Bejewelled washing machine by Samsung uses same technology used in making diamonds
If there’s any product photo which has originated from Asia that’ll send all the readers of Idiot Toys into a spin, it’d be this one here. Yes, she’s a gorgeous woman in a wedding dress, modelling a washing machine. No, she probably won’t wash your M&S pants for free, but worth a try perhaps?
Samsung has partnered with a famous jeweller – no word who – and created the Hauzen, which uses technology similar to that used when shaping diamonds. This apparently causes your precious Primark gear to have a better wash-through, with the clothes-fibres remaining unscorched, and even your water and electricity consumption will come down a notch or three.
Of course, this probably won’t launch in the Western world, but it’s a nice idea, no? Oh, you’re not reading this? Too busy dribbling over the woman in the photo? Ahh.
(via Akihabara News)
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