Tumble dryers: Compare features & prices Zanussi ZDC47200W review

The ZDC47200W condenser tumble dryer from Zanussi uses sensors that automatically stop the machine when your clothes are as dry as you choose, so you don't have to work out how long to set the timer for. But will the condenser tumble dryer manage to trap all the moisture it sucks out from your laundry? Read on to find out.
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bucksfizz2 wrote:
Zanussi Tumbledryer ZDC47200W
Bought this following detailed research (mainly via Which?) when we moved house. Previous tumbledryer was vented, didn't find it a satisfactory solution so moved to condenser. So far so good after just under 2 years. We don't have an airing cupboard (sadly), and in the summer months I really only the dryer for a 10minute "refresh" when I take the washing off the line. Then I can hand-smooth the items and avoid ironing! A cunning plan, I hear you say. In the winter months the tumbledryer is a boon. Beats having damp washing hanging around the house for days on end. Can't say I use all the settings, but very happy with the ones I do. I'm no techie, but it seems to do what it says on the tin.
9/9/2013 6:13 PM GDT

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