Shopping can be both fun and frustrating for your house. We all want our house and car to have a unique touch but we often don’t know what to pick with so many items on the market. If you’re unsure about how to upgrade your home, we’ve got 10 Coolest Things to buy online in 2019
- Hiware Glass Carafe
Beautiful and practical 64 oz pitchers of oval design. Ergonomic handle, built-in handle and spill-resistant spout. Bar strainer is made from stainless steel, yet Lid avoids spills. BPA-free; 2 mm thick, light but durable. Long lasting product guarantees excellent resistance to use and dishwashing. The Hiware glass teapot allows you to make tasty, natural iced tea quickly, allowing you the freedom to choose favorite ingredients. Simply add your favorite tea leaves to the disposable tank and fill it with hot water halfway through. Allow the brewing tea to your taste and then remove the filter to avoid brewing. Fill the rest of the pitcher with ice, and ready to serve fresh iced tea after just one minute. The Pitcher can be used for all sorts of tasty flavored drinks such as orange juice with mint leaves, sangria with lots of slices of fruit or ice water with cucumber or lime slices, in addition to iced tea. Capacity (volume): 64 Oz. Material: Stainless steel, glass. Colours: Clea
- Skinnytaste Air Fryer Cookbook
Gina Homolka, the cook behind the popular food blog Skinnytaste, keeps up with the air fryer theme and has a new cookbook coming out, this time focusing exclusively on air fryer recipes. All Gina touches turns into a tasty dish and whatever she sells, sells like hot cakes, since the cookbook is already a best seller despite being only available for pre-order.
She shares 75 of her favorite recipes in her new book, which starts shipping May 7, that could just make your air fryer the newest go – to appliance in your kitchen (so long, maybe Instant Pot…). Some of those delicious and healthy dishes will include pickle-brined chicken tenders, baked bagels, and spring rolls of chicken vegetables. Now our mouths are watering!
- Lenovo Smart Clock with Google Assistant
Interactive devices in the house, including Facebook Portals and Amazon Echos and Google Hubs, are no newcomers. The elegance of the new Smart Clock from Lenovo, though, is its simplicity. This won’t be video conferencing or streaming tv, but it covers all the bedside bases: it tells times, charges mobile phones, and softly wakes you up with a clock face that brightens slowly until the alarm goes off. You will tell it to do a whole lot more by connecting it to Google Assistant. Small and elegant, it’s an unobtrusive and supportive addition with its heather-gray shell.
- Kizen Instant Read Meat Thermometer
You may already have a meat thermometer but if it’s not a long-lasting, well-calibrated, instant read model, you’re missing out seriously. The Kizen instant read thermometer takes temperatures in as little as 2-3 seconds, has a calibration feature to ensure accuracy, and is capable of holding readings for a better user experience.
This instant-read thermometer also features a large, bright LCD screen, which is perfect for barbecues at night. You can easily switch between Celsius and Fahrenheit temperatures with the flip of a switch, if you adopt a foreign recipe.
- Kindle Paperwhite e-reader
Understanding that #PaperIsLife has been practically embedded in The Office fans, but how can we fight the allure of e-readers when we can download the latest readings to our Kindles in seconds? Not mind the fact that the newest Kindle Paperwhite is now completely waterproof, so you can take your Kindle to the pool, the ocean, or even a rainy afternoon stroll.
- Waverly Ambassador Translator
Many of us are unfortunate enough to be afflicted by monolingualism. Blame the American public school system. Yet for those who want to travel irrespective of language boundaries— or converse effortlessly with people in their own neighbourhood who speak different languages — Waverly Labs developed an audio system that translates on the spot. There are a lot of situations to use it, but maybe the most convenient configuration is to clip one to your face, hand the other to someone who doesn’t speak the same language to put on their own head and talk away. Both of your ears should play the correct translation. The project is still in the Indiegogo stage, so getting your hands on an early version might be worth it.
- The Dash Rapid Egg Cooker
Eggs are an unforgiving formula to master. There’s a razor-thin line between the raw or poorly overcooked preparations. Through automating the process as much as possible, the $20 Dash Rapid Egg Cooker takes much of the pressure out of handling this finicky object. It also helps you to handle especially delicate types of cooking like frying, poaching and steaming.
An almost comically small appliance built almost entirely of plastic, the Rapid Egg Cooker measures just 6 inches tall by 5.5 inches wide by 5.5 inches deep. The toy-like machine is round, pot-shaped and separated into two main areas. The lower half of the gadget features an electrically powered 360 watt heating plate and a simple power button The Egg Cooker’s top portion is a clear-domed lid which resembles a miniature cloche service platter.
- The Nintendo Switch
When the Nintendo Switch came out in 2017, our childhood dreams came true and the Japanese gaming giant finally got a console worth bragging about again. With it came the hope that some of our favorite games like Mario Kart, Donkey Kong and Zelda would be brought back. The pledge was finally fulfilled in late 2018 when Super Smash Bros. hit the shelves (and immediately soared off the shelf as a result). It has a ton of new features such as new characters, battle combinations, and so much more, and being able to play it on a handheld gaming console that functions as fluidly in your hands as on television makes this a new and old Nintendo fans title sought-after.
- Bose Frames Audio Sunglasses
This year Bose introduced an audio product that fused two things you dearly love into one: trendy sunglasses and wireless earbuds. When you put a pair of these Bose Frames on during a warm day spent outdoors, the frames will play music for your ears exclusively, downloaded from your phone via a Bluetooth connection. We pledge that no-one else can hear the music playing. Speakers are good at that. If you don’t like the form of this frame, try out the Rondo style, with rounded edges.
- Fujifilm Instax Mini 9
It feels like you can have it all now, with applications for ordering deliveries and rides, streaming 4 K movies over home internet, and WiFi everywhere, practically. But in many ways, we’re all connected to the past, a slower time, so it’s no surprise the Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 is a hot seller. Two things people are drawn to play on: instant gratification and nostalgia.
This instant camera has been given the “Best Price” award because it comes in fun colors, is very easy to use and takes great pictures, all at a reasonable price point for something you’ll sometimes use after wearing off the newness (which means no buyer’s remorse because you’ll get the price of your money). It also has a unique feature for added fun— the selfie mirror that lets you check your framing next to the lens in your reflection, making it interesting for both the nostalgic and the self-obsessed.
- LG Signature OLED TV R9
The TV is rolling up. To be serious. LG is coming out with a new, disappearing OLED TV, with a screen which can extend to 65 inches and then roll back into a compact box, with a launch date for the second half of 2019. There’s no price yet, but with Google Assistant and Alexa, you’ll get a 4 K HDR Smart TV-watching experience like none before. This, and a decluttered view when you don’t want to waste your living space on a screen.
(source: esquire.com, reviewed.com, and usatoday.com)