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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8485 Auto1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Effie A mechanical home help is ready to take over the chore most people hate -- ironingNamed Effie, it irons up to 12 items of clothing at one go taking an average of just three minutes for each itemThe makers say the ?L699 GBP / ??Z790 Euros / $930 USD device , due to go on sale in 2018, saves people hours of time struggling with stubborn creases. Effie is said to be able to handle a wide range of clothes and materials including polyester, cotton, silk, viscose, and denim. The machine itself has been design to fit seamlessly into the home environment alongside a washing machine.To use it, wet and wrinkled clothes from the washing machine are hung on a pull-out rail. Once the start button is clocked, Effie proceeds to dry each individual piece of clothing, one at a time.It then use its patent-pending steam treatment technique to rid them of all creases.It involves what looks like a black bar passing slowly down the front and back of the garment.The rail moves each piece into the drying and ironing cabinet which automatically opens and closes.When the item us ready it is discharged on its hanger via a rail at the back of the machine.Effie is able to collect all water in a condenser which is easily removed for emptying,Being a modern device , it can also be operated using an app.London-based Effie was founded in 2015 with a mission to fully automate the home one chore at a time. Engineers Rohan Kamdar and Trevor Kerth started with laundry, as it is one of the most ubiquitous and time-consuming chores. They said:??? Ironing is a problem of time and effort ??" it takes a long time and it is difficult to do.???They said they developed Effie as a solution that both makes it 95% faster, and as easy as hanging up your clothes on a hanger.A recent survey found that ironing is the UK???s most hated chore, with half the country saying they disliked it, including 30% who said th
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8485 Auto1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Effie A mechanical home help is ready to take over the chore most people hate -- ironingNamed Effie, it irons up to 12 items of clothing at one go taking an average of just three minutes for each itemThe makers say the ?L699 GBP / ??Z790 Euros / $930 USD device , due to go on sale in 2018, saves people hours of time struggling with stubborn creases. Effie is said to be able to handle a wide range of clothes and materials including polyester, cotton, silk, viscose, and denim. The machine itself has been design to fit seamlessly into the home environment alongside a washing machine.To use it, wet and wrinkled clothes from the washing machine are hung on a pull-out rail. Once the start button is clocked, Effie proceeds to dry each individual piece of clothing, one at a time.It then use its patent-pending steam treatment technique to rid them of all creases.It involves what looks like a black bar passing slowly down the front and back of the garment.The rail moves each piece into the drying and ironing cabinet which automatically opens and closes.When the item us ready it is discharged on its hanger via a rail at the back of the machine.Effie is able to collect all water in a condenser which is easily removed for emptying,Being a modern device , it can also be operated using an app.London-based Effie was founded in 2015 with a mission to fully automate the home one chore at a time. Engineers Rohan Kamdar and Trevor Kerth started with laundry, as it is one of the most ubiquitous and time-consuming chores. They said:??? Ironing is a problem of time and effort ??" it takes a long time and it is difficult to do.???They said they developed Effie as a solution that both makes it 95% faster, and as easy as hanging up your clothes on a hanger.A recent survey found that ironing is the UK???s most hated chore, with half the country saying they disliked it, including 30% who said th
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8485 Auto1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Effie A mechanical home help is ready to take over the chore most people hate -- ironingNamed Effie, it irons up to 12 items of clothing at one go taking an average of just three minutes for each itemThe makers say the ?L699 GBP / ??Z790 Euros / $930 USD device , due to go on sale in 2018, saves people hours of time struggling with stubborn creases. Effie is said to be able to handle a wide range of clothes and materials including polyester, cotton, silk, viscose, and denim. The machine itself has been design to fit seamlessly into the home environment alongside a washing machine.To use it, wet and wrinkled clothes from the washing machine are hung on a pull-out rail. Once the start button is clocked, Effie proceeds to dry each individual piece of clothing, one at a time.It then use its patent-pending steam treatment technique to rid