It might be illegal to drink alcohol in public in some cities, but the Trea by Michael Kononsky could provide a very good excuse, "It's to power the stove!" Yes, this portable cooker uses alcohol to stay powered. Igniting a set of three flames, the pieces connect to form a bonfire-looking contraption that makes meals at the beach, park and other outdoor area fun and romantic.
Trea by Michael Kononsky is crafted out of stainless steel and processed with Milling router, which is a milling cutter filled with soaking material and stainless steel wire net. Conveniently compact, it looks like nothing more than three simple and small poles when not in use. It is ideal for urbanites looking for a stylish appliance.
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Trea by Michael Kononsky is Like a Metal Bonfire
- By: Meghan YoungFeb 15, 2013