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Minky 12m heated clothes airer/ dryer with cover £87.50 delivered from JD furniture

£87.50
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These are a good brand and selling like hotcakes with low stock everywhere. Only 4 left at time of posting and Argos, Minky etc etc all out of stock. This comes with a cover to speed up drying process.

Total drying space 12m.
Drying capacity 10kg.
Holds 1 wash load.
Size when open: H114, W55, D6cm.

Free pickup from Birmingham store.
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    I'd buy a dehumidifier for similar money (maybe a bit more). Put your washing on normal airers in a sealed room, run it on laundry mode, Viola, dry washing and a dry house.
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    Selling like hotcakes......you would be better to use hotcakes to dry your clothes!! Don't be fooled by the hype! Using one of these without any heat/radiator on,would need to be run all day to dry from washing machine!!
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    Where does the moisture from the clothes go? Into your walls ! Dont buy into the hype.
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    Unless you have a vented Tumblr dryer or dry your clothes on the washing line then this is always going to happen?
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    minky boodle
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    Dry your clothes in a heat pump dryer, cost per cycle is same as a heated rail.
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    cost of running this? How many watts when in use?
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    APROX, 78P per cycle @234w for 10hrs
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    Given that a tumble dryer is £1, is this worth it?
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    £1, you could run this for 12 and a half hours in the living room and heat your room slightly, too. Might be a good idea, to cope with the current cost of living.
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    These can be found sporadically on Argos for £55 (collect from store). We got one last week as our usual clothes airer was taking like 3 days to dry clothes (we don't put our heating on - and it's been very damp). With this and cover it takes around 2-3 hours to get clothes dry, and 4-5 for thick material i.e., jeans. Just have to remember if the item hangs futher than a foot down from the heated rails to hook it round the next rail too otherwise it wont dry.
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    Doesn’t the cover trap the moisture as well as the heat?
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    £0.08 per 60 minutes, thats pretty cheap.
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