July 30, 2012
LG Electronics has created a fridge that has door-in-door technology. That's right - as you can see there's a french door built right into the main door allowing you to grab stuff quickly. LG’s proprietary Door-In-Door feature is a magnetically sealed section of the right refrigerator door that releases and allows consumers access to the door bin without opening the entire refrigerator. Simply push a button on the door handle to release the magnetic seal. This interior compartment provides consumers quick, easy access to the most commonly needed items in the fridge such as canned or bottled drinks, salad dressings and condiments.
Because of the Door-in-Door feature, less cool air escapes when the easy access compartment is opened, keeping cold air in the rest of your fridge where it matters most.
At LG ELECTRONICS
Read More in: Large Appliances
July 23, 2012
We often wonder why there aren't more mouse knives in our life, and now we can answer this question. They're a bit creepy. If you do however like a good mouse knife and cheeseboard you're in luck. The Nibbled cheeseboard comes complete with a mouse knife, cheeseboard, and even a mouse hole to store the mouse knife away. Let's hope that mouse knife doesn't eat too much of the cheese.
Via Foolish Gadgets
Read More in: Cutting Boards | Knives
July 16, 2012
The ExcelSteel 242 5-Quart Stainless Steel Colander is the perfect colander for your salad consuming life. It features easy grip handles, and a mirror polished exterior constructed in stainless for durability. You can also clean it with ease, and because it's sturdy and strong you'll probably only ever need to buy this one for the rest of your life.
Read More in: Pots & Pans
July 9, 2012
We've seen just about every knife out there and many of them are sharp, but how many of them are heated? Warburtons has created an electric heated butter knife to make getting the butter, spreading the butter, and just enjoying butter easier.
Continue reading: "Toastie Knife - The Electric Heated Butter Knife"
Read More in: Knives
July 2, 2012
It's hot even here in the Boston area, and we think the pim10bls portable ice maker which features an easy-to-use touch pad with illuminated indicators, and will make 26-1/2-pound of ice every 24-hours could help take the heat out of Summer. It at least can help to cool some yummy drinks, and this portable ice maker doesn't need plumbing, installation or a drain because it's completely portable. That means it can be used in many locations such as boats, cottages and basements. Yes - cool basements. Let's hope it doesn't make too much heat while it makes the ice.
Read More in: Small Appliances
June 20, 2012
Remember in Aliens when Bishop decides to show one of the marines the 5 fingered stabbing game? Well - you can now have all the fun and excitement of the real game without losing any digits. No word on pricing or availability.
Read More in: Knives
June 11, 2012
Laying in bed and eating dinner is one thing, but having your bed transform into your eating area is another. This transforming dinner table bed thing is interesting. We like the idea of this in a camping situation or perhaps in some modern home that has only 200 square feet in it. Wherever it ends up you'll be fed and comfy.
At Gizmodo at Transforming Bed
Read More in: Free Standing Kitchens
June 4, 2012
Is there anything more classic for the summer than a lemon squeezer? A lemon squeezer is essential for any kitchen and a must for any home bar. With one you can enjoy fresh-squeezed lemon juice without electricity, batteries, or hard-to-operate juice squeezers. This squeezer provides pure juice without any seeds or pulp, and is crafted from sturdy aluminum and enameled in a fun citrus-inspired color.
Read More in: Kitchen Gadgets
May 29, 2012
For $25 this ice cream sandwich maker comes with both the molds to shape the ice cream and the indoor baking unit to make 2 round cookies and 2 rectangle cookies. Think how amazing everyone will find you when they realize you have ice cream sandwich making power not only this summer but year round.
Read More in: Baking | Kitchen Gadgets
May 22, 2012
The Russian design agency Kian has a new design concept that's part egg carton, part cooking innovation. The "Gogol Mogol"—named after a Russian egg dish is a self-cooking individual egg carton made from recycled paperboard. The egg-cooking chemical reaction begins when the exterior tag is pulled on like a grenade. This removes the membrane and commences a chemical reaction between the catalyst and the "smart material." After a few minutes you pop open the container and have a perfectly cooked egg.
Gogol Mogol was the winner of a design contest held in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the EPDA (European Packaging Design Association).
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