Heated Airer £9.99 @ Aldi
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Heated Airer £9.99 @ Aldi

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LocalFound 2nd Mar
Heated airer with arms of £9.99! Never seem one this cheap before think it's an in-store only thing so check your local Aldi!
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If hot air rises how does this dry the parts of clothes that are hanging down?
jamhops37 m ago

If hot air rises how does this dry the parts of clothes that are hanging …If hot air rises how does this dry the parts of clothes that are hanging down?


They'll just dry from being hung up Average person will leave it overnight or even for a whole day, and most things would be dry already without the heated bars..
Blazwura14 m ago

They'll just dry from being hung up Average person will leave it …They'll just dry from being hung up Average person will leave it overnight or even for a whole day, and most things would be dry already without the heated bars..


Exactly Now if the base at the bottom gave out some heat then what with heat rising it would do something otherwise not sure this will really speed the process
Honest question but why use this instead of a cebtral heating radiator?
I use my banister for bedding and towels etc. And with having the heating on. Most are dry by morning. I need one of them old hanging racks hung from the ceiling like my nan had
I have one of these, i think they work well especially if you dont always have your heating on all the time and for this price a steel. Heat from me
Edited by: "kovdarkangel" 2nd Mar
jamhops1 h, 55 m ago

If hot air rises how does this dry the parts of clothes that are hanging …If hot air rises how does this dry the parts of clothes that are hanging down?


Yes I bought one of these a couple of years ago even if you lay jumpers on it rather than hanging down they are like zebra outfits. One of many things I have bought from Aldi over the years but one of the few that I have rated zero shame really
Sami2451 m ago

Honest question but why use this instead of a cebtral heating radiator?


You might not have central heating?
Saves putting the entire central heating on just to help dry some clothes?
Sami241 h, 0 m ago

Honest question but why use this instead of a cebtral heating radiator?


If you are using central heating anyway then it is convenient to use radiators but these are only like 200 watts so about 30p for 10 hours (which may be enough to dry the clothes). Also i have read putting wet clothes on a radiator messes with the moisture in the air so depends where they are placed.
Amazing price. I sometimes stay in a flat in a listed building that is being restored, so has no heating yet. Beautiful place, just very cold! This airer is a lifesaver. I warm up my clothes and coat on it before putting them on - bliss!
Are they on as sale as i cant find
angie1932 h, 17 m ago

Are they on as sale as i cant find


I think this must be a local deal clearing stock as they were national a while back but for about £20 more! Would help if the OP stated where they got theirs.
jamhops5 h, 39 m ago

If hot air rises how does this dry the parts of clothes that are hanging …If hot air rises how does this dry the parts of clothes that are hanging down?


Convection currents will still help without direct contact.
Gonna get this for the wife !
Great price for a great product - both of my kids have these at uni and are well used - none at this price in stanway Colchester yesterday though so store specific price
We had one and brougt it back - the only areas that dried were the parts in contact with the rods, as others have said if you leave things long enoug they will dry on an unheated rail. We've got a tumble drier and at the quoted price to dry an item on this you can run a load in the drier. Might be OK only if you don' have a drier, but still not as cheap to run as it seems.
Edited by: "italiastar33" 3rd Mar
Brought one and took it back the next day. Awful cheap solution that doesn’t dry the clothes. I got one of the JML dribuddi instead and wouldn’t swap it! We don’t have room for a standard tumble dryer so this works perfectly. Personally I wouldn’t waste your money.
We got this for Xmas, not recommended. Fine as a standard drier but ultimately only bits in contact with the bars dries faster so unless you lay a single item across the whole thing it's no better than a normal drier
I definitely need this, and shall check it out ASAP. Thanks for posting OP! Heat given
coldo12 h, 34 m ago

Gonna get this for the wife !


You old romantic
Thanks for posting this out of date deal, felt a right tit today asking for these which they haven't had in stock for a whil
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Rickardo3rd Mar

I think this must be a local deal clearing stock as they were national a …I think this must be a local deal clearing stock as they were national a while back but for about £20 more! Would help if the OP stated where they got theirs.


I got it from chatteris in Cambridgeshire x
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LeekyJay4th Mar

Thanks for posting this out of date deal, felt a right tit today asking …Thanks for posting this out of date deal, felt a right tit today asking for these which they haven't had in stock for a whil


I posted it the day I bought one so wasn't out of date. I did state may be store specific
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Sami242nd Mar

Honest question but why use this instead of a cebtral heating radiator?


Handy if you don't have a lot of radiator space. My tumble dryer packed up when the weather was cold as it's in the shed I have two of these and with a 1 year old in the house it meant getting washing dried was so much easier than just using radiator space.
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