"Four elements" - fridge organizer with braille inscription
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"Four elements" is a new system for fridge organization allowing easy
access to all items placed on narrow shelves and designed with special
thought of the visually impaired.
With "Four elements" you are just a simple turn away from easily
reaching everything on the shelve.
The system consists of 4 containers building a perfect circle
which is the inspiration for the name. Also instead of naming
the containers with different types of food,
engraved icons for the classical four elements (earth,
air, water and fire) are used leaving the choice of what goes where
completely to the user. In addition each of the containers has
engraved in braille letters the words earth, air, water and fire which
match the icons.
The plate is ergonomically shaped to allow easy access to the
container for pulling them out or placing them back in.
The access to the items you need has never been easier, forget about
the issues when trying to get something from the back of the rack,
just turn and get what you need.
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"Four elements" - fridge organizer with braille inscription by RDen is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Non-Commercial license.
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