Squeezer makes it exceptionally simple to spice up your cooking and beverages.
Squeezing juice is a necessary but often boring job that just needs to be done. That is how the Italian designers of Studio Klass see it, and this observation led them to the idea of creating a design that could make squeezing the juice from lemons, grapes, oranges and lime fruits a fun task instead.
The flexible funnel-shaped upper part of Squeezer acts as a reservoir for the juice as well as a pouring spout. Just flex the reservoir with your hand and pour. The soft, matt silicone gives a good, firm grip while the Squeezer’s sharply defined grooves guarantee that all the juice is squeezed from the fruit so nothing goes to waste.
Make delicious drinks with the juice of lime fruits or add lemon juice to your cooking. Why not pour some grapefruit juice into a smoothie or enjoy a glass of freshly squeezed juice made from sun-ripened oranges? And after you are finished, Squeezer is easy to clean in the dishwasher.
All in all, Squeezer is an outstanding kitchen accessory that is both practical and pleasing to look at with its fresh citrus fruit inspired colors.
Can be adjusted in two ways making it ideal to use with any kind of citrus fruit, regardless of size. Suitable for dishwasher.
Size: H: 17 x Ø: 14 cm
Material: Silicone & Plastic
Studio Klass was established in 2009 and is a partnership between Marco Maturo and Alessio Roscini from Italy. They both received a Bachelor's degree from the European Institute of Design in Milan, where they now both work as design professors. Studio Klass specializes in industrial furniture and product designs. Their mission is to create innovative solutions for the functionality of a product and the way it is used via colors and choice of materials.
“Nowadays, we are all surrounded by high-tech devices. They give us what we need but in a cold way. We think contemporary design should take the emotional aspect of a product during its usage into account. Products should help us to better consider our daily routines, like for example preparing breakfast or lighting a candle for a romantic dinner. In our opinion, that helps us connect to design and to the things we surround ourselves with”.