Electrolux Iron Aid Condenser Tumble Dryer, White £249 delivered from John Lewis

Electrolux Iron Aid Condenser Tumble Dryer, White £249 delivered from John Lewis

Found 28th Apr 2009
Electrolux EDI96150W Iron Aid Condenser Tumble Dryer, White

On pricerunner this is £200 cheaper than the next best on price, some companies are charging up to £700 for the same model

Product Information
An absolute boon for those with lots of work shirts to iron, the Electrolux EDI96150W condenser tumble dryer uses steam in its Iron Aid programme, to de-wrinkle shirts, so they practically need little or no ironing!
It has a 6kg load capacity, 2 heat settings and a choice of 8 sensor programmes, which dry your clothes to a preset level.

There are special wool and silk options, among its programmes. The Refresh cycle freshens up clothes, removing any odour; it even works on dry clean only garments.

An intermittent tumble at the end of the cycle further reduces creasing, and a buzzer sounds when the dryings over. You can also delay the start of the drying by up to 20 hours, to take advantage of low-cost electricity.
Key Features

Brand Electrolux

Digital display Yes

Dimensions H85 x W60 x D58cm

Energy consumptionAmount of electricity used. The lower the figure, the less electricity used 3.7kWh/cycle

Energy ratingGraded on performance A - G, with A being the highest grade C

Final cool tumbleReduces creasing for easier ironing! Yes

Finish White

Guarantee FREE 2 year guarantee, extend to 5 years £75

Heat settingsVariable temperature for a variety of fabrics 2

Load capacityMaximum load the drum can take 6kg

Model name / number EDI96150W

Number of minutes on timerMaximum time clothes can be dried 150

Reverse actionDrum rotates both ways, pausing in between, and keeping the laundry separated Yes

Sensor dryingWorks out how much drying time is needed by analysing the water content, thus preventing over drying Yes - 8 programmes

Timer delayDelay the start of the programme; perhaps to use cheaper overnight electricity Yes
Community Updates


Thanks for posting this - I bought this dryer last week and paid £299 for it from John Lewis. After seeing your post, I called John Lewis up and they are refunding me the £50 difference. Should be delivered tomorrow afternoon.
Glad i could help..
cheers .............. :thumbsup:
Does it do a good job on the shirts
are vented dryers better/faster/cheaper to run??
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