Can you see what’s missing from this modern clothespin? No metal spring! It’s called the Snapper and its genius lies in the POM nylon-related material and its unique die cast assembly method. Unlike primitive clothespins with two pins and a metal spring, the Snapper’s tensile rebound structure is created during the moulding process. This means manufacturing is completely automated with no need for human assembly!

Designer: Per Skovholt & Claus Molgaard


  • Alaor says:

    Finally true design in YD. I’m tired of fancy 3D rendering of dumb products and red dot ridiculousness.

    Your, insted, is a real and pratic product, well done, and solves a real world problem with a good solution.

    Good job!

  • Juliet says:

    Miix the ppoultry with a salad consisting of
    shredded low-fat cheeae and olive oil. Real Madrid does the same thing either, Nuri Sahin, Hamit Altintop and Fabio Coentrao is three new players in the Mourinho’s team.
    Who wiill win this cash between two giants of tthe sport.

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