Easystir - assistant from Electrolux


As you know, time is money. Therefore, all and always want more things to do at the same time. But it is also known that when such attempts often happen unpleasant incidents that can completely ruin all the things we started. To minimize risk when trying to combine cooking and other chores, a Norwegian designer Lisa Prodotti Lasted (Lisa Frodadottir Låstad) was invented Easystir.

Its principle of operation is simple: automatic pomahival simply drop into a pan (or other utensils) and he will start to stir preparing the dish by twisting the silicone blades.

The secret of it is that pomahival equipped with a magnetic component that react to your induction stove. Thus, there is no need to worry about batteries or the electric network.

For ease of use Easystir has three speed levels that are easily adjusted one motion. In addition, thanks to the flexible silicone blades, pomahival able to adapt to any size of dishes.

He also has a fairly compact dimensions (24 cm and 15-21 cm in width along the span of the blades), which allows you to store it in the kitchen drawer with Cutlery.

Given the fact that some dishes such as soups, sauces, curries and the like require frequent or even constant stirring (in Indian cuisine there are dishes that need to prevent clock!), obviously, not in vain Easystir among the ten finalists of the contest "Design laboratory" from Electrolux. So now all Housewives can run for this super invention and not worry about what's going on in their kitchen. It is now in the kitchen, all will be calm.

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