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Eurotech 7kg Front Vented Dryer $253.76 + $79 Shipping (MarketClub, $360.40 Delivered without) @ Assured Appliances, The Market

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Noel Leeming's RRP is $749

Not familiar with Eurotech but they seem to be around enough and have their office in NZ.
They are offering 5 year warranties on their whiteware range from 1 Aug 2022

Dimensions

  • Height: 840mm
  • Width: 595mm
  • Depth: 555mm

Features

  • Front vented
  • Freestanding or wall mounted
  • Transparent door with 180-degree opening
  • Auto-stop drying
  • Stainless steel drum
  • Anti-crease option
  • Child lock
  • Error alarm
  • 4 programs; Mix, Cotton, Synthetic, 1-Hour
  • 3 settings; Extra, Standard, Less

Specifications

  • 2 Star energy rating
  • Max rated power: 2000W
  • Electrical power: 220-240v, 50-60hz
  • Product weight: 35kg
  • Manual

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Comments

  • 'Front vented' - how exactly does this work? It just vents out the front into the room? This would probably be fine in a garage?

    • As long as your garage is decently ventilated, yes. It's not a condenser, so you will get a lot of heat and moisture output into the air. Imo, condenser dryers are better for smaller spaces or garages without windows/unable to leave door cracked open.

      • +1

        We went from front vented in a garage to condenser drier in same garage.
        It is amazing how much water the condenser drier captures and scary how much moister was vented into the garage for years.
        We always opened the garage door but i think from now on I would never use a front vent drier anywhere.

    • +1

      We had a front vented drier at a place we were staying once. Even with the windows open in the garage it'd leave a small puddle of water in front. Wouldn't recommend

  • Front vented? I didn't think anyone still made dryers that couldn't be vented outside.

    Not recommended, unless you want a nice damp room.

  • +2

    I think there are vent kits that you can attach to the front vent.

    Like the ones they sold at hardware stores and Harvey Norman/Noel Leeming, for about $100 I believe.

    Came across this piece while I was shopping for a new dryer seeing how unreliable the weather with sunny days recently. So I went and bought it to check it out, for about $300 buck (plus another $100 for the ducting kit) with 5yr warranty, I gave it a try.

    I'll post an update first installation review here once they deliver the unit.

  • Stick it in your garage right next to a door after all how much moisture comes off your car I would say quite a bit. A condenser dryer cost around $1000 or you could get a piece of junk from save barn for $600. If you are using a dryer every day a condenser dryer is the way to go it's more efficient and cheaper to run, but for occasional use or for emergencies $360 and a five year warranty it's a bargain.

  • I took a punt on this and will just vent it outside myself by chopping a hole in the wall.

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