LAKELAND is selling a new “drying pod” that removes creases from clothes and could mean you never need to iron again.
The Dry:Soon electric dryer blasts 70C air around your clothes to get them dry within one to three hours.
The Dry:Soon electric clothes drying is available to buy nowCredit: Lakeland
There’s enough room for 12 garments on hangers and Lakeland says it costs around 15p an hour to run.
The retailer claims it takes around two hours to dry jeans, while it's less than an hour for lightweight clothes.
To use the drying pod, place your clothes on hangers and put them on the rail at the top of the device before zipping up the outside fabric cover.
Switch it on to make the hot air circulate, but don’t forget to use the timer to control how long it’ll run for.
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Lakeland says it’s perfect for delicates as the pod avoids the spin of typical tumble dryers.
The kitchenware store also claims the pod runs quietly and discreetly at less than 52 decibels to avoid an loud annoying fan sound.
But saying goodbye to ironing doesn't come cheap, as the Dry:Soon pod costs £59.99 online, including free delivery.
Lakeland has 68 stores in the UK so you can also browse in person by finding your nearest shop here.
We did find a drying pod cheaper online, with Amazon selling a similar product for £39.99 plus free delivery.
While Aldi is selling a heated clothes airer for £28.99 this week.
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