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Deglon Meeting Knife Set

You don't need to appreciate clever design to like the Deglon Meeting Knife Set ($740) — but it helps. Crafted from high-quality stainless steel, this ingenious set includes a 3-1/4-inch paring knife, 5-1/4-inch utility knife, 8-inch chef knife, and 8-3/4-inch slicer, alternatively made with an internal cavity or shaped to go inside one, such that the entire set fits into the included steel block using roughly the same amount of space as a standard chef's knife — which also makes it perfect for those times when space is at a premium.

  • Bodum Bistro Pour Over Coffee Machine

    Unsatisfied with the quality of coffee created by your average drip machine, Bodum went about re-inventing it as only they can. The result is the Bodum Bistro Pour Over Coffee Machine ($250), which aims to replicate the tedious yet tasty pour over process. It uses a spiral heating element to get the water as close to boiling as possible before transporting it over to the fine-mesh, titanium-plated coffee filter. It then passes though a shower head to ensure even distribution, while the filter lets through all the flavor and none of the grit. Finally, the double-walled thermos ensures the stuff stays warm, yet still opens with a simple press of a button. [via]

  • Cuppow

    Some of our favorite salsas and sauces come in plain, reusable jars — but unless you're running a country-themed bar, they aren't so useful for drinking out of thereafter. Unless you've got a Cuppow ($9). This brilliant little tool acts like a coffee cup lid, working with most normal wide-mouth canning jars to turn them into efficient, reusable, spill-free travel mugs — although it still won't stop you from burning your hands should you decide to fill it with hot coffee.