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Second-Generation LG Styler Clothing Care System at CES 2015

Posted on Jan 9, 2015 in CES 2015, Product News by | Comments
Second-Generation LG Styler Clothing Care System at CES 2015

A Convenient Way to Freshen Hard-to-Maintain Clothes, Fast

LG Electronics has introduced an updated version of its one-of-a-kind clothing management system, LG Styler, at the 2015 International CES®. Offering more advanced features, a more compact form factor and greater affordability, this new LG Styler refreshes clothes without detergents, ideal for suits, coats and sweaters.

No washing machine can do what the latest LG Styler can do. Its Odor Removal feature uses steam to help remove nasty smells from smoke, food and sweat, with different aroma sheets that provide subtle, agreeable scents. The Quick Refresh function keeps clothes looking, feeling and smelling fresh, while the Moving Hanger Action gently shakes the clothes after steaming, to remove wrinkles. And the built-in heat pump generates warm air to prevent shrinking during drying.

Styler2_500LG TrueSteam™ spray technology, found in many popular LG washers, also provides effective sterilization at the touch of a button, eliminating 99.9 percent of germs and bacteria.* LG Styler has also been proven to eliminate approximately 92 percent of Perchloroethylene–the main chemical used in dry cleaning and a possible carcinogen–following a full 90-minute sterilization cycle.**

Among the new innovations is the Easy Pants Crease Care feature, removing wrinkles formed at the back of kneesfrom daily wear while maintaining perfect pleats up front. Compared to the original Styler, cabinet size has been reduced by 30 percent, yet it can hold up to four garments at once, while the rounded edge, modern glass door and tasteful aluminum handle integrate seamlessly with virtually any décor. The LG Styler’s controls are displayed on a front touch panel, and it operates at a whisper-quiet 40dB.

* BAF tested baby clothes, soft toys, blankets and wool for house dust mites. KATRI tested three shirts for Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli.

** By comparison, only 62 percent of Perchloroethylene will dissipate naturally over a period of eight hours.