junho 13, 2024

If you’re a passionate lover of cooking, or you’ve recently kickstarted your cooking journey, and want to accelerate it even further then you’ve reached the right place. Having an efficient and streamlined cooking process is the key to preparing dishes that simply taste excellent! And the number one aid you need in having an effortless process is an arsenal of great kitchen appliances.  With the right kitchen tools and appliances, cooking can be an increasingly fun and simplified process. The right products can reduce your prep time in half, make the little cooking tasks much easier, and help you with tedious and complicated techniques. From a water purifier that takes purity to the next level to an aesthetic coffee machine that lets you experience the brewing process – these innovative and exceptional appliances are all you need in your kitchen.

1. xBloom

Rightfully dubbed the “Tesla of Coffee Machines” by our Editor-in-Chief, the futuristic xBloom is the first coffee machine with an innovative Autopilot feature that completely assists you in the art of making coffee. The coffee machine looks super sleek and pristine, almost straight out of a sci-fi future!

Why is it noteworthy?

Designed by ex-Apple employees, the xBloom identifies, grinds, dispenses, brews, and pours your coffee for you! It uses some of the finest beans sourced from the top roasters worldwide, providing you with the finest cup of coffee ever.

What we like

  • It quite literally feels as if a professional barista made you a cup of coffee
  • Equipped with the power of NFC technology

What we dislike

  • The xBloom does not accommodate instant coffee

2. The ROPOT-Lite

The ROPOT-Lite is designed to be a countertop purifier and is the same size as your coffee machine. But it features a comprehensive water filter with 5-stage purification underneath the surface. The purifier comes with a borosilicate carafe that collects all the water for you at the end of the filtration system.

Why is it noteworthy?

A perfect appliance for a household with 1-2 people, the ROPOT-Lite filters out 1.2 liters at a time, always ensuring you have a filled carafe of water at hand. Unlike most filters, it requires no conventional ‘installation’, and works right out of the box once you plug its power cable into the socket.

What we like

  • The 5-step filtration eliminates particles as small as 0.0001 μm

What we dislike

3. The Good Grips Salad Dressing Shaker

Designed by the OXO, the shaker and pourer is the ultimate modern solution to creating some delicious dressing without creating a complete mess in your kitchen.

What we like

The shaker has a wide top that can be swiftly unscrewed to add a variety of ingredients like oil, mayonnaise, vinegar, garlic, onions, mustard, etc. The cup has measurements in both milliliters and ounces to support easy measuring.

What we like

  • Features a leakproof design
  • You can also mix, serve, and prepare marinades and sauces

What we dislike

  • Seems a bit fragile and easily breakable

4. NiNJA’s Kitchen Knives

The NiNJA’s kitchen knives are fashionable and attention-grabbing, owing to their sleek black blades. The color gives them a refined and sophisticated look, providing the knives with a modern and effective upgrade.

Why is it noteworthy?

There is almost no other embellishment on the blade other than the discreet “i” logo, removing any potential distraction. Like a ninja hiding in the shadows or a secret agent in a black suit, these knives stealthily move in for the kill, cutting ingredients with precision and grace.

What we like

  • Built from molybdenum vanadium steel, known for its highly durable sharpness
  • Coated with titanium for increased wear resistance

What we dislike

  • Given only one aesthetic option, we don’t have a range of colours/options to match our kitchen.

5. DOTS

Dubbed DOTS, this portable coffee machine works perfectly for automated vehicles and other on-the-go scenarios. It features a removable button so it can easily adapt to whatever or wherever you’re using it for!

Why is it noteworthy?

It also uses coffee capsules instead of the usual brewing method to make it easier to use. The capsules are placed on the top and replaced by removing that part. Water is stored in the cylindrical space at the bottom.

What we like

  • A control or lever lets you adjust the intensity of the extraction method from the capsule

What we dislike

  • It has a lid to place a straw on it, but sipping hot coffee with a straw seems weird and uncomfortable

6. The Dancing Grid

This innovative and modular wall shelf isn’t just an ordinary wall shelf designed to show off your kitchenware. Named the Dancing Grid, the design has an inviting appeal that tastefully utilizes tiles to give ti a classy and attractive appearance.

Why is it noteworthy?

The different tiles have different functions, ranging from shelving to peg boards to blank spaces that provide some “breathing room” for the arrangement.

What we like

  • Offers excellent storage functionality while also adding a personal touch to your kitchen

What we dislike

  • It is a space-consuming design that will occupy a substantial amount of space in your kitchen, not well-suited for smaller homes

7. Precision Chef Kitchen Scissors

These innovative kitchen shears are designed to help you cut through meat and food in an easy and breezy manner. They make cutting meat and all kinds of food extremely effortless and efficient!

Why is it noteworthy?

The beautiful black scissor evokes both power and style and will occupy an intimidating and undeniable presence in your kitchen or dining table. The elegant black kitchen scissors will cut your steak, vegetables, and pizza with finesse and functionality.

What we like

  • Features a specially-designed curved serrated blade that makes cutting meat easy and safe

What we dislike

  • No options in color variants

8. JIU

JIU is a super cool and innovative kitchen appliance as it is essentially a plate that you can cook your food on or a flying plate with a removable handle! It is an ingenious and revolutionary way to merge cooking and eating.

Why is it noteworthy?

A thick iron plate makes up the body of the plate or frying pan. Thanks to this material, you can cook food slowly under low heat, never letting natural juices go to waste and keeping the crispiness of the ingredients inside. And since you don’t have to transfer the food from pan to plate, you can enjoy your meal while it’s warm.

What we like

  • You can easily and efficiently attach and detach the wooden handle as needed

What we dislike

  • The plate is built from iron, making it difficult and tough to carry around

9. LetPot LPH-Max

Called the LetPot LPH-Max, this tabletop planter is designed to make home gardening super easy and fun, especially for those who don’t have a green thumb. It takes control of the plant’s entire cultivation system from seed to sprout to harvest, without any soil.

Why is it noteworthy?

The LetPot LPH-Max is a smart hydroponic plant cultivator that works entirely autonomously. It provides the plant with the water and nutrition it needs and even comes with an automatic sun-mimicking LED panel that gives the plants the light they need to photosynthesize.

What we like

  • It completely takes over the plant cultivation process, leaving you stress-free and relaxed
  • Can handle growing up to 21 plant pods simultaneously across a variety of flower, herb, and leafy green species

What we dislike

  • The design is restricted to 21 pots, not allowing for growth for interested users

10. Plate Grater

The Plate Grater is shaped like a tiny round plate instead of the traditional rectangular sheet of metal. The compact little grater is designed to be placed on a table, rather than being held up in the air like other graters. You can have it on the table at all times since it has a unique pattern and distinctive look even when it is unused.

Why is it noteworthy?

Unlike a regular grater with rows of blades, you make circular movements to grate ingredients. Rather than falling through holes, the grated pieces accumulate at the sides in full, fluffy lumps. The repetitive action, rather than being tiring and burdensome, becomes almost a mindful practice that puts you in the moment.

What we like

  • Features a silicon rubber base that prevents it from slipping on the table when you make circling motions

What we dislike

  • Intended primarily for wasabi and daikon radish, making it a limited design
  • Some people may find the form and structure of a traditional grater more appealing and usable

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