Ideas

Power cord holding ledge on toasters blenders
Have a ledge/holder which keeps the power cord off the kitchen counter. It would be perfect for when water spills on the counter and you don't want it hitting the cord.
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ultrasound needle projector
In the anaesthesia practice we do a lot of nerve block with the assistance of the ultrasound machine. The biggest challenge we face is keeping the needle including the tip under the ultrasound beam . it is a safety step and because of its difficulty, and the need for the practice most of the anaesthetist will stay away from this modality of anaesthesia. I have an idea of designing a plastic peace with two wholes that would keep the needle under the beam of the ultrasound and would keep it und...
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Glass Wiper for High Rise Glass Buildings
Cleaning high rise glass building windows is dangerous. The winds could be unpredictable leaving cleaners dangling from high heights. On the other hand, robots are expensive and could be dangerous if it falls down. So instead, why not use a cheap existing technology that is already proven - car wipers. The wipers and the water spray nozzle would be part of the window frame. And could be activated in chorus or individually.
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Air Fryer with hot air at the bottom
Hot air goes up and cold air goes down. Air Fryer is a healthy alternative to microwaves. It uses hot air to cook food and doesn't need cooking oil. However, current designs have the hot air coming from the top - which wastes heat as the hot air goes up and stays up; barely touching the food. So I suggest a design wherein the hot air comes from the bottom and have a higher volume of the hot air cooking the food.
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High quality side by side refrigerator
I would love to purchase a large high quality side by side refrigerator without an ice maker and without a water dispenser. I have a very high quality water purifying system installed with a separate faucet at my kitchen sink and have no need for water at the refrigerator. The ice makers take up too much space that I would rather use for food.
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Removable Freezer Tray or Pan
It’s very hard to clean out the bottom part of a French Door and bottom out Freezer, even when you remove the baskets. Please construct a removable tray or pan so that it can remain clean and look presentable. This item is not present in any of these type of refrigerators.
1
Rotating Gas Burner
To have one or multiple burners on a gas range that are able to rotate mechanically in a circle pattern under larger frying pans or pots that have large diameter cooking surfaces. This would allow the ring of flame to move slowly in a tight radius underneath the pan. This would eliminate hotspots cooking with gas on large surfaces, distribute the heat more evenly when cooking or frying at higher temperatures, less stirring when slow cooking/braising with Dutch oven pots cutting down on number ...
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Color Appliances remarketing strategy
My idea is not a new idea, since color appliances are not a new design feature. My concern is on how companies are limiting accessibility to options. Technology is good, but basic accessibility is needed. Other words, I should be able to buy a color appliance anytime without buying them from less popular and accessible companies, such as Big Chill, Elmira, Smeg , Viking at 80% the price they sell them. GE did have an Artistry series. The change that need to be made is stop trying to give ...
1
Two hideable electrical sockets side of microwave
Microwaves take up space over wall outlets. This would allow you to easily plug in appliances nearby microwaves.
1
GE Profile Cooktop cushions
A glaring problem with an otherwise great cooktop is the inevitable scratching of the stainless steel surface with the removable grills. The rubber bumpers on the cooktop just don’t do the job. Our solution was to apply a thin coating of heat resistant silicone on the same edges that now touch the rubber bumpers. Problem solved. Grates go in quiet, without scratching, and the silicone lasts (and won’t pop out like the rubber bumpers). Unfortunately for us the solution came after our cooktop...
1
Physical Vapor Deposition
Hello, My name is Rick O’Quinn with QCP Enterprises (www.qcpent.com). QCP added Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) process to our family of surface finishes. PVD applies a thin coating of titanium over chrome to parts extending the wear factor by 10X. Bio friendly, PVD provides the brilliance of chrome with the durability of titanium. Here’s a quick 90 second YouTube video on our company in Bend that processes PVD parts, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ANTUojc8BUM Who can I contact at your facility...
