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    Electrical Clothes Hanger Dryer


    Winter can be pretty sucky as your clothes will have a hard time drying out on a clothesline unlike in summer, but good thing there’s this thing known as dryers (which consume a whole lot of juice, obviously, but that’s the price to pay if you don’t want to wear soggy underwear for the entire winter season).

    Well, there is nothing quite like a little bit of improvisation in the form of the Electrical Clothes Hanger Dryer. Retailing for a relatively affordable $28.04, the Electrical Clothes Hanger Dryer must be connected to a power outlet, and when turned on, hot air will blow out of it to turn whatever’s hung on it as dry as the Gobi desert. Well, almost. Be careful not to plug this in when your hands are wet though!

    Via: Coolest Gadgets

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