Batman’s entire utility belt… inside a ballpoint pen

Less of a pen and more of a toolkit with a ballpoint refill, Atech’s 9-in-1 Multifunction Tool Pen writes notes, opens bottles, measures items, files nails, fixes gadgets, and does much more. Designed to be an all-round utility tool that slides right into your pocket, this pen comes with a slick, hexagonal body that feels familiar (and doesn’t roll off surfaces) but is made from a hybrid alloy that’s both lightweight and strong, and is fitted with all kinds of surprises.

The 9-in-1 Multifunction Tool Pen comes based off of feedback from thousands of users, and Atech’s own lineup of multitool pens and keychains. It comes fitted with a 0.7mm black ballpoint refill for buttery-smooth writing, but if you’re not the traditional pen-on-paper kind of guy, the design even has its own 0.24in rubber-tipped stylus for drawing, erasing, and writing on your touchscreen devices. A Multifunction Tool Pen wouldn’t be complete without the tools either, would it? The pen even packs both Philips and flathead screwdrivers on the inside, while the pen’s body comes with a spirit level as well as a nail-file integrated into its body. Two scoops on the top and the midsection serve as a box-cutter and a bottle opener respectively… and if you’ve been counting so far, you’ll realize we’re still one tool short. That’s because I didn’t quite mention the fact that the pen’s linear body serves as both a metric and an imperial ruler, with measuring units etched onto two of the 6 hexagonal sizes.

Weighing in at a mere 1.7 ounces (that’s 45 grams for the metric folk), the pen’s equally light and robust. The pen uses a hybrid alloy made from steel, aluminum, copper, and iron to achieve its signature combination of strength and practical weightlessness, and comes with a matte black finish that seems to be a uniting factor in all of Atech’s products, lending it equal parts of classiness and stealthiness… Batman would surely approve.

Designer: Rin Preda

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9-in-1 Multifunction Tool Pen

The 9-in-1 Multifunction Tool Pen provides solutions to our daily needs, with just one handy tool. It consists of pen, box cutter, level, ruler, Phillips driver, flathead driver, file, stylus and bottle opener.

Manufactured with hybrid of steel, aluminum, copper and iron alloy, the 9-in-1 Multifunction Tool Pen is engineered to be durable and robust. Weighing at 1.7 oz or 48 grams, it provides a hearty grip for all of its functions.

Let’s Talk Functions

The Bottle Opener. Open any bottle cap with ease.

The 2.5 mm Philips Screwdriver. Useful for tightening glasses screws.

The 2.5 mm Flathead Screwdriver. Useful for tightening screws that you never thought needed to tighten.

The Stylus. 0.24in diameter rubber tip stylus. Accurately selects and writes/draws with precision on any touch screen devices.

The Box Cutter. TSA friendly designed box cutter. Sharp yet safe, dig into the box tape and drag with ease.

The Level. Hands-free tubular level with easy to read bubble. Set it and level it.

The File. 1.25in file tool. Perfect for filing down chipped nails, sharp corners or edges.

The Ruler. Both imperial and metric rulers. Measures up to 4in or 10cm.

The Pen. 0.7mm black ink ball-point pen writes beautifully on paper.

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Stuffed toys, Robotics, Coding, and Bedtime Stories, the Mochi Robot for kids has it all

What if you didn’t need a screen to learn code? What if this new method was playful and intuitive enough to help children learn the basics of coding without being attached to a phone or a tablet? What if it had an aspect of storytelling that made learning engaging? These three questions form the basic framework of the Mochi Robot, an interactive experience that helps kids of today learn and play.

