The Best Kitchen Tools and Accessories
After comparing nine different thermometers over five tests and 30 hours, we selected our winner, the Lavatools Javelin PRO.
Eight household tests of seven different glass cleaners, including a DIY option, led us to pick Windex as the best overall window cleaner.
Testing the best electric kettles over 45 hours during the course of one month led us to pick the Hamilton Beach 1.7 liter, which has all the essential functions of many kettles two to three times its price.
After blending seven blenders in several different tests to measure motor power and overall usability, the NutrilBullet Pro 900 Series was our pick for the best overall personal blender.
Eight household tests made after 30 hours of research led us to select the Brawny Pick-A-Size paper towel due to its excellence in durability, strength, absorbency and overall usability.
The RedLantana Silcone Oven Mitt was our top choice for its great forearm and wrist coverage, secure grip, and overall flexibility.
We tested both of these popular water filters against each other, and the rest of the market, in order to come away with a recommendation for a filter pitcher you should use in your home.
Although a great thermometer, we came to the conclusion that the Thermapen shouldn't be the top choice for most people. It's an amazing product, but not really worth its $100 price point.
The Wine Enthusiast electric wine opener is our choice due to its ease of use, great battery life, and overall brand reputation.
The NutriBullet comes with a ton of hype, but for the most part, it delivers. It took first in our test of the best personal blenders.
After over thirty hours of testing six different pictures, we've determined that the Zerowater is the best water filter pitcher.
No water filter pitcher is better at removing all unsafe solids than the ZeroWater pitcher. However, it still came in second in our overall rankings due to slow filter time and average taste.