them of all creases.It involves what looks like a black bar passing slowly down the front and back of the garment.The rail moves each piece into the drying and ironing cabinet which automatically opens and closes.When the item us ready it is discharged on its hanger via a rail at the back of the machine.Effie is able to collect all water in a condenser which is easily removed for emptying,Being a modern device , it can also be operated using an app.London-based Effie was founded in 2015 with a mission to fully automate the home one chore at a time. Engineers Rohan Kamdar and Trevor Kerth started with laundry, as it is one of the most ubiquitous and time-consuming chores. They said:??? Ironing is a problem of time and effort ??" it takes a long time and it is difficult to do.???They said they developed Effie as a solution that both makes it 95% faster, and as easy as hanging up your clothes on a hanger.A recent survey found that ironing is the UK???s most hated chore, with half the country saying they disliked it, including 30% who said th
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8485 Auto1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Effie A mechanical home help is ready to take over the chore most people hate -- ironingNamed Effie, it irons up to 12 items of clothing at one go taking an average of just three minutes for each itemThe makers say the ?L699 GBP / ??Z790 Euros / $930 USD device , due to go on sale in 2018, saves people hours of time struggling with stubborn creases. Effie is said to be able to handle a wide range of clothes and materials including polyester, cotton, silk, viscose, and denim. The machine itself has been design to fit seamlessly into the home environment alongside a washing machine.To use it, wet and wrinkled clothes from the washing machine are hung on a pull-out rail. Once the start button is clocked, Effie proceeds to dry each individual piece of clothing, one at a time.It then use its patent-pending steam treatment technique to rid them of all creases.It involves what looks like a black bar passing slowly down the front and back of the garment.The rail moves each piece into the drying and ironing cabinet which automatically opens and closes.When the item us ready it is discharged on its hanger via a rail at the back of the machine.Effie is able to collect all water in a condenser which is easily removed for emptying,Being a modern device , it can also be operated using an app.London-based Effie was founded in 2015 with a mission to fully automate the home one chore at a time. Engineers Rohan Kamdar and Trevor Kerth started with laundry, as it is one of the most ubiquitous and time-consuming chores. They said:??? Ironing is a problem of time and effort ??" it takes a long time and it is difficult to do.???They said they developed Effie as a solution that both makes it 95% faster, and as easy as hanging up your clothes on a hanger.A recent survey found that ironing is the UK???s most hated chore, with half the country saying they disliked it, including 30% who said th
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8485 Auto1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Effie A mechanical home help is ready to take over the chore most people hate -- ironingNamed Effie, it irons up to 12 items of clothing at one go taking an average of just three minutes for each itemThe makers say the ?L699 GBP / ??Z790 Euros / $930 USD device , due to go on sale in 2018, saves people hours of time struggling with stubborn creases. Effie is said to be able to handle a wide range of clothes and materials including polyester, cotton, silk, viscose, and denim. The machine itself has been design to fit seamlessly into the home environment alongside a washing machine.To use it, wet and wrinkled clothes from the washing machine are hung on a pull-out rail. Once the start button is clocked, Effie proceeds to dry each individual piece of clothing, one at a time.It then use its patent-pending steam treatment technique to rid them of all creases.It involves what looks like a black bar passing slowly down the front and back of the garment.The rail moves each piece into the drying and ironing cabinet which automatically opens and closes.When the item us ready it is discharged on its hanger via a rail at the back of the machine.Effie is able to collect all water in a condenser which is easily removed for emptying,Being a modern device , it can also be operated using an app.London-based Effie was founded in 2015 with a mission to fully automate the home one chore at a time. Engineers Rohan Kamdar and Trevor Kerth started with laundry, as it is one of the most ubiquitous and time-consuming chores. They said:??? Ironing is a problem of time and effort ??" it takes a long time and it is difficult to do.???They said they developed Effie as a solution that both makes it 95% faster, and as easy as hanging up your clothes on a hanger.A recent survey found that ironing is the UK???s most hated chore, with half the country saying they disliked it, including 30% who said th
