Anyone who has spent any amount of time baking/cooking/experimenting will know the tedium of measuring ingredients but outside of pre-measured packets what could make it easier?
Cass Caps work much like your ordinary measuring cups, only instead of a key ring of clinking metal cups, you have a specially designed cap-of-sorts that screws onto your spice jar. Say what? It’s true. Have a look.
You set the caps to one of two options: either at ¼ tsp or ½ tsp. Once you’ve set the measurement, you just turn the bottle over, give the cap a twist, and you’re done.
Need more than that? Just twist it multiple times for larger amounts – let’s hope your fractional measurement multiplying skills are up to snuff. Outside of the functionality it provides, the design is somewhat interesting.
Cass Caps took over two years to create with, during that time, over 100 different designs and 150 3D printed models made and tested before arriving at the final solution you see today. The caps are made from FDA compliant, BPA free polypropylene and 100% recyclable, as is the glass jars.
Does it actually make measuring easier? Over 1100 people seem to think so. They’ve hit their $10,000 funding goal, have design and patent in place with manufacturing ready to spin up in October. A two jar/cap pack starts at $24 and up to a 12 jar/cap pack for $69. Delivery is set for December 2020.