At its heart, the Mochi Robot is “LEGO-Compatible, Screenless Coding for Ages 3-6”. It’s a toy centered around a fictional character, a magical map, and a storybook that helps kids guide the character around the map to complete quests. It all starts with the storybook, which is read to the kids by a parent or guardian. The storybook takes the character, an adorable plush bear named Mochi, on an adventure to explore unknown lands and learn new things, and then brings it back home. Based on the story, children try to make the Mochi plush navigate the adventure on a cloth map that’s laid out on the floor. Mochi comes with a programmable robot that’s fed commands through a control center. The control center relies on tiny command-squares to create a sequence of actions. Kids can arrange these squares in any sequence, making the robot move forward, turn, make a sound, do a dance, or redo an entire sequence. The story from the book comes alive as the child plays director, creating a special algorithm that makes Mochi the robot follow the storybook’s adventure. The entire set comes with multiple books and maps, exploring everything from the alphabet to shapes, colors, and even more complex subjects like the earth, biology, and time. The robot that guides Mochi is compatible with Lego bricks, adding a layer of creativity and build-ability to the kit, allowing kids to truly explore all corners of their imagination while grasping coding’s basic concepts through a tactile, non-screen interface designed especially for young minds. Transform the robot into a spaceship, a boat, a house, a bird, or any abstract concept to give the game a new appeal every day!

Designed to strengthen a child’s STEM foundation, allowing them to develop strong analytical and problem-solving skills through play, Mochi and its series of adventures help keep children entertained while also relying on Montessori learning techniques to teach them facts about the world around them as well as help them develop an appreciation for coding, all without those addictive screens!

Designer: Mark Pavlyukovskyy

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Mochi Robot: LEGO-Compatible, Screenless Coding

The Mochi Robot teaches children (ages 3-6) coding concepts while learning ABCs, 123s, words, numbers, colors, and more during hours of screen-free, hands-on play.

Learn to code while exploring 12 different subjects through hours of interactive, hands-on play. 100% screen-free. 100% fun.

Through engaging plot lines, Mochi harnesses boys’ and girls’ love of storytime and encourages early childhood literacy—the foundation for a lifetime of learning.

What is Included

You decide what you want Mochi’s robot to do.

Think how you want Mochi to move, find those blocks, put them into the programming board, and press ‘Please Go’ to execute your code!

Put a FUNction block on the main sequence and add blocks in function line to create your very first function call.

Explore adventures from the Mochi Story Library to enrich the learning experience.

Mochi’s Adventures

Mochi comes with up to 12 adventures. Each adventure is comprised of: a story book, a matching story map, and coding blocks unique to that adventure. Each adventure takes your child on an epic journey through topics ranging from ABCs to Biology to Good Habits. After each story, complete the coding challenges to see Mochi’s adventures come alive on the Story Maps.

Sneak Peak from Story Books

How it Works

Coding Blocks

Below: See Mochi in 60 Seconds.

Mochi engages your child in computing and problem-solving through hands-on code, interactive storytelling, and DIY assembly.

Children learn at their own pace and challenge themselves by designing their characters, experimenting with coding commands, and exploring new subjects.

LEGO Compatible

Mochi’s robot is fully compatible with LEGO and is the perfect platform for the budding engineer and artist. Your child can experiment with hands-on DIY.

Mochi is made from 100% natural, biodegradable wood-based materials, to ensure your child’s safety now and inspire sustainable values for a lifetime. It offers high-quality, long-lasting play and is a great reason to bring you and your child together for memorable learning experiences.

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This part-faucet, part-fountain makes life easier for brushing and more

In Pinterest’s endless list of quirky designer faucets I’m still waiting to see a faucet that’s as practically wonderful as the Da Vinci. Part faucet, part fountain, the Da Vinci is one of those “why hasn’t anyone ever thought of it before” projects that happens to be innovative and sensible in 2019. Styled like a regular faucet with two mixers on each side, the Da Vinci has an innocuous lever sitting right near the outlet. Pull the lever forward and the faucet turns into a fountain, giving you an upward stream of water that you can either drink or gargle with while brushing.

Designed to save you the trouble of cupping your hands every time you want to drink water from the faucet (and inevitably dropping/wasting most of the water in the process), the Da Vinci just simply reroutes the water to an upward-facing outlet so you can just bend down and drink directly from the faucet. Whether you want to rinse while brushing, drink water, or just wash your face, the Da Vinci has a much more practical solution to a problem that has somehow existed for centuries without being solved. The upward-facing fountain outlet is as easy as pushing down on a lever, making it perfect for elders and kids… and it actually ends up saving 88% of the water in the process by regulating the water’s pressure.

As functional as they may be, the Da Vinci faucets have the aesthetics absolutely nailed too. They come with a pretty eye-catching organic design that’s ergonomic, comes in a variety of premium finishes, and adds a touch of class to your bathroom. Each faucet is made from 100% lead-free brass and even comes with a lifetime warranty.

