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Published: Jan 22, 2015 06:57:22 AM IST
Updated: Jan 15, 2015 01:06:01 PM IST
Nuggets: Cool designs and tech

Husqvarna Concepts

The 401 Vitpilen and Svartpilen concepts from KTM-Bajaj feature 400 cc engines in a modern cafe racer and a lovely street scrambler design. Could this be the shape of Duke-based Husqvarnas to come? We think they could be, because a close look will quickly reveal that the bikes are sporting KTM Duke trellis frames in black, the same upside down forks and rear monoshock with the extremely familiar engine cases with new colours and branding. The third concept (not pictured) was the 701 which is a clean-looking supermoto-style urban creature.

Nuggets: Cool designs and tech

Capping It

Tired of picking up bottle caps lying around after the party’s over? The Trudeau Bottle Cap Catcher in glass not only opens your bottle, but also catches the cap.

Nuggets: Cool designs and tech

Steel, But Safe
Bonita’s Paradise Microwave Safe Stainless Steel Bowls are the answer to your worries of storing, freezing and warming food in containers of different materials. Not only do these make life easier, they also eliminate the health risks posed by storing and heating food in plastic containers. The bowls have stainless steel interiors and heat-proof plastic coverings.

Nuggets: Cool designs and tech

The Productive Cocoon

The media:scape Lounge with Hood from Steelcase is a work-cum-lounging space that creates visual and physical boundaries to provide just enough privacy for multiple activities, like one-on-one interactions, phone calls, focussed tasks, or just a simple time-out. The product consists of two components: A lounger (available in two-seater and three-seater options) and a hoodie that provides a semi-tent feel. The fabric canopy is available in a range of styles and colours.

Steel, but safe, The Productive Cocoon, Capping it, courtesy Better Interiors; Husqvarna Concepts, courtesy Overdrive

(This story appears in the 23 January, 2015 issue of Forbes India. To visit our Archives, click here.)

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