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The world’s smallest washing machine is nearly half off now

The Sonic Soak ultra-portable washing tool packs 50W of power and 50,000 ultrasonic vibrations per second.
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September 17, 2019
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It's safe to say that you probably like to keep your belongings clean. Whether you're a frequent traveler who needs to keep an immaculate set of clothing, or a constant tinkerer who loves a freshly-cleaned gadget, keeping your beloved items free from dirt and grime is of the utmost importance.

This Sonic Soak Ultrasonic Cleaner makes it easier than ever to keep everything from your laundry to your jewelry perfectly clean at all times, and it's available for 45 percent off at just $136.

This ultra-portable washing tool packs 50W of power and 50,000 ultrasonic vibrations per second in order to deliver an unparalleled deep clean.

You'll be able to clean everything from personal care products and clothing to your tools and even your vegetables—all with an ultra-gentle tool that works equally well on super-delicate materials like silk and cashmere.

This game-changing cleaning device also uses 40x less water and 15x less energy than standard washing machines, meaning you'll be able to sleep better at night knowing that you're doing your part for the environment.

Keep your belongings sparkling clean with this Sonic Soak Ultrasonic Cleaner for just $136—45 percent off for a limited time.

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