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8485 Auto1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Effie A mechanical home help is ready to take over the chore most people hate -- ironingNamed Effie, it irons up to 12 items of clothing at one go taking an average of just three minutes for each itemThe makers say the ?L699 GBP / ??Z790 Euros / $930 USD device , due to go on sale in 2018, saves people hours of time struggling with stubborn creases. Effie is said to be able to handle a wide range of clothes and materials including polyester, cotton, silk, viscose, and denim. The machine itself has been design to fit seamlessly into the home environment alongside a washing machine.To use it, wet and wrinkled clothes from the washing machine are hung on a pull-out rail. Once the start button is clocked, Effie proceeds to dry each individual piece of clothing, one at a time.It then use its patent-pending steam treatment technique to rid them of all creases.It involves what looks like a black bar passing slowly down the front and back of the garment.The rail moves each piece into the drying and ironing cabinet which automatically opens and closes.When the item us ready it is discharged on its hanger via a rail at the back of the machine.Effie is able to collect all water in a condenser which is easily removed for emptying,Being a modern device , it can also be operated using an app.London-based Effie was founded in 2015 with a mission to fully automate the home one chore at a time. Engineers Rohan Kamdar and Trevor Kerth started with laundry, as it is one of the most ubiquitous and time-consuming chores. They said:??? Ironing is a problem of time and effort ??" it takes a long time and it is difficult to do.???They said they developed Effie as a solution that both makes it 95% faster, and as easy as hanging up your clothes on a hanger.A recent survey found that ironing is the UK???s most hated chore, with half the country saying they disliked it, including 30% who said th
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8485 Auto1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Effie A mechanical home help is ready to take over the chore most people hate -- ironingNamed Effie, it irons up to 12 items of clothing at one go taking an average of just three minutes for each itemThe makers say the ?L699 GBP / ??Z790 Euros / $930 USD device , due to go on sale in 2018, saves people hours of time struggling with stubborn creases. Effie is said to be able to handle a wide range of clothes and materials including polyester, cotton, silk, viscose, and denim. The machine itself has been design to fit seamlessly into the home environment alongside a washing machine.To use it, wet and wrinkled clothes from the washing machine are hung on a pull-out rail. Once the start button is clocked, Effie proceeds to dry each individual piece of clothing, one at a time.It then use its patent-pending steam treatment technique to rid them of all creases.It involves what looks like a black bar passing slowly down the front and back of the garment.The rail moves each piece into the drying and ironing cabinet which automatically opens and closes.When the item us ready it is discharged on its hanger via a rail at the back of the machine.Effie is able to collect all water in a condenser which is easily removed for emptying,Being a modern device , it can also be operated using an app.London-based Effie was founded in 2015 with a mission to fully automate the home one chore at a time. Engineers Rohan Kamdar and Trevor Kerth started with laundry, as it is one of the most ubiquitous and time-consuming chores. They said:??? Ironing is a problem of time and effort ??" it takes a long time and it is difficult to do.???They said they developed Effie as a solution that both makes it 95% faster, and as easy as hanging up your clothes on a hanger.A recent survey found that ironing is the UK???s most hated chore, with half the country saying they disliked it, including 30% who said th
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8485 Auto1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Effie A mechanical home help is ready to take over the chore most people hate -- ironingNamed Effie, it irons up to 12 items of clothing at one go taking an average of just three minutes for each itemThe makers say the ?L699 GBP / ??Z790 Euros / $930 USD device , due to go on sale in 2018, saves people hours of time struggling with stubborn creases. Effie is said to be able to handle a wide range of clothes and materials including polyester, cotton, silk, viscose, and denim. The machine itself has been design to fit seamlessly into the home environment alongside a washing machine.To use it, wet and wrinkled clothes from the washing machine are hung on a pull-out rail. Once the start button is clocked, Effie proceeds to dry each individual piece of clothing, one at a time.It then use its patent-pending steam treatment technique to rid them of all creases.It