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White Knight Compact Dryer At ASDA! £99.00

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7y, 3d agoFound 7 years, 3 days ago
Description

Ideal for small households, this compact tumble dryer measures just (H)67, (W)50, (D)47cm and has a 3kg drying capacity

Energy consumption 1.86kWh/cycle
Estimated annual energy consumption 289kWh/year
Vent kit supplied
Full Specification
Colour White
Model Number CL300
Drying Type Vented
Final Cool Tumble Yes
Heat Settings 2
Vent Kit Included Yes
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#1
We used to have one fo these.

Great little thing and it does it job...

Be aware do not over fill and be careful of the band slipping around the drum after alot of usage. It smells very funny!
banned#2
Great British dryer!
#3
fabulous brand - i have the next model up to this and it has been great value for money :0)
#4
csiman
Great British dryer!


Tumble driers are the last of the white goods manufactured in the UK.
They've been close to moving production abroad before, maybe just a matter of time. It's a shame the government don't bail out manufacturing companies like the banks!
#5
Derek_Duval
Tumble driers are the last of the white goods in the UK.
They've been close to moving production abroad before, maybe just a matter of time. It's a shame the government don't bail out manufacturing companies like the banks!


Manufacturing companies don't have MPs by the balls unlike the banks
#6
The White Knight gas dryers are the king of all dryers.

Our last one lasted over 10 years, just bought a new one last week, expensive but a lot cheaper to run and gas dries better/quicker than electric.

White Knight ECO43A Reverse Action Gas Dryer
This one is the best.
#7
do these catch fire?
#8
royals
do these catch fire?


I'm sorry but I'm not sure how to phrase that question? Is it sarcastic or is it genuine lol?

Genuine: Not unless you use them incorrectly (which is difficult) but you should be ok! Hope that helps!!

Sarcastic: will a tv, radio, house, computer, fire guard, dog, car, dining table catch fire...probably if you are retarded lol!
#9
Have one of these
Not exciting but does the job :D
#10
We have one of these from ASDA, they are rubbish, takes hours to dry anything and yes we do have it on the high heat setting.
#11
Angof - if Oggie is correct maybe your washer is the average 5kg and your putting the whole wet 5kg into a dryer only capable of 3kg? so taking a lot longer to dry the load
[mod]#12
got one of these from asda- perfect does the job - quick drying
#13
Rich44
Manufacturing companies don't have MPs by the balls unlike the banks


Apparently they're only allowed to save banks & not industry due to EU law.
Funny how the government only dictate EU law, when it suits.
#14
These dryers are very small, basicly for small kitchens, takes about an hour and half to dry 3 pairs of jeans, that is on full power as well.
#15
Bought mine last Jan for £115 at Argos but had a £10 voucher to use. This is so spooky as I called today to have mine serviced as it is making a massive noise when drying.
#16
usman330
The White Knight gas dryers are the king of all dryers.

Our last one lasted over 10 years, just bought a new one last week, expensive but a lot cheaper to run and gas dries better/quicker than electric.

White Knight ECO43A Reverse Action Gas Dryer
This one is the best.


Was looking at this one on which? it has great reviews. How does it connect to the gas though? is it like an oven with a bayonet type connection ?
#17
mistermoneysaver
Was looking at this one on which? it has great reviews. How does it connect to the gas though? is it like an oven with a bayonet type connection ?


Our's is connected in the same way gas cookers are, with a bayonet fitting which can be pulled away from the connector. Pretty straightforward as long as you have a gas pipe near by, plus you will need a venting outlet (we have a duct through the wall out to the garden)
banned#18
Angof;7145219
We have one of these from ASDA, they are rubbish, takes hours to dry anything and yes we do have it on the high heat setting.

then yours is faulty :whistling:

Check the filter and output vent. Mine takes less than an hour with a full load.
#19
Just bought one. £107 in-store.

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