British audio company Keith Monks has been making record cleaning machines since 1969. Their latest effort, the Prodigy, is ideal for home use. It uses a point suction technique and special fluid to clean records, moving a vacuum nozzle across the surface of the record while it spins. As a result, it can clean and dry both sides of an LP in under five minutes, while operating in virtual silence so as to not disrupt anything that's currently spinning on the turntable. The main cabinet, hardware, washing accessories, and cover are made from sustainable bamboo, and interior multi-colored lighting gives it an added boost of visual interest.