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The HomeApp Store: 220 Watt Heated Clothes Airer £44.99 + £10 Delivery @ Home Bargains

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Heated airer at home bargains £44.99 it gave me £10 delivery, I’m not sure if it changes depending on where you are. It may be in store too.
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    A cheap dehumidifier will work quicker and more economically than these....but the media will have you believe different!!
    Yes and also less damage to your house that the damp will cause.
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    These are absolutely woeful. Bought a heated airer like this about 18 months ago and it'll dry the strip of clothes that's on the bar and nothing else even with the cover on. Massive waste of time and money
    Argos do say clothes need moving regularly, maybe Home Bargains should add that too. But tbh, you do have to do on a normal airer, in the front of a fire. Still lots of lukewarm reviews like yours, so put me off. Today's papers are raving about it. (edited)
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    I was just going to ask when I saw this title. I`d thought with all the polyester in the modern clothing nowadays, I wasn`t sure how useful these are. Also with all the water vapour going out of your laundry then trapped in your house, I wasn`t sure how good that was for your indoor environment. Might as well just buy a dehumidifier and kill two birds with one stone.
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    Further to widespread news reports, reviews & rumours we are now drying all our laundry in an Air Fryer - saves a fortune
    Do i need to flip it and spray with oil half way through ????
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    Seems to be a rumour around that these save energy and are amazingly good for drying clothes

    They are neither
    From what i have been told to do ideally you need to have some sort of cover for them to be more effective. Some people used old sheets or duvets as make shift covers. (edited)
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    As long as it's not raining, clothes can be dried outside even in Winter if there's a breeze and humidity is low

    Finish them off in the dryer or radiators after the bulk of water is removed for free, don't use tons of electricity heating up the water by bunging them straight in your dryer as this is the most inefficient and expensive stage (edited)
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    Around 7p an hour to run and probably 10 hours to dry clothes so not to cheap to run.
    You do realise that if something is 7p an hour to run & you run it for 10hrs...that's only 70p over all? Where as the average 9kg tumble drier costs around £1.82 per cycle to run.

    I mean, even if it really did take 10hrs. The tumble drier still works out 2.6x more expensive in the given scenario.

    Further still, if we factor in that the electric airer above should only have up to 5kg of washing on it at a time (despite what people will likley try & wedge on there.) Doing two 2 batches on that electric airer, even at 10hrs each, works out at £1.40 for 10kg of dried washing. Whilst the tumble dryer, still weighing in at £1.82, would be 1.3x that cost, & for 1kg less. And that's all dependant on us using what was supposed to be, a humorous over-exaggeration on how long the electric airer would really take.

    I'm not interested in not knocking the sentiment that one of these electric airers is cheaper or more expensive, either way. But if you're going to make an off-hand criticism of something in exaggeration. It's probably best to make sure you're actually doing so correctly, otherwise you just look a bit of a tit.
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    Yeah, as per the comments from @Bedrocks & @L33kor if you've read that these are better than you're tumble dryer and more energy efficient it's total BS.

    My Mrs fell into this trap and after a solid day of drying some clothes on it they ended up in the tumble dryer.

    It offers as much aeration and drying ability as a slight exhale.
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    Get a dehumidifier.
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    I think the horizontal ones with a cover perform much much better.
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    Just put clothes on the radiator that's already on
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    Just get a DriBuddi
    My dryers cheaper to run than one of them.
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    as the energy crisis hit and my electricty bill doubled from 18p kwh to 34p kwh i decided to buy a clothes horse
    haven't one fot ove 20 years , looked on ebay found a very large and versatile one for £23 .can honestly say works a treat
    hang the washing on full load heating comes on at 5pm in the living room where we have it by the tine we goto [ heating off a 10 pm ] bed nealy all dry we just leave till the next morning and saved an hour in the dryer.
    I do the same, but wrap the clothes horse around my dehumidifier set to low. Room humidity goes from 58% to 63% but then starts to drop again. After 4 hours or so the laundry is mostly dry.
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    In hindsight was it the wrong decision to only have cold fill washing machines ? i have a combi boiler my gas is 15 per unit
    my electric is 34p per unit , so costing me twice as much to heat the water even at 30
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    Better off with a dehumidifier and a small fan. Will dry your clothes in half the time lol....
    Where do you put the fan? And what sort of fan are we talking?
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    As with most electronics and technology, if you buy cheap, you buy twice. Invest in a more expensive one (I have £150 one from Lakeland) and you will find it more effective and save you money from a) not having to buy a tumble dryer b) not running an expensive tumble dryer c) not having to buy a separate clothes dryer on top of your expensive tumble dryer to dry non-tumble items.
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