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Freestanding Electric Clothes Dryer £17 Home Bargains
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Freestanding Electric Clothes Dryer £17 Home Bargains

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Posted 12th Nov 2019Available: South (Hampshire)

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This was at home bargains on eastleigh. Not sure if it's nationwide or store specific but worth a look if you have one near you
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This Freestanding Electric Clothes Dryer gets your clothes dry come rain or shine. Whether you want to warm up your towels on a cold day, dry some jumpers or delicate items or air some damp clothes, this dryer is ideal with its 10kg drying capacity. The Clothes Dryer is lightweight and packs away for easy storage so it is perfect for when space is at a premium.

Features:
  • Freestanding Electric Clothes Dryer
  • Lightweight and freestanding
  • Packs away small for easy storage
  • 10kg Drying Capacity
  • Approx. Measurements: H152 x W62cm
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Will this pick up Sky HD ok?
adi2323232312/11/2019 09:59

What's happening with all the condensation? Windows fully open ?


You put the clothes inside it and the condensation water drips down into a pouch. So then tip the water down the sink
I work for home bargains. Most reductions are store specific, especially these yellow labels. We’ve got loads of these in our store and they’re full price. We haven’t been advised to reduce them at store level
GillHartley12/11/2019 10:11

Is this expensive to run?



It all depends on what kw it kicks out at...I cant find it anywhere, but on assumption its 1kwh the cost for 2 hours of drying would be around 30-34p depending on how much your paying per kwh..
Edited by: "youchoose" 12th Nov 2019
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Looks good! Will have a look at my local later. Thanks! Heat to OP!
What's happening with all the condensation? Windows fully open ?
adi2323232312/11/2019 09:59

What's happening with all the condensation? Windows fully open ?


You put the clothes inside it and the condensation water drips down into a pouch. So then tip the water down the sink
How does this work? Do you just hang your stuff inside while a heating element dries the clothes?
I use one of these (A Maxi Dry one) and it is fab! Clothes go inside on individual hangers, the heater at the bottom can be set to a timer or constant but dries a full wash of clothes within 2-3 hours.
They smell fresh and it removes majority of the creases, ready to be put away! xx
sprouty7612/11/2019 10:03

How does this work? Do you just hang your stuff inside while a heating …How does this work? Do you just hang your stuff inside while a heating element dries the clothes?


Surely that's how it works.
Wondering about the cost of running it ? Anyone using it on the daily basis?
I assuming it's still cheaper than running tumble drier
Is this expensive to run?
Will this pick up Sky HD ok?
GillHartley12/11/2019 10:11

Is this expensive to run?



It all depends on what kw it kicks out at...I cant find it anywhere, but on assumption its 1kwh the cost for 2 hours of drying would be around 30-34p depending on how much your paying per kwh..
Edited by: "youchoose" 12th Nov 2019
We had one of these similar to this before I must say it's absolutely rubbish ( from experience) takes a lifetime to dry anything and not as you would hope it to be. Better off using a hair dryer.
No in my local home bargains they had 1 for 24.99 and it was broken
We have a very similar looking one and its great. Runs in the conservatory with a window open and does a great job. Cheaper than a tumble dryer apparently. If you don't have a tumble dryer this is the best option imho. I think we paid about £50 from amazon for ours. Little fan heater at the bottom blows hot air around, and the moist air escapes from holes at the top. It kind of inflates like a balloon when running. When we looked our Home Bargains had never had any in stock.
I've got these things called "radiators" in my house that do pretty much the same as this rather pointless gadget.
thought the incredibly limited, store specific clearance items are relocated to misc?

(i.e. tesco yellow label items)
UncleWilly12/11/2019 12:31

I've got these things called "radiators" in my house that do pretty much …I've got these things called "radiators" in my house that do pretty much the same as this rather pointless gadget.



Condensation?
adamspencer9512/11/2019 12:52

thought the incredibly limited, store specific clearance items are …thought the incredibly limited, store specific clearance items are relocated to misc?(i.e. tesco yellow label items)



It's not a yellow label...they have had them on their website for a good while and they are obviously dumping their stock of them in selected stores....so the more that see it the better for me and its obvious every store wont have them...so them who go on a goose chase please don't spit your dummy out if you don't find one.
This is a classic case of why I came to this site...to spot a bargain....not to get 1% off a phone
I was in the Wycombe one yesterday, and they didn’t have any of these
kudos1uk12/11/2019 13:14

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Fair point....but I personally would sooner see more of these deals...
where does the trapped moisture in the clothes go?
Thought they'd banned Chinese lanterns
Tesco_Donkey_Balls12/11/2019 14:07

where does the trapped moisture in the clothes go?


unless there's a drip tray at the bottom, I guess on the floor
Tesco_Donkey_Balls12/11/2019 14:07

where does the trapped moisture in the clothes go?



In to the air, I'd say if you're drying your clothes indoors it's got to be worse for condensation than using an airer near a radiator or whatever because the water is being put in to the air all at once quickly rather than over two days so it doesn't have as much of a chance to disappate through ventilation in the house. We never use the one of these we bought for that reason.
There are holes at the top of the cover - you just have to make sure you pop the window open slightly
Tesco_Donkey_Balls12/11/2019 14:07

where does the trapped moisture in the clothes go?

I work for home bargains. Most reductions are store specific, especially these yellow labels. We’ve got loads of these in our store and they’re full price. We haven’t been advised to reduce them at store level
UncleWilly12/11/2019 12:31

I've got these things called "radiators" in my house that do pretty much …I've got these things called "radiators" in my house that do pretty much the same as this rather pointless gadget.


Do you own your property or do you rent?
youchoose12/11/2019 10:37

It all depends on what kw it kicks out at...I cant find it anywhere, but …It all depends on what kw it kicks out at...I cant find it anywhere, but on assumption its 1kwh the cost for 2 hours of drying would be around 30-34p depending on how much your paying per kwh..


Hows that compare to a tumble dryer?
stphnstevey12/11/2019 19:30

Hows that compare to a tumble dryer?



Ask google...I'm watching telly
adi2323232312/11/2019 10:20

Surely that's how it works.Wondering about the cost of running it ? Anyone …Surely that's how it works.Wondering about the cost of running it ? Anyone using it on the daily basis? I assuming it's still cheaper than running tumble drier


I have one of these and use it about 3 times a week. They’re amazing you can fit a whole load of washing in one takes about 3 hours to dry. Haven’t noticed a difference in my electric usage at all.
We use a dehumidifier. No moisture problems and gets the clothes dry overnight. Probably cheaper to run than a heater too. Nice find though op.
Think it's better with lighter clothes,towels or jeans would take ages to dry
Louiseh0112/11/2019 21:34

I have one of these and use it about 3 times a week. They’re amazing you c …I have one of these and use it about 3 times a week. They’re amazing you can fit a whole load of washing in one takes about 3 hours to dry. Haven’t noticed a difference in my electric usage at all.


Thanks. Planning to use it on baby's clothes.
It’s not nation wide it’s just specific to that store. Anything with a hand written barker or yellow sticker on it is store specific. 👌🏻
Digitaleclipse13/11/2019 07:22

We use a dehumidifier. No moisture problems and gets the clothes dry …We use a dehumidifier. No moisture problems and gets the clothes dry overnight. Probably cheaper to run than a heater too. Nice find though op.


A dehumidifier changed my life!
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