Crock-Pot's Express cooker turns up the heat on countertop rivals.
Consider the Mellow if you're a moderate sous vide enthusiast who wants to make sure dinner is ready exactly when you want it. If you're still not sure about cooking your food in a water bath, go for a less expensive immersion circulator instead.
The blender has a built-in scale and Bluetooth connection so you can use an app to build a better smoothie.
If you want yoghurt every day and don't want to fill up a landfill with plastic, Yomee may be just the ticket.
Panasonic wants to reimagine your smart home with a remote-control compact sake fridge.
The Char-Broil SmartChef Tru-Infrared cooks food well and has connected tech included, but it's expensive and its smarts aren't that useful.
The website has created a Bluetooth-connected cooktop to work in tandem with its popular Tasty recipes.
This appliance is at its best when you pair it with the company's delicious meals. Not into a meal delivery service? Consider a regular countertop oven.
Millo could be your personal magnet-powered smoothie machine.
The Vitamix Ascent 3500 blender’s expensive high-tech tricks won’t thrill you, and neither should its less-than-stellar food blending.
The Dash Rapid Egg Cooker is worth a look if you’d like to prepare breakfast eggs with hardly any effort or without making much of a mess, but for best results you’ll still have to use a separate timer.
Skip this machine if want to save money -- or just prefer the taste of homemade roti.
The fancy Omega OM7560 is made to mix it up with pricey blender competitors.
Though it has sleek and attractive looks the compact Braun PureMix JB7130BK can't match the performance of other midrange blenders including the KitchenAid 5-Speed Diamond.
The pricey KitchenAid Pro Series blender has lots of power to mince, chop and mix food, but for best results, you'll have to make regular use of its tamper.
Bialetti's Manual Burr Grinder costs a fraction of what you'd pay for a fancy electric machine and produces uniform coffee grounds but it's slow and needs muscle power to operate.
If individual servings of pour-over or espresso are what you drink, the Breville Smart Grinder Pro might suit your needs, but experienced home baristas are better off buying a kitchen scale and a more affordable manual burr grinder.
You can use it to distill water, or hop oils, or whatever other completely legal things come to mind.