Advantages sensory drying, no venting, quiet
Disadvantages water tank at the bottom
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I needed a condenser dryer for moderate family use (I have a 5 year old boy) that actually worked and didn't cost a fortune.This certainly ticked all the boxes.
I decided to buy after extensive research into condenser dryers within my price range.
The few complaints I have found generally seem to be a result of not reading/following the instructions. It is worth taking a few minutes to do this, the manual is neither long or complicated.
The dryer was also delivered with a quick user guide taped to the top (with easily removable tape)
It's also pretty quiet compared to other tumbledryersIf you prefer, you can set the time yourself, and choose delicates, cotton or synthetics. There are also anti-iron & wool care settings, I have not yet tried these as the cupboard dry leaves things ready to iron if you remove and shake them immediately
The dryer has indicator lights to tell you the filter and water tank need emptying, although this is recommended to do each use.The water tank is at the bottom, but not difficult to remove.
I can't comment on durability yet as I have only had it a few months, however I trust this brand very much in that respect.All in all, good value for money, it works and I find the sensors save money and ironing.
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