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Behold, a smart iron that costs more than $1,000Swedish company Laurastar created an app-connected ironing system that starts at $1,400. The iron debuted last week at the IFA trade show in Berlin.
[MUSIC] When it comes to ironing you're probably doing it wrong. But would you shell out more than $1000 for a smart ironing board? A Swiss company called Laurastar thinks so. It debuted the Laurastar Smart a connected ironing system at the IFA Trade Show in Berlin last week. The Laurastar Smart includes an ironing board with a built-in water tank and filter, and this system will start at $1,400 when it comes to the US in the coming moths. The iron connects via Bluetooth to an app that provides ironing tutorials, real-time guides that will Possibly improve your ironing technique and specifics about your equipment, such as your water levels, and information about how much time you really spend ironing. So stay on the look out for extra crisp shirts when the Laurastar Smart begins hitting retailers.