The Crane Head Cereal Serving Device - a hands-free helmet that allows you to dig into a cereal packet and serve into a bowl and dispense milk.

:: The Soggy-O-Meter - a gadget that sets off an alarm when your cereal reaches your preferred level of sogginess.

:: The e-Spoon - a spoon that lights up when you've had 14 spoonfuls of cereal.

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