The Twist and Spout was created by a Swiss designer, Nicolas Le Moigne, and was featured at the Housewares Fair in Milan, Italy. It’s implications could mean an extended life for plastic bottles of any size with the standard screw top, but is it worth its production?
This may not be a groundbreaking concept but a quick and simple way to reduce the rate and scope of consumption and waste. The spout could be used for the obvious, such as watering the garden or perhaps attending to the family fish bowl. However, since this thing is made of plastic and aids in the consumption of plastic bottles (which the Twist and Spout requires for its function) does this really do the environment any good?
Although it seems pretty, and I’m sure it’s convenient, its value as an eco-friendly life extender to plastic bottles is far fetched. However, if you’re interested in buying one anyway they are sold here!