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It’s true – whisks (like timers, cheese graters, corkscrews and can openers) are one of those kitchen gadgets that get redesigned again and again, and like the sucker I am I have a drawer full. But still, none of my perfectly functional whisks are quite like Beater, by Ding300 for Normann Copenhagen. The nifty little whisk that debuted earlier this year at Stockholm Design Week solves the whisks biggest design flaw: storage. The bulbous end of a whisk never pack neatly in a drawer, but unlike an ordinary whisk, the little band around the Beater can slide up or down to open up for use or fold away for neat storage.
“We are driven by the romantic notion that a designer invents products aimed at making the world a better place. Our whisk is simple and sculpturesque in form and function and we have made it as space-saving as possible without compromising on the design.”