18 objects that are perfectly designed and can't be improved any further
Some things are so timeless, recognizable, and intuitive that it doesn't make any sense to try to improve them.
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Business Insider spoke with multiple designers, including Peter Rohles, an industrial designer at the software company solidThinking, and Dan Formosa, a former designer at OXO, to get a sense of which products are at or approaching perfection.
Here are the products that don't need any second thoughts.
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