Designed in Slovakia, the BiWa bicycle does not only get one from point a to point b but also doubles as a fully usable washing machine. The invention is one part bizarre and another part practical, using the movement of a bike's pedals to power its clothes cleaning feature.
Designer Barbora Tobolova is known for a range of collapsible and multi-functional projects and is the face behind the BiWa bicycle concept. The product resembles a traditional bike at first glace but also features a removable tub, designed to fit one's dirty clothing loads, detergent and water.
Fans of unique cycling gear will appreciate this conceptual bike concept. Though it may not be a reality just yet, this product is a definite possibility in the future and aims to reduce energy intake and cost.
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