Indesit I2D71WUK review
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This Indesit I2D71WUK condenser dryer doesn’t cost too much to buy, but it will use more energy than a super-efficient heat-pump dryer. However, this one is likely to dry your clothes more quickly, and its simple controls should be easy to use. Scroll down to the full review to find out whether this tumble dryer would be the right choice for your home.What's included:
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- How well does it dry clothes?
- How much energy does it use?
- How easy is it to use?
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- Manufacturer guarantee1 year
- Manufacturer guarantee termsAll Indesit appliances have a one-year guarantee as standard. By registering your appliance, you also get a 10-year parts guarantee.
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