Reginox’s Niagara sink wins Red Dot Award: Product Design 2015
17 April 2015
The Red Dot Design Award is a highly regarded, internationally recognised accolade that is bestowed to only the best and most creative designs. This year, Reginox is one of the few who have been awarded the prestigious Red Dot Award: Product Design 2015.
Reginox’s latest sink, the Niagara, boasts a versatile design that caught the eyes of the Red Dot jury. The Niagara addresses the fact that we use, and waste, a large amount of water when washing dishes in the sink. Square sinks, in particular, use a disproportionately large amount of water, especially when you’re washing larger items like a pot. The ingenious design of the Niagara sink feature two bottom levels, allowing you to save money and contribute to a better environment. Reginox guarantees that its stainless steel sinks are produced under the most careful conditions, and offers a lifetime warranty on its stainless steel products.
The Niagara sink has a number of clever, innovative features, such as a stainless steel bottom-grid which can also be used as a hot plate. You also have the option to attach a colander to be used as either a storage box or a refuse container.
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