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Latest Maytag tumble dryer range hits stores

Built-in tumble dryer one of three new models

Maytag MTD07SCIIA tumble dryer

Maytag has launched three tumble dryers – including a built-in tumble dryer sensor model and two freestanding condensing dryers.

The Maytag MTD 07SCIIA built-in sensor  is a condensing model with doors you can customise, an LCD display and a stainless steel finish.

Two freestanding sensor models – the MTD 07SCFIB available in stainless steel and the MTD 07SCFIC which comes in stainless steel or gloss black – complete the range.

Which? tests tumble dryers

Which? tumble dryers expert Matt Stevens said: ‘Built-in appliances are great for fitted kitchens but – unlike dishwashers – you won’t find many built-in on the market. Which? has tested a few built-in dryers and there are some decent models.’

We independently lab test tumble dryers to help you choose the top performing models on the market. Our review of nearly 100 – including the Maytag MDE5605AES Elensis, the Maytag MDE9601AEW 60 series and the Maytag MDE9651AEW 60 series – reveals how the tumble dryers did in our tests. Find out those we recommend as .

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Maytag tumble dryer range

Maytag says it uses ‘intelligent sensors within the dryer to adapt the drying program in order to optimise the energy and time usage’ and a ‘unique SensiDry programme for delicate fabrics’.

Each has 7kg capacity, 112-litre drums and a ‘very low noise level of just 46dB’ – but we haven’t tested the models to see whether these claims are accurate.

The Maytag MTD 07SCIIA is priced at £989 in John Lewis, the MTD 07SCFIB is currently £849.82 in Comet and the MTD 07SCFIC costs £659 in John Lewis. Maytag dryers are also available from independent stockists.

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