Macy’s Massive Sale Features 11 Editor-Favorite Kitchen Finds — Shop NutriBullet, Martha Stewart, and More

published Jan 6, 2023
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A modern industrial kitchen in a loft apartment with brick walls
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Even if you’re not one of the many people embarking on a healthier lifestyle or looking to do more home cooking this year, investing in high-quality kitchen pieces is never a bad idea. Here at Kitchn, we pride ourselves on being able to find chef-grade knives that stay sharp for years and stand mixers that can get through celebration-sized batches of baked goods. And, if we can get them at a discount, that’s even better! By now, most new year sales are either wrapping up or have already ended, but there’s no need to feel like you missed out on the post-holiday savings. One place where you can always find a good deal is Macy’s. Right now, the retailer is hosting its one-day sale, during which you can save 40 to 60 percent on top brands like NutriBullet, Cuisinart, and more. But here’s a fun hint: The sale actually runs through Sunday, meaning you can scope out the offerings and place your orders this weekend. Below, you’ll find our guide on the picks we’ve deemed most worthy of your cart.

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was $79.95

There's arguably no better way to get your daily fruit and veggie servings in than with a smoothie. This two-in-one NutriBullet blender and food processor is perfect for the job thanks to its sharp blades, 600-watt motor, and convenient tall and short drinking cups. It can cut through even the toughest produce and nuts to give you a smooth and tasty start to your mornings.

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was $166.99

With the Black & Decker Crisp and Bake, the cooking possibilities are practically endless. It does it all: broiling, baking, browning, crisping, and all in a large interior that can fit up to six slices of bread. Each meal cooked in this machine is also healthy and free of excess oil, plus you can separate different foods on the oven's three racks.

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was $82.00

Want floors that gleam and sparkle? Then you need to invest in a good steam mop, such as this Heavy Duty cleaner by Ovente. It uses a microfiber pad and hot water to scrub over hard floors, so you don't need to spray any harsh chemicals on your tiles. What's more, the mop's swivel head and angled design allow for easy maneuverability. You won't miss a spot, even in tight corners.

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was $58.00

When it comes to food storage, Pyrex is one of our go-to brands. This 10-piece set has every type of container you could need for on-the-go meals and storing leftovers, complete with matching leak-proof lids. Each container is made of glass and therefore much sturdier than plastic alternatives. Pop these in the dishwasher, microwave, freezer — there's no limit to their practicality.

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was $199.99

Replace your banged-up pots and pans with this stunning set from Cuisinart. It comes with a skillet, two saucepans, a stockpot, and three tight-fitting lids, allowing you to whip up tons of different meals on the daily. Each pot and pan also sports a sleek design with tapered rims to help prevent spills and drips when serving food.

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was $64.99

Those who prefer classic filtered coffee will love Black & Decker's 12-cup coffeemaker. Not only does it brew delicious flavors and blends of your choosing, but the machine also sports a cute honeycomb texture around its display. Select your brew strength, and prepare for a pleasant awakening.

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was $279.95

In this current age of stick vacuums, canister vacs often get a bad rap. But this one from Shark has impressively strong suction power and an Anti-Allergen seal that promise to leave your home free of dust and pollutants. Although it looks substantial in size, this machine only weighs 9 pounds and is super easy to maneuver thanks to its Smooth Glide wheels.

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was $128.99

This electric kettle from Zwilling will have your coffee or tea water ready in no time. After all, who has time to wait for a conventional kettle to boil water on a busy morning? We also can't ignore this machine's incredibly sleek appearance. Although its stainless steel interior gets very hot at the push of a button, the kettle's exterior stays cool to the touch, helping you avoid accidents.

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was $199.99

You'd be smart to snag this Martha Stewart pot at such an amazing price, especially considering that Dutch ovens are some of the most expensive cookware pieces to invest in. It has all the qualities we look for: made of enameled cast iron, easy-grip side handles, and a large 6-quart capacity that's perfect for family-sized meals. It's nice to look at, too!

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was $166.00

Scratch durable, sharp kitchen cutlery off your wishlist when you buy this fine-edged steel trio by J.A. Henckels. The set includes a 4-inch paring knife, a 6-inch utility knife, and an 8-inch chef’s knife, so all your slicing, chopping, and dicing needs are covered. Triple-riveted handles ensure that your hands won't cramp up, even after an hour of meal prep work.

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was $22.00

You've got your fine china for fancy dinner nights, but when it comes to everyday dining, grab a few of these fun Fiesta plates. Although this piece is inexpensive, it's still ceramic and durable. Choose among seven vibrant colors, and feel free to mix and match. Your meals will never look dull from here on out!