Ideas

Haier Air Conditioner home automation integrations
H! I'm user of Haier AC system (multisplit Flexis Plus 3,5 kW (x2) and AB25S2SC2FA with wifi module). Android app works ok, but connectivity architecture has many disadvantages. First of all it works only using Haier cloud and internet connection. I have Home Assistant instance. My first idea after buying Haier AC was to integrate it with Home Assitant - with wifi modules it should be easy. But it's not! I see a lot of message boards topics where people are complaining about this, and trying to...
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Oven stovetop share heat for energy conservation
Design the oven so that it optionally omits heat through the back (?) stove top burners so that when using both items, it conserves energy. After cooking with the oven, you could start warming the stove top with the heat from the oven. Give it venting so it is optional.
1
One Shot
All in one washer dryer, with the option to be a front or top loader. Its also has a barrel loader. I have a patent and Im looking for a licensing deal.
1
oven windows
I would like to have clear oven glass, so I can see what is happening to my bakes. The screen glass takes away a lot of clarity. Thanks
1
New refrigerator door idea
Why can't someone make a bottom freezer refrigerator with an in-door ice maker and in-door exterior dispenser thats NOT french door? 33 in and 36 in. Possibly with a choice of left or right door swing.( I know that would take 2 models)
1
Cost calculations for smart ovens
It might be already out there, but have a cost calculating oven. My dad loves saving energy/money and would love to see an integrated feature where the cost of cooking x item could be read. Maybe incorporate basic cost saving recommendations as well?
1
GE Cafe Platinum Glass Gas Pro Range
I love the new GE Cafe Platinum Glass appliances but was super disappointed to learn that the range only comes in a 30”. I would love to see this product in larger sizes, 36”, 42” & 48”. Stainless is such a pain to clean and this new product in a larger size would satisfy many customers. Please make this happen, and quick!!!
1
Transitional tint for cars
They already have it for glasses. It’s been around for decades. Now, give it to cars! As a driver who likes his tint fairly dark, I’ve found that the same dark tint I love at daytime can be dangerous at night. Of course, I end up rolling down my windows if I must reverse to ensure nobody or nothing is behind me, or if I have to turn and don’t want to accidentally hit the curb and damage expensive rims. However, if there was a way to integrate the transition technology that makes glasses ch...
1
Childproof stoves
I would love to see real childproofing on stoves, right from the MFG. So, here is what i envision. A switch on the back of the stove thats recessed with a blank covering it that is secured with a screw ( making it impossible for most children to discover this nevermind defeat it. ). Once this switch is toggled to the on position the user has to input a 4 digit code which is stored. The stove will not turn on unless this code is typed in. So if you go to turn on a burner nothing happens until ...
1
Fingerprint lock on refrigerators
Commercial walk-in freezers and coolers have locks to help with the restaurant's food cost by eliminating people taking product home with them, I worked in the restaurant industry for 11 years, and food cost is a major item when you want to stay in the red. Fingerprint locks on the residential or commercial refrigerator or freezers would help with food costs in a commercial setting and have control over who has had access to the walk-in cooler or freezer, as for residential equipment the main pu...
1
Double oven range needs more room in upper oven
I love my gas double range, but the upper oven only takes flat items due to the broiler being in the middle. and extending down fairly low. My range is about 8 years old, so maybe there has already been a design improvement. I haven't looked inside the new ranges to check. I would be willing to give up a little height in the lower oven to make more room for the upper oven.
1
Haier Air Conditioner home automation integrations
H! I'm user of Haier AC system (multisplit Flexis Plus 3,5 kW (x2) and AB25S2SC2FA with wifi module). Android app works ok, but connectivity architecture has many disadvantages. First of all it works only using Haier cloud and internet connection. I have Home Assistant instance. My first idea after buying Haier AC was to integrate it with Home Assitant - with wifi modules it should be easy. But it's not! I see a lot of message boards topics where people are complaining about this, and trying to...
8
Oven stovetop share heat for energy conservation
Design the oven so that it optionally omits heat through the back (?) stove top burners so that when using both items, it conserves energy. After cooking with the oven, you could start warming the stove top with the heat from the oven. Give it venting so it is optional.
1
One Shot
All in one washer dryer, with the option to be a front or top loader. Its also has a barrel loader. I have a patent and Im looking for a licensing deal.
1
oven windows
I would like to have clear oven glass, so I can see what is happening to my bakes. The screen glass takes away a lot of clarity. Thanks
1
New refrigerator door idea
Why can't someone make a bottom freezer refrigerator with an in-door ice maker and in-door exterior dispenser thats NOT french door? 33 in and 36 in. Possibly with a choice of left or right door swing.( I know that would take 2 models)
1
Cost calculations for smart ovens
It might be already out there, but have a cost calculating oven. My dad loves saving energy/money and would love to see an integrated feature where the cost of cooking x item could be read. Maybe incorporate basic cost saving recommendations as well?
1
GE Cafe Platinum Glass Gas Pro Range
I love the new GE Cafe Platinum Glass appliances but was super disappointed to learn that the range only comes in a 30”. I would love to see this product in larger sizes, 36”, 42” & 48”. Stainless is such a pain to clean and this new product in a larger size would satisfy many customers. Please make this happen, and quick!!!
