It’s a question that crops up all the time as consumers upgrade from traditional kitchenware to a sleek, digital kitchen.
Some of the gadgets have been lauded as being a step forward, while others have been accused of taking us back to a simpler era.
The new $60,000 Kitchen Light and Microwave Starter Kit is a new entry in the line-up, which also includes a $500,000 microwave starter and a $600,000 kitchen table.
The Kitchen Light Starter Kit uses a light sensor to measure the amount of heat output.
The sensor is a cheap and simple design.
It’s made of a piece of glass that is connected to a smartphone and a camera that can measure the heat output of the microwave and determine how much power it uses.
When the temperature reaches the desired level, the light sensor will flash a red light to let the homeowner know they’re cooking.
The $60 Kit includes a basic microwave starter, a basic stainless steel kettle, a small ceramic kettle and a small stainless steel pan.
The $600 Kit includes two stainless steel pots, a medium and large ceramic pot and a stainless steel pot.
The Kitchen Light Kit includes the microwave starter along with a digital thermostat and a power strip.
While the $600 Kitchen Light can be used with a standard microwave, the $60 Kitchen Light comes with a small LED light that is supposed to light up when the microwave temperature is high.