Easy Home 230W Heated Airer - £28.99 @ Aldi
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Easy Home 230W Heated Airer - £28.99 @ Aldi

£28.99 £6.95 Aldi Deals
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Easy Home 230W Heated Airer - £28.99 @ Aldi
Posted 6th SepAvailable: National
Available to pre-order today!
Estimated dispatch date: 13 September

Free to buy in store (can’t reserve online unfortunately)
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Robdaraff06/09/2020 20:56

Anyone used one? I don't have a tumble dryer, and am not looking forward …Anyone used one? I don't have a tumble dryer, and am not looking forward to messing about with airers over winter. Are these any better than a standard one in a warm room?


I have one. Unfortunately they don't circulate warm air as you'd hope. So you end up with lines across the clothing that have dried, and the rest (that hangs) is still damp and doesn't dry any quicker than a usual clothes horse.
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Anyone used one? I don't have a tumble dryer, and am not looking forward to messing about with airers over winter. Are these any better than a standard one in a warm room?
Robdaraff06/09/2020 20:56

Anyone used one? I don't have a tumble dryer, and am not looking forward …Anyone used one? I don't have a tumble dryer, and am not looking forward to messing about with airers over winter. Are these any better than a standard one in a warm room?


I have one. Unfortunately they don't circulate warm air as you'd hope. So you end up with lines across the clothing that have dried, and the rest (that hangs) is still damp and doesn't dry any quicker than a usual clothes horse.
Robdaraff06/09/2020 20:56

Anyone used one? I don't have a tumble dryer, and am not looking forward …Anyone used one? I don't have a tumble dryer, and am not looking forward to messing about with airers over winter. Are these any better than a standard one in a warm room?


you should get a dehumidifier..if you get a decent one, clothes will dry within the day
Rumana0306/09/2020 21:20

you should get a dehumidifier..if you get a decent one, clothes will dry …you should get a dehumidifier..if you get a decent one, clothes will dry within the day


I'd second this as all this will do it heat the top of the clothes.

Some people say about putting a cover over them but all that will do is keep in the moisture.

A dehumidifier will be the better/cheaper option and will also stop mold etc in your home.
Look for the Lakeland Drysoon models refurbished on Ebay. If its your only way of drying they might be a bit beefier. We got one for £59.99 delivered which was about half the new price!
Costco do a decent one which is around £23 in the warehouse - it's not an electric one mind but a strong clothes ' maiden'

Worth it's weight in gold over the winter months but takes up a bit of room
Anyone knows of a decent tumble dryer that is less than 54 cm deep?
Robdaraff06/09/2020 20:56

Anyone used one? I don't have a tumble dryer, and am not looking forward …Anyone used one? I don't have a tumble dryer, and am not looking forward to messing about with airers over winter. Are these any better than a standard one in a warm room?



geojo06/09/2020 21:17

I have one. Unfortunately they don't circulate warm air as you'd hope. So …I have one. Unfortunately they don't circulate warm air as you'd hope. So you end up with lines across the clothing that have dried, and the rest (that hangs) is still damp and doesn't dry any quicker than a usual clothes horse.


To avoide the "lines" I lay down the clothes over the heated airer and they dry better. I also keep turning the clothes.
Dragon3206/09/2020 21:41

I'd second this as all this will do it heat the top of the clothes.Some …I'd second this as all this will do it heat the top of the clothes.Some people say about putting a cover over them but all that will do is keep in the moisture.A dehumidifier will be the better/cheaper option and will also stop mold etc in your home.


I third this lol. No but seriously I got a Inventor EVA II PRO ION 20 Litres/day Dehumidifier 3 years ago for £125 on Amazon & worth every penny. Haven’t used tumble dryer since & running cost is much lower
jp201607/09/2020 14:01

I third this lol. No but seriously I got a Inventor EVA II PRO ION 20 …I third this lol. No but seriously I got a Inventor EVA II PRO ION 20 Litres/day Dehumidifier 3 years ago for £125 on Amazon & worth every penny. Haven’t used tumble dryer since & running cost is much lower


We do use the tumble dryer a little, but only put clothes in it that would normally need ironing for 10mins to knock the creases out of them and then hang them on the line (or coat hangers on the line). 😁
user201607/09/2020 07:57

To avoide the "lines" I lay down the clothes over the heated airer and …To avoide the "lines" I lay down the clothes over the heated airer and they dry better. I also keep turning the clothes.


But then you'd only be able to dry a few things at a time?
Thanks for posting @AKBlackEdition and welcome to hotukdeals
These are available in store now, plenty in LLangefni today. Thanks OP
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