Edwin, an elegant and ecological juicer
The planned obsolescence has me up to the nose. I still remember when most appliances lasted for years, and could be fixed with a little skill. Now a washing machine doesn't last ten years, and it costs more to fix than a new one. That is why designs such as Edwin, an elegant and ecological juicer, are appreciated.
The elegance part does not need to be explained, because it is obvious that it is a beauty made of wood and white ceramic, it does not look like an electric juicer, but a manual one. But the most relevant thing is its ecological facet, which I explain below.
On the one hand, the juicer is made of easily recyclable materials that are not very aggressive to the environment, such as wood and ceramic. On the other, its mechanism is built with easily replaceable elements, so that if one fails, it can be replaced without having to dispose of the device. In addition, at this end, it is disassembled to be recycled in parts.
Without a doubt, a magnificent idea from the designer Natalia Coll, creator of this little juicer beauty named Edwin. As a good Valencian lover of natural orange juice, I want one.
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