Dry Hand

Washing your hands in a public place is usually a two-step process. The first is the actual handwashing proess itself, while the second involves either a paper towel or an electronic hand dryer to dry your hands up. Combining both and turning this everyday task into a one-step action is the Dry Hand, which is a faucet and dryer in one.

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Designed by Jiwei Zhang, Mingcang He, Jiaqi Wang, and Kun Xu, Dry Hand is basically a faucet and dryer combined. It’s pretty neat and eliminates the need to have separate hand dryers installed, since each faucet is, in this case, effectively a dryer as well.

The Dry Hand Faucet is an entry in the 2013 iF Design award in concept design.

VIA [ Yanko Design ]

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One thing Hazel loves more than geeky stuff is writing about their awesomeness. She graduated with a degree in Chemical Engineering but has always wanted to be a writer. As luck and a whole lot of work would have it, Hazel got her cake and is eating it, too: sifting through endless paperwork during the day while blogging for various tech and gadgetry blogs during the night. She also established her own gadgetry blog recently, which you can check out at Gigadgetry.com.