This white Haier condenser dryer HDC80E1 has the capacity to dry an 8kg load of laundry or one queen doona for your three to four-person household. A condenser dryer condenses the moisture from the fabrics into water so no outside venting duct is needed, which is great if you’re renting and the dryer is positioned in a well-ventilated room. The Haier HDC80E1 has 16 drying programs to care for all fabric types – from everyday cottons and bed linens – to sports gear or jeans. It has an anti-crease option to minimise creases in shirts and trousers, and you can get the right dryness level to suit the load by selecting one of three options at the Dry Level button including ‘Extra Dry’ for wet towels. Choose from high, middle, low, or cool air temperature settings to ensure dedicated care for each type of load. This clothes dryer includes a drying rack. It has a 2 star energy rating. This condenser dryer is 845mm high, 595mm wide, and 648mm 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.
Energy Rating:2 Star
No. Of Programs:16
Drying Program Type:Shirt, Towel, Jeans, Refresh, Express 30, Mix, Bedding, Sport, Underwear, Baby Care, Synthetic Dry: Extra, Normal, Drying, Cotton Dry: Extra, Normal, Drying
Drying Options:Anti-crease, Temperature, Dry Level
Dryness Levels:Extra: Extra Dry, Normal: Ready to wear, Damp: Ready to iron
Matching Washing Machine:Haier Front Load Washer HWF85DW1 / HWF75DW1 / HWF75AW2
Additional Features:Sensor drying, Drain away hose or easy to empty tank for condensed water, Stainless steel drum, LED display, Delay start, Transparent door, Child lock
Manufacturer’s Warranty:2 Year
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