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Mobile Trouser Press: Iron Boy

by Lambert Varias
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Have you ever been embarassed at a meeting or a party because your clothes got wrinkled on the way? First of all, you’re going to the wrong parties. The best ones don’t require you to be clothed. Second, if you don’t want that to happen again, this portable clothes iron could straighten things out for you.

mobile-trouser-press

Google’s translation of this gadget’s Japanese name is Mobile Trouser Press, but of course you can use it on all sorts of clothing. It can heat to 95ºC in just 1-3 minutes and runs on either three AA batteries or via USB. As you can see in the pictures, its heating elements are inside a clip-like mechanism. This means its suited for ironing pleats or collars. If your entire shirt is a wrinkled mess, you’ll need a proper iron to deal with it.

Japanese online store eSupply sells the portable clothes iron for ¥980 (~$10 USD). Good thing we don’t have a dress code here. I don’t have anything worth ironing.

[via OhGizmo!]

 

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