Stick Pin Iron: It clips your tie in place and is powered by either USB or an electric outlet to remove creases.
Light Iron: Designed by Tatasuya Kobayashi, the lighting reflects the temperature.
Easy Iron: Designed by Choi Hyemin, the Easy Iron sort of splits into two different bases for such tricky creases.
U-Buttons Iron: It irons neatly even the surrounding the surfaces of buttons.
Easyglider Steam Iron Concept: Designed by Gonçalves; it's super light weight, ergonomically correct, comes with sleek base with 3 wheels with lock mechanism, removable water tank that has a volume of 2 liters to provide plenty of steam and more.
Roly Poly Iron: The Roly Poly Iron designed by Wonkook Lee works on the rocking principle. When not in use, the iron is pulled back into a standing point.
A Menës Iron: Designed by Nico Kläber, especially for men; it's a black iron that comes with a surface of a regular large size iron and with a flick of the lever you get a tinier one for those smaller shirt sleeves.
Transparent Iron: This transparent iron lets you see the clothes while you are ironing them. Heat conduction works via a network of electrothermal wireswhile the soleplate is made out of tempered glass.
Roly Poly Iron - 2: The Roly Poly Irons designed by Wonkook Lee works on built-in weight mechanism; when not pressed down, the added weight to the handles rocks the iron back to a standing point.
360 Iron: It comes with a touch-screen display that replaces standard dials, and the design relaxes the hands by using a flexible, ergonomic junction that transfers twisting of the wrist to the iron itself.
Iron concept by A Wendel: The minimal design comes with a balljoint, that doubles up as a water tank.
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