The term “design” was officially recognized when the German art school Staatliches Bauhaus was established in 1919, which asserted that design is the integration of art, culture, and science. The school promoted a human-oriented design philosophy and stressed that the purpose of design is people, not products. The current consumption market is consumer-centered. Understanding customers’ preference, general perception, and aesthetic perception of products while emphasizing human characteristics and creativity is the focus of the market. This focus facilitates the prevalence of Bauhaus design. This study explored the design and characteristics of commercially available classical products by investigating participants’ subjective evaluations on the design and pleasurability of classical Bauhaus-style products. In addition, an eye-tracking device was used to monitor the participants’ perception and observation of the products. The conclusions of this study are as follows: (1) The classical product design evaluation scale and pleasurability scale adopted in this study are feasible. (2) Characteristics of classical product design include aesthetics, creativity, functionality, and social responsibility. (3) Classical products that can improve personal image and demonstrate personal tastes are most pleasurable. (4) The details of simple design are more likely to attract attention, and such details also become the focus of the overall design. The results of this study can serve as a reference for product designers and related industries when creating design indicators. Researchers of related backgrounds can also refer this study to examine the focuses of classical product design at present and integrate these focuses into teaching, thereby cultivating talented designers who align with the needs of the current consumption market.