Wacaco has released Minipresso, a hand powered portable espresso machine that you can bring with you anywhere you want. You don’t have to kiss goodbye to your daily caffeine just because you are far from home, this little device makes sure that you get to enjoy hot, delicious espresso anywhere, anytime. You can go out there, traveling in a car, or enjoying outdoor adventure, and still be able to make a nice espresso. The compact size of this machine makes it easy to be toss inside your bag or backpack.
The company promises that you can prepare amazing shots from this small machine, a quality close to the real traditional one. Since this is a hand powered unit, you don’t need to plug anything or own N20 cartridges. The innovation lies in creative built-in semi-automatic piston that provides optimal extraction pressure simply from a few pumps, all you need to do is pour some water into the coffee adapter for rich, flavorful coffee. Just a few strokes, you will be presented with a cup of smooth espresso.
The coffee chamber and water tank doesn’t have that much distance to avoid losing too much heat during water placement. The result, Minipresso is able to make a cup of espresso at 67°C (152°F) when at ambient condition 24°C (75°F).
Tram Box is a great addition to your bicycle, it’s a bag case that you can mount on the bicycle handlebar. You can carry different stuff while riding or touring the city, a perfect case to carry your wallet, phone, music players or even your laptop. We believe this bag case can be pretty handy for cycling photographers, they’ll have quick and easy access to their camera gear.
The design of Tram Box makes it adjustable for almost all type of bicycle handlebar. It features number lock to keep it safe and securely attached on the handlebar. The LED light is a good addition for visibility in the dark or during night, in fact, you can activate and adjust the light intensity via Bluetooth technology with you smart phone.
For all the people who find it a hassle to do rinsing, and disposing garbage, designer Anne Kitzmiller has come up with Crevasse Prep Sink. The sink has been developed in collaboration with Kohler kitchen design and engineering group, it controls rinsing functions and garbage disposal synchronization. It uses a unique technique to develop a safe interface which can be activated by human touch, thus eliminating any chance of activation by accident by a pot or a pan. A constant blue glow indicates the rinse cycle, and the synchronized garbage disposal cycle is indicated by a flashing blue glow.