Samsung airdresser

Samsung’s Bespoke AirDresser Freshens Between Washes

We won’t go as far as to say the Bespoke AirDresser from Samsung Electronics Australia is like having your own personal dry cleaner, but it’s basically the next best thing. The revolutionary clothing care system uses optimised air and steam to remove up to 99.9% of certain bacteria, dust, and allergens. As a result of its innovative powers, your wardrobe stays fresh, sanitised, and even wrinkle-free between washes. This glorious appliance was designed with busy Aussies in mind and it’s available to those very same Aussies for a suggested retail price of AU$2899.

Recently upgraded, the Bespoke AirDresser neutralises up to 99% of unwanted odours, reducing germs and smoothing out wrinkles in the process. It resembles a sleek locker and comes available in the new colour of Cotta Charcoal, so as to blend with a host of modern or minimalist decors. To have one in your arsenal is to keep your clothes looking as if they came straight from the dry cleaner, with a fresh smell and smooth appearance to show for it.

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How does this thing even work? You might ask. The answer touches down on a number of innovative features. To keep your clothes fresh, for instance, a Sanitise function uses powerful and proprietary JetSteam to both steam and revitalise your garments when they’re inside the system’s domain. Infusing high-temperature heat deep into the fabric of your apparel, linens, bedding, and even baby clothes, the JetSteam tackles up to 99.9% of certain germs whilst removing pesky dust mites and certain odour-causing gases.

The Bespoke AirDresser also uses a Deodorising Filter to further tackle the odour-causing gases that you might get from sweat, food, tobacco, and other sources. Made of ceramic, the filter works in dry conditions and humid ones alike, breaking down odour-causing particles and preventing unpleasant smells from accumulating inside the device. To quote Outkast: “So fresh and so clean!”

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Leave the door open and you can take advantage of the system’s Dehumidification function. It helps preserve the condition of your remaining wardrobe by drawing in the room’s air, extracting the moisture, and then expelling dry air. Think of it as a room dehumidifier that protects your clothing or bedding from mould and you get the idea.

Then we have Wrinkle Care, which is every bit as effective and convenient as it sounds. Using JetAir and JetSteam, this feature can remove up to 100% of wrinkles from woollen clothes and up to 80% of wrinkles from rayon material. It even works on bulkier apparel such as long dresses, coats, or jackets, so that they’re ready to wear when you’re ready to wear them. Your days of ironing may very well be over.

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Andrew Wand, Director of Home Appliances for Samsung Electronics Australia, said the following: “The Bespoke AirDresser transforms how we care for our clothes, designed with busy Australians in mind, in one simple step you can steam or sanitise your clothes to give them that ‘fresh from the dry cleaner’ feel all from the convenience of your own home. It is especially helpful for clothing items that usually require extra attention like silks, business suits and other delicates.”

He went on to call the product a “next-generation appliance” that “revolutionises the way we think about our laundry.” Put one to the test and you may soon readily agree. It’s available now for a suggested retail price of AU$2899 from Samsung.com and leading retailers.

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Jacob Osborn

Jacob Osborn is an accomplished author and journalist with over 10 years of experience in the media industry. Jacob holds a Bachelor's degree in English and Communication Arts from the University of Wisconsin--Madison and has previously written for Stacker alongside co-authoring a Young Adult novel through Simon & Schuster. Now based in Portland, Oregon, Jacob specialises in entertainment, technology and alcohol reporting. You might find him crate-digging at the nearest record store or sampling whisky at the nearest bar. He daydreams of travelling around the world, but for now, the world will have to come to him by way of lifestyle products, gear, gadgetry, and entertainment. Let's call it a happy compromise while he saves up for the next big trip.