Tired of measuring spoons cluttering up your kitchen drawers? Then the Polygons measuring spoon may be for you.
This innovative spoon strikes the perfect balance between simplicity and functionality. It's made from a single flat piece of polypropylene and folds into four different measurements depending on how its picked up.
Developed by Indian industrial designer Rahul Agarwal, the measuring spoon doesn't just save space in the kitchen but also voids the need for additional measuring spoons. It's easy to care for and can be used for scraping food from hard surfaces.
The flexible material of the Polygons measuring spoon allows you to quickly go from measuring 1/2 tablespoon of sugar to 2 tablespoons of oil. Check out how it works:
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