The allure of a shiny new gadget is easy to overcome when it costs hundreds of pounds and comes with a multi-year contract. But cheaper contraptions, like the stuff you'll find in a kitchenware shop, are almost impossible to resist. Does anyone really need a salad spinner with a turbo button that promises 50 per cent faster rotation speeds? No. But anything with a turbo option is just too tempting. Whether it's cars, computers, or EMSA's new Turboline salad spinner.
You can't go wrong with a stylish stainless steel bowl, but it's the pull string spinning mechanism—complete with that turbo mode which switches up the gearing on the fly—that suddenly has gadget fiends interested in drying produce. And at£28 without a contract—except maybe a personal contract to eat more healthy—salads suddenly seem a lot more appealing. [EMSA via Appliancist]