Wow! That’s exactly the garlic press that I use and love!
The articulated crushing mechanism is the same as that used in the Kuhn Rikon Epicurean garlic press that everyone raves about, but the handles are much more comfortable, allowing you to squeeze down hard without having the press slip out of your hands (especially when wet).
I also like the hinged perforated plate. It can’t come loose and fall down the drain or get misplaced. This design also makes it easy to clean the mechanism with a toothbrush.
Finally, as you mentioned, the stainless steel is truly stainless – no annoying rust spots in hard-to-reach areas, even if you don’t dry it off completely between uses.
I’ve thrown away (or given away) dozens of poorly designed garlic presses over the years. The Zwilling Twin garlic press is the only one I’ve kept. A true “one percenter” among garlic presses!