7 Gadgets That Will Improve Your HomeMay 11, 2012 # 6:52 pm # Home Gadgets # 6 Comments
Given the amazing advancements in technology these days, it is no wonder our homes are filled with gadgets that make life easier. If you are wondering what some of these gadgets are, take a minute to look over the following list. It contains 7 cool, worthwhile gadgets that are sure to improve your home.
1. Baby Bullet
This neat gadget allows you to prepare fresh baby food in the comfort of your own kitchen. It comes with various attachments that let you create just the right amount of food for your little one. With the ability to make a week’s worth of fresh baby food, you will no longer have to make trips to the supermarket to pick up jars of baby food when you run out. The Baby Bullet also comes with a milling blade, which allows you to grind whole grains into powdered cereals for baby. If you have a baby, this gadget is sure to improve your home.
If you have cats in your home, there is a very good chance you also have a litter box. Unfortunately cleaning a litter box is no fun, and can often be messy and unsanitary. This is where the Litter-Robot comes in. This gadget is a self-cleaning litter box that contains a patented litter sifting system. The unit houses a waste drawer that holds several days’ worth of cat waste, meaning you can forget about cleaning your cat’s smelly litter box every day. Simply empty the waste drawer once every couple days, and that’s it. Not only will this gadget improve your home, but it will save you money on litter as well.
3. Warmrails Towel Warmer
Ever wish you had a warm, soft towel waiting for you after you take a shower? Well, the Warmrails Towel Warmer and Drying Rack will give you just that. With several models to choose from, these towel warmers can be used freestanding or mounted on your bathroom wall using hardware. In addition to keeping towels warm and fresh, these racks are also great for drying delicate laundry or winter gear after playing in the snow.
4. Dyson Air Multiplier
A fan without blades used to be unheard of. Leave it to Dyson, pioneers in the vacuum world, to come up with such a gadget. The Dyson Air Multiplier is great for homes with kids, as blade-related injuries are no longer an issue. This efficient gadget is also extremely easy to clean, meaning you will no longer have to take apart your fan to clean its dusty blades.
5. Brita Water Filtering Pitcher
Although this gadget is not new on the market, it is still worthy of mention. It gives you the ability to drink water from your tap, even if it contains certain particles or minerals. All you have to do is fill the pitcher and place it in your fridge. As you pour the water from the pitcher into your glass, it runs through an effective filter that removes anything that shouldn’t be there. Although you will have to purchase new filters to keep the pitcher working properly, you will no longer be stuck buying bottled water.
6. Philips AirFryer
Deep fried food is delicious, but can do terrible things to our bodies. Enter the Philips AirFryer. This gadget cooks your favorite deep-fried foods without any oil at all. Instead it uses circulating hot air, which promises to cook foods thoroughly and leave them golden brown. With the ability to reduce the fat content in food by up to 80%, this gadget could potentially change the world.
7. Hamilton Beach SmoothTouch Can Opener
Traditional can openers often leave sharp edges that have the potential to cause injuries. The Hamilton Beach SmoothTouch Can Opener actually cuts around the side of the can instead of the top, which completely eliminates the issues that accompany other can openers. You will no longer have to worry about grabbing the lid before it falls into the can, which greatly reduces the risk of cuts. Additionally, the blade never touches the food inside the can. No more crusty, messy can openers for you.
If you are looking for gadgets that will improve your home, these are all excellent choices. They not only make life easier, but also make your home a safer, healthier place to be.
Guest post from Bailey Harris. Bailey writes for HomeOwnersInsurance.org.