How to eat a GT-R for lunch: The R32 sandwich grill

Even if you absolutely love Nissan Skyline GT-Rs, and I think most of us do, it can still be difficult to incorporate them into every single aspect of your life. For example, it’s not really possible to enjoy GT-R life and toast bread at the same time. Or is it? A company in Japan has just released a GT-R sandwich grill.

Made by Waki PrintPia, the Skyline GT-R sandwich grill toasts the logo of Godzilla — specifically that of the R32 generation — directly onto your bread. Not only that, but the product description boasts that they are made in Tsubame City, Niigata Prefecture, a region of Japan known for its metal processing.

Obviously, if you own a GT-R you would rather spend your time driving than cleaning kitchen utensils, so the surface of the pans are treated with a fluorine non-stick coating for easy bread separation and cleanup. If you’re thinking this the GT-R sandwich grill is too awesome not to have, they can be pre-ordered for just ¥5,400 (approx. $50 USD) at this website if you live in Japan. Otherwise, you can wait for their official debut at the NISMO Festival at Fuji Speedway on December 9.

 

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3 Responses to How to eat a GT-R for lunch: The R32 sandwich grill

  1. JDM fan said:

    You can buy rotary-style plate set here.
    https://buyee.jp/rakuten/detail/chalife%3A10000403

  2. JDM fan said:

    You can buy rotary-style plate set here.
    https://buyee.jp/rakuten/detail/chalife%3A10000403

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