Walk around any Japanese residential area any sunny day and you will see futon (both comforters and mattresses) hanging on laundry rods to dry out and keep bed mites at bay. But what happens on rainy days? For those there are special appliances, aptly named futon dryers, and if you are looking for one that is not only effective but also blends into the decor of your space, you need the Iris Ohyama Kararie Futon Dryer!
It isn't just the compact size (150 x 270 x 345 mm, 5.9 x 10.6 x 13.6") that makes the Iris Ohyama Kararie Futon Dryer an excellent choice: it's also its exterior, which is covered in a beautiful gray fabric. When you fold away its hose and tie up the power cord, it doesn't even look like an electrical appliance! As for its drying capabilities, with four modes (warm, winter, summer, and mite), five timers (15, 30, 60, 120, and 180 minutes), and an adjustable hose, it not only takes care of your bedding but also makes a very effective clothes dryer!
Specs and Features:
- Modes: warm, winter, summer, mite
- Timer: 15 mins., 30 mins., 60 mins., 120 mins., 180 mins.
- Temperature settings: 3
- Dimensions (with hose folded): 150 x 270 x 345 mm (5.9 x 10.6 x 13.6")
- Max. hose length (with nozzle attached): 125 cm (4.1 ft)
- Weight: approx. 4 kg (8.8 lbs)
- Power cord length: 2 m (6.6 ft)
- Power consumption: 870 W
- Instructions/manual: Japanese