A combination of practical and playful, Da Vinci’s faucets tick pretty much all the boxes. They’re great-looking, much more accessible, and solve a pretty big problem that’s gone unnoticed for centuries while ultimately saving water in the process too… And what do you know, they’re so much fun to use that your kid might actually end up brushing twice a day!

Designers: Steve Waddell & Noah McNeely

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Da Vinci Fountain Faucet: The Future of Faucets

Part faucet, part fountain, this Italian inspired bathroom faucet makes life easier, minimizes germs, and saves water.

The Da Vinci utilizes a dual method of water delivery. For starters, you’ll still be able to get water from the downspout as you would with a traditional faucet. But with a flip of a switch, the flow can be redirected through a spout at the top of the faucet, bringing you a magnificent arc of clean water whenever you want.

Easily rinse after brushing with water.

Easily rinse shaving cream.

Rinse facial cleanser without splashing.

Take pills or vitamins without painful bending.

Save Up to 88% Water

If by chance you forget to turn off the water during your 2 minutes of brushing your teeth, Da Vinci saves you up to 88% water compared to normal faucets.

Did you know that the average American uses up to 4.4 gallons of water each time they brush when they leave the water running, and they brush at least twice a day. If all 329 million Americans did that they would use more than a billion gallons of water just brushing alone.

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With no air-intakes on its sides, the new Ferrari Roma captures the unblemished beauty of the 50s

Paying tribute to the golden 50s and 60s, often considered the peak era of design at Ferrari, the Roma was launched today in a dedicated client event in its namesake city of Rome. The mid-front engined coupe may not be showcased in Ferrari’s signature red, but it does certainly embody the design language of the cars that would adorn the city of Rome in the 50s and 60s.

The Ferrari Roma sports some serious curves, and sports the same chassis and award-winning turbocharged V8 engine found in the Portofino. The car’s design comes from their in-house team, Centro Stile Ferrari, headed by Flavio Manzoni. Although it does borrow a great deal from Ferrari’s long-lasting relationship with design-house Pininfarina, with an incredibly well-proportioned and clean design, devoid of any ducts or air-intakes that would corrupt the car’s unblemished form. As per sources, the car comes with a top speed of 320km/h and an acceleration of 0-100km/h in just 3.4 seconds. Ferrari’s all set to launch the Roma in 2020, catering to its patrons who have an eye for a certain level of finesse Ferrari is known for… and it doesn’t matter if you’re not behind the wheel, because probably for the first time, the passenger seat has its very own dashboard too!

Designer: Centro Stile Ferrari

These paper-clips will have you ‘buzzing’ with productivity!

That title isn’t the only bee-related pun I’ve got, if you’re wondering. I had one where I couldn’t BEE more excited, and another one involving the word ‘buzz-iness’ that I decided to give a miss, but I digress. These un-bee-lievably cute (haha!) paper clips come from the fine people at OTOTO, a company that literally makes some of the most adorable products on the planet. Titled the Busy Bees, these clips come in the shape of a single bumblebee that holds your pages together, and are collectively stored in a honeycomb-shaped clip-holder. Each bee is made out of a magnetic material too, allowing you to secure your notes to a metal surface like a cabinet or a magnetic whiteboard… although if I were you, I’d buy them and use them for myself because there’s no way I’m trusting any of my colleagues or friends with these bee-utiful creatures!

Designers: Adi Kafri & OTOTO

Here’s why the Moto Razr is an absolute success but other folding phones aren’t

Post today’s launch and amidst multiple hands-on videos, the 2019 Moto Razr could easily be this year’s most desirable phone… which is a pretty remarkable achievement considering the lukewarm response flexible-display phones have been getting on an average. The phone capitalizes on its history of being the coolest phone of the 2000s, along with the fact that it has a flexible folding screen. The phone hits the shelves in January 2020 for a price-tag of $1500 and my guess is it just might be a runaway success. Here are a few things Motorola absolutely nailed, resulting in such a remarkable piece of tech.

