Touch&Glide iron has legs / knows how to use 'em

Ryan Block
R. Block|08.01.05

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Ryan Block
August 1st, 2005
Touch&Glide iron has legs / knows how to use 'em image
Touch&Glide iron has legs / knows how to use 'em image
Oliso Touch&Glide

Not that we have that big a problem walking away from our irons when pressing our Anne Demeulemeester crisp for the day, but if we did we sure would be glad to have an Oliso Touch&Glide, the iron that senses when you let go, and automatically extends legs. Hell, the thing even turns it off if detects you haven't used it for a while. It's a little steep at $120 US, but come on, according to Oliso it is the "first major innovation in iron design in over 60 years!" Sixty years, people!

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