Nothing like some coffee to get the day going. Get a coffee maker that’ll help you brew the perfect cup of coffee to get you on your toes. This coffee maker from Morphy Richards features a milk frothing nozzle for perfect frothing and can make up to 4 cups of coffee at once.
There’s just something about monsoons that makes us crave for piping hot fried snacks. But what’s better than hot fried snacks on a rainy day? Snacks without the guilt of having oily food. An air fryer delivers the same taste but with up to 75% less fat. This Air Fryer from Philips can fry, grill, roast and even bake and is super easy to clean after use.
In a tropical country like India, where humidity is relatively high, getting a clothes dryer makes a lot of sense. Not only it helps in drying clothes quickly, but also saves the efforts of putting clothes out for drying and rushing to get them when it rains. This clothes dryer from IFB has a drying capacity of 5.5kgs and offers 6 different drying programs to ensure optimum heat and drying time for different fabric types.
What goes well with monsoons is soothing vocals that can really help you unwind. The Saregaama Carvaan is a Bluetooth Speaker that comes pre-loaded with more than 5,000 Indian evergreen songs. The Carvaan has a retro look and really helps add to the vibe while you listen to the golden years of Indian cinema. You can also choose to play the FM or play songs via Bluetooth if you please.
It’s so easy to get your head wet during monsoons. But unfortunately, drying it out or waiting for it to dry out is not the most practical solution. Hence, it’s always ideal to keep a hair dryer around. Not only does it dry off your wet hair to get you started but it also comes handy in drying off clothes and other cloth accessories.
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