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LG's sanitizing, odor-removing, steam-cleaning Styler closet is coming to Singapore!

By James Lu - on 10 May 2016, 9:50am

LG's sanitizing, odour-removing, steam-cleaning Styler closet is coming to Singapore!

The LG Styler, the steam-cleaning, sanitizing, odor-removing, futuristic closest that's about as close as you can get to having a dry cleaner right in your own home will soon be available in Singapore! LG will be launching the appliance in June this year.

We first saw the Styler at InnoFest last year, but it's now launching for the Singapore market. The Styler offers an easy, straightforward way to gently sanitize clothes, remove wrinkles and eliminate unpleasant odors left behind my smoke, food and sweat. It does this through LG's TrueSteam technology, which also helps to kill 99.9% of germs and bacteria. The Styler is also equipped with a unique Moving Hanger, which gently shakes clothes to remove wrinkles, as well as dirt and dust, leaving them looking crisp and fresh. When activated, the hanger operates at 180 revolutions per minute. 

The Styler also has an Easy Pants Crease Care feature located on the inside of the doors for removing wrinkles and forming perfect creases down the center of each pants leg.

If that's not enough, the Styler also has a built-in Gentle Dry feature, with an Inverter Heat Pump System. This lets you gently dry special-care clothing without worrying about shrinkage or damage. The low temperature drying is perfect for drying everything towels to cashmere sweaters without the need for tumbling. The Gentle Dry feature can achieve the same results as sundrying an item for 12 hours in just one hour!

To complement the Styler's high-tech features, the Styler offers an NFC Tag On feature, which allows users to download specialized cycles to their smartphones to be uploaded to the Styler. In addition, the Styler is equipped with LG's Smart Diagnosis feature, which can help users quickly and efficiently troubleshoot problems.

The Styler will retail for S$2,999, and will be available in Singapore from June. 

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