Introducing The Elizabowl Fruit Holder

Introducing The Elizabowl Fruit Holder

Sarah Rae Smith
Jul 23, 2009

The fruit that rotates in and out of our household varies quite often. But once home, we always have a problem storing it. Bowls cause bruising, the refrigerator can alter taste, and we just don't have space for those hanging mesh baskets. But it appears our prayers have been answered with the Elizabowl and the super cool video of how it works...

The Elizabowl was created by Sarah K. O'Brien and holds a dozen pieces of fist sized fruit in it's expandable and collapsible pockets. They keep fruit away from each other allowing it to breathe without being crushed. Check out the video below to see it in action. We can't lie... we watched it more than once.

You can check out a few more details on this patented contraption (which we hope goes into production sooner rather than later!) from our friends over at Shelterrific.

Would you use this in your home? Or would it just be another thing to collect dust? Let us know in the comments below!

Related: Good Question: Best Way to Store Fruits and Vegetables?

(via: Shelterrific)

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