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Screw This, Hand Over Your Monopoly Money, in This Week's "Guess That Gadget"

How well do you know your favorite cookhouse contraptions? See if you can guess today's gadget and check back next week for the answer, and to see if you've won a most-awesome prize.

​Here are a few shots at this week's trickster, add yours to the comment box below:

- Killer New Product from Fiestaware!
- My First Motivator by Playskool
- Monopoly "Street" Edition Add-On

What the heck was this? Find out last week's answer (and winner!) after the jump.

Last Week's Answer: Metrokane Electric Rabbit Corkscrew

​Congratulations to The Observer, who correctly guessed the gadget from last week. As a most awesome prize, The Observer will get a mention in the gadget description below. Feel free to print and place in a beautiful frame.

(Number of screws before recharging: 30)

Screw all other electric corkscrews! This corkscrew's right from the screw God of screws himself. The Electric Rabbit Corkscrew screws off all types of corks, even those screw-crappy plastic ones, right from their screwy, screw-off bottle homes.

(Number of screws before recharging: 24)

Think it won't lock on the screw-pid bottle? Screw that with major screw power! Lock the Electric Rabbit Corkscrew on, press the screw-tastic bottom button until the opener stops, pull up to release the screw lock, then press the top screw button to eject the screwpidy, screw, screw, screw cork.

(Number of screws before recharging: 14)

Screw-Fabulous Features:

- Screw-crazy foil cutter (screw trying to peel off a screw-trashy mess)

-Electrifying screw AC charger (screw the base, don't need it)

- Illuminated LCD screw screen to count down the number of screws before the next screw charge like this: screw, screw, screw.

(Number of screws before recharging: 2)

What's The Observer thinking right now? How 'bout, "Screw you, gadget girl"?

Now to just take the top off of this screw top wine...


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