Stelton Pure Black Knives

We've seen some crazy knife handles before, but not too many that you can barely tell apart from the knife itself. Stelton Pure Black Knives ($55+) are forged from a single piece of stainless steel, enabling their handles to meld seamlessly into their blades, while the special, hygienic matte black coating makes them easy to clean and unusually grippy. Two chef's knives are available, as is a single bread knife — but who wants to waste a blade this good looking on cutting bread?

  • Hobart Classic Woody Wagon Mixer

    That's right boys: a mixer. With all the proceeds going to the Careers through Culinary Arts Program, which works to prepare underserved high school students for college and career opportunities in the restaurant and hospitality industry, the Hobart Classic Woody Wagon Mixer ($TBA; Auction) is a perfect excuse to hone your folding, beating, and whipping skills. Based on a mechanically restored Hobart A200, this one-of-a-kind kitchen helper has been stripped and refinished with an automotive-style, clear-coated acid green sparkle finish, genuine Wagoneer "wood-esque" trim and hints of vintage auto chrome. Perfect for the man that sees his kitchen as a garage... of food.

  • Magimix Vision Toaster

    "That's about as fun as watching bread toast." Okay, so that might not actually be a saying, but toasting has never been as fun as with the Magimix Vision Toaster ($300). This unique toaster offers a viewing window that lets you watch as your bread browns thanks to four quartz heating elements that heat evenly, four preprogrammed settings for toast, bagels, reheating, and defrosting, extra-wide slots, and stainless steel construction. Next up? See-through rice cookers. Because who really knows what the hell is going on in there?

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