We don't separate our underwear from the rest of our laundry. We throw it in with like colors, turn the washing machine on and call it a day (well, until we have to take it out). If we did wash our undies separately &mdash that would be a whole different story of being completely wasteful.
Mr. Klein washes your underwear. We didn't realize there was such a large market for people who wash their underwear separate from the rest of their laundry. For those of you out there &mdash this is for you.
Mr. Klein, designed by Yoon Kisang is a washing machine that recycles and reuses water. You put water in the washer and it washes your underwear. Obviously, the water is then dirty. Mr. Klein doesn't see a problem with that and uses it again.. after doing a little thing we like to call filtering. The machine filters the water through its handle and the end result is clean water, again.
The washing machine doesn't need to be hooked up to any cords and can be put anywhere due to that very reason. The designer hasn't released the logistics of battery power/life or what the settings would be, but that's all with due time. We're hoping this will get picked up by someone because we could see a potential market for folks who wear expensive undies and can't mix them with the rest of their laundry.
Via: Yanko Design
Posted originally from: Unplggd