At just 22-inches tall the Drumi can easily be stashed in the trunk of your car alongside sleeping bags and a tent, and with a capacity of around five liters of water it can clean a few days worth of soiled camp clothes as long as you’ve got the energy to operate its foot pump.
A release valve on the underside of the Drumi washer can be activated with a single button press to drain away dirty water, at which point the machine becomes a sort of salad spinner for clothing to help wring out your garments before hanging them to dry. It’s great for camping when you simply don’t have access to electricity, but it’s also good for home use during emergencies when the power out. And if you’re a college kid in desperate need of a clean shirt but don’t have any quarters, you can probably easily convince your parents to cough up the $129 needed to pre-order the Drumi giving you an easy way to do laundry when funds are limited at the end of the month. You’ll just need to wait until July of next year to get your hands on one, so hopefully you don’t graduate before then.