involves what looks like a black bar passing slowly down the front and back of the garment.The rail moves each piece into the drying and ironing cabinet which automatically opens and closes.When the item us ready it is discharged on its hanger via a rail at the back of the machine.Effie is able to collect all water in a condenser which is easily removed for emptying,Being a modern device , it can also be operated using an app.London-based Effie was founded in 2015 with a mission to fully automate the home one chore at a time. Engineers Rohan Kamdar and Trevor Kerth started with laundry, as it is one of the most ubiquitous and time-consuming chores. They said:??? Ironing is a problem of time and effort ??" it takes a long time and it is difficult to do.???They said they developed Effie as a solution that both makes it 95% faster, and as easy as hanging up your clothes on a hanger.A recent survey found that ironing is the UK???s most hated chore, with half the country saying they disliked it, including 30% who said th
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8485 Auto1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Effie A mechanical home help is ready to take over the chore most people hate -- ironingNamed Effie, it irons up to 12 items of clothing at one go taking an average of just three minutes for each itemThe makers say the ?L699 GBP / ??Z790 Euros / $930 USD device , due to go on sale in 2018, saves people hours of time struggling with stubborn creases. Effie is said to be able to handle a wide range of clothes and materials including polyester, cotton, silk, viscose, and denim. The machine itself has been design to fit seamlessly into the home environment alongside a washing machine.To use it, wet and wrinkled clothes from the washing machine are hung on a pull-out rail. Once the start button is clocked, Effie proceeds to dry each individual piece of clothing, one at a time.It then use its patent-pending steam treatment technique to rid them of all creases.It involves what looks like a black bar passing slowly down the front and back of the garment.The rail moves each piece into the drying and ironing cabinet which automatically opens and closes.When the item us ready it is discharged on its hanger via a rail at the back of the machine.Effie is able to collect all water in a condenser which is easily removed for emptying,Being a modern device , it can also be operated using an app.London-based Effie was founded in 2015 with a mission to fully automate the home one chore at a time. Engineers Rohan Kamdar and Trevor Kerth started with laundry, as it is one of the most ubiquitous and time-consuming chores. They said:??? Ironing is a problem of time and effort ??" it takes a long time and it is difficult to do.???They said they developed Effie as a solution that both makes it 95% faster, and as easy as hanging up your clothes on a hanger.A recent survey found that ironing is the UK???s most hated chore, with half the country saying they disliked it, including 30% who said th
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8485 Auto1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Effie A mechanical home help is ready to take over the chore most people hate -- ironingNamed Effie, it irons up to 12 items of clothing at one go taking an average of just three minutes for each itemThe makers say the ?L699 GBP / ??Z790 Euros / $930 USD device , due to go on sale in 2018, saves people hours of time struggling with stubborn creases. Effie is said to be able to handle a wide range of clothes and materials including polyester, cotton, silk, viscose, and denim. The machine itself has been design to fit seamlessly into the home environment alongside a washing machine.To use it, wet and wrinkled clothes from the washing machine are hung on a pull-out rail. Once the start button is clocked, Effie proceeds to dry each individual piece of clothing, one at a time.It then use its patent-pending steam treatment technique to rid them of all creases.It involves what looks like a black bar passing slowly down the front and back of the garment.The rail moves each piece into the drying and ironing cabinet which automatically opens and closes.When the item us ready it is discharged on its hanger via a rail at the back of the machine.Effie is able to collect all water in a condenser which is easily removed for emptying,Being a modern device , it can also be operated using an app.London-based Effie was founded in 2015 with a mission to fully automate the home one chore at a time. Engineers Rohan Kamdar and Trevor Kerth started with laundry, as it is one of the most ubiquitous and time-consuming chores. They said:??? Ironing is a problem of time and effort ??" it takes a long time and it is difficult to do.???They said they developed Effie as a solution that both makes it 95% faster, and as easy as hanging up your clothes on a hanger.A recent survey found that ironing is the UK???s most hated chore, with half the country saying they disliked it, including 30% who said th
