PRESSAHanging dryer with 16 clothes clips, turquoise


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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

Article Number104.212.17
  • Main parts:

    Polypropylene plastic (min. 20% recycled)




    Synthetic rubber, Synthetic rubber

  • We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.


Height: 10 ¼ "

Diameter: 15 ¾ "

    Hanging dryer with 16 clothes clipsArticle Number104.212.17

    Length: 10 ¼ "

    Weight: 12 oz

    Diameter: 5 ½ "

    Package(s): 1


Handy and cute to boot! 😂LauraGreat for hanging artwork while it dries and great for hanging masks, socks, jewelry, ties, etc. We use these for a multitude of uses!!!5
Great products!PAULGreat products!5
A much needed gadgetevelyneI always have some items I wash by hand and no space to dry them. This is a perfect, space saving tool and I use it on a regular basis5
Amazing for leggingsAmberAmazing for leggings5
This product has been soAmandaThis product has been so useful for hanging our daughters cloth diapers. It is well made and sturdy. The only downfall is that the hook isn't wide enough for our standard closet rods so we have to improvise.4
Very useful and cute.RachelVery useful and cute.5
HandyMARIAPerfect for air drying lingerie!5
This is simple yet suchFRANCESThis is simple yet such a great asset when doing my laundry room. I use it for holding socks and other small items while drying.5
PressaJESSICAI love this versatile octopus!! It has become my favorite laundry room assessors! I even went back and bought some for my friends.5
great for trying small thingsARLENEgreat for trying small things- i hang from shower rod... it easily folds and stores when not in use5
Favorite must have!KitOne of my favorite products from IKEA! I recently picked up 2 more octopus clips since I'm expecting baby no.2. These are great for the baby clothes, socks or undies. Holds up well and it's price friendly. Plus saves money on throwing your clothes into the dryer and helps you save money on that electrical bill. Air drying is way better!!5
good- 4Jose l.good- 44
We love our Socktopus!Kelly F.Perfect for line drying our wool socks and underthings.5
Good priceBRANDYGood price5
Your undergarments will thank you!AnnMarieHang up in your laundry room and give some TLC to your underthings. They'll last longer and it will tickle you to see them hanging up on a mint octopus.5
DryingYVONDIAGreat drying rack. Wish the hook was wider, but was able to use a fix to hang in the closet.5
AdorableAmyI use this as a drying rack for art work in my class or for drying winter outerwear.5
UsefulneliaI have total of 3, good quality5
Pressa is perfectLoriWe use this daily to hang washcloths and towels to dry, using several clips for the heaviest items. It’s also perfect for hanging bras and underwear after washing.5
PRESSA Hanging dryer with 16 clothes clips, turquoise

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