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Explore - Technology
In 1907, Frederick Louis Maytag entered the washer business with one goal in mind: to build quality appliances from durable and long-lasting materials. That ideal holds true today for Maytag's full...01.13.09
Since its foundation in Germany in the early 1920s, Braun has been a leader in producing consumer products that are focused on functional design. Braun’s product line can be characterized by...01.02.09
It has that postwar appliance feel, without the fickle temperature ranges and funky old wires. Three years in the making, the Big Chill Retro Stove joins the Boulder, Colorado–based company...
Carbon polymer interiors with stainless steel or custom front panel option / 41 dB (53 dB when both drawers are running) / 314 kWh per year / Averages 1.95 gallons water per load per drawer / 57%...
Stainless steel interior with stainless steel or custom front panel option / 45 dB / 290 kWh per year / 3.6–6.8 gallons water per load / 61% better than NAECA energy-efficiency standards
Stainless steel interior with stainless steel or custom front panel option / 40 dB / 180 kWh per year / Averages 2 gallons water per load / 159% better than NAECA energy-efficiency standards
Stainless steel interior with stainless steel or custom front panel option / 41 dB / 180 kWh per year / Averages 2.6 gallons water per load / 159% better than NAECA energy-efficiency standards.
Stainless steel interior with stainless steel or custom front panel option / 41 dB / 298 kWh per year / Averages 5 gallons water per load / 67% better than NAECA energy-efficiency standards / $2...
When San Francisco–based Fuego came out with their first grill, the Fuego 01, in 2006, it was the antidote to the ubiquitous round tripod-foot grill, but it retailed for a hefty price of $3...
No knobs to contend with here, but the elaborate electronic interface might prove challenging while dealing with an boiling-over pot. The Zonesmart technology, which senses the size of the...
Knobs continue to be the big issue with cooktops. Miele’s six-burner model offers the preferable control panel on the side—but who really needs six burners? We like that Miele offers a...
Induction technology heats the pot with magnetic energy rather than firing up a cooking surface. It is impressive, but we’re not entirely sure it’s worth the cost. That said, a report...
City dwellers that we are, 15,000 BTUs would more than cover our pasta pot–boiling and pork chop–searing needs. We like the spartan feel of the design, but to be truly nit-picky, the...
Bold colors are in for big appliances at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show this year, and this eye-catching kelly green pair from Electrolux just might brighten the prospect of doing your chores...
Five speeds, multiple color and finish options, and clean touch-control pad. Includes extra-long ice-crushing blades and a handy speed-control guide that walks you through which speed to use when.
Vertical orientation might be an effective way to free up space on your sink, unclutter your countertop, and make for an easy polish job, but we worry about wayward suds and splatters leaving a...
Individually installed spout and hot and cold controls form a more perfect union with the surface of the sink without the need for an escutcheon intermediary. The slick round knobs would certainly...