R&D Globally Inspired Research and Development The inner workings of creating products at Aborder involves continually asking “How can we improve this product?” This is achieved through a detailed process starting with inspiration derived from around the world, backed by thorough research, executing tests on prototypes, and evaluating customer feedback to identify additional improvements. At Aborder, we strive to continue to find ways to make every product better before, during, and after development. Our Science of Product Development Discovery Research Design Prototyping Diagnostics Development Discovery From the US to China, to Munich to Malaysia, we are always searching for inspiration and ideas that can make your life easier. Research Our research and development team carefully reviews all customer feedback to constantly improve our products. Design With years of experience and established patents under our belt, our team successfully designs innovative, functional, and eye-catching products. Prototyping Our team thoroughly evaluates all questions and concerns that need to be addressed during the prototyping phase. Diagnostics Testing is an extremely crucial step in our process to identify areas of improvement before passing on to development. Development After the preliminary testing is complete, our engineers use high-quality materials to craft the final product for our customers. We put equal effort and concentration into every stage of the product development process. Our team of engineers put their analytical skills to the test with frequent quality assurance testing and diagnostics. We work to push the ceiling of perfection by striking a balance between customer expectations and technical engineering. Our team looks at every product from various viewpoints. As a consumer, what questions would you ask? How can I consistently brew the best cup of coffee? What is the perfect temperature? Is the coffee pot durable enough to withstand repeated heat and stress? How can I prevent getting coffee grounds in the bottom of my cup? These are the kinds of questions that make us take a second look at our products and analyze how our products can improve the task at hand better than ever before.