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Solar Cooler chills beverages, makes ice with sun power

No ice, no problem. The Solar Cooler uses solar panels to keep things chill in remote places, on the beach, or when camping out.

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iDevices Kitchen Thermometer at CES 2014 tells you when dinner is ready

The iDevices Kitchen Thermometer allows for remote monitoring of temperatures so that you can stay on top of what’s cooking. Available with two probes or one, the kitchen helper comes with an app for smartphone and tablet communication.

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Cutting board + iPad holder: What could possibly go wrong?

CTA Digital invades the kitchen with a series of iPad and tablet stands with integrated cutting boards, knife storage, and paper towel holders.

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Cuisinart Waffle and Pancake Maker solves the syrup conundrum

The Cuisinart WAF-300 Breakfast Central Waffle & Pancake Maker offers an easy way to make two breakfast favorites. Interchangeable nonstick plates create the easy functionality.

Touchless kitchen scale weighs in with a wave

The Salter for Williams-Sonoma Touchless Tare Glass Scale allows for hands-free operation. The scale can also measure liquid ingredients.

Galanz microwave pops out with faceplates

The Galanz microwave features interchangeable faceplates. Three different colors are provided.

Burgers become true fast food at 87 mph

A cafe in Christchurch, New Zealand, has employed a unique tubing system inspired by “Futurama” to deliver food to patrons at super speeds.

Originally posted at Crave

Burgers become true fast food at 87 mph

A cafe in Christchurch, New Zealand, has employed a unique tubing system inspired by “Futurama” to deliver food to patrons at super speeds.

Originally posted at Crave

Choppi electric garlic peeler aims to make life a little easier

The Ariete Choppi is designed to make an unpopular kitchen chore as easy as pressing a button. The small kitchen appliance can also chop and store.

With a twist, Immerset looks to change pour-over coffee

The Immerset uses a small helical valve to control the flow rate of coffee. The pour-over coffee gadget can be used fully closed or fully opened.