Tilt 20 Dispenser Reduces Wastage and Increases Convenience

Tilt 20 dispenser concept redesigns our conventional dispenser shape in order to reduce wastage and increase convenience. During a party, a big dispenser is often use to serve drinks such as punch, juice, soda, or ice tea, however as the beverage runs low, we usually tilt the dispenser forward to get the last drops. It’s an inconvenience way to pour your drink, isn’t it?

Tilt 20 dispenser concept was born out of the inconvenience above. The base of this container incorporates a chamfer to allow it stands at an angle or vertically. When the dispenser is full, its center of gravity allows it to stand vertically, while the volume of liquid becomes less and less, it can be tilted 20-degrees (now you know where the name came from) to rest on the chamfered section of its base. In this way, all remaining liquid will be pooled around the tap outlet, making it easy for anyone to dispense until the last drop of the beverage inside.

Designers : Hsieh Hung-Chung and Lin Kai-Ting

Tilt 20 Dispenser Concept by Hsieh Hung-Chung and Lin Kai-Ting

Tilt 20 Dispenser Concept by Hsieh Hung-Chung and Lin Kai-Ting

Tilt 20 Dispenser Concept by Hsieh Hung-Chung and Lin Kai-Ting

Tilt 20 Dispenser Concept by Hsieh Hung-Chung and Lin Kai-Ting

Tilt 20 Dispenser Concept by Hsieh Hung-Chung and Lin Kai-Ting

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Ray says: February 20, 2013

Doesn't make much of a difference if the inner base right behind the tap is still parallel to the ground.







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