Panasonic Shoe Deodorizer MS-DS100 Eliminates Unpleasant Shoe Odors with Nano-Sized ions

Panasonic announced the launch of a shoe deodorizer, the MS-DS100 for Japanese market. Panasonic shoe deodorizer MS-DS100 utilizes Panasonic’s original nano-sized ions –nanoe X. Measuring about 5 to 20 nm each, the nanoe X particles penetrate the textile and dissolve and eliminate unpleasant shoe odors. When the product is set in shoes and the switch turned on, nanoe X is generated and spreads from six outlets to every corner of the shoes to remove odors from the heel to the toe.

There are two operation modes to choose from. The normal mode provides approximately five hours of operation, while the long mode runs for about seven hours to remove stubborn odors. Both modes cost less than 1 yen per use, so it is very economical. The MS-DS100 also operates on a mobile battery so it can be used at a place where there is no AC power outlet. The product comes with a stylish storage case. The case accommodates the cap sections that are inserted into shoes for use, so the product can be stored neatly in the entrance area or shoe cupboard.
Panasonic MS-DS100 shoe deodorizer measures 170 (W) x 92 (D) x 246 (H) mm, weighs 480 g (main unit only) and comes with a 2.5m cable. Accessories include AC adapter, cable and storage case. With a monthly production of 1,000 units, it will be available in Japan from September 20, 2018.

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