Modular Tools for the Modern Home Never Sit Idle
Auxiliary Tools share a single powered base so as to streamline a homeowner's toolkit
Gareth Ladley, a freelance industrial designer based in London, was inspired by how much time home appliances spend sitting idle. An egg beater only sees action a few times a month, while lawnmowers sit ignored through an entire winter in most areas. He developed Auxiliary Tools for the kitchen, so a single, modular tool would waste less money and space.
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