World's smallest washing-machine can fit in your pocket
Centuries after the washing machine was invented, here's an innovative solution to your many cleaning needs. Meet the Sonic Soak Ultrasonic Cleaner, a multi-purpose cleaner that uses ultrasonic waves to clean anything from laundry to make-up products and even food items on a microscopic level. The best part? It can fit right into your pocket. Here's more on how this device works.
Sonic Soak claims to clean grime "with 99.9% efficiency"
Sonic Soak deploys 50,000 ultrasonic vibrations per second to break down dirt molecules. According to the website, this cleaner can get rid of the microscopic grime "with 99.9% efficiency" and even takes care of germs. All you need to do is place the device along with the item that needs cleaning in a bowl of water, plug in the adapter, and turn it on.
It uses 40X less water, 15X less power
Sonic Soak claims to be eco-friendly as it is noiseless, "uses 40X less water and 15X less energy" than your regular washing machines. Additionally, it can be used to clean laundry, food, jewelry, personal care tools, baby products, and more.
Here's how effective the device is with laundry
Sonic Soak assures that it goes gentle on your delicates and tough on the dirt. However, according to Reviewed, which tested the device, it only gives desirable results when it comes to recent stains made up of larger particles. Reviewed stated that the device works best as a "pre-treat option for delicate items." The Gadgeteer noted that it may need detergent for effective cleaning.
With glass and ceramic dishes, Sonic Soak didn't do well
Reviewed also tested the product on glassware and ceramic dishes. While Sonic Soak cleaned a wine glass just fine, it struggled with cleaning a coffee mug with day-old stains. It added that the stains came off with a single swipe of a paper towel.
Device struggled to clean make-up items, vegetables
For other items like spectacles and jewelry, The Gadgeteer and Reviewed observed decent results, however, the device again struggled with cleaning make-up items. Additionally, The Gadgeteer used the device to clean a potato and found that the results were comparable to a simple rinse. Reviewed stated, "For cleaning objects with tons of nooks and crannies, the Sonic Soak proved to be quite effective."
The device costs $150 or Rs. 10,750, ships worldwide
Basically, the device functions just fine as a travel companion when you don't have access to a washing machine, or for cleaning smaller, tricky-to-clean objects, like jewelry. So, if that's what you're looking for, you can buy it for $150 (Rs. 10,750) https://sonicsoak.com/products/sonic-soak (ships worldwide).