JML Dri Buddi Indoor Clothes Dryer850/1147

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Get your clothes dry in a flash with the extremely quiet JML Dri Buddi clothes dryer, which uses much less energy than a standard tumble dryer. Dry up to 18 garments at one time and because it's portable, you can even take it with you on your travels!

Features a quiet 1200W motor with no messy filters. Approximate size when full expanded 160cm x 65cm.

  • Total drying space 1.6m.
  • Drying capacity 10kg.
  • Holds 1 wash load.
  • Ideal for flat drying.
  • Size when open: H160, W65, D65cm.
  • EAN: 5020044790489.

1138 reviews

Overall rating (4.3)

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brill clothes dryer

very easy to use. Dries clothes with ease, instead of using a clothes horse. would recommend this product.

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4 / 5
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Good but dont cram in a full load of washing.

Useful for those days when you cant hang washing outside to dry. However if you have limited space e.g. in a flat, then it is advisable to leave a window open to avoid condensation building up especially in cold weather. You wont get a full load of washing in there but its neither designed nor capable of taking things such as large sheets or towels. The more you put in the longer its going to take to dry so use it for smaller items of clothing.

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This product is very handy

Very practical specially when it's raining

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How much condensation does this produce please?

Hi, I am considering purchasing this. I live in a flat. Does this create lots of condensation and steam up windows? I don't want to end up with a damp problem at home. Thanks for your guidance.

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Hello there,

I can confirm that this product will product condensation from any water evaporating from the clothing. It doesn't have a system to catch it so we advise making sure there is a good airflow to prevent condensation on the windows and in your home.

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How expensive/cheap is it to run?

I am very interested into buying one but I really would like to know what it the energy comsuption on it? Don't really want to increase my bills too much.

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The spec says it consumes 1.2kw (1200w). The timer runs to a maximum of three hours.

A current average price of electricity is about 13p per kw/h so:

1.2 x 13p = 15.6 pence per hour or 47p per 3 hours.

Find out what you are paying per unit for your electric to get a more accurate estimate.

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Hi this was on T.V the other day on a consumer programme and they said it was quite cheap to run ideal for students hope this helps I am buying this myself.

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Hi there,

I would be unable to advise on running costs however, I can confirm that this dryer uses a 1200 watts motor unit.

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how much dose it cost to run

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I find it uses about 30 pence of electricity for a 3 hour cycle.

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