No my wrinkled shirts aren’t my style, despite what people say. My shirts are proof that man was never meant to use an iron. However, thanks to the Siemens Dressman, there may yet be a chance for mankind.
The Siemens Dressman has been designed as a replacement for your iron / ironing board for shirts and blouses. The gadget resembles the upper body of a mannequin. And somehow the product wasn’t called Iron Man. Fools.
The Dressman is made out of parachute silk and inflates with hot air to dry garments and smooth out any creases. Shirts are then pressed back into shape.
The Siemens Dressman will take approximately 6 to 8 minutes to iron your shirt. The mannequin will work on shirts with collars from 14 to 24 inches.
Now just pick up the pants press from Sharper Image and you can throw away the maid / wife.
Check out the official Siemens Dressman site.
via Tech Digest
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