The Toast One Toaster Concept – Keeps your fingers safe from burn

If you have a tendency to burn your fingers on the toaster you might need a slightly safer version to go with. You might even be worried about little fingers attempting to snag their poptart out. Well this toaster keeps that situation in mind and has added a small twist to their design.


The Zuse Toaster – for pixelated toast

If you get tired of waking up every morning to dull blank toast this toaster might be just the way to spruce up your routine. It works much like a dot matrix printer and burns 12 x 12 pixel images onto your bread.

It can be programmed to use random patterns or even better, it can use a bit of your own designs. Which means you can get those creative juices going first thing in the morning.

The tiny vacuum cleaner to save a bit of energy

If you’re living in a smaller apartment or even a carpeted dorm room it’s not really necessary to own a full size vacuum. They both use a ton of energy and take up way too much storage room, Morphy Richards has created a smaller alternative for those small spaces.


The Automatic Paper Towel Dispenser offers less mess

If you’re one of those clumsy sorts you might need a paper towel dispenser to keep you from wasting half a roll from unraveling eight sheets instead of one. I personally have never had that problem, you just have to know when to pop your wrist. However, since I am clumsy with practically everything else I can appreciate a paper towel holder that promises to get rid of all that pesky unraveling.


The Limited Edition Love Tub

Valentine’s Day is coming up, some are excited about it, others loath it. However, like it or not, you can still drool over the lavish Valentine’s Day inspired gifts. This hot tub may not sparkle like the much sought after jewelry, but it would definitely keep you warm through the end of winter and all the way through spring as well.


The Iwavecube Personal Microwave

If you’re in desperate need of a hidden microwave this teeny little guy could be concealed under a regular office desk if needed. I’m sure every college dorm and office could use one of these bad boys.


Air Shadow hides those hideous fan blades

Design doesn’t always need to make complete sense, sometimes it just needs to wow people beyond their own logic. I don’t recall ever thinking fan blades were such a huge design flaw that they needed to be taken off immediately, but apparently someone thinks it’s a bit of a eye sore.


Throwzini’s Knife Block – Torture/Circus Entertainment for your kitchen

When I want to welcome my dinner guests into a warm, inviting atmosphere I think of two things, torture and circuses. The Throwzini’s Knife Block combines both this ideas into one practical kitchen item.


Blendie 2000 from students at MIT

Blenders haven’t changed a lot over the years, they blend. Its pretty basic and leaves little room for a huge change or revolution. However, MIT students have created the Blendie 2000 and have managed to completely change the way I look at a blender. The video included is the most hilarious thing I’ve seen that involves a blender.


WMF1 Coffee Pad makes just one cup of java

Clearly, making a single cup of coffee isn’t all that new of a concept, but how you do it can win you awards. Such as the 2007 Red Dot award the creators of this coffee maker won.

I am not a coffee drinker, I give it a go every so often just in case my tastes might have changed, but they never do, but I am a big fan of highly attractive consumer appliances such as this one. There is a single cup, and it takes a pre-measured 1-cup’s worth of coffee filter.


The Penguin Tea Timer

Those who drink tea on a regular basis know what a fine line it is when steeping your tea. Too long its bitter, to short and you aren’t going to get much flavor. Unless you set your regular egg timer to go off when its done, its easy to forget about it.


Miscea Sensor Activated Faucet – Never touch the faucet again

One doesn’t really consider a faucet to be very high-tech.. They generally only have a couple of functions; hot, cold and off. Simple, right? This cool faucet has got a few extra tricks up its sleeve.

The first cool feature of the Miscea Sensor Activated Facet is that you don’t ever actually need to touch it. This is actually really great because when most people wash their hands they first touch the faucet to turn it on, wash, then touch the faucet (where their germ-covered hands just touched) to turn it back off.. That feature alone makes this worth mentioning, however, it can also dispense soap and disinfectant lotion, also without touching it.


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