You don't usually see kitchen gadget makers falling back on blatant sexuality to sell their products. But after watching this oddly seductive promotional video Savora created for its recently released garlic press, maybe more companies hawking kitchenware should consider this approach. For some reason, I just ordered 10 of these.
The $30 glass, plastic, and metal alloy press features a self-standing design so you don't have to bury it in a drawer between uses. And it's engineered with a double-pivoting mechanism so every squeeze gives you a 6-to-1 mechanical advantage. Remember: nothing says sexy like a mouth full of garlic. [Savora via Notcot]