Take the effort out of doing the washing with the innovative Brabantia Smartlift rotary washing line.
Thanks to its clever double-stem design, the Smartlift rises and lowers with minimal effort. Bending over or cranking a handle are a thing of the past; just unlock the foot pedal, lift the rotary from its stored position and watch it glide up to your ideal height.
Branbantia’s ‘Line tight’ design keeps drying lines taut at all times when in use, which is handy for big loads of wet washing, while the arms still turn smoothly when fully loaded, so you don’t have to carry the washing basket around.
Height adjustable between 102cm and 215cm, the Smartlift is perfect for drying duvets, cushions and bedding in the lower position, while the special clothes hanger holes on each arm are ideal for drying delicate laundry.
The heavy-duty, UV resistant line features a non-slip profile and can be replaced separately should you need to. A weather-resistant cover and peg bag are included for when you aren’t using your Smartlift, while the 5 Year Warranty means you know it can stand up to New Zealand conditions.
Make life easy and order yours today.
• Double-stem design for effortless expansion
• Adjustable height
• Brabantia ‘Line Tight’ system keeps lines taut at all times
• UV resistant, non-slip line
• Clothes hanger holes on each arm for delicate laundry
• Weather resistant cover and peg bag
• 50mm ground spike included
• 5 Year Warranty
Material: Pole - polished aluminium, Arms - pre coated steel, Ground Spike - Galvanised steel
Diagonal Span Width: 3.09m
Dimensions: H 221cm x W 219cm x D 219cm, pole diameter 5.0cm
Packaged Dimensions: H 189.5cm x W 17cm x D 16.5cm
Lite and Versatile
6 months ago
Going from an old huge Hills Wind up clothesline - I thought there is no way I would fit much on this line. However, although its not big, it still holds lots of clothing to dry. Being aluminium its easy to put in place and move if the kids want it out of the way for sport. Pole can move up when trying to put the height up (clothes on) so a locking mechanism to stop base lifting would be helpful.