This Bottle Will Heat Up Your Milk Without Elecrticity – Iiamo Go baby bottle – Gizmodo

Designer Karim Rashid has a knack for off-the-wall designs, so I wasn’t surprised to see his name attached to the Iamo Go baby bottle concept. This somewhat phallic-shaped bottle is supposed to heat milk to body temperature without using electricity.

The idea behind the Iamo Go is that it uses “a disposable capsule containing water and salt” instead of power cords to heat up fluids. The heat is generated as the salt in the organic cartridges is rehydrated, so it’s a safe reaction. Clever idea, and Karim even seems to emphasize the safe, child-friendly nature of the design with his lovely matching outfit:

via This Bottle Will Heat Up Your Milk Without Elecrticity – Iiamo Go baby bottle – Gizmodo.

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One Response to “This Bottle Will Heat Up Your Milk Without Elecrticity – Iiamo Go baby bottle – Gizmodo”

  1. iiamo has just won a GOOD DESIGN 2009 Award – one of the most if not the most prestigious design award in the world.
    To give you an idea GOOD Design was founded in Chicago in 1950 by architects Eero Saarinen, Charles and Ray Eames, and Edgar Kaufmann, Jr. and bestows international recognition upon the world’s most prominent designers and manufacturers for advancing new, visionary, and innovative product concepts, invention and originality, and for stretching the envelope beyond what is considered ordinary product and consumer design.
    iiamo won together with among others Apple and NASA (!) and will be exhibited at The Chicago Athenaeum in the GOOD DESIGN Show for 2010 in Chicago in June, 2010.
    Also, iiamo just received a Best of Year 2009 Merit Award from Interior Design Magazine.

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