Japanese association Thanko recently launched a handheld, battery-powered device that allows we to rinse a dishes though removing your hands dirty.

Let’s face it, many people hatred soaking a dishes. And it’s not usually a duty itself that’s putting them off, though a fact that they have to reason those outrageous food bits while they’re doing it. Well, if you’ve been anticipating for a resolution to this problem, your prayers have been answered. Introducing “Kurasa Wash” a quirky handheld device that does all a unwashed work for you. Just take any unwashed plate or bowl, reason it with a dual crab-like arms of a device and afterwards usually pull a button. Kurasa Wash will supplement antiseptic and start spinning a plate while scrubbing it with brushes and sponges. All we have to do is reason a plate underneath using H2O for rinsing and you’re done.


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Compared to a unchanging dishwasher, Kurasa Wash is intensely compress and weighs usually 650 grams. Thanks to an ergonomic handle, it can be hold in a palm for prolonged durations of time though causing corner pain, and Thanko claims it can rinse dishes invariably for adult to an hour, on a full battery. Recharging takes around 2 hours.


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Kurasa Wash works with dishes adult to 220 mm in hole and a abyss of adult to 60 mm, so it’s suitable for both vast plates and bowls. You can also use it to purify chopstick or cutlery, by simply inserting them by a several brushed and sponges of a device.


Photo: Thanko

As we can imagine, Kurasa Wash is waterproof, so we don’t have to worry about H2O splashes on a buttons or other electronic components. It facilities revolution time controls, as good as a primer mode that spins a plate invariably until we press a symbol to stop it.


Photo: Thanko

Thanko claims that Kurasa Wash is directed during people who find soaking dishes unwieldy and who possibly can’t means or simply don’t have space in their kitchen for a common dishwasher.


Photo: Thanko

The handheld dishwasher was launched on Jul 31st during a cost of 8,800 yen ($79).