Would you buy a special dryer for your bra?
Help preserve bras’ structures with a new drying device.
If you’re sick of wasting time waiting for bras to air-dry, or you’ve lost too many cute bras by putting them in the dryer and winding up with a lumpy bra, then you’re in luck.
A new product set to launch next year is as innovative as it gets in the world of perfectly drying your padded bra.
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It’s called the Bra Dryer 2.0, a drying device that zaps bras dry in 20-30 minutes by using infrared light to soak up moisture -- without ruining the structure of the bra. “The idea actually came from a female friend who asked why it’s such a problem drying bras,” engineer Alexander Farennikov, 35, told the Daily News. “She said it’s always a hassle.” A conventional dryer is too rough for most delicate undergarments, and air-drying takes too long, Farennikov said. Thus, the creation of this innovative device.
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This product, which you use by draping the bra over the molding and then answering electronic questions about the size of the bra and the amount of padding, determines on its own how much time it will take to dry it.
The Bra Dryer 2.0 will be available in 2014 and will cost somewhere between $150 and $200.
Tell us: Would you buy a dryer for your bra?
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I can't see how using a a drying rack and a conventional fan would take more than 20 minutes. And instead of one bra getting dried at a time, you can dry the entire rack. minutes.
Hey ladies -- if you own at least two bras, then you have enough to make air drying not an issue.
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