JML Dri Buddi 1200W clothes dryer *Amazon* £49.99
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JML Dri Buddi 1200W clothes dryer *Amazon* £49.99

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Found 27th Nov 2015
Product Description
Even in the cold of winter, enjoy a summer's day, line-dried feeling in your clothes every day with Dri Buddi. This smart clothes dryer safely but gently dries your clothes using a warm air motor that evens out creases and leaves your garments feeling crisp, fresh, clean and soft.

Tumble driers can be expensive to run and it's easy to shrink or damage clothes by mistake. Dri Buddi is gentle, energy efficient, quiet, and simple to assemble and use - just turn the timer dial and let gentle warm air waves do the rest. You can even time it to dry while you sleep, and awake to warm snug clothes. It holds up to 10 kilos of clothing and is easily packed away for compact storage. There just isn't a more convenient way to enjoy crisp-dry clothes when you need them.

Box Contains
1 x Motor Unit
1 x Clothes Hanger Unit
1 x Lower tube
1 x Cover
3 x legs

24 Comments

Intriguing, need a drier.

Anyone ever used this dri buddi, as I am considering getting one ?

Argos £29.99 Black Friday deal.

Has anybody got this? I am interested in hearing how you got on with this. Heat added x

seanj007

Argos £29.99 Black Friday deal.



​nice one!

seanj007

Argos £29.99 Black Friday deal.



Its sure is, thanks.

I have this and to be honest, I wasn't impressed with it. In fact, I just went back to drying on the radiator. its been in the cupboard under the stairs for 3 months!

Had one, its not too bad, but the motor burns out quickly.

I bought this today at Argos 29.99, I think it's great 2 loads of washing dried, it doesn't take up much space would definitely recommend it.

honeybunny10

I bought this today at Argos 29.99, I think it's great 2 loads of washing … I bought this today at Argos 29.99, I think it's great 2 loads of washing dried, it doesn't take up much space would definitely recommend it.


Thanks, been after one for a while

Heat added

I was sure this was a subwoofer until I clicked the comments

The clothes go in wet and come out dry. Where does the water go?

summerof76

Thanks, been after one for a while





I've only discovered this today, I love to get my clothes outside, but at this time of year it's pathetic drying, and I hate the house full of clothes, so this is great and way cheaper than a tumble drier to run.

doberman

The clothes go in wet and come out dry. Where does the water go?


Err, into the air, via the fan that is blowing air through it?

We got one of these in our first house, it was garbage. Took ages to dry clothes & I wouldn't be surprised if it actually used more energy over a year compared to a conventional dryer if used regularly.

Ours got papped off to a relative sharpish who I don't think actually used it.

I used this type of dryer before and it's far too slow in drying. Same as using a hair dryer set to medium heat and blow towards your wet clothing for hours. My condenser based dryer consumes 3kW but it takes less than 1 hour to dry 8kg of clothing, which consumes less energy than this blower drier.

Do not buy this.

Gave mine away after 6 months. Takes ages to dry and costs a fortune to run.

sweetpea10

Anyone ever used this dri buddi, as I am considering getting one ?


I have one and its brilliant. Fits kids clothes on hangers great, however adult clothes overlap and don't dry on the arms. I'm on my third one now, they last about a year or so then the motor either dies or the timer no longer works. But for continual use, even in the summer its still worth it.

I'm lucky enough to be able to fit my airer in my airing cupboard and it's fantastic, everything is dry by the next morning and it's cost me nothing. might be worth seeing if you can put a rail in for hangers or a line if you can't fit your airer in, anything dry for free is a bonus. I must add though, my airing cupboard is like a furnace but I'm sure normal residual heat would dry shirts at the very minimum.

gregok

I have one and its brilliant. Fits kids clothes on hangers great, … I have one and its brilliant. Fits kids clothes on hangers great, however adult clothes overlap and don't dry on the arms. I'm on my third one now, they last about a year or so then the motor either dies or the timer no longer works. But for continual use, even in the summer its still worth it.



Thank you for your reply, I wonder if that's why they were £29.00 in Argos then, because I read some reviews on JML site and they were a bit mixed too. Thanks

doberman

The clothes go in wet and come out dry. Where does the water go?


condensation everywhere not impressed

got this in the black frid deals 29.99 good reviews 1 persons horror is another dream like me small flat might stop clothes hanging all over thx

doberman

The clothes go in wet and come out dry. Where does the water go?



Bought one on the Black Friday deal. Put it into the conservatory. The water condenses all over the windows and all over the floor making puddles.

Now having to put in garage where it is well vented so hopefully will cause me less problems.

The only plus point is that it has cut down on ironing.

Should have just bought a small dryer for the garage....
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