Simple but genius: The Kant pizzacutter by Koziol reminds us of a stone tool of the earl history of humanity because of its archaic design. The functions thereby are more than modern.
The handle of the Kant pizzacutter have angular surfaces – a humorous reference to the Stone Age shape of the cutter. However – or maybe because of it – the cutting device lies pleasantly and safe in the hands. The simplest forms are the best ones: The Stone Age design comes from the French designer Serge Atallah.
The blade of the Kant pizzacutter cuts like a mincing knife, reliably and precisely. Koziol produces the pizzacutter of fiberglass, which ensures high resistance and a long life: Under high pressure the cutter remains stable and it doesn't lose its shape.