Smeg DHT91LUK review
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The Smeg DHT91LUK heat-pump tumble dryer can dry around 9kg of clothes in one go, making it roomier than many. Drying time is sensor controlled and this energy-saving dryer carries an A+ energy label. We tested it to find out how well and how quickly it dries clothes, how much energy this takes and how easy it is to use. Read on for our full review of this Smeg tumble dryer and all our test results.
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