Smart Kitchen Appliances You Cannot Live Without
In today’s day and age, a “smart” piece equipment is by a definition a device connectable to other devices. If you’re looking to spice up your kitchen design an actually turn this space into a smart one, check out the following list of the most popular smart kitchen appliances every home is bound to be equipped with in just a couple of years.
Have you ever wondered how a trash can could possibly help you with replenishing your supplies? Doubtlessly, you have forgotten to put a shopping item or two onto your list a whole bunch of times. This is frustrating, especially if you end up having to go to the supermarket all over again. Well, GeniCan can help you here – this smart piece of technology sits with your garbage can and makes sure that you don’t forget to put any item on your shopping list. It works by scanning the barcode on the packaging of items that you’re disposing and directly sends the item to the list on your GeniCam phone app.
Which came first, the chicken or the egg? This is actually still an ongoing debate. Another, more down-to-earth one comes to mind when you think “eggs” and it goes like this: “Is this egg good?” We don’t know, but fortunately, the Egg Minder does. This smart piece of technology will allow you to find out if an egg is spoiled while you’re still in the grocery store, as opposed to having to find out once you’re done making your meal. Furthermore, there is no way of knowing the state of an egg while still shopping – it’s not as if you can pop an egg open on the spot! This cool gadget also comes with a mobile app, which automatically notifies you when your egg supply is low.
If it’s been a while since you’ve bought a new bridge, you may need to consider browsing for new ones. As a rule of thumb, the main question when it comes to these appliances is whether you should repair or replace a fridge – something this article may help you choose. If you’ve decided on buying a brand-new refrigerator, we strongly advise you to go with a smart one. These appliances are equipped with LCD displays and Wi-Fi connectivity are useful in terms of memos, calendars, internet radio, smart TV playback and smartphone mirroring.
iSommelier Smart Decanter
A smart wine decanter, iSommelier can soften up the tannins mature wine – something which normally tends to take years of cellaring and aerating, by using a highly concentrated purified oxygen, which doesn’t exactly come at low prices. The iSommelier comes with a digital screen that displays you the name of the wine, vintage and the aeration progress. As is the case with the majority of smart appliances, this wine decanter comes with an app that lets you control the device through your smartphone.
These four smart gadgets will go a long way in making the kitchen a modern space. Once you’ve equipped your kitchen with them, you’ll begin to wonder how you could function without these pieces of technology before. Almost every household item is currently on fast tracks toward being accessible through your smartphone, so start equipping yourself for the future!