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Four New OXO Products to Get Excited About
Four New OXO Products to Get Excited About

Spring is a time for new beginnings… or in our case, new arrivals. Check out some of our biggest and most exciting launches happening this season.

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How OXO Gets Kids Excited About Engineering
How OXO Gets Kids Excited About Engineering

Here at OXO, we have a strong tradition of teaching middle and high school students all about product engineering because, well, we think what we do each day is pretty awesome and we want to share it! We love getting the younger generation excited about solving everyday pet peeves around the house so they can come and join our team later on.

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Behind the Design: OXO's Iconic Good Grips Handles
Behind the Design: OXO's Iconic Good Grips Handles

Ever wonder how the comfy, easy-to-grip handles ended up on so many of your favorite OXO products?

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Can’t-Live-Without OXO Products from Our Inventor Submissions Program
Can’t-Live-Without OXO Products from Our Inventor Submissions Program

OXOnians live to solve everyday challenges and never know when inspiration will strike. No one recognizes the truth in the statement “good ideas come from anywhere” better than we do. After all, it was a fishing rod that inspired the design of our egg beater(Opens in a new window). And a child’s toy was the basis for our now-iconic salad spinner(Opens

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How We Designed the Cubby Strollers
How We Designed the Cubby Strollers

At OXO we apply our “question everything” philosophy to every product we develop. When it came time to design our first line of baby strollers, we knew we wanted them to be lightweight and easy to fold, but also address pet peeves we experienced as parents and questions we had about strollers. We interviewed nearly 1,000 parents, both first-timers and old pros, met with baby store staff, and pored over hundreds of online reviews, to discover what people loved about their strollers—and what drove them nuts. Those pet peeves

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How and Why We Designed the Pull-Out Food Scale
How and Why We Designed the Pull-Out Food Scale

I am not a confident cook, so when I had to host Thanksgiving for 30 people, one of my biggest concerns was making sure I precisely followed the recipes of those far more skilled than me. I didn’t want to have too much or too little of anything and risk making my dishes too doughy, not sweet enough and so on. Accuracy, consistency, and proper conversion could mean the difference between a happy meal and a bunch of annoyed, rumbling tummies, but achieving those with just my eyeballs and my iPhone was tough. This was a situation where

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Why Silicone?
Why Silicone?

At OXO, our engineers work with many different materials to make the hundreds of products we sell (take a look at our Engineering Library to learn more!). From stainless steel to wood, nylon and more, we make sure we’re using the right material for the job. Last month, we talked about using glass for baby blocks(Opens

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Why Cleaning with Color Is More Fun
Why Cleaning with Color Is More Fun

Cleaning for most people is a chore. Getting on your hands and knees to scrub the floor or reach for dust bunnies under the couch isn’t something people typically look forward to. On the other hand (or foot), walking around barefoot at home and knowing how clean the floor is after you’ve swept and mopped is so unbelievably satisfying. That feeling is what drove us to take a second look at our household cleaning line and think about bringing in some joy and satisfaction to the chore.

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A First Look at Dorie Greenspan’s New Cookie Cookbook
A First Look at Dorie Greenspan’s New Cookie Cookbook

After a long, hot summer, we’re excited to roll up our sleeves, fire up the oven, and make some cookies! We chatted with our dear friend and everyone’s favorite cookie maven Dorie Greenspan, whose new book, Dorie’s Cookies(Opens in a new window), hits stores in October. She told us about her new #cookiesandkindness project

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OXO Fails: The Bagel Grip
OXO Fails: The Bagel Grip

Back in 1997, when OXO was still a pretty young company, we noticed two things: New Yorkers love bagels and cutting bagels is hard. We read reports of bagel-slicing injuries and struggled to split those hunks of bready glory apart ourselves. The thing about round food is that it doesn't like to stay in one place. So, a person's first instinct is to hold it—add a knife to the mix and no good can come out of it.

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The 2016 Kitchen Gadget O(XO)lympics
The 2016 Kitchen Gadget O(XO)lympics

Once every four years, we come together as both country and world to celebrate the fastest and toughest, the best-of-the-best, and watch them compete on a global stage. OXOnians are also a fiercely competitive bunch, dedicated to many of the same things that Olympic athletes are (efficiency, focus, and precision, to name a few), but there were surprisingly few events for engineering, product design, and speedy food prep at the Rio Olympics this year. So, we decided to host our own.

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Our Limoncello-Making Tradition (and Recipe!)
Our Limoncello-Making Tradition (and Recipe!)

When life hands you lemons, make limoncello—or at least that’s our motto here at OXO. Since the summer of 2011, OXOnians (what we call ourselves here at OXO) have been gathering together to peel lemons and make this Italian digestif. It originally made its way to our office by way of Leslie Henderson, our National Sales Manager.

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