With three exhibit halls and 2,100 exhibitors, there is no shortage of interesting home and houseware products. Here are more that caught our attention.
Black & Decker Pizza Oven does the most phenomenal job of baking and grilling you’ve ever seen. Spent the evening with Top Chef Spike Mendelsohn watching him turn out pizzas of all types, calzones and sweetzas (that’s a dessert pizza.) Five minutes to pre-heat and 5 minutes to bake at 650 degrees – crazy fast. Coming spring 2015.
Blendtec Blender 725 with its digital control panel will replace 12 devices in your kitchen. Complete with helpful hints, it’ll make you a master blender in nothing flat.
SDS is coming to market with their incredible line of over 600 drinks you can make on demand from flavored waters, to carbonated soft drinks to hot or cold coffees and teas to beer. Coming this summer.
Tiger Water Heaters are the ticket for those who want their instant tea or coffee to be really hot. With four settings from 150 to 208 degrees, you can get steaming hot coffee or water suitable for a baby’s formula.
Cathy Mitchell, author of Dump Desserts has just come out with her much awaited follow-up – Dump Dinners. Made to be super-easy to assemble and yet nutritious for your family, Dump Dinners takes ordinary ingredients and makes delicious meals.
The Wolf Gourmet Countertop Oven with convection heating is a piece of art on your countertop. Holding a full 9 x 13 baking pan, this will do a full size roast to perfection with the built in digital probe.
Bella’s Movie Night popcorn popper and server makes a hearty 16 cups of popcorn and melts your butter all at once. Coming Spring 2015.
Philips Airfryer now comes in two digital models but still fries with just a tablespoon or two of oil. Making one device do more, the Airfryer will fry, roast, bake or grill.
Curse the darkness no more. Now light the night with the widest beam flashlight anywhere – the TripleLite 180 actually has three LED’s, producing over 500 lumens of light.
Hegs are the best thing to hit your clothes line since, well, clothes pins. Hegs lock on your clothes line when put on at a 45 degree angle and stretch your clothes while they dry. Hang multiple clothes on each hook. Available May or June 2015 in the North American market.
SuperHuman has come out with a See-Through Toaster that automatically raises and lowers your toast as you watch it cook. Adjustable thickness settings make sure your toast or bagels come out perfectly done. Coming spring 2015.