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The Secure Safety Dual Night Light
The Secure Safety Dual Night Light easily attaches to any outlet in a room or hallway. Simply remove the outlet’s cover screw, plug in the dual night light and securely lock it into place using the provided longer screw. Since it can not be removed by young children, they are protected from the danger of an electrical shock or putting small light bulbs in their mouths. Another beneficial feature is having two separate lights. A low illumination light that is projected downward and a second ligh...
1
Photon Turbine that generates electricity
The highest recorded speed of water is 11 km/hr while wind is around 371 km/hr. The speed of light on the other hand is 1,079,251,200 kilometers per hour (299,792 kilometers per second). More than a million times faster than any moving object. Turbines generally work by harnessing the movement of wind, water, or steam. No one has harnessed the movement of light yet. Now, this is different from solar panels which produces energy through a chemical reaction. What I propose is a turbine that rotat...
1
Cellphone timer link up with appliance type
Set your (cellphone) timer in the location of the appliance and it tells your phone what appliance the timer was for.
1
Low Profile Microwave
I have a GE Profile in Black Slate and a GE Cafe in Back Matte. I need an over the range [Low Profile Microwave] which is only about 10" in height, in black slate or black matte. Currently, I see these microwaves by Kitchen Aid and Whirlpool which are black stainless steel and a problem with swirls and fingerprints. GE has coined the slate and black matte. Will you please come out with Low Profile Microwaves in black slate and or black matte? Here is a link to one https://www.danielsd...
1
Power cord holding ledge on toasters blenders
Have a ledge/holder which keeps the power cord off the kitchen counter. It would be perfect for when water spills on the counter and you don't want it hitting the cord.
1
ultrasound needle projector
In the anaesthesia practice we do a lot of nerve block with the assistance of the ultrasound machine. The biggest challenge we face is keeping the needle including the tip under the ultrasound beam . it is a safety step and because of its difficulty, and the need for the practice most of the anaesthetist will stay away from this modality of anaesthesia. I have an idea of designing a plastic peace with two wholes that would keep the needle under the beam of the ultrasound and would keep it und...
1
Glass Wiper for High Rise Glass Buildings
Cleaning high rise glass building windows is dangerous. The winds could be unpredictable leaving cleaners dangling from high heights. On the other hand, robots are expensive and could be dangerous if it falls down. So instead, why not use a cheap existing technology that is already proven - car wipers. The wipers and the water spray nozzle would be part of the window frame. And could be activated in chorus or individually.
1
Air Fryer with hot air at the bottom
Hot air goes up and cold air goes down. Air Fryer is a healthy alternative to microwaves. It uses hot air to cook food and doesn't need cooking oil. However, current designs have the hot air coming from the top - which wastes heat as the hot air goes up and stays up; barely touching the food. So I suggest a design wherein the hot air comes from the bottom and have a higher volume of the hot air cooking the food.
1
High quality side by side refrigerator
I would love to purchase a large high quality side by side refrigerator without an ice maker and without a water dispenser. I have a very high quality water purifying system installed with a separate faucet at my kitchen sink and have no need for water at the refrigerator. The ice makers take up too much space that I would rather use for food.
1
Removable Freezer Tray or Pan
It’s very hard to clean out the bottom part of a French Door and bottom out Freezer, even when you remove the baskets. Please construct a removable tray or pan so that it can remain clean and look presentable. This item is not present in any of these type of refrigerators.
1
Rotating Gas Burner
To have one or multiple burners on a gas range that are able to rotate mechanically in a circle pattern under larger frying pans or pots that have large diameter cooking surfaces. This would allow the ring of flame to move slowly in a tight radius underneath the pan. This would eliminate hotspots cooking with gas on large surfaces, distribute the heat more evenly when cooking or frying at higher temperatures, less stirring when slow cooking/braising with Dutch oven pots cutting down on number ...
2
Color Appliances remarketing strategy
My idea is not a new idea, since color appliances are not a new design feature. My concern is on how companies are limiting accessibility to options. Technology is good, but basic accessibility is needed. Other words, I should be able to buy a color appliance anytime without buying them from less popular and accessible companies, such as Big Chill, Elmira, Smeg , Viking at 80% the price they sell them. GE did have an Artistry series. The change that need to be made is stop trying to give ...
