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PRESSA Hanging dryer with 16 clothes clips, turquoise

Price $ 6.99

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 treated, which helps the plastic last longer.


K Hagberg/M Hagberg

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


Height: 10 ¼ "

Diameter: 15 ¾ "

  • PRESSAArticle Number104.212.17

    Length: 10 ¼ "

    Weight: 12 oz

    Diameter: 5 ½ "

    Package(s): 1


Octopus hangerTraceyThe Pressa octopus hanger is excellent! The clothes pins are strong, sturdy, and it’s so compact that it takes very little room to hang up to 16 items. 5
Use it EverydayMaryThis "octopus" hanger is so handy in my laundry room. I use it regularly to air dry my undergarments and other items I don't want to go in the dryer. It holds a lot! I took off one star because I had to purchase an "S" hook so it would fit on the closet bar I have hanging over my laundry sink.4
Holds My Small Laundry Great!AlbertGrips well and doesn't have any problem for quite a while. I've had one for nearly 2 years until finally one of the springs broke. Still reliable and cheap for what it's worth.5
Great!AllisonI love this! It’s super cute and very easy to use5
AdorableAmyI use this as a drying rack for art work in my class or for drying winter outerwear.5
Folds upDebWhen not in use. Good quality5
A friend asked me to be on the lookout for one of these and I found it at IKEA. Just what she wanted, but it took me a bit to figure out how to lower the legs.CharleneA friend asked me to be on the lookout for one of these and I found it at IKEA.5
So cuteKristyThis is a great product for hanging bras to dry.5
Laundry dryerLynnThis simple hanging drying tool works great.5
Just figured out how to open it!NancyI just realized that you have to pull down on the arms VERY hard to open them...but they didn't break.4
Can't figure out how to open it!NancyI just bought this today, and the "arms" are in the up position. They don't come down easily, and I don't want to break it. Am I missing something?1
Not perfect color but necessary to useDianaVery good and convenient too thanks to have that's5
Sturdy and convenientLymanIt's wonderful for lingerie and swimsuits after the pool. Sturdy and folds out of the way! My daughter named it Squidward!5
Useful little guy!MarcelaHe does the job happily.5
Genius!EileenProduct is fabulous and solves drying issues. Highly recommend for lingerie and socks and small towels for glasses, etc!5
Octopus hangerCasseeI really like it, my dryer is broken right now. This came in very handy5
Good for socks.LoriIf you handwash or don't have a dryer, this hanger is for you. Keeps the pairs of socks together and yet separate for hang drying. It is lightweight but sturdy - designed for hanging small items in a small footprint.4
Makes air drying laundry funBruceI’ve purchased several of these for myself and friends. Works great for drying scuba accessories. Spins, so wind aids in drying. And brings a smile. Surprisingly sturdy.5
Octopus Clothes DrierIvyI adore this! Have two and bought some for my mother in law and gave one as a present to a new mom. I've had the first one for almost two years.5
Great for BrasKatherine C.I bought it for my bras, and it works great. You can easily hold them in a verity of positions and the hanger is extra nice.4
PRESSA Hanging dryer with 16 clothes clips, turquoise

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