Do you intend to purchase some fancy and useful kitchen appliances this Christmas? Is there someone on you Christmas list who wants new kitchen gadgets and gizmos? Then small, interesting and high-tech kitchen appliance should surely be your bet. Listed below are the ten of the best kitchen appliances released in 2013 that you can take home for the holidays and you and your family would love.
# Easy Toaster from Russel Hobbs Easy Toaster from Russel Hobbs
Kitchen counter is one place that you don’t want cluttered. More so if you have a small apartment. To fit ever so nicely on the counter, without needing much space is the Easy Toaster by Russel Hobbs. The toaster has a flat back so it can be cramped against the wall to save space. For utility, the toaster only toasts two slices of bread at a time, but has a pair of pockets on the outside which absorb heat from the toaster’s element to keep additional slices warm for you.
Bluetooth Radio killed the Video star – Revo has finally unveiled their expansion to the SuperSeries range with the retro chic SuperSignal DAB radio. Exhibiting its classy form with American Walnut wooden facades, the design harks back to the purist level. This subtle elegance of the form factor is complemented by a OLED display and anodized aluminum and mild-steel grille.
Ingenuity precedes resources – this in a nutshell describes the above pictured contraption built by model hobbyist Wesley Pereira de Souza. What might seem like just another toy is actually a home made version of a scale model excavator. However, the remarkable essence of the project goes beyond its DIY nature. The entire model is actually built from an assortment of scraps, including – old syringes, tubes and wood pieces.
The concrete dock for the iPhone, the Hardwrk Massive Dock is equipped with a Lightning connector and can be optimally used with iPhone 5, iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S. Handmade from concrete, the Massive Dock has micro-suction pads on the bottom, which allow the dock to adhere itself to the desk.
Taking advantage of 3D printing as an additive manufacturing technique, this Ladybug 3D printed keyboard is made from 3D printed shell. Themed on a Yamaha P35 digital piano, this keyboard has been manufactured using Selective Laser Sintering by 3D Systems in the USA on an advanced sPro SLS system.
Dubbed the Life Tree, the living Christmas tree comprises of a total of 25 aquariums packed with moss, LEDs and Japan’s favorite amphibian. The Life Tree is on display at the Kyoto Aquarium, it will be there for the world to see until December 25.
The Sound Wave system can be retrofitted to any of Kaldewei’s existing line of 3.5mm steel enamel bathtubs to transform it into a massive Bluetooth speaker. With the Sound wave, the bathtub is converted into a sound box to deliver highest quality amplified music when filled with water. The Sound Wave immerse the bather into a pool of favorite songs.
German designer Mira Schroder from experimental studio BLESS takes things to a more ‘personal’ level by creating the Workbed. As the name suggests, this contrivance fuses a work desk and a bed into a singular conception.
Harold Sangouard is one of those designers who has taken a cue from edgy dimensions of human skull to design a beautiful armchair named ‘Skull.’ Skull Armchair is a perfect example of skull furniture that exudes both mystery and elegance into your lair.
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The designer has developed a speaker that is created by generating drawings made from studying music patterns generated by resonating metal plate that distributes the salt poured on it into uniform patterns.
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