The Citrange is a double-sided hand juicer which is designed so that it can be balanced atop your glass whiule you squeeze your fruit. A built-in funnel not only guides the juice into the glass, it also filters out the seeds.
The juicer comes in green or orange and is made of dishwasher-safe polypropylene.
$25 at Generate.
Amco Houseworks' Serrated Ice Cream Scoop features a serrated edge for cutting into hard ice cream and an unusual faceted aluminum surface which is designed for an easy release. Dishwasher safe.
$9.99 at Amco Houseworks.
A Japanese dentist has created a new type of cooking pot that not only stirs itself, but reduces the time it takes a pot of water to boil. The so-called Kuru-Kuru Nabe, or "Pot Round and Round," features sculpted sides that cause water to flow in a circular direction as it is heated.
This multi-geared Rube Goldberg contraption for opening and pouring a glass of wine is anything but portable. Via Coudal.
Will the Corkcicle make wine buckets obsolete?
When the device -- made of non-toxic gels enveloped in BPA-free plastic -- is frozen and inserted into a bottle of white wine, it will chill the bottle in about 45 minutes (it takes 10 minutes to cool a bottle of red to optimal serving temperature).
Designed specifically for use in the kitchen, Belkin's Chef Stand + Stylus ($39) is aimed at solving the problem of using a tablet while your hands are messy from cooking.
The stylus enables you to page through recipes without having to touch the screen, and the case-compatible stand has a non-slip rubber base and two different angles for propping up the tablet while cooking.
While the stand and stylus are not dishwasher-safe, both may be washed by hand with soap and warm water.
The Duet French Press includes two separate interchangeable rods: one attached to a stainless steel French press mesh filter and the other a stainless steel tea infuser basket. The tea rod also features an interesting notched design that allows you to pull it back and lock it at the top of the pot to prevent oversteeping. Come to think of it, that would be a good idea for coffee too.
$44 at Horne.
From measuring flour to grated parmesan cheese, measuring cups just can't measure up to the accuracy of digital scales.
Quirky's silicone "Tether" is designed to keep wine glasses from rattling (and breaking) in the dishwasher.