Everyone loves pizza, but not everyone loves cutting it. Whether it be a freshly homemade pie you whipped up yourself or just some delivery action that the stoned carrier forgot to cut properly, the Rösle Pizza Wheel ($35) can help you get it chopped up in no time. Sporting a surprisingly stylish body that puts your hand inside the free-running roller blade, it allows you to distribute pressure more evenly, making for cleaner cuts.
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.
How does one go about celebrating the 100th anniversary of one of a tragic accident in which 1,514 people died? You make a tea bag holder, of course! The Teatanic (€11; roughly $13) is designed to resemble the ill-fated RMS Titanic, crafted from stainless steel with a mug-filling body that allows you to press on its sides to squeeze out all available goodness. Play "My Heart Will Go On" while drinking to complete the experience.