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Would any Which subscribers be willing to check tumble-dryer review please?!

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Tinkjon Thu 10-Sep-09 10:50:23

I know this is a bit cheeky but I wondered if anybody would be willing to post some Which reviews of tumble-dryers for me?

I want a White Knight, vented, reverse action dryer with no less than a 6kg capacity and wondered if they had reviewed any. I've looked for various reviews online but it's such a minefield and DS is not happy to be sitting here whilst I spend any more time researching this!

Thanks very much in advance and hope nobody thinks I'm being too cheeky!!

GoldenSnitch Thu 10-Sep-09 11:05:08

I'm sure someone will be along in a minute with the info for you, but if not...

Which? do a free trial so when I was checking out stuff for our new kitchen I signed up (think it was a month) then set a remninder in my calendar to cancel it before I had to pay anything. I just e-mailed them and said I hadn't used it as much as I thought I would and had changed my mind. They cancelled it with no problems. I would guess they will keep an eye out to make sure people aren't doing this regularly but it certainly works for a one-off.

It's a bit cheeky but I did get to check out loads of stuff for free...

Tinkjon Thu 10-Sep-09 19:22:22

Thanks Snitch!

cilitbang Thu 10-Sep-09 19:40:03

Under £500 or over?

Siemens WT36V398GB
White Knight ECO 43A
Bosch WTV74308GB
White Knight ECO 83A

All in top 10, unless you want to spend over £500??

I can email you the full report if you like? Just cat me if you want.

My one month £1 trial runs out in a week so I'm happy to get the most out of it! ps Good Housekeeping Tried and Tested are also really good reviews, and they are free! here

Let me know if you want that full review Tink...

cilitbang Thu 10-Sep-09 19:41:47

Sorry good housekeeping reviews here

clarea1 Thu 10-Sep-09 21:26:49

I had a white knight for years, I can;t remember the capacity but it did reverse and sensor dry which takes somne getting used to but having had it I miss it now. I only got rid of it becuase the front yellowed quite badly and I didn't like that in my kitchen.

The sensor dry is great because it means ur not wasting electric having the dryer on longer than it is needed. Great at night too.

The dryer was fab and performed super for about 5 years - my friend now has it and it's still going 2 years later.


Tinkjon Fri 11-Sep-09 17:11:16

cilitbang, thanks ever so much! I defintiely want to spend over £500, I only want an entrey-level model, I don't want sensor drying (as good as it sounds). I will check the GH reviews in a mo, much appreciated!!

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