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8485 Auto1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Effie A mechanical home help is ready to take over the chore most people hate -- ironingNamed Effie, it irons up to 12 items of clothing at one go taking an average of just three minutes for each itemThe makers say the ?L699 GBP / ??Z790 Euros / $930 USD device , due to go on sale in 2018, saves people hours of time struggling with stubborn creases. Effie is said to be able to handle a wide range of clothes and materials including polyester, cotton, silk, viscose, and denim. The machine itself has been design to fit seamlessly into the home environment alongside a washing machine.To use it, wet and wrinkled clothes from the washing machine are hung on a pull-out rail. Once the start button is clocked, Effie proceeds to dry each individual piece of clothing, one at a time.It then use its patent-pending steam treatment technique to rid them of all creases.It involves what looks like a black bar passing slowly down the front and back of the garment.The rail moves each piece into the drying and ironing cabinet which automatically opens and closes.When the item us ready it is discharged on its hanger via a rail at the back of the machine.Effie is able to collect all water in a condenser which is easily removed for emptying,Being a modern device , it can also be operated using an app.London-based Effie was founded in 2015 with a mission to fully automate the home one chore at a time. Engineers Rohan Kamdar and Trevor Kerth started with laundry, as it is one of the most ubiquitous and time-consuming chores. They said:??? Ironing is a problem of time and effort ??" it takes a long time and it is difficult to do.???They said they developed Effie as a solution that both makes it 95% faster, and as easy as hanging up your clothes on a hanger.A recent survey found that ironing is the UK???s most hated chore, with half the country saying they disliked it, including 30% who said th
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8485 Auto1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Effie A mechanical home help is ready to take over the chore most people hate -- ironingNamed Effie, it irons up to 12 items of clothing at one go taking an average of just three minutes for each itemThe makers say the ?L699 GBP / ??Z790 Euros / $930 USD device , due to go on sale in 2018, saves people hours of time struggling with stubborn creases. Effie is said to be able to handle a wide range of clothes and materials including polyester, cotton, silk, viscose, and denim. The machine itself has been design to fit seamlessly into the home environment alongside a washing machine.To use it, wet and wrinkled clothes from the washing machine are hung on a pull-out rail. Once the start button is clocked, Effie proceeds to dry each individual piece of clothing, one at a time.It then use its patent-pending steam treatment technique to rid them of all creases.It involves what looks like a black bar passing slowly down the front and back of the garment.The rail moves each piece into the drying and ironing cabinet which automatically opens and closes.When the item us ready it is discharged on its hanger via a rail at the back of the machine.Effie is able to collect all water in a condenser which is easily removed for emptying,Being a modern device , it can also be operated using an app.London-based Effie was founded in 2015 with a mission to fully automate the home one chore at a time. Engineers Rohan Kamdar and Trevor Kerth started with laundry, as it is one of the most ubiquitous and time-consuming chores. They said:??? Ironing is a problem of time and effort ??" it takes a long time and it is difficult to do.???They said they developed Effie as a solution that both makes it 95% faster, and as easy as hanging up your clothes on a hanger.A recent survey found that ironing is the UK???s most hated chore, with half the country saying they disliked it, including 30% who said th
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8485 Auto1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Effie A mechanical home help is ready to take over the chore most people hate -- ironingNamed Effie, it irons up to 12 items of clothing at one go taking an average of just three minutes for each itemThe makers say the ?L699 GBP / ??Z790 Euros / $930 USD device , due to go on sale in 2018, saves people hours of time struggling with stubborn creases. Effie is said to be able to handle a wide range of clothes and materials including polyester, cotton, silk, viscose, and denim. The machine itself has been design to fit seamlessly into the home environment alongside a washing machine.To use it, wet and wrinkled clothes from the washing machine are hung on a pull-out rail. Once the start button is clocked, Effie proceeds to dry each individual piece of clothing, one at a time.It then use its patent-pending steam treatment technique to rid them of all creases.It involves what