Sea to Summit X-Pot has won Backpacker magazine’s 2015 Editors’ Choice Award due to its smart design. This pot features lightweight body, with flexible heat-resistant silicone walls that collapse for compact storage. The hard anodized aluminum base creates optimum heat-distribution for great cooking performance (fast boil time) while the transparent lid offers good visibility to what’s cooking. There are 2 ribbed silicone handles that lock the lid to ensure you can transport X-Pot safely, there’s a pot holder on underside of lid, you can one handed eating directly from the hot X-Pot. However, please only use the silicone handles to the pot during transport, attaching them during cooking can damage the lid.
As part of having fun outdoor, you need to carry a cooking pot, but this can be the bulkiest item to fit in your backpack. You don’t have to worry about this issue with X-Pot, due to its collapsible design. It features a 2.8-liter (94.5 fl. oz.) volume, enough to cook a meal for 2 campers, the tall silicone walls make easy stirring.
The egg shaped scooter concept is ideal for one person commuting with an elegant and sporty look that can offer the feel of riding a sports bike. This Egg Scooter provides maximum safety for the riders by featuring sliding doors and front and rear bumpers. However, the front bumper structure has limited the front wheel rotation to 70 degrees, 35 degrees each to left and right from the center. The inner surface of the sliding door contains an armrest structured outfitted with airbag. The soft and surrounding seating arrangement makes it comfortable and safe for the riders to drive even on the roughest surfaces. The stylish front and rear lights have innovatively positioned to make the scooter stylish and attractive enough to attain the attention from all range of people.
Convenient Cavity bottle design takes the typical shape of our shampoo dispenser and adds a hole below the pump to make it much more convenient to use. The objective of this bottle design is to enable user pumping the shampoo out by using just one hand. With the newly designed shampoo dispenser, user can press down the pump using the thumb and slide the other fingers onto the bottle’s cavity to stabilize it. Using typical shampoo dispenser, most users usually require both hands for this task, one to press the pump and the other one to hold the bottle in place. This actually can be avoided if you install wall mounted dispenser, but then again, not everyone likes it.
The other advantage of having a hole under the pump is that user can conveniently hang the bottle. In order to get those last remaining drops of shampoo, the bottom of Convenient Cavity bottle is designed with an inclined at a small angle to make the shampoo flows directly to the end of the pump pipe. This concept is one of concept design winners from Red Dot.
Designers : Bao Haimo, Piao Hailong, Liu Yuancheng, Miao Pengpeng and Xu Kun