The Universal Hammer has several features that really set it apart from the conventional type that comes to mind. Designed by Kim Minjeong, Jang Wonkyung and Mo Junyoung, this apparatus embodies a priority for more accessible practicality, plus a pinch of playfulness.
The 2013 Red Dot Design Award winning concept reduces the head of the mallet to a flattened cylinder, incorporating the nail puller into the tip instead. Now, if you were to take a look at the handle of the tool, you would see that this unlocks and separates into two handgrips. The purpose of this is to cater to those in need of two arms' muscles and some added stability and aim. Finally, the Universal Hammer has a unique holder that was inspired by a flower pot, holding a cluster of fresh hardware.
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The Universal Hammer Has Two Handles and an Unusual Holder
- By: Amelia RoblinDec 5, 2013