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  • Ice cream Innovation (in Spanish)  |  El Pais  

Eto Wine Decanter

Sure, this is a first-world problem, but what a beautiful way to solve it. Design entrepreneurship at its best (check out the product development process at the bottom of their Indiegogo campaign), by UK designer Tom Cotton.

The Eto wine decanter can be supported and preordered at Indiegogo here. To see it in action, check the Eto website.

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