1. Phone first, tech later

Here’s probably the biggest reason why the Moto Razr is such a win. Motorola didn’t force its technology onto the smartphone. It saw the technology, spotted an application, and then proceeded forward… unlike Samsung, Huawei, and Royole, who designed their phones specifically FOR the flexible screen. Motorola just got the timing absolutely right, and the fact that they had the Razr brand to revamp. Samsung’s “develop the technology and force it onto a smartphone” attitude is probably exactly why it isn’t as appealing as the Razr, which just already has that swagger.

2. The clamshell format and its perfect size

The clamshell format has historically always worked better than that mini-book format from Nokia’s Communicator series. Besides, a clamshell phone always results in a smaller phone when closed, whereas all of Nokia’s Communicator phones, just like the Samsung Galaxy, remain pretty large even when closed. If you look at the 2019 Razr, it’s conveniently small when closed, and when opened, is just about the same height as the original Razr, albeit with a nice, long portrait display. Moreover, it still FITS IN ONE HAND (learn a lesson, other companies). Motorola’s understanding of sizes, ratios, and formats just gives Razr the upper edge.

3. A longer display is better than a ‘bigger’ display

Given that almost all of our mobile-based content depends on scrolling upwards and downwards, even so much so that content is now being created in portrait mode more than ever (proof: TikTok), we don’t really NEED bigger squarish displays, to be honest. The square display also doesn’t do anyone any favors. You’re still left with pretty large black boxes on the top and bottom of the videos you’re watching, and the only perceivable advantage of the large display is the ability to multi-task, which personally, hasn’t really caught on yet. Besides, a phone with a hinge along the longer edge results in a longer and more visible ‘crease’. Motorola cleverly made a phone that puts its hinge along the phone’s width, resulting in a crease no doubt, but a relatively much smaller crease.

4. No technical snags like the Samsung Galaxy Fold (Plus, they nailed that hinge)

Take a look at how Motorola designed the screen to fold inwards without an air-gap like in the Samsung Galaxy and you’ll realize how Motorola did it right. Admittedly, it’s been just a few hours since the release, but not a single reviewer has complained about dead pixels, bumps, and faults in the Moto Razr, especially given how quickly and carelessly people close that clamshell hinge. Samsung’s Galaxy Fold, on the other hand, required being extremely careful, and even despite that, almost every early reviewer ended up destroying that flexible display. Call it great engineering on Motorola’s part, or just shoddy engineering on everyone else’s part, but hot damn, that phone’s had an absolutely track record so far.

5. That sweet retro app

Possibly one of my favorite parts of the 2019 Razr is the retro app, that gives the phone its classic old-timey interface, complete with that edgy Tron-esque keyboard. Motorola recognized the power of nostalgia, and I’m pretty sure people will be bootlegging this app onto their Pixels and iPhones just for the nostalgia-factor! Good job, Motorola!

6. The price tag

Here’s why I think the Moto Razr won’t just be popular, but will also be a commercial success. It has an incredibly low barrier of entry, with a price of $1500, which is considerably lower than the Huawei Mate X which retails for $2600 and the Samsung Galaxy Fold, which retails for $1980. The fact that it’s better, cheaper, and more desirable than its competition in the folding phone market just means that Motorola’s taken the time and energy to get absolutely everything right, from the phone’s design to its tech, engineering and price… and Motorola knows it has a winner on its hands. I mean, even the theme music in the video above has the lyrics “they don’t make ’em like me no more”.

This article’s pretty much a hat-tip to the guys at Motorola for absolutely nailing this beauty, and a love-letter of sorts to the company from a complete tech enthusiast and someone who’s done his fair share to build the hype for the smartphone *wink wink*. Hey Motorola, if you’re feeling generous, and want to reach out to me with a small token of appreciation, feel free to hit me up via email!

The ICEBREAKER POP shows how we’ve been making ice wrong all these years

Label me ignorant, but I had no idea there was a ‘wrong’ way to make ice… but then again, you live and learn, right? Apparently the ice-tray we use today has quite a few flaws in it that people tend to overlook. It’s ridiculously difficult to fill, to balance, and to place in the freezer. The water tends to absorb the scent of stuff around it, so it’s also entirely likely that your open-tray may result in ice-cubes smelling like frozen fish or frozen peas. Not to mention the fact that popping the ice out of the tray invariably requires you actually, physically touch the ice-cube, which according to any expert bartender or barista, is an absolute no-no. Now nobody’s going to really stop you from using the conventional ice-tray to make ice-cubes. After all, we’re creatures of habit and we ‘get set’ in our ways, right? There is, however, a better way to go about making ice. It’s called the Icebreaker, and it works as an air-tight ice-tray that stores horizontally or even vertically, creates perfect ice-cubes that don’t melt as quickly, and can even be added to your drink without touching them!

