A gas BBQ for Morsø. Forno Gas is part of the Forno Family. It features direct and indirect heating. Materials are die cast aluminum, cast iron and Bakelite.
A collapsible ice scraper for Stelton.
Ice scrapers for cars are mostly down-scaled window wipers. They work fine from a functional point of view, but are not practical to stow away in a car when they are not used.
This ice scraper has a bistable hinge so it flips like a mobile phone, and can be folded together for compact storage. It has two edges; a hard one for removing ice, and a soft one for water.
The ice scraper received the Design Plus award in 2010.
A parking ring for Stelton.
The parking ring is attached on the inside of the windshield and is adjusted with a click movement similar to watches.
The ring format provides the required size without limiting visibility.
A tray with handle for Stelton.
Take Away can be carried with one hand, leaving the other one free for opening doors or serving. With the grip down, Take Away can be used as a normal tray. The rubber surface prevents the things on the tray from sliding around.
Reelight invented magnetic lights for bicycles, where light is generated when the bicycle is moving. The “rolling fireball” logo symbolizes this. The name is in a slanted type that emphasizes the movement.
Serving bowls for Stelton.
The ovenproof porcelain serving bowls are part of the Under Cover series. The fabric cover serves three functions; It keeps the food warm, protects the table, and allows you pass the bowls around without burning your fingers!
The bowls come in three sizes that can be placed inside each other for compact storage.
Coffee plunger for Stelton.
Under Cover is an alternative to a traditional Bistro plunger. Inspired by a tea cozy, the cotton fabric cover keeps the coffee warm and protects the table. Under Cover matches the Stelton bread bags and is available in a range of different colours.
A neoprene liner provides a secure fit between the glass and fabric.
The GN 9300 range, is a series of headsets and base units that offer wireless communication from traditional phones and IP telephony.
Headsets can be worn with three different wearing styles; earhook, headband and neckband. Among the design issues were ergonomics, usability and size. The boom provides the headset with instant recognisability, optimal placement of the microphone, and a good balance, with the battery and other components placed on the ear.
GN 9300 received the Japanese G-Mark Good Design Award in 2006, and the IF Design award in 2007.
Bread bags for Stelton.
With the theme lent from a miller’s corn sack, the bread bag is a simple three-in-one solution:
- With the sides folded down, the bag has a “normal” bread basket size.
- Fold the sides up, and there is room for twice as much.
- Close the bag with the hidden magnets, and the bread is kept warm without softening the crust.
The food-approved cotton fabric, keeps crumbs inside the bag, and off the table.
The Bread Bags received the Design Plus award in 2007.
BT 800 is a Bluetooth headset for Jabra.
Jabra wanted to develop a high-end Bluetooth headset featuring state of the art technology and a display. The challenge was to incorporate technology, usability, appearance and acoustic performance in a compact package.
A distinct feature is the jog-type volume control that gives a nice analogue feel to the product. A new earhook with a spring retention feature, combined with an angled eargel, provides optimal stability and comfort.