looks like a black bar passing slowly down the front and back of the garment.The rail moves each piece into the drying and ironing cabinet which automatically opens and closes.When the item us ready it is discharged on its hanger via a rail at the back of the machine.Effie is able to collect all water in a condenser which is easily removed for emptying,Being a modern device , it can also be operated using an app.London-based Effie was founded in 2015 with a mission to fully automate the home one chore at a time. Engineers Rohan Kamdar and Trevor Kerth started with laundry, as it is one of the most ubiquitous and time-consuming chores. They said:??? Ironing is a problem of time and effort ??" it takes a long time and it is difficult to do.???They said they developed Effie as a solution that both makes it 95% faster, and as easy as hanging up your clothes on a hanger.A recent survey found that ironing is the UK???s most hated chore, with half the country saying they disliked it, including 30% who said th
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8485 Auto1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Effie A mechanical home help is ready to take over the chore most people hate -- ironingNamed Effie, it irons up to 12 items of clothing at one go taking an average of just three minutes for each itemThe makers say the ?L699 GBP / ??Z790 Euros / $930 USD device , due to go on sale in 2018, saves people hours of time struggling with stubborn creases. Effie is said to be able to handle a wide range of clothes and materials including polyester, cotton, silk, viscose, and denim. The machine itself has been design to fit seamlessly into the home environment alongside a washing machine.To use it, wet and wrinkled clothes from the washing machine are hung on a pull-out rail. Once the start button is clocked, Effie proceeds to dry each individual piece of clothing, one at a time.It then use its patent-pending steam treatment technique to rid them of all creases.It involves what looks like a black bar passing slowly down the front and back of the garment.The rail moves each piece into the drying and ironing cabinet which automatically opens and closes.When the item us ready it is discharged on its hanger via a rail at the back of the machine.Effie is able to collect all water in a condenser which is easily removed for emptying,Being a modern device , it can also be operated using an app.London-based Effie was founded in 2015 with a mission to fully automate the home one chore at a time. Engineers Rohan Kamdar and Trevor Kerth started with laundry, as it is one of the most ubiquitous and time-consuming chores. They said:??? Ironing is a problem of time and effort ??" it takes a long time and it is difficult to do.???They said they developed Effie as a solution that both makes it 95% faster, and as easy as hanging up your clothes on a hanger.A recent survey found that ironing is the UK???s most hated chore, with half the country saying they disliked it, including 30% who said th
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 8485 Auto1 04/10/2017 See Ferrari text Picture must credit : Effie A mechanical home help is ready to take over the chore most people hate -- ironingNamed Effie, it irons up to 12 items of clothing at one go taking an average of just three minutes for each itemThe makers say the ?L699 GBP / ??Z790 Euros / $930 USD device , due to go on sale in 2018, saves people hours of time struggling with stubborn creases. Effie is said to be able to handle a wide range of clothes and materials including polyester, cotton, silk, viscose, and denim. The machine itself has been design to fit seamlessly into the home environment alongside a washing machine.To use it, wet and wrinkled clothes from the washing machine are hung on a pull-out rail. Once the start button is clocked, Effie proceeds to dry each individual piece of clothing, one at a time.It then use its patent-pending steam treatment technique to rid them of all creases.It involves what looks like a black bar passing slowly down the front and back of the garment.The rail moves each piece into the drying and ironing cabinet which automatically opens and closes.When the item us ready it is discharged on its hanger via a rail at the back of the machine.Effie is able to collect all water in a condenser which is easily removed for emptying,Being a modern device , it can also be operated using an app.London-based Effie was founded in 2015 with a mission to fully automate the home one chore at a time. Engineers Rohan Kamdar and Trevor Kerth started with laundry, as it is one of the most ubiquitous and time-consuming chores. They said:??? Ironing is a problem of time and effort ??" it takes a long time and it is difficult to do.???They said they developed Effie as a solution that both makes it 95% faster, and as easy as hanging up your clothes on a hanger.A recent survey found that ironing is the UK???s most hated chore, with half the country saying they disliked it, including 30% who said th