A lot of refrigerators dispense water. The only thing a Keurig really needs is hot water. Since GE already made a fridge with a hot water dispenser, it only made sense to combine the two. The result is the GE Cafe Refrigerator with Keurig K-Cup Brewing System, the first fridge to deliver a perfect cup of coffee right from its door. Speaking of doors, it has two up top, with one providing water, ice, hot water, and the aforementioned coffee, a freezer on bottom, and even the ability to set your brew time on your phone, so the water in the reservoir is ready when you are.
It's not the most visually striking gadget you can buy for your kitchen counter, but you won't care a bit once you get a taste of the stuff that comes out of the Oxo Cold Brew Coffee Maker. Made primarily from BPA-free plastic, it features a rainfall-style cap that distributes water evenly over the grounds for optimal flavor, a simple switch to activate the filtration process, a reusable ultra-fine mesh filter made from stainless steel, and a 32-ounce borosilicate carafe that automatically stops the filtering process when removed and keeps enough concentrate for 12-14 drinks fresh in your fridge for up to two weeks. Oh, and since it nests together for easy storage, you only have to look at it when you're actually using it.
A wide-open door is a refrigerator's worst enemy, letting cold air escape at a rapid pace. Which is why the LG Door-In-Door Mega-Capacity Refrigerator makes so much sense. On the left, the door-in-door offers easy-access storage space, with the right door-in-door can be accessed from the inside or out, making it ideal for things like drinks and snacks. By keeping the inner doors shut, cold air loss is reduced by up to 47 percent; other features include a fresh air filter, LED interior lighting, EasyLift bins, 34 cubic feet of space, and app-connected Smart Diagnosis to keep service calls to a minimum.
Whether you run your own confectionary business or just have a serious sweet tooth and plenty of disposable income, the Choc Creater V2 3D Chocolate Printer can make your most elaborate edible dreams come true. This food-specific printer accepts standard 3D STL and CNC G-code files over USB, can print using virtually any kind of chocolate, and offers fine printing with tracks as thin as 0.5mm, or far more precise than you could possibly achieve by hand.