Track good and bad eggs on the go

Smart technology

It syncs with your smartphone to tell you how many eggs you've got at home (up to 14) and when they're going bad.

It's famous...

Egg Minder was featured on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. That means it’s practically a celebrity.

Track good and bad eggs on the go
Track good and bad eggs on the go

Quirky + GE = over-easy

Our smart products become more efficient (and fun!) when connected to your mobile device. They free up time to focus on what you want to, not what you have to.

Invented By

Rafael Hwang

Like all Quirky products, Egg Minder was invented and influenced by real people like you. This idea was hatched by Rafael Hwang, a research associate and all-around good egg. Rafael enjoys proving naysayers plain wrong. He puts his fries in his burger to maximize efficiency and thinks it's never too late to start something as long as you surround yourself with ambitious people. A perfect motto for us, too, if we may say so ourselves.

2374 influencers helped bring Egg Minder to life.

Rafael Hwang
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Plastic, acrylic, LED lights, Wi-Fi chip


14.6" L x 4.4" W x 3.2" H (370mm x 111mm x 81mm)


Development duration: 2 months
Time in store: over 1 year
Units sold to date: 500

View the development history

In the box

1 Egg Minder (tray + lid) 2 AA batteries Connects to the Wink app over Wi-Fi. Works with iOS 6 and above, iPhone 4 and above, and Android phones/tablets with OS 2.2 or higher.