JML Dri Buddi now with 25% off at Argos - £44.99
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JML Dri Buddi now with 25% off at Argos - £44.99

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Found 7th Jan 2013
JML Dri Buddi now down to £44.99 at Argos. Cheapest I can find on the net (that is in stock!)

I was looking on ebay for another one but they are no cheaper than this by the time i've paid P and P.

I've got the Lakeland version and I love it. Much better than hanging stuff on radiators.
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What a load of poop this was!!! Annoying, clumsy construction and useless unless you dry a tiny silk blouse!
I love mine. I put a load of hubby's smart work shirts in it today and they seem to come out 'fuller' if that makes sense. Sort of as if the air has puffed out all the wrinkles. I hardly need to iron them once they've been in the dryer.

They also seem to make the washing smell fresher. Much nicer than having it hanging around the house drying for days.
I don't understand the negative feedback on this? I am ordering one and have searched all evening and cannot find it cheaper anywhere so if someone else can then please post so I can purchase?

It was posted a few months ago and was £3 more expensive but got heat of 123... am I missing something here?
Shirl

I don't understand the negative feedback on this? I am ordering one and … I don't understand the negative feedback on this? I am ordering one and have searched all evening and cannot find it cheaper anywhere so if someone else can then please post so I can purchase?It was posted a few months ago and was £3 more expensive but got heat of 123... am I missing something here?



I think it's because it's basically a hair dryer with a big bag. Be better putting your money towards a tumble dryer, much much faster and will dry heavier items such as jeans, towels.
Thanks for that. But surely thats not what HUKD is about. Its about finding an item at the cheapest possible price. Its not to do with personal opinion on a particular product.

I hate cats... sly looking things they are but I wouldn't vote cold on a post about cat food just because of my own personal thoughts. I would vote on whether the price is cheaper than I could get it elsewhere, therefore whether it was a good deal or not.
Shirl

Thanks for that. But surely thats not what HUKD is about. Its about … Thanks for that. But surely thats not what HUKD is about. Its about finding an item at the cheapest possible price. Its not to do with personal opinion on a particular product. I hate cats... sly looking things they are but I wouldn't vote cold on a post about cat food just because of my own personal thoughts. I would vote on whether the price is cheaper than I could get it elsewhere, therefore whether it was a good deal or not.



I voted hot. re the rest of your post - yes that is what HUKD is for. Unfortunately that's not how it works in reality. If it was, then cheap and nasty bits of frill from Ann Summers wouldnt reach over a thousand degrees. I've seen some great bargains go stone cold, and some real tat get massive heat. If your dryer came with a large photo of a model in a bikini posing with it, it would have been hot in no time, believe me. A real shame, but there you go.
Shirl

I love mine. I put a load of hubby's smart work shirts in it today and … I love mine. I put a load of hubby's smart work shirts in it today and they seem to come out 'fuller' if that makes sense. Sort of as if the air has puffed out all the wrinkles. I hardly need to iron them once they've been in the dryer.They also seem to make the washing smell fresher. Much nicer than having it hanging around the house drying for days.

how many shirts would it hold, and is it expensive to run? :-)

lindapupcat

how many shirts would it hold, and is it expensive to run? :-)



I put about eight shirts in and only a couple will need ironing. If I had put them on the radiators they would go stiff and the wrinkles would be a pain to iron! I think they are only about 12p an hour so much better than a tumble dryer. I've taken mine with me in the motorhome to dry all our holiday clothes when i'm on electric hook up.
therealslimkaty

I voted hot. re the rest of your post - yes that is what HUKD is for. … I voted hot. re the rest of your post - yes that is what HUKD is for. Unfortunately that's not how it works in reality. If it was, then cheap and nasty bits of frill from Ann Summers wouldnt reach over a thousand degrees. I've seen some great bargains go stone cold, and some real tat get massive heat. If your dryer came with a large photo of a model in a bikini posing with it, it would have been hot in no time, believe me. A real shame, but there you go.



Thanks for that. Yes I understand exactly what you mean. I wish people would read the instructions before rushing in to post. Oh well, the internet accepts all sorts I guess lol.
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Some ppl are just plain rude. You give them info on what you think
is a good deal and that's all that matters. Who cares if they are not dri buddi fans! I wouldn't vote it cold even though I wouldn't buy one myself. If you don't like it then don't buy one!! Simple as. I don't understand all the sly comments?!! Get a life ppl!!!
Shirl

I put about eight shirts in and only a couple will need ironing. If I … I put about eight shirts in and only a couple will need ironing. If I had put them on the radiators they would go stiff and the wrinkles would be a pain to iron! I think they are only about 12p an hour so much better than a tumble dryer. I've taken mine with me in the motorhome to dry all our holiday clothes when i'm on electric hook up.

Sounds good. My house must be steamy with clothes on radiators and the tumble dryer on. Think I'll go for one of these. Thanks :-)
I bought one from Argos today and I'm impressed with mine! I also have a tumble dryer but tumble dryers shrink clothes and not all items are suitable for tumble dryers! This is much better!!! Head added! :-)
Shirl

Thanks for that. But surely thats not what HUKD is about. Its about … Thanks for that. But surely thats not what HUKD is about. Its about finding an item at the cheapest possible price. Its not to do with personal opinion on a particular product. I hate cats... sly looking things they are but I wouldn't vote cold on a post about cat food just because of my own personal thoughts. I would vote on whether the price is cheaper than I could get it elsewhere, therefore whether it was a good deal or not.



If you post a deal people are entitled to vote however they choose, to me this wouldn't be a bargain if it was £20 because i think the product is pretty useless & costs much more than a tumble dryer to run when you consider how long it would take to dry a full wash. Others may think it's a fantastic product and a great price.
The only rules i am aware of regarding voting cold is that you give a reason, being the cheapest doesn't always make something a bargain.
Could be useful for my flat.
Been wanting one of these for a while and was ready to buy but unfortunately out of stock at my nearest stores and no home delivery option. Thanks poster anyway, good deal
had one of these...wouldnt even dry a single pair of pants.
akme

had one of these...wouldnt even dry a single pair of pants.



You did turn it on??

I would have taken it back as its clearly faulty. There is no way it could have failed to dry a single pair of pants if it had been working correctly.
I went and picked mine up today and was thrilled to find that its the new 1200w version. I was expecting it to be old stock, ie the 900w. Really pleased with that little bit of a surprise!
I just bought one at the end of last week as our tumble dryer is on the blink and I'm really pleased with it. Got it for less than £50 from Argos. It does take a good bit longer to dry the clothes than a tumble dryer would but it does dry everything (including cuddly toys). Definitely worth the money and we can use it in our caravan too... bonus!!!
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