Scott Amron’s Stircle stirs your coffee without a stick and reduces waste


Scott Amron didn’t like the thought of all that plastic and/or wood being thrown away, so he created the Stircle. The device can be placed on any surface, or (as seen here) sunk into a hole cut into a countertop.

Users just place their unstirred beverage on it, and the Stircle automatically spins it in one direction and then the other, thoroughly mixing its contents.

Amron – who previously brought us dissolving fruit-washing labels – claims that not only is his invention less wasteful than using stir sticks, but in the long run is also more economical for coffee shops to use.

The Stircle is designed to sit in a hole cut out of any countertop with a simple hole saw and is available in a basic and advanced version which has faster stir times.

It should stir 50,000 cups using only about $0.10 of electricity at $0.12 per kWh. The Stircle is priced at $345 or $490 depending on the model.

The Stircle can be seen in coffee-stirring action, in the following video

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