SpudNik looks more like an adult toy of the sort found in Ann Summers or Agent Provocateur than a Russian spacecraft. It certainly doesn’t look like a potato masher, which is what it is. Designed by And Design, it is ‘a radical step away from the traditional bash and crush’, according to a statement. Spudnik works by a rotational action and ‘reduces the effort of mashing by up to 50 per cent’, which makes you wonder how they measure these things. A Design Week guinea pig took Spudnik home for a test run and found it ‘very satisfying’, as only a potato masher can be.
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