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Hoover DXC9DG-80 review

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The Hoover DXC9DG condenser tumble dryer appears to offer a lot of dryer for an eye-catchingly low price. With a 9kg drying capacity, there's more room inside than you'll find with many tumble dryers. And this dryer's near-field technology allows you to use your smart phone to monitor and control it. But just how good is it at getting your clothes fully dry at the first time of asking? And how does it do when it comes to energy use? To answer both of these questions, we spent four weeks testing it. Read on for the results of our lab tests and our full review of this Hoover condenser tumble dryer.
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