Tea drinkers know what a pain it can be to take their beverage with them when they leave the house — traditional travel mugs aren't made with tea in mind, and always leave you with a used bag and nowhere to put it. Steep ($30) solves the traveling tea drinker's problems by providing an insulated cup with a screw-on lid and a space to keep your leftovers. Made from ordinary ceramic material, and designed to fit traditional mason jar lids, it's threaded on the top and bottom, so you can keep things securely contained. Safely microwave yours and stick it in the dishwasher when you're done.

  • Flip-Down Breakfast Toaster

    We all know breakfast is the most important meal of the day — and what better way to enjoy it than as a sandwich. The Frankenstein-esque Flip-Down Breakfast Toaster ($TBA) takes all the hassle out of cooking a great breakfast sandwich, so you can stop resorting to greasy fast or frozen food. The top portion functions like a typical toaster, with room for two pieces of bread, a bagel, or an english muffin. The side portion folds down, revealing an electric griddle, so you can fry an egg and cook a sausage at the same time. And because it combines two or three appliances into one machine, it's perfect for those of you living in apartments the size of cardboard refrigerator boxes.

  • Panasonic ZK1H Water Kettle

    There's something we like about the clean, industrial look of a kitchen all kitted out in stainless steel appliances. If that's the look you're going for, then the Panasonic ZK1H Water Kettle ($180) will make a great addition to your kitchen. In addition to looking pretty slick, it has a number of features that make it a worthwhile buy, like auto shutoff, LED indicators, and a washable lime scale filter. The interior is also completely coated in stainless steel, so your water will always taste great. [via]

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