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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8484 Iron 1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Hwang Daye A stylish new electric iron promises to eliminate the risk of burning and running clothes.And it also cuts the chances of causing burns by accidentally touching the hot ironing plate.The Pushe, by Korean industrial designer Hwang Daye has a hotplate that lifts up inside the handle, out of harms way, in between pressing clothes.When it needs to be used for the next garment, the person ironing simply pushes down on the handle and it drops into position.In between pressing, it pops back up.Inspiration came from seeing hot irons rested in a standing position between uses with the hot plate exposedThe iron has just won a silver medal at Korea???s K_Design awards.Hwang Daye said clothing irons can quickly cause burns on garments, people or pets if left unattended for even a moment.The Pushe Iron is designed to help eliminate this. Daye said the design lets users reposition garments or get more without having to worry that it will fall off the ironing board and start a fire or even burn a child or pet. OPS: The Pushe iron by Hwang Daye Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8484 Iron 1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Hwang Daye A stylish new electric iron promises to eliminate the risk of burning and running clothes.And it also cuts the chances of causing burns by accidentally touching the hot ironing plate.The Pushe, by Korean industrial designer Hwang Daye has a hotplate that lifts up inside the handle, out of harms way, in between pressing clothes.When it needs to be used for the next garment, the person ironing simply pushes down on the handle and it drops into position.In between pressing, it pops back up.Inspiration came from seeing hot irons rested in a standing position between uses with the hot plate exposedThe iron has just won a silver medal at Korea???s K_Design awards.Hwang Daye said clothing irons can quickly cause burns on garments, people or pets if left unattended for even a moment.The Pushe Iron is designed to help eliminate this. Daye said the design lets users reposition garments or get more without having to worry that it will fall off the ironing board and start a fire or even burn a child or pet. OPS: The Pushe iron by Hwang Daye. Left on the ironing board, face down, with the hotplate retracted, there is nop chance of burning clothes or someone brushing past and harming themselves Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8484 Iron 1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Hwang Daye A stylish new electric iron promises to eliminate the risk of burning and running clothes.And it also cuts the chances of causing burns by accidentally touching the hot ironing plate.The Pushe, by Korean industrial designer Hwang Daye has a hotplate that lifts up inside the handle, out of harms way, in between pressing clothes.When it needs to be used for the next garment, the person ironing simply pushes down on the handle and it drops into position.In between pressing, it pops back up.Inspiration came from seeing hot irons rested in a standing position between uses with the hot plate exposedThe iron has just won a silver medal at Korea???s K_Design awards.Hwang Daye said clothing irons can quickly cause burns on garments, people or pets if left unattended for even a moment.The Pushe Iron is designed to help eliminate this. Daye said the design lets users reposition garments or get more without having to worry that it will fall off the ironing board and start a fire or even burn a child or pet. OPS: The Pushe iron by Hwang Daye. Pressing down on the handle brings the hotplate into contac t with clothes during iron. Letting go causes the hot plate to spring up out of harms way Picture supplied by Ferrari