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Spinning Chips / Package

Spinning Chips
Spinning Chips

Does your hand get stuck in a potato chip can and get greasy when you are eating potato chips? The diameter of a potato chip can is always quite small so that we can hardly grab the chips. Our hands therefore become greasy by reluctantly touching the inner side of the can. This design solves the problem. Therefore we can grab chips easily. Moreover, when eating them, we can know how many chips still remain in the can by seeing the height of the can. When we finish off all the potato chips, we have already finished the process of reducing the volume of garbage which makes recycling become much easier.

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National Cheng Keng University

National Cheng Keng University
Tainan, Taiwan

Design

National Cheng Keng University

National Cheng Keng University
Tainan, Taiwan

Pin- Chin / Wang Chao-Cheng / Hsu Jeng-Wei / Lin