BLACK+DECKER 63099 3-Tier Heated Clothes Airer Aluminium, Cool Grey, 140cm x 73cm x 68cm
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A great value design resembling a more traditional airer, this dried our clothes within two and a half hours and our bedsheets in one hour forty. Testers liked the fact you can lie clothes flat in the middle and found it easy to fit a load of washing on. The best heated clothes airers will save you time and money when it comes to drying smaller loads on a rainy day.
The heated airer was tested on its ability to dry clothes, bath towels and bedding. The clothes were dried laying flat on the shelf, draped over a single heated bar and on the hanging rail. The airer was also tested on how easy it was to set up, use and put away afterwards. About the author From confused mid-century bungalow to open-plan Kiwi-style, contemporary home - this stunning home has been completely transformed
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Can heated clothes airers save you money? Our testing found heated clothes airers will cost about half as much money to run as a drying pod. We selected the heated airers and drying pods from the most searched-for brands and popular UK retailers. If you are fed up with flimsy clothes airers that turn to jelly at the mere sight of wet bath towels, then we have found the airer for you.Size: 140H x 73W x 68D cm | Capacity: 15kg | Energy use: 300 watts | Cost per hour: 9p | Drying time settings: No timer | Foldable: Yes | Cable length: N/A | Tiers: Three What we like Tumble dryers might be the fastest way of drying your clothes, but not all garments can withstand that level of heat without shrinkage or damage – and other items can lose years of their life. Instead, heated airers offer a solution that is kinder to both your clothes and the environment. They provide room for airflow like regular clothes airers or clothes horses except with a bit of extra heat to speed the process up. Where a tumble dryer consumes around 4.5kWh per cycle, heated clothes airers often use less than 0.3kWh and rarely higher than 1.2kWh, so even though they’re slower than a tumble dryer, they will cost you less in the long run. So, if you’re after a savvy laundry drying solution that can be cheaper to run than a tumble dryer (or putting the heating on), and speedier than air drying, look no further than a heated clothes airer.