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snake ladle / ladle

snake ladle
snake ladle

The snake ladle has two core functions that are inspired and derived from the seesaw.
First, the ladle can be left on the edge of pots, and despite of the shift of the center of mass (from the grip to the head), the inner supporting part allows the ladle to rest on pots of all heights without being fallen inside.
Second, when placed on flat surface, the center of mass shifts back to the grip and because the head does not touch the surface, sauces on the head and surface do not need to be wiped.
This lightweight ladle is made of nylon that endures up to 240 degrees.

University

mokwon university

mokwon university
deajon, South Korea

Design

mokwon university

mokwon university
deajon, South Korea

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