The Philips 44722 Iron Exercises Eco Intelligence

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Oct 3, 2011 • References: industrialdesignserved
Until clothes dryers learn how to do the job for you, ironing will remain a tedious chore. The good news is that concepts like the Philips 44722 Iron make the process of pressing your work attire a great deal easier on your itinerary and the environment.

For one thing, this cutting-edge appliance boasts the ability to fill its own reservoir. The base acts as a dehumidifier, absorbing moisture from the air through an integrated "auto-gill" system which tops up the water in the steamer so you don't have to. It therefore cuts down on H2O consumption, and performs all the more admirably by recapturing the vapor it expels to use it once again. Designed by Rizki Tarisa, the Philips 44722 Iron is quick and efficient, moderating its electrical use by switching dormant when the user pauses on the job. Stats for Smart Sustainable Presses Trending: Older & Chilly
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