The ICEBREAKER® POP is somewhat like a thermos that creates ice-cubes. All you do is fill water into its upright-cuboid design and seal the top. The ICEBREAKER® POP’s chocolate-bar pattern on either side helps form the water into 18 large ice-cubes that you break apart by just exerting pressure on the side of the bottle after you’ve frozen it for 6-8 hours. The ice-maker comes with a special expandable design that lets you increase its volume, helping the cubes fall out of their enclosures and collect into the bottle’s hollow space. That’s it. Just pour the cubes out by tipping the ice-maker over and voila! The freshest ice you can imagine!

What the ICEBREAKER® POP manages to do is conveniently circumvent every problem you could have with making ice in your freezer. The container is completely leak-proof, which lets you store it either horizontally or vertically in your freezer (while also making sure your water doesn’t smell like the rest of the food you’ve stored there). It also works entirely hands-free, so the ice-cubes can go from container to cocktail without touching your fingers… and its most winning feature is the fact that the ICEBREAKER® POP actually works as a thermos too! You can make ice-cubes in your fridge and carry the ICEBREAKER® POP to a picnic, or to a friend’s house without worrying about the ice melting. The container’s thermo-effective design, along with the cube’s unique shape actually decelerates the melting process… and THAT’s the right way to make ice, people!

Designer: Kim Jensen

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ICEBREAKER® POP – The Ice Cube Tray Reinvented

ICEBREAKER® POP eliminates ice cube trays with its space-saving design and your ice is ready to be served without touching it.

Enjoy 18 large slow-melting 1x1x1” ice cubes from the air-tight container anywhere without foul-tasting freezer odors.

Made from BPA-free food grade rubber and plastics and 100% non-toxic — safe for you, your family and friends.

The thermo effective container limits melting even after hours exposed at room temperature. So it’s perfect for adding a little extra chilled magic anywhere, whether on a camping trip with your family or even traveling the world.

The secret is two-fold: the team has designed a thermo-effective container that keeps the ice chilled at room temperature when it’s closed, AND the all-new design of the rounded ice takes MUCH longer to melt because of its surface area to volume ratio.

The patented stacking system makes it easy to stock up on ice without wasting space like ice trays and bulky ice bags.

Unlike open ice cube trays, ICEBREAKER’s 100% airtight design prevents your ice from absorbing any funky food odors and prevents spills.

Easily disassemble and clean, even dishwasher when needed. Both POP ice trays are attached to the mainframe with easy to separate rubber seals.

BPA and Phthalate Free. It can be reused 1,000’s of times, reducing plastic waste from single-use plastic bags.

Easy to Use. Fill with water and freeze for 6-7 hours. Open the lid, and pull apart the straps and shake to loosen the ice.

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Carota’s Classic E-bike is a minimal interpretation of a cruiser, with a V-twin power train

It may be an e-scooter but it surely doesn’t look like it. Carota’s Classic E-bike is an experiment in form, bringing a lean design to a series of bikes that are not known for their lean-ness. Look at the e-bike in its side view and you notice its similarities to a low-riding cruiser. The curved fuel-tank, the seat’s proximity to the rear-wheel, and an elongated silhouette, all take on a Harley Davidson-esque appearance that’s often synonymous with a loud engine that makes its presence felt… but that’s where the Classic E-bike chooses to be different. It opts for a more silent electric drivetrain, a V-twin that sits right below the seat, powered by a battery that resides within the fuel-tank form factor. Carota’s Classic E-bike comes with the demeanor of a cruiser showcased with simplified, minimalist appeal. Rather than a muscular frame, the E-bike boasts of a leaner design that connects the elements together in a way that’s fitting for a quiet, eco-friendly energy-efficient sibling to the bold, brash, muscular Harley Davidson. “Think about it as an alternate future where the V-twin power train never really took off. It would replace a bike in your daily commute in the city or simply to impress your friends at a Sunday brunch gathering”, say the team at Carota.

