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TECHNOLOGY – iCoffee with SteamBrew awarded Popular Science Best of What’s New Award

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VALENCIA, Calif., US – On Tuesday, Popular Science announced that the iCoffee multi-cup coffee maker with patented SteamBrew technology was selected as one of the winners of the 2014 Best of What’s New Award in the Home category.

The award recognizes the top 100 innovations each year, highlighting breakthrough products and technologies that represent a significant leap in their categories.

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“For 27 years, Popular Science has honored the innovations that surprise and amaze us − those that make a positive impact on our world today and challenge our view of what’s possible in the future,” said Cliff Ransom, Editor-in-Chief of Popular Science. “The Best of What’s New Award is the magazine’s top honor, and the 100 winners − chosen from among thousands of entrants − each a revolution in its field.”

The iCoffee multi-cup coffee maker with patented SteamBrew technology, released in November of 2013, is a true breakthrough in coffee-brewing technology. It features patented SteamBrew technology which spins, steams and stirs the grounds throughout the brewing cycle. This unique electric twist on the French press technique releases locked-in coffee flavors that other brewers cannot while eliminating any bitterness or acidic aftertaste.

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“After 7 years and 1,257 prototypes, we found a way to use the goodness of steam to crack open the grounds and release the locked-in flavor of any coffee, providing coffee lovers with a dramatic difference and smoothness of taste,” said Bruce Burrows, inventor of iCoffee. “We are honored for the product of our hard work – the iCoffee multi-cup coffee maker with patented SteamBrew technology – to be included in the December issue of Popular Science as part of the Best of What’s New Home category and look forward to what’s next for iCoffee.”

iCoffee recently released its newest innovation in coffee brewing, the iCoffee for Single Serve, which utilizes SpinBrew™ technology within the single-serve K-type cup.

iCoffee is the first multi-cup brewer to use SteamBrew Technology. iCoffee was invented by Bruce Burrows, who also created the iCoffee Single Serve brewer with SpinBrew technology. Both brewing technologies spin, steam and stir during the brewing cycle to release locked-in flavors while eliminating any bitterness or acidic aftertaste to deliver dramatically smoother and better-tasting coffee and beverages. To learn more about the company, visit the website at www.icoffee.com.

The Remington name has been associated with coffee brewing since 1846, when John R. Remington first filed a patent for his “cowboy” coffee percolator. Remington Designs was formed to develop appliances that utilize breakthrough technology for the home that dramatically improve consumers’ lives.

Bruce Burrows is the Founder, Inventor and CEO of Remington Designs. He holds over 130 worldwide patents, and was recently recognized by Homeworld Magazine as one of the industry’s “Power Players”.

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