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April 23, 2007

Newton — 'A milk & sugar set which proves gravity'


Designed by Tanja Sipilä for Helsinki-based Tonfisk.

Just awarded the coveted bookofjoe 2007 Best Breakfast Accessory Award.

From the website:

    Newton — the clever mechanism keeps the bowl still while you tip the pitcher

    Newton is a new way of serving sugar and milk.

    The mechanism of Newton is based on gravity: you can pour the milk without removing the attached sugar bowl.

    While you tip the milk jug, the sugar bowl remains level.

    Newton is designed so that the sugar bowl can be easily removed for refilling the milk jug and also stays securely locked in place while pouring.


Everyone knows "it's all about the accessories."


[via Adam P. Knave, grand panjandrum of www.hellblazer.net and www.thefootnote.net]

April 23, 2007 at 03:01 PM | Permalink


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Now I would really be impressed if this thing dispensed steamed milk and Splenda...

Posted by: ScienceChic | Apr 23, 2007 8:50:46 PM

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