The Eva Solo Citrus Press was created by designers Claus Jensen and Henrik Holbæk from Tools Design. By pressing a half of a fruit gently against a star made of stainless steel, juice is squeezed out of the fruit. Juice and pulp flows into the hand-blown glass carafe. A plastic funnel prevents the seeds from falling into the freshly squeezed juice. Now the fresh drink can be served immediately from the glass jug; no more tedious refilling into a second vessel.
The Citrus Press consists of a star, two stainless steel plates that are fixed in a 90° angle to one another, and a black plastic funnel. The jug is made of high-quality hand-blown glass and has a capacity of up to 0.6 litres of freshly squeezed fruit juice.
The Eva Solo Citrus Press was awarded, among others, the Formland Award in 1999 and the IF Design Award in 2001.