Squircle-Shaped Spinning Trays Make It Easier To Retrieve Items In The Back Of The Fridge

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Do you find yourself frequently clearing stuff from the front of the fridge so you can retrieve something sitting all the way in the back? Well, it can get annoying. Fortunately, that doesn't need to happen ever again if you use the Squircle.

Shaped at the intersection of a square and a circle, it’s a rotating disc tray that acts like a Lazy Susan for the fridge.  That way, you can get easy access to any item in the back, whether it’s the curry you made last week in a Tupperware container, an apple that’s been in the fridge for the past couple of weeks, or the half-eaten candy bar you’ve completely forgotten but suddenly remembered in your inebriated state. Yeah, alcohol triggers your sweet tooth.

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Measuring 27 x 3.5 cm (diameter x height), the Squircle is just the right size to be able to rotate inside most fridges, making it easy to retrieve items even in the most packed levels. The semi-round profile allows the tray to spin without bumping onto walls, while the semi-square shape gives it corners to maximize surface space on each shelf. Non-slip silicone at the base ensures the tray doesn’t slip even when saddled with heavier contents like bottles and jars, so it’s going to stay in the exact same place where you set it down. And since it’s, essentially, a mini-Lazy Susan, you can take it out of the fridge to use it as a serving tray, whether for a coffee table or a side table.

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The Squircle is available now, priced at €19.95.

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2 Responses

  1. Martin Moyle

    This makes perfect sense to make things easier. I have hard times grabbing some foods out of the fridge, so it makes sense to make a device something like this. I should buy one soon, thanks for sharing!

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  2. Brenda

    For this price, I am going to buy 2 of them! This is a great idea and even though it seems like it wouldn’t save space, I am thinking it would.

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