BRAND: Fisher and Paykel
This white Fisher & Paykel sensor dryer has the capacity to dry 7 kg (1kg the weight of one dry towel) or one queen doona, which is perfect for households of three or four. A sensor dryer takes the guesswork out of drying, with clever sensors assessing the weight and moisure levels in the load then drying clothes for the precise amount of time needed, to prevent over-drying damage and help you save on power bills. It features 6 types of drying programs, so you can select the setting for best results. Plus, the white Fisher & Paykel DE7060G1 features delicates, heavy-duty, air dry, freshen up, and time dry programs. It has a delayed start setting and a 2 star energy rating. You can free up space in your laundry room with the white DE7060G1 sensor dryer’s wall mounted design. It’s 830mm high, 600mm wide, and 600mm deep, so carefully measure the space where you want your dryer to go and make sure there’s enough room for the door to open and for your washing machine to fit underneath (with the washer lid fully open if you have a top loader).
Energy Rating:2 Star
No. Of Programs:6
Drying Program Type:Air Dry, Delicate, Everyday, Freshen, Heavy, Time Dry
Drying Options:Dryness Level, Dry Temp, Wrinkle Free
Dryness Levels:Extra Dry, Dry, Damp
Temperature Settings:High, Med, Low, No Heat
Additional Features:Auto-sensing, SmartTouch Control Dial, Wall Mounting Kit Included
Manufacturer’s Warranty:2 Year
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