Hoover HBV7TDW-80 review
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The Hoover HBV7TDW-80 tumble dryer is almost from the golden age of drying, where humidity sensors were still science fiction, and smartphones – let alone controlling a machine from your phone – was still some way off in the future. It’s one of those machines where you just need to load it, set the timer and hit ‘go’. Plus, being vented and integrated (or built-in), it comes from the rarest of tumble dryer breeds. It’s integrated, which means that it’s been designed to fit into a kitchen cabinet, and there’s also room inside the drum for around 7kg of laundry. But for a basic tumble dryer, it’s not cheap. So, to find out whether it’s good value or not and to see how well the HBV7TDW-80 dries clothes, we tested it. Read on for our full review of this Hoover integrated tumble dryer.
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