Kitchen-Ready Radio Likes it Wet and Greasy

Kitchen-Ready Radio Likes it Wet and Greasy

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Taryn Williford
Feb 27, 2009

I don't know who else out there is like me, but I keep an iPod dock in my bathroom. I love to blast music while I'm getting ready in the morning. It's been pretty convenient for the most part—that is until Kevin Federline's brilliant rendition of Popozao (yes, it's really on my iPod) comes on in the middle of washing my face with my fingers all soapy and wet. I could imagine that those of you with kitchen-central iPod docks have the same problem with sticky, greasy fingers too. This concept radio is for you:

The DAB Digital Radio was made for use in a kitchen and coincidentally looks like a thermos—which could make for some interesting moments when the kids hurriedly grab their school lunch in the morning.

Because it was designed for use in a room that could leave other radios with a bit of collateral water, heat or impact damage, the DAB features a rubberized weighted base, splash-resistant design and internal enclosed speakers.

Even though you can, you might not want to push its buttons with your literally sticky fingers, so the touch sensitive buttons are made huge for use with your elbows or knuckles.

Check it out here in Orange, Green, Yellow or Blue at Yanko Design.

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