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GE Profile Mixer

The stand mixer has long been a kitchen countertop status symbol—and the new GE Profile Smart Mixer is the most enviable option ever for its ingenious high-tech features, including voice commands and Auto Sense Technology that works with the SmartHQ app to monitor everything from speed to viscosity. Over-the-air updates promise more space-age upgrades—and flawless baking—to come. $800;

Person removing an ice sphere from a heated ice press made from die-cast anodized aluminum. There is a cocktail with citrus garnish and ice sphere next to the press.

Monogram Ice Press

When it comes to sipping beverages on the rocks, the ice sphere reigns supreme for its slow and even melt. Monogram’s Forge Heated Ice Press is the most innovative device of its kind, using highly accurate temperature control and die-cast anodized aluminum to craft a flawless, 2.5-inch-diameter ice sphere in 60 seconds or less. It’s a slow-melting marvel that makes every cocktail a showstopper. $1,500;

Italian espresso machine that is red, compact, and easy-to-use featuring smart upgrades such as the app-controlled Pro-Touch steam wand.

La Marzocco Espresso Machine

The art of espresso-making is simplified—and beautified—with La Marzocco and its new Linea Micra, a countertop adaptation featuring all the consistency and power of the Italian brand’s commercial machines. Even novice baristas will yield café-worthy results with smart upgrades such as the app-controlled Pro-Touch steam wand. Fun colorways like fire-engine red and baby blue add a touch of retro nostalgia to this remastered classic. From $3,900;

Outdoor mobile bar cart with heavy-duty wheels and ergonomic handle, features a dual refrigerator, plus roomy a barware cabinet, prep board, and serving tray.

Dometic Bar Cart

Elevate your next backyard barbecue with the Dometic MoBar 550 S Outdoor Mobile Bar Cart, a veritable party on wheels featuring a precision-controlled, dual-zone refrigerator for up to 39 wine bottles, plus a roomy barware cabinet, prep board, and serving tray for mixology on the go. The insulated ice basket for bottles and cans makes déclassé koozies a thing of the past. $6,000;

A stainless steel cordless electric kettle with an octopus design on it sitting on top of a kitchen counter next to snacks, a bowl of lemons, teacups, and saucers.

Cuisinart Electric Kettle

From Cuisinart’s limited-edition Caskata Collection, the PerfecTemp 1.7-Liter Cordless Programmable Kettle is beauty and brains for discerning tea and coffee drinkers. With six preset temperatures, a 30-minute “keep warm” feature, and a French press option, every beverage is heated to perfection without the wait. Caskata’s beloved Lucy octopus design swims across the kettle to create a complete set with the atelier’s iconic blue-and-white china and tableware. $130;

Three gourmet hot chocolate machines in gray, copper, and white that have a chic, stylish and modern design sit on a light brown background.

Hotel Chocolat Hot Cocoa Machine

Everyone from the ancient Aztecs to 18th-century Dutch explorers has indulged in delicious hot chocolate, but in modern times, the traditionally rich and smooth drink has been woefully watered down—until now. Gourmet food retailer Hotel Chocolat’s new Velvetiser hot chocolate machine perfects the cozy classic without any of the hard work, whipping flavorful cocoa with the push of a button and serving up warmth and joy for all ages in under three minutes. From $150;

Portable pizza oven that includes a powder-coated finish and a door fitted with a glass panel so you can monitor cooking progress without letting heat escape.

Ooni Oven

The secret ingredient to Neapolitan excellence? Heat. The pizza pros at Ooni deliver plenty of it with the company’s newest release, the small but mighty Karu 12G multi-fuel oven. Cook 12-inch pies to perfection in just 60 seconds, whether you fire up with wood, charcoal, or gas. $430;

Knife with a 6.5-inch, Japanese-style, powder metal steel blade and handle fashioned from naturally shed elk antlers, sourced from Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

New West KnifeWorks Knife

The New West KnifeWorks Elk Antler Teton Edge Santoku knife is a beauty that works like a beast—precise enough to execute any master chef’s recipe, yet rugged enough to take on your next outdoor adventure. The 6.5-inch, Japanese-style blade is made with New West’s signature S35VN powder metal steel, while the handle—fashioned from naturally shed elk antlers, sourced from the mountains of Jackson Hole, Wyoming—is primed for even the toughest task, filled with epoxy, and secured with the same adhesive that holds fighter jets together. $550;

Woman in a kitchen cutting vegetables on a white kitchen island. The countertop has a white food-waste composter sitting next to tomatoes, peppers and avocados.

Lomi Composter

Stylish sustainability is finally within reach thanks to cult-favorite-in-the-making Lomi, an at-home food-waste composter that’s so powerful it can break down approved bioplastics as well as organics. Compact and easy to use—it’s operated with a single button—the sleek, white Lomi is also pretty enough to share the countertop with your favorite small appliances. From $500;

A kitchen sink with water running from a chrome faucet. The sink has a natural stone counterop and backsplash, a dark towel hanging from it, and a window above it.

Moen Faucet

The Nio Smart Kitchen Faucet by Moen promises to make everyday kitchen tasks fun—and techy—with ultra-intelligent features such as advanced sensor control, voice control, and customizable commands that regulate everything from temperature to measurements. Bonus for aesthetes: The sleek series’ glitzy gold finish is a thing of beauty. From $865;