The search for sustainability and nuclearisation are proceeding rather quickly and solutions aimed at saving energy and singles flock.
After Scrubba Mini, the washing machine in one hand, it is the turn of a curious dryer that works very quickly and is 9 plus as big as a toaster: it's called Morus Zero.
It is able to dry clothes for about one and a half kg at a time, and uses a special patented pump to create a vacuum environment inside the drum. The absence of air means that the water inside the clothes is dried at a lower temperature than otherwise necessary, saving heat and energy compared to traditional dryers.
A sensor does the rest, detecting the state of the clothes and stopping the device when it has finished its work: a drying cycle lasts about 15 minutes. There are no fans, the water leaking from the clothes is collected in a special tray to be emptied from time to time.
That's not all: Morus Zero integrates an ultraviolet light capable of killing 99.9% of the bacteria present in clothes.
The manufacturing company has launched a campaign of crowdfunding on Kickstarter, and you can book a copy for about 280 €. Once on the market, the sale price will be around € 530: hurry up before all the pieces dry!