Siemens tumble dryer guide

Siemens tumble dryer guide

by Katie Benson

The global Siemens home appliances brand has a reputation for quality and technology. Could a Siemens tumble dryer be the right appliance for you?

German brand Siemens has been around since 1843. Its offering extends far beyond domestic appliances: Siemens bills itself as a 'global engineering and technology services company, [providing] innovative solutions to help tackle the world's major challenges'.

Which? verdict on Siemens tumble dryers

The table below has a summary of how all Siemens tumble dryers we’ve tested since updating our test program in 2013 have performed in our tests. We’ve also included the brand’s reliability rating from our latest survey, and a customer satisfaction score. If you would rather read reviews of individual models, head to our Siemens tumble dryer reviews.

The table also shows how many Siemens tumble dryers we've tested, the range and average score achieved, plus pros and cons based on our years of testing. The table concludes with our expert verdict on whether or not it’s worth buying a Siemens tumble dryer.

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Siemens tumble dryer overview table
Siemens tumble dryer overview table
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How much do Siemens tumble dryers cost?

Siemens has mid-priced and more expensive models available. Prices start at £370 and quickly leap to around £800. Whatever your budget, you should find a Siemens tumble dryer in your price range.

While this page reveals how Siemens dryers have done in our tests, if you want to find out this brand measures up against other big tumble dryer names like Beko, Hotpoint and White Knight, head to our best tumble dryer brands page.

Choosing the best Siemens tumble dryer

Siemens' tumble dryers range is quite small, and all of its current models are condenser or at pump dryers. Models use sensor technology to work out when laundry is dry, saving you the hassle of setting a timer and repeatedly checking to see if it’s ready.

The Siemens dryers we’ve tested have capacities of 7kg to 8kg. As we test dryers at 70% full to keep our testing realistic, 7kg comfortably provides enough space to dry 20 shirts while an 8kg drum can accommodate 22.

Contact Siemens

You can get hold of Siemens by calling its customer service line on 0344 892 8999. You can also make general enquiries or comments via a form on the Siemens website