The Instant Pot Duo60 is a fantastic value and performed almost as well as the top pick among countertop pressure cookers we tested. It's easy to use, the company has a reputation for great customer service, and there's an avid and helpful community of users online to boot.
The E5 kitchen knife sharpener is easy to use, gentle on knives, and creates professional results in just 90 seconds. Press the button and go. Guesswork is eliminated with timed cycles and sharpening guides that ensure consistent edge geometry along the entire blade. Additionally, Work Sharp Culinary's exclusive MicroForge technology creates a durable, more controlled edge on any knife, and the ceramic honing rod keeps your knife in top shape, long after sharpening. — Work Sharp Culinary
The angled end of a fish spatula means it's one of the few kitchen tools out there that is not ambidextrous. And unfortunately, a lot of manufacturers, including the two above, don't make a left-handed version of their spatula. So if you're a lefty, go for the LamsonSharp Chef's Slotted Turner. It's a bit more expensive than the Victorinox (the lefty version is currently around $23, while the righty is around $30), and the flipper doesn't curve as much, which makes it trickier to slide under things. But overall, it's quite comparable to my favorite spatula, and you can get it with either a walnut handle or a dishwasher-safe polyoxymethylene (POM) handle. (It also gets a stamp of approval from Serious Eats' resident lefty, Daniel.)