Lakeland Ebay Refurb Grade B Dry-Soon Deluxe Electric 3 Tier Heated Indoor Clothes Airer £54.99 delivered
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Lakeland Ebay Refurb Grade B Dry-Soon Deluxe Electric 3 Tier Heated Indoor Clothes Airer £54.99 delivered

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Found 31st Mar 2016
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My first deal but thought this was worth sharing. My GF has one and its great. Very reasonable running costs, gentle on your clothes and cost effective especially for people like me using the timer and Economy 7.

Lakeland Dry-Soon Deluxe Electric 3 Tier Heated Indoor Clothes Airer rrp £114.99
Includes delivery and 1 yr guarantee from Lakeland

Grade B £54.99
ebay.co.uk/itm…781?hash=item3ab835dc8d:g:FzsAAOSwcBhWYYi5

Also Grade A for £74.99
ebay.co.uk/itm…923?hash=item41a113b683:g:ruMAAOSwbdpWYYi3

Blurb below
Lakeland Dry-Soon Deluxe Electric 3 Tier Heated Indoor Clothes Airer

This item is a Grade B Refurbished Electrical with a 12 Month Guarantee - See details below
New timer feature gives greater flexibility and costs less than 6p an hour to run
Open-sided shelves for easier access
Kinder to clothes than tumble drying
21m of drying space holds up to 15kg of wet washing

Grade B - Refurbished & tested to the manufacturer’s specification by an accredited Lakeland contractor. May have non-essential parts missing but is in full working order. May have minor surface defects & may not be in its original packaging. Covered by a 12-month Lakeland outlet guarantee, which guarantees against defects arising from faulty workmanship only for 12 months from the date of purchase. Your statutory rights are not affected.

Come rain or shine, our Dry:Soon Heated Airers get clothes dry quicker and we think this latest addition to the family is our best yet. With all the many cost-saving benefits of our other heated airers plus a lot more besides, there’s never been a better time to try a new way to get your clothes dry whatever the weather.

With a useful new timer feature that can be set to switch it on and off up to 12 hours in advance, it has a simple control panel located at the top and can be safely left to run overnight or while you’re at work. The new open-sided shelf design gives you better access to the rails, lets you use the outer bars too and makes hanging clothes even easier than before.

Costing less than 6p per hour to run, it’s kinder to clothes than tumble drying and better than muffling the heat from your radiators by laying clothes over them. Lightweight and easy to move around, it can hold up to 15kg of wet washing and the folding shelves can be positioned to suit your needs: simply fold the shelves out to hang T-shirts, socks and smalls, lay delicate items flat on the shelves to avoid stretching, or open only the top tier to hang sheets and big towels without them touching the floor.

Capable of handling the largest laundry loads, it has a generous 21m of drying space on a small footprint, and folds away neatly should it ever be out of use. To make it even easier to store, there’s a carry handle and cord tidy, while built-in clips securely hold the airer closed when folded.

Please note: the Dry:Soon 3-Tier Heated Airer Cover also fits this model.
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I love that but looks too big for me in a flat
I have one of these and it's fantastic! They fold flat so only really take up space when in use
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Ordered a grade A 3 tier! Thanks!
Is this a different model or just cheaper?
ebay.co.uk/itm…368
Looks like a climbing frame! :P
Thanks OP
I will vote cold as I think it is a bad idea. Better to get a normal airer and a dehumidifier. You don't want to dry your clothes in a room and leave your windows closed. Plus it is massive!
siliconbits

I will vote cold as I think it is a bad idea. Better to get a normal … I will vote cold as I think it is a bad idea. Better to get a normal airer and a dehumidifier. You don't want to dry your clothes in a room and leave your windows closed. Plus it is massive!


Now, now frosty knickers!oO
What a great product. Would definitely trump a tumbler was it not for the fact that tumbled stuff looks ironed.

Yes im a lazy person.
siliconbits

I will vote cold as I think it is a bad idea. Better to get a normal … I will vote cold as I think it is a bad idea. Better to get a normal airer and a dehumidifier. You don't want to dry your clothes in a room and leave your windows closed. Plus it is massive!



Heat for the price.

But got to agree with this guy. Using this in a cold room in winter, with the windows shut and no dehumidifier, will get you a mouldy room. Same as putting wet clothes up against a radiator. Been there .....
With the increasing problems of Aspergillosis in modern homes these are a seriously bad idea......much better to get a cheap vented tumble drier or save up for a condenser drier ....it may appear cheap to run but you will really need a dehumidifier running flat out 24 hours a day alongside one of these
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