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JamJam / Feeding bottle Sterilizer

JamJam

Jam-Jam is a Korean word that describes the action when babies hold and let go of something. This action became a motive in intuitively resolving the defects of existing baby bottle sterilizers. Immaculate drying process and UV sanitization is available in the space where the bottles are placed, which fulfills demonstrates the function of a sterilizer. Also, by decreasing the volume, much spatial area can be saved and that space can be used to install long-term lighting for breast feeding or promoting sleep.

University

Cheongju University

Cheongju University
Chungbuk, South Korea

Design

Cheongju University

Cheongju University
Chungbuk, South Korea

SEULKI HONG