LORA CHEESE SCISSORS
Sharp wire cuts a slice of cheese off of the block. Ridged tips and scissor-action handle allows you to pick
up sliced cheese (a bit like tongs) and serve without ever touching the cheese with your hands.
Invented by a dad, tired of kid's fingerprints on his cheese.
THE LORA CHEESE SCISSOR STORY:
The story starts with the cheese box. In Denmark, most households keep several cheeses in a plastic box
in the refrigerator. The inventor of the Lora cheese scissor told us that he did not like to see his young
sons put their hands in the cheese box, pull out a cheese, pull a cheese plane across the cheese, pick up
the slice with their fingers to put on their bread, and hand the cheese back into the box. So he invented
a tool which would pick up the cheese, slice the cheese, deliver the cut piece, and return the cheese to the
box without ever touching the cheese with the fingers.
Then he had to design the factory that would make the tool. When we met him, he had a tiny operation
with three employees. We believe that Design Quest is the only store in the United States that can supply this tool.