The tumble dryer is one of those appliances that once you own you wonder how you managed without it. Whether you live in a house with a garden or small flat investing in a vented tumble dryer will make light work of wash day. No more relying on fine weather so you can hang your washing out to dry or damp washing hanging around causing condensation. Instead, fresh and ready-to-wear clothes are yours in next to no time.
AEG T65170AV Vented Tumble Dryer, 7kg Load, C Energy Rating, White
The TVFS83CGG vented tumble dryer from Hotpoint Appliances will take care of drying your laundry whenever it's called upon, the big 8kg drum with a large porthole door , makes loading and unloading a breeze, what's more the sensor drying program
The TVFS83CGP vented tumble dryer from Hotpoint Appliances will take care of drying your laundry whenever it's called upon, the big 8kg drum with a large porthole door , makes loading and unloading a breeze, what's more the sensor
Vented tumble dryers need to be positioned near a window so the exhaust hose can extract the moist air. If this is not possible then it is best to consider a condenser tumble dryer. These types can be placed anywhere as they have a built-in reservoir to collect moisture. Once installed your tumble dryer is ready to use. All the leading manufacturers make Vented tumble dryers including AEG-Electrolux, Beko, Bosch, Candy, Hoover, Indesit, Miele, Whirpool, White Knight and Zanussi.
Vented drying machines are cheaper to buy than a condenser type and generally use less energy. Cheap tumble dryers with small load capacity, entry-level and high-end models with extra programs and features are available at a range of prices. Energy-saving, silent running, anti-creasing, easy to use, delay timers, quick-drying and sensors are just some of the useful features to look out for.