A dish rack that uses the wastewater from the dishes to water the plants, all in one structure. From DesignLibero.
No magic - just simple innovation: the Standing Broom!
Winner of the red dot design award the Standing Broom makes cleaning less arduous by minimising the cleaner’s need to bend down.
When they stop to rest, cleaners will often stand their broom against a wall or lay it on the floor. However, in large spaces, walls may be some distance away. Stooping over to pick up the broom from the floor is tiring, and may cause difficulty for the elderly.
Standing Broom can stand up by itself via a folding action. The user applies downward pressure on the handle to fold the broom head, and then turns the handle clockwise to lock it in place. Unlocking the broom from its standing position involves turning the handle counter-clockwise on the block, and snapping the broom head back into its vertical position.
Kudos to designer Poh Liang Hock!
Pivot Power by Jordan Diatlo
Adjustable power strip that holds large adapters in every outlet.
More about it: quirky
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