Cordless Tech for the Bathroom

Cordless Tech for the Bathroom

Julienne Lin
May 11, 2012

We like to keep electronics and anything that needs to be plugged in at a minimum in the bathroom. In a room with a lot of water and steam, it's best to keep the tech out if possible. It's also harder to hide cords in the bathroom because most bathroom counters don't come with convenient holes to slip your cords through and there are really not many hiding places for them. Here are three cordless essentials I use in the bathroom:

These three bathroom staples are well designed, cordless and come in fun colors.

Clarisonic Mia: Yes, I am one of the crazy owners of the $150 Clarisonic face scrubber, but to be fair, I received it as a gift and really like it. It's compact and cordless. The Mia and Mia 2 kits both come with a universal voltage charger.

Dirt Devil Kone Hand Vacuum: I've been a fan of Dirt Devil's Kone vacuum since college. It doesn't take up much space, it's perfect for picking up small items in the bedroom and bathroom (especially hair!). The shape is nice, and it doesn't look like a regular vacuum so I don't find the need to hide it in the closet. It's very portable and recharable as well.

ConAir Blowdryer: Almost everyone needs a hair dryer - some every day and some on special occasions. However often you need one, I'd suggest you get one with a retractable cord. Once I switched over to ConAir's Cord Keeper Styler, I was so happy to be rid of wrapping a cord around the dryer. This model and many other retractable cord dryers keep the bathroom free of cord tangles.

(Images: as linked above)

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