People often see Keurig coffee machines as a good purchase while at the store only to find the overpriced and underwhelming Keurig isn't as useful as a standard coffee machine.
So what's a jittery MacGyver to do when they discover their Keurig machine is a disappointment?
Take that Keurig apart and turn it into something far more useful, like a bionic hand.
Evan Booth of Terminal Cornucopia spent nearly 200 hours turning a Keurig K350, a 12v power supply and various adhesives into Hedberg the bionic hand.
It's cool looking, but can it make a decent cup of coffee?
-Via That's Nerdalicious