I would've guessed this was an ID student concept. A kitchenware company with the unlikely name of Ninja Foodi makes this bizarre countertop contraption: The Flip Toaster is essentially a stand-up toaster, but one that can be rotated onto its side if you need to toast something horizontally (i.e. a mini pizza).
It comes with a detachable door/tray to manage items in the horizontal "oven mode."
As you can see in the demo video, the device is considerably larger than it looks in the photos:
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I like how she said "Flip the oven down to unlock Oven Mode." We're playing it a bit fast and loose with the tech terms, no?
I probably could've used something like this when I was in college, when pizza bagels were a valid meal. (Though as a poor design student, I wouldn't have been able to come up with the $130 to buy one.)
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If it would also toast when on its side that would be very handy for wheelchair users and others with limited access.
The fact that it apparently can't fire your pizza bagels on to a waiting plate is a deal killer, IMHO.