Drop The Sickest Eats On This Dinner DJ Plate


Dinnerware is great for playing pretend instruments. Serving spoons? Instant guitars. Bowls? Drums that you bang on with the cutlery set. That spill-free Loopa Gyro Bowl? Instant tambourine. And while regular plates will make for great turntables, too, we have a feeling the Dinner DJ is going to work a whole lot better.

Made by Fred & Friends, it’s a dining plate, propped up to look like an actual DJ rig. Seriously, the plate is mounted on its own turntable rig, complete with knobs, buttons, sliders, fake lights, and even a tonearm that, when removed from its designated spot, becomes a fully-functional spork.


The Dinner DJ has a main plate that can be spun in place, so you can emulate all that scratching motion DJs do when they’re not pushing buttons and dancing to look busy during a set. It’s even printed to look like an actual record by a fictional artist known as MC Mash, so the whole thing can be a fake DJ rig when playing away from the dinner table, too. The knobs can be turned for extra realism, although the slider stays stuck in place. Since it adds a lot of extra surface around the plate, it could serve as an instant mat for catching spills, as well as a handy place to put all the anchovies your daughter takes out of her pizza before eating it (hey, better there than on the table). Construction is food-safe melanine.

Now available for preorder, the Dinner DJ is priced at $28.

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