December 2, 2005

Tonfisk Newton Milk & Sugar Set

Tanja Sipila Newton Tonfisk

Finnstyle 1871 8494033Newton is a new and practical way of serving sugar and milk for coffee or tea. The mechanism in the Newton-set is based on gravity and allows you to pour milk or cream without removing the sugar bowl on top of the creamer…the mechanism keeps the bowl still while you tip the pitcher.

We can see ourselves amazing guests over the holidays with such a clever invention. A nice cup of single serve coffee and perhaps a cream and sugar physics trick? Thanks Newton.

Via MoCo Loco at FinnStyle

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Posted by Jay Brewer at December 2, 2005 8:59 AM
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Very cool, I like it! But it seems a bit pricey at $70. ;-(

Chris


Posted by: Chris Meisenzahl at January 15, 2006 2:17 PM
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