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Searching around for the best condenser tumble dryer for your needs can really give you the washday blues!

There are literally hundreds of makes and models available so we can save you hours of searching by providing cheap condenser tumble dryer deals on one site - by make, price and colour.

All our featured stores offer secure online checkout services so when you buy a condenser tumble dryer you’ll know your shopping experience will be completely safe from the comfort of your home.


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A condenser dryer is the smart way to dry your washing

If you are working to a set budget then you can search for a condenser dryer by price category from £150 up to £1,000.

And you can also browse for tumble dryers by colour if you have a preference or need a machine to match an existing washing machine - choices include white, cream, stainless steel, silver, black, graphite and grey.

These dryers are all the rage as more and more homeowners choose to cut out the hassle of installing venting systems in their homes which are required for traditional vented or hose models.

A condensing dryer will normally be slightly more expensive than a vented model but usually has some impressive advantages worth taking into consideration.

This popular new type of dryer collects the moisture from the drying process in a water reservoir which can then be detached and emptied - a light or alarm is usually provided to alert you when this needs to be done so you’ll know immediately when your condenser dryer tank is full.

So there’s no need to have a hole created in your wall to take the vent or hose, and also you have the real benefit of being able to place your condenser tumble dryer anywhere you want - it’s no longer restricted to the area near the vent shaft.

Most condenser dryers are freestanding and can be installed in any well-ventilated room while integrated models can be hidden behind a cabinet door. Some also allow water to be pumped out via your washing machine’s plumbing system if that’s an option which appeals to you.

There are plenty of excellent cheap condensing dryers available for under £200 but it may be better to spend a bit more if you want a dryer that has the latest high technology and components on board. This includes top of the range products from Miele and Maytag.

Buying the best dryer for your needs at home

The simplest way to dry your clothing is on the washing line on a sunny and windy day - but, of course, dry days are few and far between in the UK! That’s when a condenser drier comes to the rescue - if it’s pouring with rain outside you can always rely on a tumble dryer to get your garments dry and fresh. The range of condenser dryers available these days is very impressive indeed.

Condensing tumble dryers are very sophisticated these days come with a variety of features. Some can even be set so that they do your drying at times of the day or night when electricity is at a low charge rate. A condenser dryer is one home appliance which does in fact use a lot of electricity so it can end up costing you quite a bit of money to get your washing dried, so it is very advantageous to buy one which can be set to automatically turn itself on at low rate electricity charge times

It’s wise to consider your needs carefully before choosing a dryer - if you have a large family then you’re probably best getting a model with a large-sized drying drum. You also need to study the range of settings on each dryer - most come with a timer and high and low heat option. You’ll also need to consider warranty terms, after-sales support and arrangements for getting spare parts for your dryer. It pays to shop around for the condenser tumble dryer that best suits your needs.

If you’re willing to pay a bit more for a dryer there are plenty of models with extra options such as sensor drying, crease guard, bi-directional drum spinning, increased fabric and wool care, final cool tumbling and timer delays for running a dryer at night on a lower off-peak electricity rate.

Some dryer models are cheaper and very compact, which makes them an ideal choice if space is an issue, while there are plenty of models available which are larger and more expensive, but better suited to homes with a heavy weekly laundry wash load.

Not having to connect these dryers to a vent hose is an obvious major benefit. The only real demands from a condenser tumble dryer is the location for power and adequate air flow.

The latest condenser dryers on the market are incredibly quiet when operating, compared to those from just a few years ago. They require minimal upkeep, other than emptying the water container and lint tray after every use.

It really is important to consider the size of drum you need on a dryer, with regard to the size of your family and the weight of your normal drying load. A compact dryer is fine for anyone living alone, but you'll need a drum with at least a 7kg capacity for a large family.

It's definitely worth buying a dryer with a moisture sensor which will monitor how wet or dry your laundry is - is will automatically reduce the heat level when clothing is almost dry and switch the appliance off completely when you garments are dry.

It pays to look at several models before making your choice - so our one-stop shop is ideal for finding the best dryer currently on sale at the top UK stores.

Many sites offer information about dryers from justa few manufacturers but we’ve got condenser tumble dryers from most of the top names in the marketplace including AEG, Beko, Tricity Bendix, Bosch, Candy, Creda, Electrolux, Hoover, Hotpoint, Indesit, LG, Maytag, Miele, Siemens, Whirlpool, White Knight and Zanussi.

We feature tumble dryers to compare from dozens of the top stores around including Appliance City, Tesco, Argos, John  Lewis, Tribal UK, ElectricShop, Ebay, B&Q, Electrical 123, Amazon and Homebase.


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