Check out all of the stuff we saw at the 2015 International Home and Housewares Show.
Click through this gallery to see a ton of brand new kitchen stuff. Some of these things will be available to buy right away, while other things may not hit retail until later this year, like the neat-looking $250 KitchenAid Siphon Coffee Brewer pictured above, which is slated for a June release. Either way, you can go ahead and start planning your kitchen appliance upgrades.
The $300 Barista Brain 12-Cup Coffee Brewing System is the one of many new Oxo products unveiled at IHS.
Oxo also announced a $200 9-cup brewer at the Chicago housewares event.
"Coffee static" is a known burr grinder problem, but Oxo's new $200 model is supposed to minimize this issue.
This $160 Oxo toaster has a "Take-A-Peek" feature that's supposed to let you check in on that status of your bread as it's toasting.
Oxo also announced a $100 two-slice version.
The $90 Oxo immersion blender has six different speed settings.
Oxo's new $80 hand mixer has LED lighting to illuminate your ingredients.
The colorful Keurig K200, which will cost somewhere between $120 and $130, is designed to brew a single serving on up to four cups.
Cuisinart's new $149 Velocity Ultra Trio 1 HP Blender/Food Processor with Travel Cups is the first hybrid model to also offer two 16-ounce travel cups.
Blendtec's Bluetooth-enabled Connect Food Preparation System with related app is supposed to make your blender-ing, mixer-ing, and food-scale-weighing way easier than before.
At $459, the pint-sized Vitamix S55 sure is pricy, but it's also supposed to be strong enough for heavy-duty tasks, like churning peanuts into butter.
Combine a blender with an 800W, non-stick heating element and you get 3 Squares' new $150 Soup3rb Blender, due in stores in the second half of 2015.
3 Squares' $130 Du3t is just a concept right now, but this slow cooker-sous vide hybrid has a crowdfunding campaign scheduled to hit Kickstarter later this year.
The $140 Bonavita BV1500TS is a smaller version of the brand's BV1900TS. It looks big enough to give you a proper buzz (it can brew up to 4 or 5 cups), but it's at a lower price point than its predecessor.
It certainly makes sense for Jamba Juice to jump into the at-home blending ring and this $450 Jamba Professional Blender, the result of a partnership with Hamilton Beach, has enough power to challenge names like Blendtec, Ninja and Vitamix.
The Jamba Professional Citrus Juicer will set you back $160, but its easy-grip handle is supposed to make it easier than ever for you to get your vitamin C fix.
The Pancakebot is part 3D printer, part robotic pancake grill.
Create complex colored pancakes like out own CNET logo.
Thermos, a company with a long history making containers for liquid gave us a demo of its Smart Lid Hydration Bottle. It claims it's the first device of its kind built to help you keep taps on how much water you drink.
Linked to compatible iOS devices over wireless Bluetooth connection, the Thermos Smart Lid Hydration Bottle tries to track how much water you drink out of it.