With 40 different settings, the Baratza grinder can tailor your coffee beans to your liking if you want to up your barista game. It processes beans into high-grade grounds of uniform size and texture.
For a second option, consider this conical burr grinder from Oxo. It performed well in our tests, and even includes a built-in scale to help you keep things precise.
Speaking of coffee, this Kalita dripper makes an outstanding cup of joe.
The Dash Rapid Egg Cooker will poach, boil, or steam your eggs for you and take the guesswork out of getting the yolk to your preferred sweet spot. Better yet, the Dash requires minimal work to cook your eggs or clean up after you're done.
If you're shopping for someone who lives in a house with high ceilings, then a few of these extra-bright floodlight LEDs from Cree might make for a sneaky good stocking stuffer. They're bright, they're efficient, they work well with dimmers and they can cut down on energy bills -- the gift that keeps giving!
Whether you want to slowly smoke or quickly sear your food, the high-performance Traeger Timberline 850 will get the job done. You can also fully control this Traeger with your phone. Get it cooking and the resulting meals will be irresistible.
If you're shopping for more of an indoor sort of cook, then consider this high-powered KitchenAid blender. It kept up with Vitamix in our tests, and was one of the easiest models to clean.
With quick cooking times and an oven that consistently bakes evenly, the Electrolux EI30EF45QS fits the bill if you want to upgrade your kitchen.
Got a large family? Stuff their collective stockings into this king-sized Maytag washer.
If one washing machine isn't enough, Samsung's FlexWash stacks an extra mini-washer on top of a traditional front loader. Not only can you wash two loads at once, the FlexWash will do a great job getting your clothes clean.
The four arms of LG's QuadWash dishwasher do make a difference -- this dishwasher did extremely well on our rigorous tests. Even better, the LG LDF5545ST packs in a ton of features, cycles and options for a reasonable price.
For something even more affordable, consider this model from GE. It isn't fancy, but it proved itself a competent cleaner in our rigorous tests.
We liked the first Samsung Family Hub fridge. It was a unique and interesting luxury purchase at its hefty original $6,000 price tag. Well, the second-generation Family Hub brings back the touchscreen with the same smarts, and brings the price down to a much more reasonable amount.
This Samsung top freezer fridge is even more of a bargain and it's got more features hidden inside than you might expect.