Ricasol's Bra Dryer 2.0 uses infrared light to warm up and evaporate moisture in the bra's padding and fabric. According to the company, this allows it to completely dry out a bra in 20 to 30 minutes, instead of the hours if would take to hang dry. Because the brassiere is stationary inside the Bra Dryer and not tumbling around like it would in a traditional dryer, the underwire and other delicate components should not take a beating.
The Bra Dryer is able to accommodate bras ranging in size from A to H cup. The front of the dryer is replaceable, and different pieces are available for different cup sizes. It also has adjustable length straps in the back to accommodate different band sizes.
The Bra Dryer was actually conceived by Alexander Farennikov in 2009, but with the poor economic situation at the time, the company elected not to produce the luxury product at that point. Thanks to an improving economic situation and some design improvements over the original, Ricasol has decided that now is the time to bring it to market.
Buyers interested in purchasing Ricasol's Bra Dryer 2.0 can sign up to be contacted when it is available at the product page below. The company says the Bra Dryer will retail for somewhere between US$150 - $250.