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Magisso Bulb Citrus Reamer


The Magisso® Bulb Citrus Reamer is the perfect choice for food and design aficionados alike. The double-ended organic shape suits for quick juicing of any size citrus fruits and is ergonomic and easy to use for any size hands. The bamboo stand keeps your table clean and is an elegant display for this high quality mirror finished eye catcher on your kitchen or dinner table. 

Magisso Bulb Citrus Reamer Art. No. 70308 by Simon Stevens

Magisso® Bulb Citrus Reamer set includes stainless steel reamer and a bamboo stand.  Designed for Magisso by Simon Stevens2015 Good Design Award winner.

  • Stainless steel Citrus Reamer is dishwasher safe, bamboo stand hand wash only.

Magisso is the Finnish brand on a mission. We want to make a difference and we are looking for troubles – to solve. That’s what all Magisso products are about. They are unique in terms of function, design and user-friendliness as ideas grow from an actual need, not from the marketing department. As Finns in general, Magisso products are simple but smart. The Magisso Home products have already been noted by CNN, InStyle, GQ, Wired, Fast Company and Apartment Therapy and received some of the world’s most prestigious design awards. Kitchen is the heart of Home Smart Home, so that’s where you find us.

Simon Stevens is the designer of the Magisso Black Terracotta series.  Stevens is an award-winning product designer and a driving force in ceramic design.  He has taught and lectured on the subject throughout the UK and is an admirer of the great Finnish designer and sculptor Tapio Wirkkala.  Originally trained in ceramic design Stevens has created award winning tableware designs and is a driving force within ceramics, tabletop and home-wares product design.  He has worked with some of the world’s most prestigious ceramic manufacturers and has taught and lectured on the subject throughout the UK.  Stevens’s dynamic creativity can be seen not only on the High Street but his most successful ranges are also part of the permanent collections of the V&A Museum and Frankfurt’s Museum of the Contemporary Applied Arts.
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