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    I have the f&p too. I let clothes just get damp (dry on line mostly) and dry off in dryer and essentials in dryer eg if we need underwear or jumpsuits etc.

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    Just dont make the same mistake my DH made, he was trying to be nice and got me one - which i love but it has half the load size as my washer...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bpac View Post
    Just dont make the same mistake my DH made, he was trying to be nice and got me one - which i love but it has half the load size as my washer...
    Very good point because that would be super annoying! Oh dear your DH, that's something mine would totally do

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    Can anyone tell me the exact name of this Fisher and Pykell dryer so I can do some investigating....

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    Subbing! I used to have a Simpson but it broke after 4 years because I think my old housemate was overloading it.

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    We've had it for a while, at least 5 years so they might look a bit different. If i remember correctly there are a few the same, just different sizes

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    I have the F&P one that senses the load and stops when dry. Can't fault it. It is about 2 years old now and does about 2-4 loads a week as I just use it as a backup in wet weather or winter as my line doesn't get much sun and things can still be damp at the end of the day.

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    I have the fisher pykel - AeroSense™ 5.0kg Clothes Dryer. Same as the current model on the f&p website.

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    It seems as if F&P are the brand to get. Thanks for the input ill have to go and get my shop on

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    I go for the one with the highest energy rating, it costs more, but saves you more in the long run. I've got an Electrolux and even with the higher energy rating they say it costs $1 every dry, which if it is cold and wet and you have kids can really add up. I've never had an issue with it, runs well and dries well.Mine is a sensor dry as well.
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