A versatile container a user can easily operate to bring the product to the top of the container as the product is used.
Inventors Calvin Zick and Scott Piernot, P.E. have created a versatile new container for the Product Packing Industry. This container can be easily operated by the consumer to bring the product closer to the top of the container as the product is being used.
Ever have trouble getting all the peanut butter out of the bottom of the jar? Have you had to dump salsa back into the container after pouring it out? How about dumping Pringles out of the can because your fingers only go in so far? These same issues occur with countless products such as: paint, pills, snacks, etc. In turn, Inventors Zick and Piernot have created the Depth Adjustable Container!
The invention was created so you can access products that become difficult to reach as the product is used. It can be made in any height or diameter, depending on the best needs of the product being packaged. Additionally, the invention can be sold as a stand-alone product itself, similar to Tupperware or Rubbermaid. The container will reduce in size as the product is used and the contents will rise to the top. No need to tilt the container! The container is so versatile it can be used for both perishable and non-perishable items.
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