Gallery: The Scrubba is a Lightweight, Virtually-Waterless Washing Mach...


As Eric Clapton says, “travelin’ light, it’s the only way to fly.” Whether it’s a weekend business trip or a month-long trek into the jungle, the less stuff you have to carry the better. Finding a washing machine can be quite difficult on the road, especially if that road is a long way from civilization. The Scrubba, a crowdfunded product out of the UK, aims to put clean, fresh-smelling clothes into the hands of every nomad, whether they’ve got electricity or not. Scrubba is a portable wash bag made of lightweight material that can be folded and fitted into a large pocket or average backpack. Add just a little bit of water, laundry soap, and some elbow grease, and clean clothes are shake-and-bake away!

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1 Comment

  1. Adriana Linden July 22, 2013 at 3:26 pm

    video nice… HOWEVER, I want to see how dirty the clothes were before they went in.

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