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Bubble Scrubber

Bubble Scrubber

Doing dishes sucks, but you can make the chore a little less monotonous with the Bubble Scubber ($5). This inexpensive, long-handled scrub brush features a hole in the center for making bubbles out of soapy dishwater. Amuse your children, pets, and/or yourself, all while making your sig. other mighty happy. [via]

  • Steak Button Thermometers

    While most chefs have a pretty good idea of how long to cook their steaks, things can get tricky when you've got one person who digs seared rare while someone else wants thier meat burnt like a poorly-trained fire-breather. These Steak Button Thermometers ($15/4) are reusable, 1" diameter guages that tell whether your meat is rare, medium, or well done. Trust us, it's well worth it to keep from hearing "I can't eat this... it needs to go back on the grill." [Thanks, Mars]

  • Nespresso Lattissima

    If you live alone, you probably realize that making single servings can really suck. The Nespresso Lattissima ($800; Fall 2007) lets you make single-serving cappuccinos and lattes in a snap. Co-developed by Nestle Nespresso and De'Longhi, the machine features Nespresso's hermetically sealed coffee system, a one-touch fresh milk froth system, and twin pump and heating systems. Which means you'll have your cappuccino in less than one minute.
    [Thanks, Rick]