Dyson's Airwrap is a pretty haircare product that's more form than function.
If you're in love with the idea of a Wi-Fi-connected multicooker, the Instant Pot Smart WiFi cooks well and brings you those internet-enabled extras. Otherwise, you'll do just as well with a more affordable Instant Pot model.
Skip this machine if want to save money -- or just prefer the taste of homemade roti.
If you're looking for a blender that can replace a lot of your small appliances without breaking the bank, you can't go wrong with the reasonably priced Ninja Ultima.
The Philips Airfryer XXL cooks in big batches but costs too much considering its flaws.
Both of Hue's new Signe fixtures are much too niche -- and much too expensive -- for us to recommend.
Consider investing in this trusty, solid and clever toaster oven if you plan to use yours for serious cooking and as long as you're not turned off by a $249 price tag.
Using your voice to control a microwave is a natural fit, and Amazon's competitive pricing essentially puts no premium on the Alexa-powered smarts. Even if you never use the voice commands, this microwave is a low-risk investment for one or two people in a smaller living space.
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 Simple Chef HF-898 is a perfectly respectable air fryer, but like other air fryers, it doesn't offer much more than the common toaster oven.
Stick with older Instant Pot models that are cheaper and cook food faster.
The Instant Pot Ace is a useful and affordable appliance to add to your countertop.
The Thermomix TM5 is a luxury kitchen gadget worth pining for.
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.
As tempting as that freakishly powerful motor is, it's difficult to justify the $529 Vitamix over some of the more affordable competitors available.
Unless you're the most devoted Dyson loyalist, you'll find much better values if you shop around -- including Dyson's own AM05.
The app is free, so the Smart Changing Pad itself isn't much more than a comfy scale. It's hard to dish out $250 for that.
The Vitamix Ascent 3500 blender’s expensive high-tech tricks won’t thrill you, and neither should its less-than-stellar food blending.