This Slicer Turns A Simple Watermelon Into The Coolest Summer Popsicle
Pepo the watermelon slicer, designed by Avihai Ahurin.
Ideal for kids and parties, Pepo reduce the mess and increase the fun. This is a cool product in the hot summer days.
“My main goal was to make it simple, easy and fun, you can use it just like making cookies, simply cut the watermelon as thick as you want, and press Pepo down.” – said Avihai.
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