Waiting for freshly washed bras to dry is time consuming, but one enterprising inventor is trying to change that.
The Bra Dryer 2.0 resembles a futuristic mesh model of a woman’s bust. A wet bra can be placed over the device, which heats up courtesy an infrared light, evaporating moisture from padding and fabric.
Unlike a clothes dryer, the device won’t bend a bra’s wires, shrink it or otherwise ruin lingerie. The Bra Dryer 2.0 is also a quicker alternative to air-drying, which can cause moulded and padded cups to warp.
Inventor Alexander Farenniko created the device in 2009 and recently told Yahoo! News that, "this new design is an upgrade on the original Bra Dryer I came up with after a friend complained drying her bras were a chore and that it damaged them. I decided to invent something to help women of all bra sizes do so in more efficient ways.”
The Bra Dryer 2.0 can be used on A to H cup bras and is expected to retail for £100 to £130 when it hits stores.