The measuring spoon shape of Polygons by Rahul Agarwal draws its inspiration from origami forms, meaning that it can be morphed into a number of different shapes and folded flat like a piece of paper for storing when not in use. The design is rectangular, with a crease down the middle that lets the spoon take on a range of different shapes, depending on the amount of ingredients that needs to be added to a recipe.
As well as being easy to use, the design is formed so that it fits naturally into the hand of the user. Since the measuring spoon can be folded flat, once the food products have been emptied out, cleaning is extremely easy because there are no crevices to dig into.
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