Light My Fire Swiss Spice Humid-Proof Dispenser

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Retailers' Descriptions

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A humid proof, Swiss manufactured salt, pepper, and spice dispenser tested under extreme conditions around the world.

- EMS

Swiss Spice S&P Shaker (Spring 2010) Easily refillable, this humid-proof S&P shaker by Swiss is perfect for use in inclement weather or at home.

- Moosejaw

About 10 years ago, the inventor and designer Wietlisbach was travelling around New Zealand. He kept his salt in a film canister. Click! The lid popped off the canister and shortly after the salt had run all over his luggage.This experience was the cause for developing a safe and hygienic container during the following years.The first prototype was made of aluminium; extremely strong, but the weight was a problem . A solution using advanced materials was then pursued. Finding the right advanced plastic (no acrylic) was found to be a big problem. But working together with a Swiss expert from an industrially driven Institution for Technology and Research, an optimal solution finally was found.Thanks to a lot of Swiss Alpine members, the following test phase was conducted during the next two years in the entire Swiss Alpine panorama. Since Swiss Spice had also been on the Matterhorn countless times, the first packaging was created with a picture of this grand and famous Swiss mountain. 45g (empty)

- Ramsey Outdoor

Light My Fire Swiss Spice Humid-Proof Dispenser

previously retailed for:
$6.98 - $15.95

The Light My Fire Swiss Spice Humid-Proof Dispenser is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 25, 2011 at EMS.

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