Bring the future to your kitchen with these colorful, space-age-y appliances

Updated Oct 12 2015
meggyfin

colorful futuristic home appliances
Kalorik (one of Europe's first manufacturers of small electric appliances) began producing electric toasters in Belgium in the 1930s. Today, they're apparently producing appliances from the mother fucking future! I just stumbled upon these awesome-looking home goods on Amazon, and was all "zomg what are these kitchen space pods!?"

Let's see… we got see-through toasters, water kettles that light up, digital measuring cups, colorful waffle makers. Ooh, there's even a bbq grill with a built-in radio and iPod connection! Just look at this stuff…

The iSense Food Measuring Cup in lime green
The iSense Food Measuring Cup in lime green
You know how much I love glass toasters
You know how much I love glass toasters
The Kalorik 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker in copper looks like a coffee pod!
The Kalorik 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker in copper looks like a coffee pod!
This is the Kalorik Barbecue Grill with Radio and iPod Connection!
This is the Kalorik Barbecue Grill with Radio and iPod Connection!
This water kettle has a cool LED light feature.
This water kettle has a cool LED light feature.
Kalorik Waffle Maker in a fun red.
Kalorik Waffle Maker in a fun red.
How cute is this Stainless Steel Egg Cooker?
How cute is this Stainless Steel Egg Cooker?
Sunny Morning 200-Watt Immersion Handheld 2-Speed Blender in lime green.
Sunny Morning 200-Watt Immersion Handheld 2-Speed Blender in lime green.
How freaking sleek is this Kalorik Aqua Line 2-Speed Blender?
How freaking sleek is this Kalorik Aqua Line 2-Speed Blender?
This Electric Corkscrew looks amazing when not in use.
This Electric Corkscrew looks amazing when not in use.
Artisan Handheld Vacuum in white, red, and black.
Finally, to clean up all your futuristic cooking messes, use this Artisan Handheld Vacuum that comes in white, red, and black.

Oh, but there's so much more spacey goodness to see. If you're in the market for a new home appliance, think about choosing one that makes a futuristic statement.

  1. I bought a tea kettle for work already with the tea kettle roundup, but that one looks so neat!

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