Brilliant Invention: Bloom Chips solves the Pringles vs Fat Hands problem

Alright! Who is the fat hands that crushed all my Pringles?

Can’t tell you how many times I’ve asked that question. No, but really, we used to take Pringles on boating trips. The biggest reason we’d pick Pringles was because they would make it all the way to the lake without getting crushed into crumbs. Until someone stuck their hand in, trying to get some out.

Eat em all at once

If you’re ready to eat all of your chips at once, you’d be better off with Bloom Chips packaging.

The neat little canister opens up to double as a serving bowl.

The container starts out as a Pringles like cylindrical tube, and then when you’re ready to eat stretches out to form a paper bow. All you have to do is remove the paper tube that keeps it closed.

The designers behind the Bloom Chips are Kwon Do-hyuk, Kim Seok-woo, Seo Dong-Han, In Sung-hoonm, and Lee Bum-ho. The design was so clever that the concept won them a Red Dot Design Award.

As a frequent Pringles eater, I thought this was an obviously awesome idea.

Image Source: Fast Co Design

Joshua Howland

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