THE BEST Appliances

Big Easy Oil-less Turkey Fryer

Big Easy Oil-less Turkey Fryer

Cook up a whole turkey this fall without the dangers of putting a vat of molten hot oil on your deck. Char-Broil’s Big Easy fries up a whole turkey using radiant propane-based infrared heat for even and extra juicy cooking, without the added calories and fat of deep frying.

Toasteroid Image Toaster

Toasteroid Image Toaster

The Toasteroid toaster uses a dot-matrix grid of microfilaments which allow it to print custom words and images onto your toast. Designs can be made on your smartphone and uploaded via Bluetooth. It can even print the day’s weather forecast.

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Hopsy HomeTap

Hopsy HomeTap

American beer store Hopsy licensed Krups’ Keurig-like draft beer dispenser for a convenient delivery service. The HomeTap lets you enjoy a variety of beer from micro breweries with its proprietary 2L bottle, which can be stored in a fridge when not in use.

Collar Perfect Travel Iron

Collar Perfect Travel Iron

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.

DIY Bladeless Fan

DIY Bladeless Fan

YouTuber Rulof Maker used a microwave fan, a water bottle jug and a pair of plastic vases to make a homemade version of Dyson’s prohibitively expensive Air Multipliers. Air from the fan sucks in the air behind the rings to provide great ventilation.

FoldiMate Laundry Robot

FoldiMate Laundry Robot

The FoldiMate is a robotic appliance that folds shirts, pants or towels. It handles up to 20 clothes at once and has an optional steamer that removes wrinkles and a capsule-based atomizer for perfume, fabric softener or sanitizer. Drops 2017 for $700+.

Portal Wi-Fi Router

Portal Wi-Fi Router

Portal promises more stable Internet connections by using channels that are normally reserved for radar and other sensitive purposes. It’s not a new approach, but Portal is supposedly the only router that can dynamically switch channels to avoid interference.

Flatev Tortilla Maker

Flatev Tortilla Maker

Flatev is a compact home tortilla maker that works like Keurig coffee machines. It uses recyclable single serve pods that contain flavored dough or corn mix and turns those into a 5″ to 6″ tortilla in just a minute. The drawer at the bottom keeps multiple tortillas warm.

Sharp Tea-Ceré Matcha Tea Maker

Sharp Tea-Ceré Matcha Tea Maker

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.

Otto’s O.F.B.

Otto’s O.F.B.

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.

Noria Air Conditioner

Noria Air Conditioner

A compact and lightweight air conditioner that’s easily installed on single- or double-hung window frames. Noria is just 6″ tall and is 40% smaller than its competitors. You can use its mobile app to control or set its schedule. It cools areas up to 160sq.ft.

Balmuda Steam Toaster Oven

Balmuda Steam Toaster Oven

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.

KoMo Fidibus 21 Grain Mill

KoMo Fidibus 21 Grain Mill

Create your own fresh ground flours, cereals and meals from whole natural grains with this tabletop kitchen appliance. This beechwood electric grain mill can hold up to 2 pounds of grain, and can mill up to 6oz per minute.

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Hyperchiller Iced Coffee Maker

Hyperchiller Iced Coffee Maker

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.

Inside a Washing Machine

Inside a Washing Machine

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.

R2-D2 Life-Size RC Fridge

R2-D2 Life-Size RC Fridge

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.

Epson EcoTank Printers

Epson EcoTank Printers

Epson finally caught on to third-party ink vendors. Its new EcoTank printers have no ink cartridges; each color tank is refilled by the bottle. The printers come loaded with around 2 years’ worth of ink (at least 4000 black/6500 color pages).

Gourmet Meal in a Toaster Oven

Gourmet Meal in a Toaster Oven

Panasonic challenged us to cook something delicious in their FlashXpress Toaster Oven. We decided to make a schmancy rack of lamb, and the countertop infrared oven cooked it perfectly. Don’t dare try this in your microwave.

Bartesian Cocktail Mixer

Bartesian Cocktail Mixer

A Keurig for cocktails. Bartesian is an automated cocktail mixer. It has glass receptacles for four spirits – vodka, rum, gin and tequila – while the rest of the ingredients come in recyclable capsules. It also comes with a shaker.

Han Solo in Carbonite Mini Fridge

Han Solo in Carbonite Mini Fridge

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.

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Miito Induction Heater

Miito Induction Heater

Unlike other immersion heaters, Miito’s heating element is in its base instead of directly inside the rod. It’s a much safer design that also makes the rod slimmer, allowing it to fit inside small vessels.

Ikawa Micro Coffee Roaster

Ikawa Micro Coffee Roaster

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.

Bruno Smart Trash Can

Bruno Smart Trash Can

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.

Dyson V6 Absolute Cordless Vacuum

Dyson V6 Absolute Cordless Vacuum

The V6 Absolute is the most powerful cordless vacuum cleaner. With all the electronics – and the weight – on its handle, you can easily use it to clean even elevated surfaces. It lasts only 6 to 20mins per charge though.

Dot & Bo Fantastic Table Lamp

Dot & Bo Fantastic Table Lamp

Part of Dot & Bo’s Edison’s Lab collection, the Fantastic Table Lamp almost looks like a steampunk desk fan. The base and frame are made of industrial metal with an aged and rusted finish. It comes with five 25W bulbs.

GE Fridge with K-Cup Coffee Brewer

GE Fridge with K-Cup Coffee Brewer

This GE Café refrigerator has a Keurig K-Cup brewer attachment for the water heater on its door. You better use the hell out of the fridge too, because the whole thing will set you back $3,300 when it drops this Fall.

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