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Tumble dryer recommendations for the shed

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ErrolTheDragon Thu 17-Oct-13 20:17:08

TBH I think any vented dryer should be ok in a shed.

Its fridges and freezers which counter-intuitively can't be kept too cold.

Melfish Thu 17-Oct-13 20:13:48

Another hotpoint vented tumble drier in an unheated garage. Think it was about £150 4 years ago. The hose is dangled out of the window. Seems to still work (touch wood).

gobbin Thu 17-Oct-13 19:56:35

We have a cheap Hotpoint vented dryer in an unheated garage. Simple and does the job well

EntWife Thu 17-Oct-13 12:59:39

we have cheapo hotpoint aqualis vented dryer in the shed. we have had it 5 years now. had its first problem last week (broken drive belt, easy to fix). works brilliantly and cost a grand total of £200

think this is it. the spec its the same

PigletJohn Wed 16-Oct-13 23:23:02

it is so easy to cut a hole in a shed wall that you should have a vented. They are simpler, cheaper and more reliable. There is a Bosch WTV74105GB "Which" best buy at about £360, which I am very pleased with, or the Bosch WTV74309GB at a similar price, but if you pay (quite a lot) more you can get a higher-scoring one.

IIRC there is a problem with (some?) condensor driers in chilly unheated areas in winter.

Northlondonma Wed 16-Oct-13 21:53:16

Thank you!

LittleMissWise Wed 16-Oct-13 21:48:10

I've got a Hotpoint vented one that is about 12 years old. This would be the equivalent. Mine has lived inside and outside, when it was outside I just left the shed door open and poked the pipe out of the door.

My sister had a cheap White Knight dryer in her shed.

Northlondonma Wed 16-Oct-13 21:44:26

Hi all.

We've recently moved and want to buy a tumble dryer that will stay in the shed outside. Anyone any recommendations for a dryer that can live outside?


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