Foldimate laundry folder

At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week, attendees got a glimpse in to the future of various new worlds, including, domestic life!

FoldiMate is a robotic laundry folder and is designed to easily fold your clothes into neat piles, ready to put away.

It can fold an entire load from the waching machine in just a few minutes, and it’s so straightforward and fun to operate that the kids will probably be fighting over who’s FoldiMating.

It’s neat and modernist design mean you can place FoldiMate in any of the usual laundry areas around the house – whether that’s a bedroom, laundry room, or anywhere else. FoldiMate folds like an expert and stacks laundry automatically. This new digital-domestic assistant won’t use much electricity, and it should be no louder than the average dryer.

There is no limit on how much laundry it can fold and as when the drawer fills with around 15 folded items, you just empty it and put Foldimate back to work. It will fold up to twenty-five pieces of laundry in five minutes.

The Foldimate will ship next year, and is expected to cost around €900. Not a bad price, for a crease-free life for your family.

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