CES 2019 – A belt that helps you diet, talking toilets and a ten second toothbrush – is this what YOUR home will look like in a decade?

CES 2019 is here, and with it comes a whole host of futuristic tech that could fill your home within the next decade.

From a belt that orders you to eat less, to a face-scanning cat bowl, the bizarre tech on show at this year’s conference has not disappointed.

Welt smart belt
The Welt smart belt lets you know if you’re piling on the pounds

The sneak previews give a glimpse into the house of the future, showing off what our homes could be packed with in tomorrow’s world.

Here are some of the very best gadgets shown off during day one of the huge Las Vegas show.

Smart belt that helps you diet

Leading the pack of health-conscious tech on display is Welt, a smart belt that chastises you if you’re eating too much.

And at a whopping £155, the gadget is sure to help you shed the pounds in more ways than one.

It measures how much your stomach is expanding and sends a notification to your phone if your waistline is at risk.

Designed by former Samsung engineers, the leather accessory is currently only available in Japan and the US, with no word yet on whether it will make its way to the UK.

The Y-brush promises to clean your teeth at rapid speeds

Ten-second toothbrush

Tech boffins have crafted a toothbrush that gives your gnashers a deep clean in just ten seconds.

The Y-brush’s battery-run tray slots over your teeth and vibrates, using fine nylon bristles to quickly turn them into pearly whites.

It uses normal toothpaste, and you’ll need to chew on it for the best results.

French startup Fasteesh is officially releasing the £100 gadget in April.

Kohler Numi Alexa toilet CES 2019
This smart toilet is powered by the Amazon Alexa virtual helper

Talking toilet

Your next big bathroom upgrade could include a smart toilet that talks to you.

It’s called the Numi 2.0 Intelligent Toilet, and is powered by Alexa, Amazon’s popular voice-controlled digital assistant.

You can use Alexa to control the Numi’s lights or heated seats or use it like a normal Echo speaker.

That’s not all the toilet can do, with creator Kohler also adding personalised cleansing and drier functions and built-in speakers.


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Robot baker

The Breadbot can cook you up a fresh loaf in just six minutes.

The automated machine starts with dry ingredients and can bakes several types of bread, including whole wheat, white, nine grain, honey oat and sourdough.

Three US grocery chains will begin testing the tech out in shops later this year.

If successful, homes of the future could have their own versions installed to bake you bread on the go.


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Portable dishwasher

Tetra’s £235 portable dishwasher can clean your plates on any surface – and will even cook your seafood, too.

It’s see-through, takes up as much space as a toaster, and is designed for smaller loads that can’t fit into your standard washer.

Key to its design is that it doesn’t use any cables, so can be popped anywhere in your home, or even taken with you on holiday.

The Tetra is expected to ship by the end of this year.

The Mookie cat bowl can recognise your cat and will only open when it approaches

Face-scanning cat bowl

The AI-powered Mookie cat bowl can recognise your cat just by scanning its face.

It only opens its food compartment when your moggie strolls up to its bowl, preventing other felines from stealing its dinner.

The smart bowl connects to your WiFi and pings pet owners a smartphone notification to let them know their pet is eating.

It can also send a short video of the pet chowing down on its meal.

The bowl is expected to go on sale in September for around £150.

What do you think of this year’s CES gadgets? Let us know in the comments!

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