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Your kitchen was designed to perform, so if you’ve been struggling with old, broken-down appliances or leaky storage containers, it’s time to put an end to the madness. Amazon is having a one-day sale on modern essentials like smart coffee makers, programmable multi cookers and airtight food bags that will transform your kitchen routine.
And the savings are hot! Amazon’s slashed more than 50 percent off dozens of rock-solid products by trusted brand names like Hamilton Beach, Omega, Stasher and more. The time to stock up is now, because this sale is happening today only!
Shop it: Kitchen Essentials by Hamilton Beach, Omega and more, up to 58 percent off, amazon.com
We sifted through the options and picked these five can’t-miss deals — get ‘em while supplies last.
If you’re still fumbling to make coffee first thing in the morning, give yourself a break and make the switch to a smart coffee maker. This one by Hamilton Beach can be programmed in advance — or you can use the built-in voice control feature to ask Alexa to brew your java for you.
One thrilled customer wrote, "I love it, Lay in bed in the morning yelling, "Alexa, turn on my coffee" and she listens to me and does as I say. Life doesn't get much better than that. No more waiting for my coffee to brew. Done by the time I get to the kitchen."
The machine makes 12 cups of joe that can be customized to your taste and preferred brew strength. This one’s a whopping 47 percent off, so it’s practically half price. Don’t sleep on it!
Shop it: Hamilton Beach Works with Alexa Smart Coffee Maker, $47 (was $90), amazon.com
There are juicers, and then there’s the Omega Juicer Extractor and Nutrition Center (Omega NC1000HDS). This thing is so powerful and multifaceted, we couldn’t resist telling you about it.
The Omega — 33 percent off today — is like a one-stop-shop for healthy living. What’s different about this machine is that it uses a slower speed than others. That means minimal heat buildup and oxidation to promote healthy enzymes. And you get a boatload of nutrients, vitamins, taste and juice from the least amount of produce, saving you hard-earned moolah.
In addition to juicing all your favorite fruit and veggies, it comes with everything you need to make all-natural nut milk, soy milk, nut butters, frozen fruit sorbets, pasta, baby food, minced herbs and ground beans. The motor is quiet but powerful, too.
One fan couldn’t say enough good things about the juicer. “I have owned this juicer for a week and it is by far the very best juicer I have owned,” they wrote. “The motor is large but the juicing parts are small and so, so easy to clean that we have made fresh juice almost every day... . I am in love with this machine.”
Shop it: Omega NC900HDC Juicer Extractor and Nutrition System, $40 (was $60), amazon.com
There’s nothing like a good multitasker, especially in the kitchen. Meet the Comfee Multi-Cooker. With an impressive 12 programs, this versatile appliance can seamlessly churn out perfectly-cooked rice, steamed veggies, slow-cooked stews and sautéed proteins. No matter what kind of diet you consume — from keto to vegan and gluten-free — this genius cooker has you covered.
The stainless steel coating ensures you won’t have to clean stuck-on rice off the sides, and it’s even safe to toss in the dishwasher. The device has a 24-hour preset timer and an automatic keep-warm function, too.
“Makes you wonder why we still use pots and stoves,” muses another. “So easy to use. I’ve made pasta, rice, soup and potstickers so far. I know I’ve barely tapped into its potential. Excellent product!”
Save 33 percent today!
Shop it: Comfee Multi-Cooker, $40 (was $60), amazon.com
We produce about 150 million tons of tons of single-use plastic a year, and about 8 million tons end up polluting our oceans. If you’re on a quest to go plastic-free, every little bit counts—including the airtight bags you use to store and carry food. Today only, Amazon has dropped prices on Stasher silicone food bags by 25 percent.
These silicone platinum sandwich bag alternatives — with more than 20,000 five-star ratings — not only eliminate plastic from the equation, but they’re also reusable and dishwasher-safe. Use them to freeze leftovers, store fresh produce, or transport your lunch. You can even use them to sous vide, as they can withstand temperatures up to 400 degrees! Each silicone pouch has an airtight, pinch-lock freshness seal that resists spills and leaks.
“I've tried a LOT of reusable bags,” wrote one happy customer. “The fabric ones just get gross over time. The vinyl ones are hard to clean and aren't usually dishwasher safe. There are other silicone one that need a separate rod to close them that you can easily lose. This one is the most simple and easy to use. No separate pieces to lose.”
Shop it: Stasher Platinum Silicone Food Grade Reusable Storage Bag, $9 (was $12), amazon.com
There’s something quite indulgent about opening up a vacuum-insulated thermos 10 hours into your day and gulping down water that’s as ice cold as it was when it came out of the fridge that morning — or sipping coffee that’s still piping hot well into the afternoon. It’s also great for the environment versus single-use plastic water bottles.
This large, leak-proof tumbler by Takeya keeps drinks ice cold for a full 24 hours or steaming hot for 12 hours. It’s BPA-free, of course, and it’s an incredible 58 percent off in graphite, today only.
One fan wrote: “I am compelled to write this review as I'm sitting on the beach, in summer, trying to melt the rest of the ice in my Takeya bottle. We are on hour 3 and it's hot. The fact that there is STILL ice in this thing is amazing. This bottle is awesome. Buy it.”
Shop it: Takeya Originals Vacuum-Insulated Stainless-Steel Water Bottle, 40oz, Graphite, $15 (was $35), amazon.com
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