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Space & Location
Whether you go for a freestanding dryer, or one that's built-in behind a cabinet to fit in with your kitchen theme, you need to measure up.
How much space do you have?
60cm width - You’ll be fine with a standard dryer.
#EASYTIP: If space is limited, a 2-in-1 washer-dryer could be a good choice.
Do you have a dedicated air outlet for your machine?
Yes – you can go for a vented, condenser or a heat pump dryer.
How often do you use your dryer a week?
Less than 4 times a week – if you only do a few small loads per week, a 4-6kg dryer will do just fine.
#EASYTIP: It’s best to avoid overfilling your dryer – your clothes will dry faster with some room to breathe.
What do you dry?
Delicates – A dryer with low temperature options will help you dry your favourite fabrics safely.
Looking for easy ironing?
Leaving your laundry a little damp can make it easier, so look out for a humidity controlled dryer. Alternatively you can go for a time-controlled dryer and set it to finish with clothes a little damp, or dry if no ironing is required.
#EASYTIP: Time-controlled models are more at risk of over-drying your clothes because different loads take different times to dry. Humidity-control is a safer bet.
Want to save energy?
Dryers are rated between A and C for energy efficiency (A being the most money-saving and eco-friendly).
Heat pump dryers are A-class machines. The more efficient the dryer the more money and energy you’ll save in use, which can add up to a lot of savings over the years.