Samsung is most famous for its phones and televisions – but it sometimes throws the world a curveball. It’s just unveiled a futuristic cupboard that’s designed to save you from having to wash clothes.

The AirDresser basically dry-cleans your clobber, offering ‘a new and efficient method of caring for clothes’ that keeps them ‘refreshed and revitalised without washing’. Samsung wrote: ‘As it prolongs the period between washes, less stress is put on fabrics, particularly delicate materials.

‘And with the growing trend of people choosing to invest in sustainable, higher-quality garments that will cause less damage to the environment, the AirDresser ensures that garments will last for longer.’ The product offers several features that ‘have been built with gentle care for clothes in mind’.

It has a bespoke ‘jet-air’ system and three ‘air hangers’ that freshen clothes by using powerful jets of air to loosen and remove dirt and dust, even from deep within the fabric.

It also uses ‘jet steam’ to remove bacteria from garments and ‘heat pump drying’ which provides delicate care for clothes by drying them at a low temperature, reducing the chances of shrinkage and heat damage.

The AirDresser also ‘captures and removes odours from your garments’ using a deodorising filter. ‘The filter also ensures no odours are left behind!’ Samsung wrote. Samsung’s Airdresser also does a pretty good impression of a normal cupboard and ‘resembles a stylish, contemporary wardrobe that fits seamlessly into any home’.

You won’t need to plumb it in either because the cyber-closet is fitted with a water tank. Now the bad news: the price. You’ll have to be the sort of person that gets a lot dry-cleaning done to make any savings when buying the Airdresser. Samsung’s wardrobe of the future will be available to purchase from Thursday 23rd January for £1,999 from Harrods and Samsung.com.


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