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Mike Pomranz
June 22, 2017

If you’ve ever wanted to prove your strength by fighting an orange, this is about as close as you may ever come. As part of a campaign to help get kids interested in healthy eating, Nestlé and marketing giant Ogilvy & Mather have come up with a concept for an arm-wrestling juicer. How the hell did no one beat them to this idea? No wonder SkyMall went out of business.

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The design is pretty ingenious: The juicer is simply a regular manual citrus juice press, but the usual boring metal handle is replaced with a badass wrestler arm. The arm-wrestling juicer is part of a series of fun kitchen gadgets the two big companies dreamed up as a part of their United for Healthier Kids campaign. For the time being, all of the kid-friendly items, including the juicer, appear to be nothing more than interesting ideas. But hey, not even the bigshot lawyers at Nestlé can prevent you from retrofitting a juicer with a fake arm! Who wants to open an arm-wrestling juicer Etsy store?

[h/t Foodiggity]

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