Sailor’s Square Pots Hit RV Market

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Through an inspired moment while competing in a solo ’Round the World Yacht Race in 2007, sailor Graham Dalton asked himself why pots and pans were round and difficult to store, especially in small spaces as in galleys.

Launched three years ago in the Australian and New Zealand RV markets, his idea of square-shaped pans has now reached the U.S.  

The induction-based pots are a set of three square pots with rounded corners and come with a detachable handle that fits on all four sides of the pot. 

With a high-quality Teflon interior and custom silicon mats that protect the pots when storing and double as trivets on the counter top, the versatility is outstanding. Further, the handle can be detached and the pot and lid sealed to then become a container to store food in the refrigerator.

Taking in account the small storage space in a galley or RV kitchen, the SmartSpace pots, nest inside one another with the handle and lids for ease of storage and because of their unique shape, fit right into the corner of cupboards.

The fry pan is sold separately from the three pot kit and comes with a removable handle.  It is sized to fit the largest pot (with the other pots inside if desired), nestled as if made for each other. A fry pan lid is sold as an addition.

Packaged in four-color retail packaging, SmartSpace Solutions is ready for any retailer to display. The product is sold to RV or marine dealers or directly to the consumer. A YouTube video shows the ease of use and how compact the set really is for storage.

Visit www.smartspacesolutions.com for more information.


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