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Swash Tabletop Washing Machine Lets You Wash One Outfit at a Time

by Hazel Chua

Don’t have enough space in your apartment for a washing machine? You could always send your dirty stuff off to the laundry or get a tabletop washing machine instead. This thing is so small and compact that you can actually just keep it on your, well, tabletop.

Tabletop Washing MachineWith small size comes an expected corresponding shrinkage of capacity. Called the Swash, the minuscule washing machine only has a 250-gram capacity while requiring about 5 liters for every wash. Two-hundred fifty grams obviously isn’t much – you can probably only wash your outfit for the day at once but hey, that’s the trade-off you have to make for lack of space.


The Swash will be released in Japan on February 15th and will retail for ¥14,700 yen (~$160 USD).

[via FarEastGizmos via Oh Gizmo!]

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