Nostalgia’s countertop appliance lets you quickly and easily infuse fruits, spices, and other flavorings into up to three beverages simultaneously. Slowly-stirring paddles help keeps ingredients circulating, and each tier has a built in dispenser tap.
If you travel frequently, you know that your clothes can be a real mess when you pull them out of your luggage. Sometimes they need a full ironing, but other times, it’s just the collars or edges that are wrinkled. This tiny iron goes anywhere and is perfect for quick fixes.
The Tea-Ceré was engineered to produce the perfect cup of matcha green tea. Its automated mortar produces an extraordinarily fine powder, and its heated whisking chamber eliminates the laborious process usually associated with making this delicious and healthy drink.
We’d like to make the perfect steak at home, but sadly most ovens top out around 550ºF. To get that real steakhouse sear, you’ll need much more heat. Otto’s O.F.B. (over-fired broiler) uses infrared gas elements that can reach up to 1700ºF, resulting in beautifully seared meats.
This unique (and pricey) toaster oven from Japan ensures that your bread stays crunchy outside, and soft inside by adding humidity to the mix. Its makers claim it’s perfect for heating croissants, baguettes and rolls without scorching or drying them out.
A simple but effective chiller that cools freshly brewed coffee by over 130ºF in as fast as 1 minute. The Hyperchiller has two cups that you fill with water. When the Hyperchiller is frozen, the 12.5oz middle chamber is sandwiched between and cooled by the ice in the cups.
Take a dizzying ride on the inside of a clothes washing machine as it accelerates up to 1200 rpm during its spin cycle. We don’t recommend running your GoPro through the entire wash cycle if your camera is dirty though.
It’s not the fridge you need, nor the one you deserve. Haier’s officially licensed life-size R2-D2 scale model zips around via remote control, has a hidden mini refrigerator with room for six cans, and emits Artoo’s lights and sounds.
Keep snacks and drinks cool inside a frozen Han Solo. It’s about 19″x 11″x 11″ and can carry up to 18 cans of soda. It has two removable shelves, a handle on top and red LEDs in front. It cools down to 32°F and can also heat up to 149°F.
An app-controlled coffee roaster that’s as easy to use as a kettle. Ikawa lets you roast up to 60g/1.2oz. of green coffee beans at a time. It has predetermined settings, but you can also tweak them and share your recipes with others.
The Bruno trash can has a hidden air pump at its base. It detects when you’re sweeping dirt into it and sucks them up into the trash bag. Its app lets you set a trash day reminder and alerts you when it’s low on trash bags.
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