Designer: Carota Design

This jacket packs in a pillow, has enough space so you can ditch your backpack

My biggest complaint against apparel and garment design is that sometimes fashion and function don’t see eye to eye. Clothes can sometimes look really good, but might just not be comfortable or utilitarian. When they are, they tend to sacrifice aesthetics. Take the jacket for instance. You’ve got, on the one hand, the formal jacket that looks great in the workplace but doesn’t fare well outdoors, and the hoodie or travel-jacket which is comfortable, can withstand inclement weather, and often has more storage options, but doesn’t look as dapper as a formal jacket does. Armed with a design brief of wanting to make a jacket that is both stylish and functional both indoors and outdoors, the guys at PinFin Fashion developed the Alpha Jacket, a travel jacket for the alpha-human who wants the best of all worlds.

PinFin’s Alpha Jacket treads the fine line between being a jacket that pairs wonderfully with the clothes you have, while also cleverly concealing multiple features, from hidden pockets to a water-pouch, to even a detachable hoodie with an integrated neck-pillow for the seasoned traveler. Alpha Jacket’s fabric is both stylish yet waterproof and wind-resistant, and its high-collar design and cut gives it the appeal of a casual blazer, but with reflective piping and a durable design that you can comfortably wear anywhere in the outdoors. Each jacket is armed with 8 pockets on the inside, for everything from your phone to your power-bank, keys, sunglasses, wallet, and even an iPad. Plus, a dedicated pouch for carrying a water-bladder to sip from while on the go. Pockets on the outside of the jacket find their place on the breast as well as the sleeve, secured with concealed YKK zippers that match the quality build of the rest of the jacket. The

Alpha Jacket was built to truly support the often-traveler. Designed by Dan Truong and Linh Tran, a couple who endured a long-distance relationship and found themselves often traveling to meet each other, the Alpha Jacket sits at the intersection of “jacket that’s perfect for traveling” and “jacket I can step out for social events in”. For someone who finds themselves traveling often, the Alpha Jacket comes with a detachable hoodie that has a built-in neck pillow (you can choose between memory foam or microbeads) helping you get through long commutes, and for the alpha-human who wants to look their best, the jacket comes in a variety of four colors to choose from, with a cut that defines your silhouette just like a casual blazer would, but also gives you the advantage of storage so you don’t need to lug a backpack around with your stuff!

Designer: Dan Truong

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Alpha Jacket – Travel Features Without Sacrificing Fashion

A fashion-forward, & functional tech travel jacket with convenient pockets designed for everyday use. It includes an integrated neck-pillow for the seasoned traveler.

Have everything you need that’s essential to a fun trip. Keep your wallet handy, your passport safe, and your AirPods at the ready for those loud talkers.

Fashion-forward and utilitarian. Detachable hood turns the jacket into a bomber perfect for everyday city use.

Sleep better in transit with their comfortable (and detachable) memory foam neck pillow.

Power Bank Pocket keeps your phone charged.

Slim-view water bladder for hikes, biking, or long walks down the riviera.

Waterproof and wind-resistant to keep you dry and warm.

Reflective piping for safety and visibility.

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If Santa Claus owned a portable espresso machine, this would be it…

Back in a winter-themed seasonal avatar, the Nanopresso from Wacaco is perhaps one of the smallest, most portable espresso machines in the world. It compresses every element of a coffee-maker into a form-factor small enough to fit right into your bag, and pair it with either a Nespresso pod or your own coffee-powder (placed in the Nanopresso’s pod) and you’ve got yourself espresso on the go, anywhere, anytime.

Partnering with artist Emma Tissier, Wacaco’s Nanopresso now comes in a bright red color, complete with seasonal artwork. Titled the Red Tattoo Pixie Edition, this Christmassy coffee maker is set up for a limited run, and comes with its own EVA foam case for you to carry around. Just add your coffee powder or pod and some hot water, let the pressure build up, and pour the freshest espresso right into Nanopresso’s cup. For a seasonal touch, top it off with a cinnamon stick and a spritz of Kahlúa!

Designers: Wacaco and Emma Tissier

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