Probably I’m not the only one who has lived in some pretty tiny apartments, right? I didn’t even live in a city with a high cost of living, and I couldn’t afford much more than a room for several years. And not all of them come furnished with a full complement of kitchen appliances either. So the Compact4All just might fit a market niche that most people don’t think about, at least not up until they see it.

This is actually a four-piece appliance, which can be put together in cube form or left next to each other in a line. It’s pretty darn cheap, and with each unit measuring just 20 x 20 x 20 cm (8 x 8 x 8 inches), the space savings is amazing. I’m picturing dorm rooms here too. We’ve come an awfully long way from the hot plate and hot pot I had in mine.

The first piece is a cordless kettle, which can hold up to 0.5 liters (one pint) of water, and it features boil-dry protection, steam cut-off and a filter spout. Next is the toaster, which will make two pieces at a time. The coffee maker has a removable water tank and permanent filter (also removable), and will make two cups at a time. Finally, the electric juicer comes with two different heads to accommodate different size fruits, and has an automatic starting mechanism.

The units are each powered separately, but if you combine them together they will use one common plug. Each unit is sold separately, so you don’t have to have them all if you don’t want, or you can buy two of the same one. It all works together. They should be available soon if they aren’t already (only in white), and each unit will cost 39 (US $50.70). I’m really leaning more toward dorm room than anything else on this, and the price is right for kids off to college.

Source: Gizmag

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