Gadgets: Dyson Zone, Alexa Swan kettle, Reskube and more

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From the June 2023 issue of E&T: Technology that promises musical fidelity, clean air, superior DIY, cuppas on command and more.

Dyson Zone

Dyson Zone Headphones

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Dyson’s first audio product and first wearable. These are high-end, wireless, noise-cancelling headphones with a difference. A contact-free visor attaches to the front, delivering purified air to your nose and mouth. A cleaner commute with a love-it-or-loathe-it Daft Punk look.

From £749.99

Read Caramel's full hands-on review.

The Alexa Swan Kettle


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Use voice control to request a brew thanks to this, the first ever kettle with Alexa built in out of the box. You can tell the 1.5-litre 1800W kettle to boil, pick a temperature, ask it to keep warm, even set routines so it boils ready for your morning coffee. All without lifting a finger.


Rokid Max AR glasses


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These augmented-reality specs weigh just 75g. They’re much less bulky than a virtual-reality headset. Sound is built in and they’re compatible with phones, tablets and laptops. Work, watch a movie or play a game anywhere with a ‘big screen’ that only you can see.


Be Lucent Aurora


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Put in your toothbrush and close the lid. Five minutes later, the UV-C light inside has killed 99.9 per cent of viruses and bacteria. Air holes and slight warmth from the light ensures it dries too. The germicidal case doubles as a wall hanger and its USB-rechargeable battery lasts a month.




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Think of this as your home-office life raft for when there’s an outage. You get uninterruptible power (a big battery that kicks in immediately and seamlessly) and uninterruptible broadband (data SIM card) in one box. You can buy it outright or subscribe as a service for £39 a month.


Bosch EasySpiritLevel


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This unique tool has intuitive coloured LEDs (red, yellow, green) to help you find your level, with 0.1° accuracy at 0°, 90°, 180° and 270°. The lights are on the top and front, while audio alerts mean you can even do DIY jobs that are out of sight.


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