The Breez Portable Dish Dryer Makes an Easy Job for the Kitchen Hand

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jun 23, 2011 • References: gizmag & electroluxdesignlab
At the end of a dinner party, you may reluctantly volunteer to help clean up the kitchen, but if your host and hostess happen to own a Breez Portable Dish Dryer, you'll be in for a very easy job.

Andrew Parsons of Canada's Humber College submitted this concept culinary contraption, landing him recognition as a semi-finalist in the Electrolux Design Lab 2011. His innovative gadget taps into a market that's been under-explored: the need for an appliance that dries off your washed plates and bowls, when leaving them in an overcrowded drying rack is not an option.

Offering a glimpse of a world where one is no longer expected to mop up every drop of water remaining on his clean crockery, the Breez Portable Dish Dryer boasts a channel of concentrated air traveling at 400mph that blows your dinnerware dry as its effortlessly passed through. Stats for Hi-Tech Dish Dryers Trending: Older & Warm
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