Panasonic's Electric Shoe Deodorizer is a Futuristic Way to Deodorize Your Smelly Shoes
Even the coolest and most precious shoes won't be so fresh if they aren't well taken care of. And footwear care can be especially troublesome for men who happen to be cursed with sweaty feet.
But if you happen to be one such man, fret not—Panasonic has your back. Or, well, your feet. If stinky footwear is a persistent problem for you—persistent enough that household remedies just don't cut it—then you might want to consider the MS-DS100, Panasonic's Shoe Deodorizer.
In a release, the company explained how it works: The electronic device releases "original ion particles" called "nanoe X." Just set it into your shoes, switch it on, and it will emit these particles to dissolve the foul odors.
The MS-DS100 has two settings: Normal Mode, which operates over a period of five hours, and Long Mode, which operates over a period of about seven hours. It's a while-you-sleep kind of device that expends little energy, and can even operate on battery in case you want to take it along when you travel.
The MS-DS100 will be available in Japan on September 20, while a worldwide release has yet to be announced.