Nusskubus was designed by the Berlin design duo Adam and Harborth and brings the archaic nutcracker directly into civilised people's homes.
Memories of our Stone Age ancestors come alive, when the dressed homo-sapient sits at the table and opens nuts by striking two wood cubes against each other.
The Nusskubus's cube has three smooth depressions, that can embrace any size nut. Put whichever nut you choose in one of the craters and strike both cubes against each other: As a result, the shell will be cracked open and you will receive immediate satisfaction from this unconventional nutcracker.
The Nusskubus is made of 2 cubes out of beech wood. The cubes are waxed and come in a gift box with instructions.