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BodyBrew is a cold brew coffee maker aimed at coffee aficionados who don’t mind taking a l...

Coffee is one of the most popular beverages in the world, loved for its flavor as well as the energy boost from caffeine. Most people hot brew coffee, but it is also possible to brew it with cold water, which is the concept behind BodyBrew’s the Bod. The unit is aimed at coffee aficionados who don’t mind the slow process it involves to get the perfect coffee extract. It is also claimed to be healthier and taste better.  Read More

The Smarter coffee machine lets you brew your perfect cup of coffee from your smartphone o...

Billed as "the world’s first bean to cup, Wi-Fi-enabled coffee machine," Smarter Coffee lets you brew your perfect cup of Joe from your smartphone or tablet. The Smarter app controls the grinding of beans, coffee strength and how many cups to make, then wakes you when your coffee is ready and keeps it warm for 20 minutes.  Read More

The Kuissential EvenGrind coffee grinder targets the budget end of the market

Grind-size and consistency is crucial when grinding coffee beans. Kuissential's EvenGrind promises to provide a selectable and consistent grind-size for its users. It does so by using a removable cage to stabilize its burr.  Read More

The Handground coffee grinder is a crowdsourced design that promises a consistent and prec...

For coffee enthusiasts, preparing a brew can be as important as what beans are being used. Gizmag has covered lots of coffee makers over the years, but how the beans are ground also makes a difference. The Handground coffee grinder promises a consistent and precision grind for a better flavor.  Read More

Wheelys 2 is made for entrepreneurs who don't mind doing a bit of pedaling ... and peddlin...

Five years ago, we heard about a bicycle that doubles as a beer bar. Clever though that may be, sometimes people need a jolt more than a buzz. Well, that's where Wheelys 2 comes in. It's an electric cargo trike that also happens to be a powered mobile coffee shop.  Read More

An experimental version of the zero-g espresso cup on the ISS (Image; NASA)

Space travel is a bit more civilized now that there's a bespoke Italian espresso machine aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Unfortunately, solving one problem just raises another and the astronauts are still having to drink their cappuccinos out of placcy bags. To help the zero-g coffee aficionado, Portland State University's (PSU) Maseeh College of Engineering and Computer Science has developed a microgravity espresso cup that drinks like its earthbound counterparts.  Read More

OXX claims that its COFFEEBOXX coffee maker can take a beating

Sometimes, all one needs to get through the workday is some coffee. Depending on where you work, though, getting a coffee maker onto the job site might end really poorly for the device, as most machines aren't designed to take a beating. That's the problem OXX set out to solve with the introduction of its COFFEEBOXX coffee maker. It's water-resistant, dust-proof, crush-proof, and all kinds of other proofs.  Read More

The Coffee Gourmet is a one-cup coffee filter (Photo: TS Design)

There's no shortage of companies promising to make you the perfect cup of coffee. Amongst the recent devices Gizmag has covered are the smartphone-connected Arist and Bruvelo, as well as the 4-hour Imperial Proper Coffee Drip. The new Coffee Gourmet filter, however, is reportedly simpler and quicker.  Read More

The Bruvelo smart coffee maker is designed to make a better cup of morning goodness throug...

There was a time when all you did to make a cup of coffee was put in the grounds, add the water and press a button. Now, with the advent of 21st century technology laden machines such as the Arist, brewing the drink that gets your day started is looking more and more like a Silicon Valley project. Another recent entry into this new high tech coffee lifestyle is the smartphone app-controlled, wireless-enabled Bruvelo.  Read More

Arist aims to allow users to brew professional coffee drinks from home

Some of us wake up in the morning and have a cup of coffee just to get the caffeine. For others, drinking coffee is an experience, and it's at those people that the new Arist brewer is aimed. It connects to a user's smartphone and allows them to make the same kinds of recipes one would typically get from a trained barista, but it's done right in the home.  Read More

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