It is every home maker’s dream to own a kitchen gadget such as a dish washer. Cleaning the dishes is one of the most daunting house chores as it is time consuming to wash, rinse and then finally dry the cutlery. Besides that, the harsh chemicals from the dish washing liquid might cause skin irritation and other skin problems.
From the outside, the new Miele Futura Diamond Dish Washer looks like a normal dishwasher with its stainless steel exterior. Like many dishwashers in the market, it also promises no pre rinsing is required before the plates go for the rinse and hold cycle. But there is one feature that would make any bloke go crazy about the new Miele’s Futura Diamond Dish Washer. This is because it is not only capable of washing fragile wine glasses it also has the ability to chill them so that you can enjoy a glass of wine whenever you want to.
Apparently, the frosting feature is only available in European countries. This is due to the special plumbing system which transports cold water and allows the Miele Futura Diamond Dish Washer to immediately frost the glasses once all the grime is removed. It also has a third level cutlery tray that allows you to wash more dishes at one time. Its bright LED lighting illuminates your dishes allowing you to immediately spot any residue and stubborn dirt that has not been removed.
From wine glasses to beer mugs, the Miele Futura Diamond Dish Washer is a dream come true for those who enjoy a quick pint or two in the evening. However, those who don’t have the luxury of a cold water plumbing system like those in Europe will need to stick with refrigerating their glass the old fashion way.
Like drinking beer but somehow you just hate going back to the kitchen to get another refill or crack that beer bottle open again? Well, do not fret because the Bottoms up Draft Beer Dispensing System is here to serve you.
This device was developed by GrinOn and it is considered as one of the fastest dispensing system for draft beers in the world. Not only it can dispense beer, it can also dispense soft drinks. So this gadget is not just for the alcoholics!
The Bottoms up Beer Dispenser fills a uniquely designed cup that has a hole at the bottom and a magnet that closes the hole after the cup is pulled out from the dispenser. It is one of the fastest dispensers because it fills about 56 cups in just 1 minute.
The Bottoms up Draft Beer Dispensing System is used in most large stadiums during sport events and these sellers have sold more beers than they used to with their ordinary beer dispensers. Not only that, it also produces less foam which means more beer for you to enjoy. Also, the dispenser does not come with a hose that shoots out beers into your cup and leave your place very messy and dirty. It fills the beer from the bottom of the cup which reduces the foam and thus does not leave beer drops everywhere.
So, if you are feeling lazy or just want to show off at your next party, do get this item. There are commercial dispensers and home use dispensers that can be found at your local stores or if you can’t find it, go ahead and pre-order it from GrinOn.
I like beer as much as the next bloke; actually I probably like it more. However, I have never contemplated brewing my own until now. This gadget, called the Home Beer Brewing System available from Synergy has made it easier to make your own beer.
The brewing system has multiple options to choose from to enable you to totally customise your brewing system, such as kettle capacity, or brewing stands. The basic brewing stand contains two propane burners with valve control to allow the user to fully regulate heat treatment. Individual components such as Kettles, pipe nipples, ball valves, false bottoms, strainers, hose barbs and thermometers are made if stainless steel making it more expensive than other brewing systems, however this system will be more reliable and last longer. There is a whole lot more on the Synergy website, with specifications on all the main components.
Please note this is not a total beginners setup, the user needs to have some knowledge and experience on grain brewing to get the best results out of the Home Beer Brewing System. If you are a beginning wanting to try this out, I highly recommended visiting your local library which should have books dedicates to brewing, otherwise just Google it.
Although unfamiliar with brewing, I understand that you also need the following which is not included when purchasing the product; “grain, hops, propane tank, wort chiller, mash paddle, strainer, clear pitcher for recirculating wort, bucket with drain valve, yeast, a carboy or fermenter, funnel, and a hydrometer”.
Price: At least $2,000
In the last three years I have got right into cycling. Doing regular 20-30 mile bike rides until our annual charity 70 mile ride in August. However, there has been many times when we are out where we just want to go into a pub and have a beer or grab a bite to eat but we cant because nobody has a bike lock. Well, that’s actually a lie everyone has them but nobody brings theirs.
Why is that? Well bike locks needs to be secure and due to that they are generally made from strong but heavy steel. When me and my cycling buddies are out, we like to keep the weight down so they get left at home. Today’s cycling gadget could solve the problem.
It is called the Handlebar Bike Lock. Designed by Bach Nguyen, the gadget is a normal looking handlebar that when dismantled, a steel cable is displayed that can be locked around a solid object. This pretty sweet gadget would be ideal as its integrated to the bike so that you don’t have to carry it separately, although you still have the weight problem. Also, one problem I see with this gadget is that it doesn’t stop people from pinching the wheels. Most bikes these days have the easy remove wheels that need to be hooped through a security cable in order to be secure; with this setup you can do that. However it is a concept and one I am sure will be improved in the future.
[Source: Yanko Design]