great business idea to sell unnecessary stuff to the well-off (£50!?)
Drybag laundry isn't a new concept
you could just buy yourself a normal drybag for about a tenner and work fractionally harder, (and, it really doesn't matter in this situation if it leaks a little) and maybe add a piece of bobbly rubber matting to it if you feel the need...
sorry to be cynical but it's a higher tech/higher cost solution to an age-old everyday issue
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geekinthesticks wrote (see)
Interesting idea. However, you could easily make one from a dry bag and one of those spiky rubber ball things
Come on admit it you along with a few others decided to save a few quid on having to buy a new address book by using an old phone directory.... you just crossed everyone out that you didn't know.
You're just a gear tart bedders, £50 for that is rediculous when a £10 dry bag would work just as well.
Each to their own though.
Bedouin wrote (see)
>there are easier and cheaper ways to wash your gear.
Care to elaborate?
Fifty quid, 30 quid, either way it's proposterous and a total waste of money.
If you can't improvise a was of washing a few items of clothing without forking out that kind of money you want your bumps feeling.
To coin a phrase, "the mind boggles".
I travel a fair bit and could see my self using this in my hotel room to wash a running top/socks underwear etc
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