This futuristic sink may not be the most out-of-this world product, but we have to admit the sleek design makes convenience look good. Complete with removable cutting board, stainless steel bowls to catch the cutting board debris, and a steel that shines when wiped clean.
Introducing your brand new stove, which looks more like an iPad than your standard range. This design by Whirlpool (which they plan to roll out in the next 5 years) uses inductive technology to heat pots and pans, and uses your wifi to bring up recipes and cooking tips without having to touch a single cookbook.
This coffeemaker puts your brand new Keurig to shame. With touchscreen technology and fingerprint recognition, program how you like your coffee once and this device remembers – simply touch the screen and you have a customized cup of coffee in no time.
With this futuristic toaster by Zuse, there is more to it than meets the eye. Not only does it toast your bread in an extremely interesting way, you can program pictures into the device and it will “print” those image on your toast. Amazing? Yes. Unnecessary? Also yes.
The dishwasher everyone with a studio apartment will love – this dishwashing device sits right on your countertop, making it accessible for many people with limited space or out-of-date kitchens. With a sleek, tubular design, hopefully this dishwasher prototype will make it on the market soon.
As far as futuristic goes, this product takes the cake. Meet the fridge of the future. The “Bio Robot Fridge” by Electrolux allows you to store your food in a cooling biopolymer gel (aka goop). This design not only makes odors impossible to transfer between items and takes up less space, it also looks really, really cool.
After you wash your clothes in your futuristic washing machine, pop them into this dryer. The “DryMate” uses cutting edge vacuum technology to dry clothes at lower temperatures, which not only is easier on the environment but also on your clothes. It’s a win-win.
If you are not a fan of laundry (who is?) this may be the perfect solution. This device is meant to be a hamper that turns in to a washing machine. No more lugging baskets of clothes to the basement – just push a few buttons and you have clean clothes fast. And just like the dishwasher, it’s perfect for apartment living.
Don’t be alarmed by this gadgets blade-like design, the only thing this space-age device is interested in impailing is an orange. The “Citrus Squeezer” by Alessi looks more like a spaceship than a juicer, but it gets the job done in style. The best part? This product is for sale on amazon.com for a mere $100.
Stainless steel is so last season. Brandt has introduced a portable microwave of the future. The dome design and 360-degree views do more than just make it aesthetically pleasing – they allow for larger items and easier cleanup.
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