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Captains log. Stardate 100929.5. Gadget specialist ThinkGeek has announced the Star Trek Pizza Cutter.

Officially license, this all-metal device mimics the original USS Enterprise, but cuts through margheritas, chicken supremes, meat feasts et al as easily as the original warped through space.

Star Trek Pizza Cutter

Set the crusters to warp cheese 5

The 4in blade becomes the ship's saucer section, while the 4.5in handle takes the form of the nacelles and generators. It doesn't come with force-field defences though and won't last long in a dishwasher - 'She canna take the suds, Cap'n'.

The Star Trek Pizza Cutter is available on ThinkGeek.com for $25 (£16) ®

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