Compact4All kitchen cubes make toast, save space
If you live in a major city, you probably have a tiny apartment. Tiny apartments usually come with equally tiny kitchens.
So you’re probably looking to save space, and these tiny, stackable Compact4All cube appliances might be just the thing.
Created by the Dutch appliance company Princess, which admittedly will be hard to live down without taking a screwdriver to the manufacturer’s badge, these are fairly ingenious. So far there’s a kettle, a coffee maker, a juicer, and a toaster. They’re each eight by eight by eight, meaning they save a ton of space.
And, best of all? They’re stackable. True, the juicer and the toaster will need to be on top, because of their nature, but if you’ve got limited shelf space, these might be extremely welcome.
There are a few other drawbacks: As they’re blatantly designed for single people, you’re not getting a lot of coffee or toast out of these things. And they do run you $50 a pop before any importing fees.
On the other hand, if you just want your counter space back, these might be just the ticket.
Compact4All Kitchen Appliances [Princess]