After an entire night of research, it appears that using the miracle of Handy Caddies combined with a small amount of superglue, one can extend their appliance range ad infinitum. I know, I know, this is truly a shocking proposition. However, consider this: The Handy Caddy platform on which you normally would rest an appliance can... bear with me here... be used instead as a surface on which to rest a second Handy Caddy.
This simple arrangement can be iterated, by my mathematical models, to the very extents of your house walls (and beyond!) so long as you have a means of securing Handy Caddies to each other. Some dollar-store super glue should suffice.
Each Handy Caddy added will provide about a foot in additional appliance extension. In my circumstances, I can make coffee in my bedroom and SIMULTANEOUSLY in my kitchen for under $40. My wife, who recently banned kitchen appliances in the bedroom, is in for a surprise. I can't wait to be able to, again, make my regular 3 AM Toaster Strudels without having to leave the warmth of the bed.
This property of simultaneity is intriguing in itself. The coffee maker, which will not have ever left my kitchen surface in its extension to my bedroom, can make coffee of Schrodinger proportions. Stacked Handy Caddies could potentially be used in this manner as a back door to poorly-written lease stipulations.
Moreover, our very ideas of real estate and property would need to be reevaluated. A Handy Caddy series that extends out of my window to my Zaphod Beeblebrox neighbor's house is still, by my arguments, on my kitchen counter. If I want to battle his terrible, loud bluegrass music with some Ace of Bass, I can put a boom box on my super-long Handy Caddy tray and send it over to his house. So long as it is free-floating, only attached to my kitchen counter, then I am technically not trespassing.
This is the best Two for Tuesday ever.