The inventors of GiraDora set out to create a clothes washing system using no electricity and very little water or manpower.
Sometimes you come across an invention that’s both novel and blindingly obvious. This one is a real “Why didn’t I think of this?” kind of development. Heck, I’m surprised noone else thought of it. Put simply, it’s a $40 washer-dryer that doesn’t weigh a tonne and doesn’t require any electricity. Washing clothes by hand is a time consuming and back breaking task, especially if you have to manually fetch every bit of water used. This invention allows the person doing the washing to sit down while doing so (using their body-weight instead of breeze block ballast found in regular machines). It not only cuts down on time spend washing, but frees up their hands for other tasks while doing so.
Who wants one?