1
Two hideable electrical sockets side of microwave
Microwaves take up space over wall outlets. This would allow you to easily plug in appliances nearby microwaves.
1
GE Profile Cooktop cushions
A glaring problem with an otherwise great cooktop is the inevitable scratching of the stainless steel surface with the removable grills. The rubber bumpers on the cooktop just don’t do the job. Our solution was to apply a thin coating of heat resistant silicone on the same edges that now touch the rubber bumpers. Problem solved. Grates go in quiet, without scratching, and the silicone lasts (and won’t pop out like the rubber bumpers). Unfortunately for us the solution came after our cooktop...
1
Physical Vapor Deposition
Hello, My name is Rick O’Quinn with QCP Enterprises (www.qcpent.com). QCP added Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) process to our family of surface finishes. PVD applies a thin coating of titanium over chrome to parts extending the wear factor by 10X. Bio friendly, PVD provides the brilliance of chrome with the durability of titanium. Here’s a quick 90 second YouTube video on our company in Bend that processes PVD parts, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ANTUojc8BUM Who can I contact at your facility...
1
The Secure Safety Dual Night Light
The Secure Safety Dual Night Light easily attaches to any outlet in a room or hallway. Simply remove the outlet’s cover screw, plug in the dual night light and securely lock it into place using the provided longer screw. Since it can not be removed by young children, they are protected from the danger of an electrical shock or putting small light bulbs in their mouths. Another beneficial feature is having two separate lights. A low illumination light that is projected downward and a second ligh...
1
Photon Turbine that generates electricity
The highest recorded speed of water is 11 km/hr while wind is around 371 km/hr. The speed of light on the other hand is 1,079,251,200 kilometers per hour (299,792 kilometers per second). More than a million times faster than any moving object. Turbines generally work by harnessing the movement of wind, water, or steam. No one has harnessed the movement of light yet. Now, this is different from solar panels which produces energy through a chemical reaction. What I propose is a turbine that rotat...
1
Cellphone timer link up with appliance type
Set your (cellphone) timer in the location of the appliance and it tells your phone what appliance the timer was for.
1
Low Profile Microwave
I have a GE Profile in Black Slate and a GE Cafe in Back Matte. I need an over the range [Low Profile Microwave] which is only about 10" in height, in black slate or black matte. Currently, I see these microwaves by Kitchen Aid and Whirlpool which are black stainless steel and a problem with swirls and fingerprints. GE has coined the slate and black matte. Will you please come out with Low Profile Microwaves in black slate and or black matte? Here is a link to one https://www.danielsd...
1
Power cord holding ledge on toasters blenders
Have a ledge/holder which keeps the power cord off the kitchen counter. It would be perfect for when water spills on the counter and you don't want it hitting the cord.
1
ultrasound needle projector
In the anaesthesia practice we do a lot of nerve block with the assistance of the ultrasound machine. The biggest challenge we face is keeping the needle including the tip under the ultrasound beam . it is a safety step and because of its difficulty, and the need for the practice most of the anaesthetist will stay away from this modality of anaesthesia. I have an idea of designing a plastic peace with two wholes that would keep the needle under the beam of the ultrasound and would keep it und...
1
Glass Wiper for High Rise Glass Buildings
Cleaning high rise glass building windows is dangerous. The winds could be unpredictable leaving cleaners dangling from high heights. On the other hand, robots are expensive and could be dangerous if it falls down. So instead, why not use a cheap existing technology that is already proven - car wipers. The wipers and the water spray nozzle would be part of the window frame. And could be activated in chorus or individually.
1
Air Fryer with hot air at the bottom
Hot air goes up and cold air goes down. Air Fryer is a healthy alternative to microwaves. It uses hot air to cook food and doesn't need cooking oil. However, current designs have the hot air coming from the top - which wastes heat as the hot air goes up and stays up; barely touching the food. So I suggest a design wherein the hot air comes from the bottom and have a higher volume of the hot air cooking the food.
