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8kg Electrolux Heat Pump Dryer EDH3284PDW Reviewed by product expert - Appliances Online

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You can buy this dryer here http://www.appliancesonline.com.au/8kg-electrolux-heat-pump-dryer-edh3284pdw/ This dryer has an 8kg capacity, which is enough to suit a family of five or more. As a heat pump dryer, this appliance recycles the heat from its exhaust to further dry your clothes, making it incredibly energy efficient. This should also help keep running costs down in your laundry. It’s also a condenser dryer, which means it doesn’t vent steam into your laundry. Instead, the moisture from your clothes is collected as condensed water in this tank up here. You’ll need to empty this tank after each load. Moving along the front, we have the control panel, made up of this dial and this LED display. The dial lets you select from 14 different drying modes, to better suit different loads. Just select the level of dryness you want, and let the dryer’s sensors do the rest, automatically detecting the dampness of your clothes to prevent over drying. The LED display lets you select from some extra drying options, including adjusting the drying time, delaying the drying cycle to start at a more convenient time, turning the buzzer on and off and adding an additional crease removal phase to the end of your drying cycle, for fewer wrinkles in your clothes. Looking at the reversible door, we see there’s a nice wide opening of 380mm, so you can easily load and unload your laundry, including larger items. The lint filter is just inside the door – remember to clean this filter after each load. The dryer’s action alternates between rotating clockwise and anticlockwise to reduce tangling and creasing in your clothes. At the base of the machine, we have the condenser and heat exchanger, which you should clean every few months to keep the machine running at peak efficiency. Because this is a condenser dryer, it is too heavy to safely wall-mount in your laundry. It has a noise rating of approximately 66 decibels, which is about the same as an average conversation.