Elaborate Kitchens Really Need to Be Smart Dressed

Must it always have to be about kitchens with lack of space? Can’t we for once focus on showing off smart products on counter-tops or wall mounted goodies! I vote for a change in perspective and say that stuff like the SmartSpace Dry Food Dispenser be on the forefront. It’s good to hold pastas, breakfast cereals, pulses etc, plus you can let your creativity get the better of you and fill it up in a very decorative way with color-coordinated dry snacks and beans.

The wall mounted version or the counter top dispenser ooze with style and detailing. For instance the dispensing knob looks cute and works like a tap, dispensing 1 ounce of food with each turn. The measuring cup at the bottom also measures out contents with accuracy.

Designer: Zevro [ Buy Wall Mounted or Counter Top ]

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SmartSpace Dry Food Dispenser by Zervo

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Counter Top

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    • Hossein says:

      ow.. very good. Of-home cooking and Ms. are very comfortable

    • Lamah says:

      That is very cool, I’d love to dispense my cereal from that.

    • sima says:

      i must say , i casually surf , & i always find gud product in ur site , plz inform me with your new product when ever & one more thing i want to know is, do u have a store in mumbai – india ? ? ? ?

    • food-town says:

      so good,oneday they will find their way in my kitchen

    • Chris Smith says:

      do you have any footage of this working? Thats a big weight of pasta to spin round and dispense…

    • chris says:

      i like the idea. i wonder if there’s the chance of each spin dispensing the right amount for 1 person for the different ingridients

      that would lead to different spins, etc but still…

    • lovighost says:

      Very, very nice! Would love to have some of these…! I like what chris says, that a spin gives you enough – like one spin on a cereal one would give you a certain amount of cereal.

      • lullaby says:

        In the product description it says, “one twist dispenses 1 ounce of product perfectly portion-controlled every time”

        • chris says:

          yes but remenber in the same amount of space you get far more rice than pasta, because pasta has those empty spaces that you cannot fill

          with this in mind you get less pasta (or loads more of rice)

          maybe that can be solved not with the spins but rather with the ruler that runs along the product

          if the ruler has some standard measurments (like litres, grams in sugar, grams in flower, grams in pasta)maybe that would help

    • chris says:

      yes but remenber in the same amount of space you get far more rice than pasta, because pasta has those empty spaces that you cannot fill

      with this in mind you get less pasta (or loads more of rice)

      maybe that can be solved not with the spins but rather with the ruler that runs along the product

      if the ruler has some standard measurments (like litres, grams in sugar, grams in flower, grams in pasta)maybe that would help
      BTW I love your blog!

    • The concept is neat and innovative. What makes it so cool is the overall functionality, the look and the simplicity involved. The filled containers just makes it look so much more cooler.

      Manish :)

    • Todd says:

      Again, please stop with plastic for kitchen products. Glass is a much better choice for food as it is inert and it retains its beauty. Check out the Le Parfait French Glass Canning Jar series at Amazon.com among other stores. I’ve been using the same ones for over twenty years and they still look brand new. They come in several sizes and are stackable. Granted they do not have a dispenser but they are stackable, come in different sizes so you can maximize space, won’t affect your food, and have the wonderful clarity that glass offers over plastic. Also they are extremely durable as I have never had one break even when dropped.

    • Carl says:

      what about the best before date?

    • JC says:

      I like the idea, as it would really help with portion control. We all know the US has issues with eating too much, and this could be a great starting point at controlling rations.

    • Cris says:

      Is there any issue with cereal going stale?

    • Luiz Guilherme says:

      Lord (a)

      I want to buy your new product by your website and pass your link here please.

      I look forward…

    • Jackiecando says:

      Can’t find your price list

    • Bhama says:

      this is fantastic Pl tell me is this available in india? if so tell me where i get

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