Designed by Matthias Zschaler for Suck UK is a fun twist on the traditional Christmas Nutcracker. Two Robot nutcrackers, one large and one small, are made of beechwood and painted in bright retro colors.
Using the ‘wind up key’ to break the nut, any nut, placed in their belly they are both fun and functional and make great gifts for the holiday season.
Large Blue Robot Nutcracker:
The large Blue Robot Nutcracker measures: Width 125mm x Height 330mm x Depth 60mm price: $40
Small Red Robot Nutcracker:
The small Red Robot Nutcracker measures: Width 140mm x Height 220mm x Depth 50mm price: $30
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above: a vintage Litho from the Colorcraft Poster Co. in Oklahoma City
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