Product Type: SokLok household products
Newest Review: ... here. I would find it a chore to put the socks in the lock before putting in the machine and then taking them out of the lock again. Thi... more
Member Name: spam330
Advantages: Stops you loosing socks in the wash
Disadvantages: Time consuming
Soklok (German company) is a relatively new invention and is designed to keep pairs of socks together in the washing machine to ensure that one does not go missing.
Soklok is basically a small, brightly coloured plastic disk that has slots for you to thread your socks into. The design ensures that once the socks have been placed in they do not come out in the wash. Soklok claim that the product is safe for all types of washers and dryers is almost indestructible and does not cause snagging.
I can say that it was fine in my washer and did not damage my socks but am unable to comment on its indestructibility because I could not bear to continue using this product long enough to find out.
I was given a pack of Soklok by a relative who thought they would be very useful. In theory I agree. I have on many occasions though that my washing machine contained a sock fairy that eats only one sock of every pair but I just cannot be bothered using Soklok to solve this problem, nor indeed did I ever think it was a major problems.
I have never seen Soklok for sale in any shops and have no idea where my relative purchased them (its looks like something the Poundshop would sell) but I do know that you can buy them online for approx £2 for 10.
I think in theory this is a good idea but in practise it is just not for me. Firstly I don't really want to spend time handling dirty socks, I prefer to throw them straight in the machine and secondly it takes so much time I would rather loose a sock
Summary: Not for me
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