The Chemex Coffeemaker, a pour-over apparatus invented by scientist Dr Peter Schlumbohm 70 years ago, hasn’t changed a bit since it was designed. It’s the very definition of “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” So how did this quiet little device gain such a following?
Some products are so ingrained into the mushy greyness of our brains that we can spot their branding on just the shape of the product alone. It’s kinda sick, isn’t it? Within half a second, you already knew that that packet above was Heinz ketchup.
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