Everyone knows Britain is a rainy place, so it makes sense to have a tumble dryer ready and waiting for when the heavens open and you have to bring in the washing.
Vented Tumble Dryers
On the whole vented tumble dryers require less maintenance than condenser models – once installed, their upkeep is barely noticeable. There are no water containers that need to be emptied like you’d find in a condenser dryer. All you have to do is clean the fluff filter after each use.
Just like the Beko DRVS73W, a lot of our vented dryers have the choice of either sensor or timed drying. If you know your load well, just pop it in for a set time and you’re done, but if it’s a mixed bunch that you’re not sure about, the sensor drying will protect fabrics, stopping the cycle when clothes are dry.
To see more of our models, browse through all our tumble dryers here.
Most vented dryers come with a vent hose around 1.5 - 2 metres long, but extensions can be purchased if your dryer isn’t directly next to an exterior wall.