Leaving a hot iron to cool is a surefire way to increase chances of inflicting burns or even starting a fire, so the 'Pushiron' clothes irons are intended to help enable a safer experience. The 'Pushiron' works by incorporating an oversized button for control in order to ensure that the user never finds themselves struggling to make adjustments during use.
After the 'Pushiron' has been used and is going to be left alone, the quick cooling functionality can be engaged in order to ensure optimal safety for kids and parents alike. This means it will cool off far quicker to prevent a hot iron from being left unattended for extended periods.
The 'Pushiron' clothes irons are the design work of Jungho Lee.
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The 'Pushiron' Ensures Safety After You've Finished Ironing
- By: Michael HemsworthJul 4, 2017