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PRESSA Hanging dryer 16 clothes pegs, turquoise

Price € 4

How to get it

A clever hanging dryer with 16 clothes pegs for unruly socks, underwear, infants’ clothes and other smaller items. Easy to hang just about anywhere and folds to take up little space when not in use.

Article Number104.212.17

Product details

Suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.

Simple to fold up and put away.

UV-light protected, which helps the plastic last longer.


K Hagberg/M Hagberg

  • Material
    Polypropylene plastic (min. 20% recycled)
    Polypropylene plastic
    Synthetic rubber, Synthetic rubber

Weight & measurements

Height: 26 cm

Diameter: 40 cm

  • PRESSAArticle Number104.212.17

    Length: 26 cm

    Weight: 0.33 kg

    Diameter: 14 cm

    Package(s): 1


Great for any homeDebraThis little octopus keeps all my underwear together in one place. Handy for outdoor or indoor drying. Easy to store away. It has hard plastic so not easily broken5
Great value for money, easyAlanGreat value for money, easy assembly4
Bought twoAndrewI have one of these at home already. Really well made and strong (other similar ones have broken easily). I bought two to save on an extra trip back to the store5
Already have one and findSusanAlready have one and find them very useful5
HandyValerieLove them did not give 5 stars as they don't last a year. I bought them every 6 months to replace the broken one4
Handy itemAmyHandy little thing to have for laundry.5
HandyPatriciaI already had one but I bought a second one because it is so handy and I needed another one. It is the kids job to put hang the socks paired up in the "octopus".5
Very handyEmmaI love these as they are so handy for keeping socks & things together when on the line. Easy to use, this is my second one as we have a lot of socks in our house but a few of the pegs have snapped on the new one which is disappointing but still a very handy product.3
PRESSA Hanging dryer 16 clothes pegs, turquoise

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