Edgewater, New Jersey, USA
Helen of Troy’s Braun Manual Nasal Aspirator created by the Edgewater Design + Innovation Team gives parents control of suction power while removing mucus quickly and gently giving parents reliable relief from congestion when needed.
Braun Manual Nasal Aspirator has recently been awarded a 2022 Good Design Award by The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies.
Using their own lungs, parents can start and stop as needed for a fussy child.
The soft, rounded form is non-threatening, comfortable in the palm, and can be concealed from the child’s view preventing fuss before use.
The straw-like form and textured grip allow for a pencil-like precision hold.
The flexible tube and raised lip on the mouthpiece give users the freedom to use it in any orientation with one hand, allowing parents to hold and comfort the child.
Two silicone tip sizes provide a soft, comfortable, and effective fit for a range of nose sizes.
The part break-up and large diameter chamber allow for easy disassembly and cleaning by hand or in the dishwasher.
The transparent chamber allows parents to see mucus being removed and the threaded connection keeps the mucus securely contained while in use.
The hygienic disposable filter acts as a barrier between parents and mucus and is easy to remove and replace after use.
Project: Braun Manual Nasal Aspirator
Designers: Edgewater Design + Innovation Team, Helen of Troy Limited
Manufacturer: Helen of Troy Limited