Aerospace Engineer Michael Chou designed the Midnight Slice, an ergonomic pizza slicer. Designer of the ergonomic ice cream scoop called the Midnight Scoop, Chou's new product is a huge success on Kickstarter.
The designer, known for his redesigning of humdrum objects, aims to advance the way kitchen tools are made. This pizza slicer boasts a sleek design that allows users to push through food using larger muscles in the chest, rather than weaker wrist muscles. It includes only three parts: the ergonomic handle, the sharp cutting wheel, and the wheel-tightened screw.
The handle features grooves for an easy grip and weighs 10.9 0z to facilitate seamless slicing. The Midnight Slice cuts through all kinds of food and is completely dishwasher safe.
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Aerospace Engineer Designs the Midnight Slice to Ergonomically Slice Pizza
1. Ergonomic Kitchen Tools - Designing kitchen tools with ergonomic features that utilize larger muscles in the body instead of weaker wrist muscles.
2. Minimalist Product Design - Reducing the number of parts in a product to a minimum while still maintaining functionality.
3. Crowdfunding Success - Using crowdfunding platforms to garner support for innovative products that solve common problems.
1. Kitchenware Industry - The kitchenware industry can benefit from incorporating ergonomic features in their products to improve user experience and reduce muscle strain.
2. Crowdfunding Platforms - Crowdfunding platforms can take advantage of the success of products like The Midnight Slice to attract more innovators to their platform and showcase successful campaigns.
3. Manufacturing Industry - Manufacturers can explore opportunities to streamline their production process and reduce production costs by creating minimalist yet functional products like The Midnight Slice.