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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


Super hangerROSANN C.Love this little guy to hang my “delicate” items that I don’t want to put in the dryer. Might need a second one🤗5
Space saving on Laundry DayKarenI hang many small items to air dry. This holds a lot of pairs of socks or other things in a small space. I had a different color for many years and the clips started to fail after awhile. I was able to put them back together, but this priced at a point it was worth getting a new one. It was hard to unfold and at first but it is getting better after a few uses.4
Works wellLizCan be tippy if not balanced with clothing pinned in opposite sides.5
Simple undergarment drying rackBethanyThis has eyes! Yes, I suppose a nod to an octopus? This is great for drying those undergarments that should not be placed into a dryer. Until I figure out how to hang in my small laundry room, this hangs in my shower. Very lightweight and easy to use. Also - it's in my favorite color!5
Great productEvelynAbsolutely would recommend due to the way it closes does not take up much space.5
It was easy to assembleElenaIt was easy to assemble from after watching YouTube to learn how to do it. I was disappointed cause it didn’t have instructions to assemble the product.4
Well built solidMarie-DanielleThis is well built and good buy , the only thing is the hook is too small to sit on an bathtub curtain rod ! Can be hung on a clothesline only.5
I love it a lot,BETTYI love it a lot, works perfectly for me5
Who doesn’t love an octopusTRACYWho doesn’t love an octopus in the laundry room! This replaces one I had hanging on a porch 9 months of the year; weather finally took its toll.5
Octopus HangerDianeGreat for hanging small items to dry.5
clothing dryerRebeccalove the design, reminds me of somehing from the past that was used to dry multiple pieces of clothing5
Handy item, second one ISusanHandy item, second one I have bought. Wish I could have bought another red one.5
Handy laundry toolNancyI have used this for years5
Little but usefulStaceyThis is pretty small but I use it for drying doll clothes anyway. It folds up and hangs conveniently!5
Octo-cute!DeliaGreat product! Very cute little octopus face. Love the color. Perfect to hang wet umbrellas, hand washed items, wash cloths, etc5
Great productsPNGreat products5
One is not enough.....PETERso I bought a second one. Extremely useful to hang dry lingerie, socks, and anything you can think of. Love it!5
3rd time getting this.ElizabethThis works really well for drying wool socks and other small items. It hangs off the drying rack without getting in the way.5
I love the usefulness ofCherylI love the usefulness of this item. Easy to store.5
PRESSA Hanging dryer with 16 clothes clips, turquoise

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