8kg Condenser Dryer
8kg Condenser Dryer is rated out of 5 by 3.
600W x 600D x 850H(mm)
8kg Intuitive Condenser Dryer with 2 Stars Energy rating, Advanced Sensor Dry, Woolmark certified, reverse tumbling action and Refresh cycle.
Rated 1 out of 5 by BJ Steele from Awful I bought this two weeks ago and no matter what the setting cannot get my clothes dry. Clothes cold when taking them out and damp. Having to dry clothes in front of the heater. Very disappointed, will be asking them to replace the unit with another brand. Rubbish dryer don’t buy it
Date published: 2018-06-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sean1 from Have owned LG, Asko, Electrolux & Bosch This dryer works seamlessly and as expected. I normally don't write reviews but I think it's important that people understand that non vented dryers require a bit of education. Small loads should be done on timed mode, and if you have a 1600rpm spin washing machine like I do, then cottons loads should be treated the same. Maintaining (Washing) the condenser regularly is also important. The main reason why I like my Electrolux over the Asko, LG or Bosch I've owned previously is the reverse tumbling which makes it better for my large towels and sheets. I went through and read a lot of reviews prior to my purchase and it seems the common complaint is things not drying properly. The reason I say this works seamlessly and as expected is that a condenser dryer is never as hot as an old vented dryer, it's great as I can dry my woollens on the wool program and not get damage, but to all the people writing bad reviews on all the brands of Condesner dryer that are out there, you proabably need to know they don't get as hot as the old dryers, and they ALL leave a little more moisture in the clothes. I would recommend this product over the other ones I've had/used.
Date published: 2017-07-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by Tinkle from Thoroughly digusted I have an EPC2086PDW still under warranty. I am in my late 70's and had a drier all my married life but never one as terrible as this one. Is it too much to ask that when you pay out big cash for these sensor driers that they should dry the washing???? I think not. One shouldn't have to transfer washing from the drier to the hot water cupboard. I've tried every cycle and the washing is still damp. I am aware that this is a new way of drying but the machine I have is hopeless. Had someone out to have a look at it but he couldn't find anything wrong. That didn't help me get my bath mats etc dry.
Date published: 2017-05-12