A bunch of companies are working on robotic solutions and connected gadgets to make our kitchens smarter. You don’t have to buy a robot or spend a fortune to bring smart gizmos to your kitchen though. Here are 10+ smart kitchen tools you don’t want to miss:
Crock-Pot WiFi Slow Cooker: this 6-quart cooker can be controlled from your smartphone remotely. It has 3 heat settings. You can adjust cooking time, temperature, and other settings.
Instant Pot: a smart Bluetooth cooker that you can program and control from your iOS or Android device. It has 14 built-in programs.
Pantelligent: a smart pan with temperature control that helps you cook meals like a pro. The companion app tell you how hot the pan is and should be and when you should add ingredients, stir, and flip.
Samsung Family Hub Smart Refrigerator: has a 21.5″ display to give you access to important information. It tells you when your food items are about to expire.
Masterbuilt Smart Digital Electric Smoker: a smartphone enabled device that you can turn on/off from your phone. You can also monitor cooking temperature. Offers 975 sq. inches of cooking space.
Toasteroid: a smart toaster that connects to your smartphone via Bluetooth and lets you print messages and weather info on your toasts.
WiOn Indoor Outlet: a smart outlet with programmable options that lets you put your appliances on a schedule. It has 2 USB charging ports too.
Mr. Coffee Smart Coffee Maker: this smart coffee machine is compatible with iOS and Android devices. It has a 10-cup thermal carafe to keep your coffee warm.
Drop Kitchen Scale: helps you prepare your recipes faster. It scales your recipes and lets you substitute ingredients.
iDevices Kitchen Thermometer: lets you know when your food reaches the proper temperature. You can monitor everything on your phone.
Qi Smart Tea Maker: a handy tool for making all types of tea at home (floral, Oolong, green black, milk, and iced tea). It has 6 built-in brewing programs and 3 customizable strength settings.
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