Kmart launches a range of COLLAPSIBLE kitchen gadgets



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Kmart Australia has launched a range of collapsible kitchen items – including a colander, drink bottle, travel cup and salad bowl.

The convenient design is suitable for camping, commuting and for saving cupboard space at home. 

The budget buys are made from silicone and thermoplastic rubbers to create the collapsible function.

Save benchtop space in the kitchen with the 1.5L blue foldable kettle priced at a mere $13 and made with a lockable lid. 

Both the $8.50 collapsible 500mL drink bottle and $5 travel cup will be handy for sipping water and coffee while on the go and will save bag space. 

Another 1L foldable drink bottle is also included in the range for

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Presidents’ Day Sale 2021 at Best Black Friday Deal with Great Buys in Appliances, Home Decor, and Gadgets

Presidents’ Day Sale 2021 at Best Black Friday Deal with Great Buys in Appliances, Home Decor, and Gadgets

Best Black Friday Deal is a great place to check out some fantastic money-saving deals on the Presidents’ Day Sale 2021, slated for Monday, 15 February 2021. For those who missed out on Black Friday deals, this opportunity delivers savings on many products.

According to announcements released by Best Black Friday Deals, this website has brought together the choicest deals for the Presidents’ Day sale 2021 scheduled for Monday, 15 February 2021. The great thing about this sale is that all the major online retailers will be vying for the customer’s attention and will do their best to deliver products at slashed rates with no minimum purchases. 

Amazon is the big daddy of all the online retailers out there; some of the best discounts can be availed with this behemoth. Interested buyers may want to keep an eye open for coupons that can land them some desirable deals on products that may not otherwise be listed at discounted rates. The Presidents’ Day sale at Amazon will run till the 20th of February, and discounts in the range of 25{ac967ad544075fb2f6bcea1234f8d91da186cac15e616dc329e302b7c7326b8c}-40{ac967ad544075fb2f6bcea1234f8d91da186cac15e616dc329e302b7c7326b8c} promise huge savings. 

Walmart, another favorite with buyers because of the impressive discounts it offers, is going all out to

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Smart Home Gadgets Are Not the Future

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The pandemic has been a catalyst for home improvement, and one throughline in almost every update planned for 2021, architects and decorators say, is a sharp demarcation between work and relaxation spaces.

“People want their offices to be offices, and their playrooms to be playrooms,” says Damian Samora, a principal at Ferguson & Shamamian Architects in New York. “The make-or-break post-Covid is people being able to spiritually and mentally survive by having their personal life and unplugging.”

That can mean leaving tech in the home office, though it runs counter to trends companies have been flogging for years. Smart appliances have become omnipresent: Miele makes a Wi-Fi-enabled dishwasher; a line of LG washing machines comes with an app that lets you do laundry remotely; Samsung’s new app-connected AI-powered vacuum cleaner has sensors that can distinguish between a chair leg and a toy.

But Enrique Vela, the director of interiors at Olson Kundig Architects in Seattle, hasn’t seen his homebound clients clamoring for more technology. “Before, everyone wanted the Nest thermostat, or to be

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