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Mmm, foods taste so good stir fried in a wok. Problem is this culinary technique generates a lot of smoke most of which gets sucked up in overhead hoods but what about people who don’t have full kitchens? The Eliminate Smoke Wok saves the day. The handle hides a carbon filter and fan. Switch on the fan and smoke gets absorbed into the activated carbon.


Designers: Yitu Wang & Joy Zhang

Eliminate Smoke - Special Wok by Yitu Wang & Joy Zhang

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18 Comments

  • MM47 says:

    If you are Woking properly this is completely unnecessary.

  • TKoote says:

    This has to be the world’s smallest fan…

  • Tim Matter says:

    I don’t think cooking in a wok generates ANY smoke. unless you are using your wok as a small fire pit to roast marshmallows. mmmmmmmm…………marshmallows.

    I bet it produces a lot of steam though.

  • DH says:

    This is the most foolish design I have ever seen!

  • J says:

    I think this is a great idea! It looks streamline and modern. I want one!!

  • lord the almighty says:

    hahaha!

  • confucius says:

    No comment.

  • ray says:

    it’s a nice idea!

  • Iara says:

    nice idea

  • K says:

    Any thoughts on cleaning the wok. Can the handle be removed for washing or is it fine if the filter gets wet?

  • seriously? says:

    i have doubts, if you use a hood for cooking, you’ll know a small filter fitting into a handle piece is hardly enough…and where’s the outlet for extracted air to escape?

    good insight but not thoroughly thought through

  • seriously? says:

    i have doubts, if you use a hood for cooking, you’ll know a small filter fitting into a handle piece is hardly enough…and where’s the outlet for extracted air to escape?

    good insight but not thoroughly thought through

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