The TP04 boasts better features than any other air purifier on the market, but it's a lot more than most people need.
Beneath all the health hype, you'll find a competent blender that gets caught in the middle between the best single-serve smoothie makers and the best full-size multitaskers.
The Philips Airfryer XXL cooks in big batches but costs too much considering its flaws.
Skip this machine if want to save money -- or just prefer the taste of homemade roti.
Dyson's Airwrap is a pretty haircare product that's more form than function.
The wee Panasonic FlashXpress Toaster Oven is endearingly quirky and almost surprisingly good at what it does. For a midrange price, you’ll get the functionality of a much more expensive model.
We're hoping the Vortex Plus will get a second generation or rerelease, as this model from the maker of the Instant Pot doesn't feel ready for prime time.
The AM06 is an impressive spectacle to behold -- but it's still just a desk fan. For such an expensive device, we wish that it doubled as a space heater, like Dyson's AM05, or featured a more noticeable bump in performance. It doesn't, and that makes it difficult to recommend.
Both of Hue's new Signe fixtures are much too niche -- and much too expensive -- for us to recommend.
The Vitamix FoodCycler FC-50 is a fast and easy way to convert food scraps into compost.
The Vitamix Ascent 3500 blender’s expensive high-tech tricks won’t thrill you, and neither should its less-than-stellar food blending.
The DeLonghi MultiFry 1363 isn't as flexible as an Instant Pot but air-fries food well with less oil.
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.
If you can afford it, the $129.95 Aria Wi-Fi scale adds real-time weight tracking to Fitbit's fitness arsenal.
Unless you're the most devoted Dyson loyalist, you'll find much better values if you shop around -- including Dyson's own AM05.
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.
The Thermomix TM5 is a luxury kitchen gadget worth pining for.
This is a powerful and effective single-serve blender that won't cost a fortune, just don't expect it to go too far beyond the line of duty.