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Nomiku

Sous vide is the next big thing in cooking — but unfortunately, you've had to shell out a ton of cash if you wanted to bring the technology home. The Nomiku ($300) is poised to do so at a much lower price and without the need for a large, dedicated machine. It sits down in a standard pot, heating the water to whatever temperature you set -- using the dial control and 1.3-inch OLED screen -- and keeping it there for as long as you need. The result? Perfectly cooked meals, every time, with less fuss than you'd expect.

  • Cafino Coffee Maker

    Equal parts ecologically friendly and gorgeous, the Cafino Coffee Maker ($165) is ready to help kick start your day with an extra dash of style. Made in Germany using stainless steel and glass, it uses a double stainless steel mesh sieve to hold your freshly-ground beans, a borosilicate glass cylinder to hold the boiling water — and eventually your coffee — and an integrated handle to make pouring as easy as brewing. [Scouted by Steve]

  • Cube Tube

    Unless you have a built-in ice maker, odds are you have to deal with ice cube trays — and all the water spillage that comes with them. The Cube Tube ($TBA) is designed to eliminate that problem. Its vertical ice cube tray prevents spillage by allowing you to fill up a clear tube that works with a 14-cube divider to lock in the water, making it incredibly easy to get your frozen friends out one-at-a-time when its time for a cold drink.