1
High quality side by side refrigerator
I would love to purchase a large high quality side by side refrigerator without an ice maker and without a water dispenser. I have a very high quality water purifying system installed with a separate faucet at my kitchen sink and have no need for water at the refrigerator. The ice makers take up too much space that I would rather use for food.
1
Removable Freezer Tray or Pan
It’s very hard to clean out the bottom part of a French Door and bottom out Freezer, even when you remove the baskets. Please construct a removable tray or pan so that it can remain clean and look presentable. This item is not present in any of these type of refrigerators.
1
Rotating Gas Burner
To have one or multiple burners on a gas range that are able to rotate mechanically in a circle pattern under larger frying pans or pots that have large diameter cooking surfaces. This would allow the ring of flame to move slowly in a tight radius underneath the pan. This would eliminate hotspots cooking with gas on large surfaces, distribute the heat more evenly when cooking or frying at higher temperatures, less stirring when slow cooking/braising with Dutch oven pots cutting down on number ...
2
Color Appliances remarketing strategy
My idea is not a new idea, since color appliances are not a new design feature. My concern is on how companies are limiting accessibility to options. Technology is good, but basic accessibility is needed. Other words, I should be able to buy a color appliance anytime without buying them from less popular and accessible companies, such as Big Chill, Elmira, Smeg , Viking at 80% the price they sell them. GE did have an Artistry series. The change that need to be made is stop trying to give ...
1
Two hideable electrical sockets side of microwave
Microwaves take up space over wall outlets. This would allow you to easily plug in appliances nearby microwaves.
1
GE Profile Cooktop cushions
A glaring problem with an otherwise great cooktop is the inevitable scratching of the stainless steel surface with the removable grills. The rubber bumpers on the cooktop just don’t do the job. Our solution was to apply a thin coating of heat resistant silicone on the same edges that now touch the rubber bumpers. Problem solved. Grates go in quiet, without scratching, and the silicone lasts (and won’t pop out like the rubber bumpers). Unfortunately for us the solution came after our cooktop...
1
Physical Vapor Deposition
Hello, My name is Rick O’Quinn with QCP Enterprises (www.qcpent.com). QCP added Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) process to our family of surface finishes. PVD applies a thin coating of titanium over chrome to parts extending the wear factor by 10X. Bio friendly, PVD provides the brilliance of chrome with the durability of titanium. Here’s a quick 90 second YouTube video on our company in Bend that processes PVD parts, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ANTUojc8BUM Who can I contact at your facility...
1
The Secure Safety Dual Night Light
The Secure Safety Dual Night Light easily attaches to any outlet in a room or hallway. Simply remove the outlet’s cover screw, plug in the dual night light and securely lock it into place using the provided longer screw. Since it can not be removed by young children, they are protected from the danger of an electrical shock or putting small light bulbs in their mouths. Another beneficial feature is having two separate lights. A low illumination light that is projected downward and a second ligh...
1
Photon Turbine that generates electricity
The highest recorded speed of water is 11 km/hr while wind is around 371 km/hr. The speed of light on the other hand is 1,079,251,200 kilometers per hour (299,792 kilometers per second). More than a million times faster than any moving object. Turbines generally work by harnessing the movement of wind, water, or steam. No one has harnessed the movement of light yet. Now, this is different from solar panels which produces energy through a chemical reaction. What I propose is a turbine that rotat...
1
Cellphone timer link up with appliance type
Set your (cellphone) timer in the location of the appliance and it tells your phone what appliance the timer was for.
1
Low Profile Microwave
I have a GE Profile in Black Slate and a GE Cafe in Back Matte. I need an over the range [Low Profile Microwave] which is only about 10" in height, in black slate or black matte. Currently, I see these microwaves by Kitchen Aid and Whirlpool which are black stainless steel and a problem with swirls and fingerprints. GE has coined the slate and black matte. Will you please come out with Low Profile Microwaves in black slate and or black matte? Here is a link to one https://www.danielsd...
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