I don't have one but have just got back from a holiday in Finland where we had one in our suite. It was fab. If you find any, let me know. A swift Google has only come up with Maytags here. The one we used was a Hotpoint.
We just have enough space in a cupboard which houses the boiler (and hot water pipes). Just enough room for a standing drying rail plus a fixed rail above head height for hanging shirts etc. Can hold 2 wash loads easily and things usully dry within a few hours with just the retained warm from when the boiler is on.
http://www.iseappliances.co.uk/products/drying-products/dc158-drying-cabinet.html v costly though! this company was recommended by the man who mended my cooker after I was bemoaning the shocking cost of spares and how it's often not economical to mend appliances. They have 10 yr parts and labour guaruntee. But I guess a drying cabinet shouldn't breakdown anyway. According to them, it's more economical than a tumbler (but not as much as drying outside)
Staber Industries provides both residential and commercial drying cabinets that are built to last. Staber drying cabinets are made of great quality and are manufactured in Groveport, Ohio in which are proudly made in the USA. For any questions that you may have visit www.staberdryingcabinets.com There are great visuals and customer testimonials on youtube to use as reference. Hope this helps.
My parents have one, it's fabulous for drying coats / boots and other wet outdoor gear as well as for laundry - even has cool wee stalks to dry gloves etc. I would love one but it was expensive and we've got a warm boiler room with a pulley so it's hard to justify unfortunately
Our tumble dryer broke a while ago so we bought this as an alternative. I think its much better as you can put everything in there (even coats) and nothing shrinks. also as far as I was told by peko it uses less energy than a tumble dryer ...
I’ve just treated my two kids who live in separate flats in London to heated air driers from Lakeland. I bought ones that run at 6p an hour but there are smaller ones for 4p an hour. You are recommended to buy a cover that zips over the entire airer for the best results. They are pleased with them as it means an end to endless days of wet washing hanging around that never smells as fresh as washing dried in a tumble drier. Easily packed away too.
Aftershock or Megan, can I ask a question please. The Peko website says the cabinet needs to be attached to a wall...that won't work for where I want to put it. Do either of you just have it free-standing? Thanks