Washer dryers are designed to take the strain out of doing the laundry, by combining cleaning and drying in one machine. They are particularly useful for smaller households that don’t have enough space, or generate enough laundry, to justify a separate washing machine and tumble dryer.
Stainless Steel Washer Dryer
Washer dryers can be used in three ways, washing only, drying only and washing and drying as a whole cycle without a break in-between.
As well as being conveniently packed into one space saving unit, washer dryers come in a variety colours designed to complement a range of kitchen designs. Including basic white, subtle silver, bold black and luxurious stainless steel.
Take a look at our featured model on the right for a sneak preview of what these washer dryers have to offer. The special programmes don’t end there. On top of its quick wash, this model has cycles specifically designed for gym and sports clothing, shirts, wool and delicates, the WDF147XS has everything you need to clean varying levels of soiling and different fabric types. The 6 drying programmes include iron dry, cupboard dry and extra dry, and each benefit from the humidity sensor which stops the programme when the desired level of dryness has been met.
Size isn't an issue either, the WDF147XS can wash 7kgs at once, which roughly translates to 35 shirts. It can dry 4kgs - approximately 12 shirts at a time - making it a great size for families, while the extra large porthole makes loading and unloading bulky items quick and easy.
With washer dryers, the total load capacity for washing and drying is different; to get the best drying results, the load size must be reduced. This is because to best wash clothes they should be close together, but to dry them they need room to move around in the warm air.