Ryohei Yoshiyuki Uses Caffeine for His Cigarette Ashes

By: Tisah Tucknott - Published: Aug 20, 2009   Updated: Jul 19 2011 • References: inewidea
It's known that coffee takes away the smell of foul odors with its own strong scent, but never did I imagine that an ashtray made of used coffee grounds would ever be created. Ryohei Yoshiyuki has designed the Coffee Ashtray for both caffeine and cigarette addicts.

By combining the two common addictive substances, the ashtray can absorb the putrid smell of cigarettes for those that don't appreciate your pack-smoking habits.

Implications - Ryohei Yoshiyuki's coffee grounds ashtray is a brilliant idea that finds a uses for a product that is typically regarded as waste. This innovative is remarkable for its ingenuity. Have a closer look at the photos and do not forget to leave a comment below. Stats for Ashtrays From Coffee Grounds Trending: Older & Chilly
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