Keeping your utensils high and dry!

Kohler is literally a household name. As in, not only is it a well-known brand, it makes great household items! Take for instance the Lift, Kohler’s answer to your wet-utensil related problems. The Lift was designed to take on all sorts of utensils, treating them differently, rather than having them all stashed and dripping away in the same container. The tray consists of an upward raising barrier that allows you to put large utensils like casseroles and saucepans in without having them falling out. The barrier can be collapsed for regular utensils like dishes that can easily be stacked in the grooves of the Lift. Lift also comes with a rather neat collapsible cutlery holder that opens up only when you need it, providing rather useful scenario-specific real-estate. The same goes for a collapsible rack that allows you to dry stemware (wine glasses) with ease, rather than having them lying around with plates and forks, gathering scratches while standing a chance of getting broken. The Lift also has a water channel at its base that guides all the run-off water directly into the sink, keeping your counter neat and your utensils dry.

Designer: Kohler

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Keeping your utensils high and dry!

Kohler is literally a household name. As in, not only is it a well-known brand, it makes great household items! Take for instance the Lift, Kohler’s answer to your wet-utensil related problems. The Lift was designed to take on all sorts of utensils, treating them differently, rather than having them all stashed and dripping away in the same container. The tray consists of an upward raising barrier that allows you to put large utensils like casseroles and saucepans in without having them falling out. The barrier can be collapsed for regular utensils like dishes that can easily be stacked in the grooves of the Lift. Lift also comes with a rather neat collapsible cutlery holder that opens up only when you need it, providing rather useful scenario-specific real-estate. The same goes for a collapsible rack that allows you to dry stemware (wine glasses) with ease, rather than having them lying around with plates and forks, gathering scratches while standing a chance of getting broken. The Lift also has a water channel at its base that guides all the run-off water directly into the sink, keeping your counter neat and your utensils dry.

Designer: Kohler

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Keeping your utensils high and dry!

Kohler is literally a household name. As in, not only is it a well-known brand, it makes great household items! Take for instance the Lift, Kohler’s answer to your wet-utensil related problems. The Lift was designed to take on all sorts of utensils, treating them differently, rather than having them all stashed and dripping away in the same container. The tray consists of an upward raising barrier that allows you to put large utensils like casseroles and saucepans in without having them falling out. The barrier can be collapsed for regular utensils like dishes that can easily be stacked in the grooves of the Lift. Lift also comes with a rather neat collapsible cutlery holder that opens up only when you need it, providing rather useful scenario-specific real-estate. The same goes for a collapsible rack that allows you to dry stemware (wine glasses) with ease, rather than having them lying around with plates and forks, gathering scratches while standing a chance of getting broken. The Lift also has a water channel at its base that guides all the run-off water directly into the sink, keeping your counter neat and your utensils dry.

Designer: Kohler

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Keeping your utensils high and dry!

Kohler is literally a household name. As in, not only is it a well-known brand, it makes great household items! Take for instance the Lift, Kohler’s answer to your wet-utensil related problems. The Lift was designed to take on all sorts of utensils, treating them differently, rather than having them all stashed and dripping away in the same container. The tray consists of an upward raising barrier that allows you to put large utensils like casseroles and saucepans in without having them falling out. The barrier can be collapsed for regular utensils like dishes that can easily be stacked in the grooves of the Lift. Lift also comes with a rather neat collapsible cutlery holder that opens up only when you need it, providing rather useful scenario-specific real-estate. The same goes for a collapsible rack that allows you to dry stemware (wine glasses) with ease, rather than having them lying around with plates and forks, gathering scratches while standing a chance of getting broken. The Lift also has a water channel at its base that guides all the run-off water directly into the sink, keeping your counter neat and your utensils dry.

Designer: Kohler

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May the gravitational force be with you

There’s probably a sizable overlap in the Venn Diagram that shows the intersection between Star Wars fans and Fitness Freaks. Onnit’s range of Star Wars inspired exercise gear couldn’t be more ideal for that audience.

Take for instance the kettlebells that come in rather realistic sculpted cast-iron, modeled using the heads of Darth Vader, The Imperial Stormtrooper, and Boba Fett. The idea behind using masked characters for the kettlebells not only makes for easier molding (imagine how annoyingly detailed a Chewbacca kettlebell would need to be), but also lends a certain gravitas and badass nature to the weights. The kettlebells also weigh in an increasing order of importance, with Boba Fett weighing in at 50 pounds, to the Stormtrooper being 60 pounds, and mister Vader weighing 70 pounds. Plus, if you thought these were cool, you should totally check out the Death Star Slam Ball and the Han Solo Yoga Mat!

Designer: Onnit

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