FoldiMate, the Robotic Laundry Folding Machine, Demos a Fully Functional Prototype at CES
The updated, newly-designed prototype is simpler to use as it automatically adapts based on clothing items
By: FoldiMate Inc.
Users simply feed each item into the FoldiMate machine and FoldiMate neatly folds shirts, tops, blouses, pants (six years old up to XXL) and even medium-sized towels.
This new prototype has also been redesigned.
"It's imperative to us to understand our customers' wishes. We designed a chic appearance after learning that many people plan to use FoldiMate in their bedrooms, spare rooms, or living rooms," explains Gal Rozov, FoldiMate's founder and CEO. He continued, "We realized that it needs to look less like an appliance as not everyone has space in their laundry room, and even if they do, they don't necessarily want to fold there."
Immediately after CES, FoldiMate will be running in-depth research with BYOL (bring your own laundry) sessions, enabling customers to provide their input in order to make sure the feedback is positive enough to start the long and costly manufacturing process.
FoldiMate's press kit can be found here and will be updated with new photos, videos and collateral on 6 January, 2019 prior to CES Unveiled.
Demos will be held at FoldiMate's booth #42361 at Sands Expo Level 2, Halls A-D.
Visit foldimate.com to secure a spot on the pre-order waitlist.
FoldiMate Inc. is a California based startup committed to simplifying household chores affordably through technology, innovation and robotics. The company's first robotic product, FoldiMate, will put an end to laundry folding as we know it.