Integrated Tumble Dryer - non vented

(9 Posts)
SarahSea1 Fri 29-Jul-16 09:56:08

Does an integrated condensor tumble dryer exist? I have a tiny space in basement of terrace house so I can't vent out. I would also struggle to box in a freestanding due to worktop depth/space unless it was reduced depth. Any ideas?

wowfudge Fri 29-Jul-16 10:04:23

If it's in the basement does it need to be integrated or boxed in?

tasteslikechicken Fri 29-Jul-16 10:14:38

Yes, I have one. Just google it.

SarahSea1 Fri 29-Jul-16 10:17:29

Thank you for replying. Boxing in may be possible but I think it may be too bulky. I have an L shaped space which once worktops are on gives me 600mm x 1200 so I'm trying to keep everything as streamlined as possible. If I did box in a freestanding model, would there be any overheating issues, I wonder? There are some horror stories about Hoover and I seem to recall Beko being partial to a fire.

SarahSea1 Fri 29-Jul-16 10:43:32

I have endlessly Googled, tastes, but they're all vented, not condensor. It would be great to know which brand yours is, as they must exist.

YelloDraw Fri 29-Jul-16 13:41:11

two here but they are bloody expensive

SarahSea1 Fri 29-Jul-16 13:58:07

Blimey, they are expensive. Back to the washing line it is.. Thanks so much yelloDraw.

MrsPJones Sun 31-Jul-16 23:59:36

Only Miele, we got ours off gumtree for about £250, a few pop up on ebay if you keep an eye out.

SarahSea1 Mon 01-Aug-16 10:49:06

Thanks, Mrs, I'll stop wasting my time trawling and keep my eyes open for Miele.

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