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CuttingEdge kitchen utensils - Using induction charing these utensils direct light via LED directly where you need it the most.

This project was designed for indoor and outdoor use when light is poor when preparing food.
Uses both solar and mains powered electricity.

Partially made from grafted poly-ethelene and ground coconut shell.
CuttingEdge kitchen utensils - Using induction charing these utensils direct light via LED directly where you need it the most.

This project was designed for indoor and outdoor use when light is poor when preparing food.
Uses both solar and mains powered electricity.

Partially made from grafted poly-ethelene and ground coconut shell.
CuttingEdge kitchen utensils - Using induction charing these utensils direct light via LED directly where you need it the most.

This project was designed for indoor and outdoor use when light is poor when preparing food.
Uses both solar and mains powered electricity.

Partially made from grafted poly-ethelene and ground coconut shell.
CuttingEdge kitchen utensils - Using induction charing these utensils direct light via LED directly where you need it the most.

This project was designed for indoor and outdoor use when light is poor when preparing food.
Uses both solar and mains powered electricity.

Partially made from grafted poly-ethelene and ground coconut shell.
CuttingEdge kitchen utensils - Using induction charing these utensils direct light via LED directly where you need it the most.

This project was designed for indoor and outdoor use when light is poor when preparing food.
Uses both solar and mains powered electricity.

Partially made from grafted poly-ethelene and ground coconut shell.
CuttingEdge kitchen utensils - Using induction charing these utensils direct light via LED directly where you need it the most.

This project was designed for indoor and outdoor use when light is poor when preparing food.
Uses both solar and mains powered electricity.

Partially made from grafted poly-ethelene and ground coconut shell.
CuttingEdge kitchen utensils - Using induction charing these utensils direct light via LED directly where you need it the most.

This project was designed for indoor and outdoor use when light is poor when preparing food.
Uses both solar and mains powered electricity.

Partially made from grafted poly-ethelene and ground coconut shell.
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Nicholas Blackburn
Industrial Designer Sydney, Australia