A new way of storing food containers of different shapes and sizes in pull-outs, saving space and providing clarity, is now making its debut. „SpaceFlexx“ works with a flexible, elastic material, making optimal use of the storage space. Time-consuming searching, shaking and tipping over belong to the past. Kesseböhmer is presenting the innovation for the first time at SICAM in the Italian city of Pordenone from 15 to 18 October 2019.
The organising principle is so simple and ingenious: A framework of chrome-plated metal struts and plastic components connects five innovative horizontal dividers that can be moved along the struts. This innovation made of high-tech textile webbing “made in Germany” is called „nesttex“ and heralds undreamt-of possibilities.
Irrespective of their shape and size, stored goods can simply be inserted between the dividers and intuitively sorted or nested. „nesttex“ adapts itself to any container geometry and to the pull-out itself thanks to its elasticity. So everything can take its fixed place between the flexible webbing – without clattering or slipping around. This creates clarity and good access – not least because of transparent zones in the woven fabric. And it saves having to pre-sort everything.
„SpaceFlexx“ is a retrofittable modular system that is easy to assemble without tools and fits in all pull-outs upwards from 60 cm front panel width. As a high quality and highly technical material, „nesttex“ promises high performance and longevity. It is machine washable and can be cleaned in next to no time.
According to a survey by Kesseböhmer, 98 percent of all households in Germany use food storage containers; however, over 70% express dissatisfaction with their current storage situation. Even though the manufacturer has initially set its sights on the kitchen with the new product, „SpaceFlexx“ is proving to be as flexible as its users and is ideal wherever order needs to be restored amongst chaotic paraphernalia: in the bathroom, wardrobe or office, in the dressing room or utility room.
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