StoreBound is extending both its Dash and Dash Go brands into new categories, at the International Home + Housewares Show this week, with the unveiling of a new Dash SmartTemp Bluetooth thermometer, Dash Klearbar— a water and beverage center— and the Dash Go Petite Stand Mixer, among others. One of the company’s focal point launches this year, is the Dash Health Cube— a premium, 2.5 horsepower smart blender— that is set to ship in April and retails for $699.99.
The Dash Health Cube has a digital interface featuring eight presets, in addition to manual controls for the professional chef. It includes two sizes of jars (large and small), an individual sport bottle attachment and electromagnetic sensors that detect which container is being used and adjust the motor’s power and speed to achieve optimal results. The base of the blender includes a USB port that will charge a tablet or smartphone and will function as a cradle for the devices, transforming it from a cooking tool, into a kitchen hub.
Also new at the show is the Klearbar by Dash. Dash has partnered with hydration technology company, Klearbar, to launch the Klearbar One which, according to the company, delivers an endless supply of hot, cold, and sparkling water on demand and utilizes Carbon, UV and Ozone filtration to remove 99.999% of contaminants and bacteria.
The company is also using this show to launch several other new appliances, including the Dash Rapid Skillet, the Dash Go Electric Fruit Peeler and the Dash Go Petite Mixer