1
Transitional tint for cars
They already have it for glasses. It’s been around for decades. Now, give it to cars! As a driver who likes his tint fairly dark, I’ve found that the same dark tint I love at daytime can be dangerous at night. Of course, I end up rolling down my windows if I must reverse to ensure nobody or nothing is behind me, or if I have to turn and don’t want to accidentally hit the curb and damage expensive rims. However, if there was a way to integrate the transition technology that makes glasses ch...
1
Childproof stoves
I would love to see real childproofing on stoves, right from the MFG. So, here is what i envision. A switch on the back of the stove thats recessed with a blank covering it that is secured with a screw ( making it impossible for most children to discover this nevermind defeat it. ). Once this switch is toggled to the on position the user has to input a 4 digit code which is stored. The stove will not turn on unless this code is typed in. So if you go to turn on a burner nothing happens until ...
1
Fingerprint lock on refrigerators
Commercial walk-in freezers and coolers have locks to help with the restaurant's food cost by eliminating people taking product home with them, I worked in the restaurant industry for 11 years, and food cost is a major item when you want to stay in the red. Fingerprint locks on the residential or commercial refrigerator or freezers would help with food costs in a commercial setting and have control over who has had access to the walk-in cooler or freezer, as for residential equipment the main pu...
1
Double oven range needs more room in upper oven
I love my gas double range, but the upper oven only takes flat items due to the broiler being in the middle. and extending down fairly low. My range is about 8 years old, so maybe there has already been a design improvement. I haven't looked inside the new ranges to check. I would be willing to give up a little height in the lower oven to make more room for the upper oven.
1
Haier Air Conditioner home automation integrations
H! I'm user of Haier AC system (multisplit Flexis Plus 3,5 kW (x2) and AB25S2SC2FA with wifi module). Android app works ok, but connectivity architecture has many disadvantages. First of all it works only using Haier cloud and internet connection. I have Home Assistant instance. My first idea after buying Haier AC was to integrate it with Home Assitant - with wifi modules it should be easy. But it's not! I see a lot of message boards topics where people are complaining about this, and trying to...
8
Oven stovetop share heat for energy conservation
Design the oven so that it optionally omits heat through the back (?) stove top burners so that when using both items, it conserves energy. After cooking with the oven, you could start warming the stove top with the heat from the oven. Give it venting so it is optional.
1
One Shot
All in one washer dryer, with the option to be a front or top loader. Its also has a barrel loader. I have a patent and Im looking for a licensing deal.
1
oven windows
I would like to have clear oven glass, so I can see what is happening to my bakes. The screen glass takes away a lot of clarity. Thanks
1
New refrigerator door idea
Why can't someone make a bottom freezer refrigerator with an in-door ice maker and in-door exterior dispenser thats NOT french door? 33 in and 36 in. Possibly with a choice of left or right door swing.( I know that would take 2 models)
1
Cost calculations for smart ovens
It might be already out there, but have a cost calculating oven. My dad loves saving energy/money and would love to see an integrated feature where the cost of cooking x item could be read. Maybe incorporate basic cost saving recommendations as well?
1
GE Cafe Platinum Glass Gas Pro Range
I love the new GE Cafe Platinum Glass appliances but was super disappointed to learn that the range only comes in a 30”. I would love to see this product in larger sizes, 36”, 42” & 48”. Stainless is such a pain to clean and this new product in a larger size would satisfy many customers. Please make this happen, and quick!!!
1
Transitional tint for cars
They already have it for glasses. It’s been around for decades. Now, give it to cars! As a driver who likes his tint fairly dark, I’ve found that the same dark tint I love at daytime can be dangerous at night. Of course, I end up rolling down my windows if I must reverse to ensure nobody or nothing is behind me, or if I have to turn and don’t want to accidentally hit the curb and damage expensive rims. However, if there was a way to integrate the transition technology that makes glasses ch...
1
Childproof stoves
I would love to see real childproofing on stoves, right from the MFG. So, here is what i envision. A switch on the back of the stove thats recessed with a blank covering it that is secured with a screw ( making it impossible for most children to discover this nevermind defeat it. ). Once this switch is toggled to the on position the user has to input a 4 digit code which is stored. The stove will not turn on unless this code is typed in. So if you go to turn on a burner nothing happens until ...
1
Fingerprint lock on refrigerators
Commercial walk-in freezers and coolers have locks to help with the restaurant's food cost by eliminating people taking product home with them, I worked in the restaurant industry for 11 years, and food cost is a major item when you want to stay in the red. Fingerprint locks on the residential or commercial refrigerator or freezers would help with food costs in a commercial setting and have control over who has had access to the walk-in cooler or freezer, as for residential equipment the main pu...
1
Double oven range needs more room in upper oven
I love my gas double range, but the upper oven only takes flat items due to the broiler being in the middle. and extending down fairly low. My range is about 8 years old, so maybe there has already been a design improvement. I haven't looked inside the new ranges to check. I would be willing to give up a little height in the lower oven to make more room for the upper oven.
1