A British designer has made a device that will cook an egg and you do not require any water for doing that. Eggxactly will serve as a toaster for eggs. Conventional method of boiling an egg requires a pot of water and fire or steam. With this device, you can boil the egg directly without any requirement of water.
This process will make the boiling of eggs as easy as toasting slices of bread. It has taken James Seddon seven years to master and manufacture this device. It has two silicone heating elements that are stretchable. They are on either side of the egg which is placed inside the device. They transfer the energy to the egg quite effectively. These elements will adapt to all varieties of shapes and sizes of eggs as the elements are soft in their makeup.
When you are using Eggxactly, all you have to do is place an egg in it and close the lid. You can then manoeuvre the dial which is mounted on the top to determine how well you want the egg done; whether it will be soft-boiled, medium or hard-boiled. To start it, all you have to do is tap the device on the top. The cooker will measure the initial temperature of the egg and then will cook it to your required degree of heat. You are alerted with a beep when the egg is boiled.
The product development took its time mainly because of the difficulty to come up with a practical solution for generating the heat in the silicone elements. James Seddon, its British designer, is confident that the product is now ready for use on a worldwide basis. Many residents in the United Kingdom have already tested a production run of the device. The commercial version will sell for a price of forty dollars.