- Six alltime favorite picks for portable stereo speakers, plus one new tabletop version from the American audiophiles at Klipsch.
Slow and steady wins the race when furnishing an entire room. Stick to a budget of $1,000 and under by splurging on one item at a time, from timeless lighting to a quality sound system to a show-stopping rug.
5 gas burners. Continuous grates for easy cookware movement. Triple crown burner (15,000 BTU/h). Automatic Re-Ignition: if the flame is extinguished by draft, the cooktop will spontaneously generate a spark, re-igniting the burner.
Width 28 3/8”
Depth 20 1/16”
Height: 2 3/16”
Roughly the size of an eyeglass case, this diminutive hi-fi audio system flips open to reveal stereo speakers, a woofer, digital amplifiers, a radio tuner and an alarm clock. Completely portable, it can run 5 hours on a single charge and connect to any audio device wirelessly via Bluetooth or with the included line-in cable.
30” width cooking zone. Touch Control panel. Safety thermostat disables temperatures over 500 degrees so oil and spills do not catch fire. Extremely durable Schott Ceran glass surface. Safety Lock. Programmable burners.
Width: 27 9/16”
Depth: 20 1/2” Height: 1 15/16”
The 1958 molded plywood side chair by Norman Cherner is the companion to the classic Cherner arm chair. The perfect dining chair, it is built to be handed down from generation to generation. Available with upholstered seat pads.