The Smooth Inductor by Kristine Erdmann Saves Energy and Cord Messes

By: Meghan Young - Published: Nov 16, 2012 • References: & yankodesign
While a wireless world seems completely appealing, there are some things that many assumed would never make that transition, the iron being one of them; the Smooth Inductor proves that assumption wrong. It does not require being plugged in to heat up. Instead, it works in tangent with an induction board. As soon as the Smooth Inductor makes contact with the induction board, it begins to heat up.

Designed by Kristine Erdmann, the Smooth Inductor uses a ferromagnetic sole plate system to accomplish that feat. The semi-transparent body gives an unobstructed view of this plate in action. Not only is the Smooth Inductor less cumbersome thanks to being free of cords, it also saves energy.

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