Secamatic Turbo Electric Clothes Dryer Just £34.99 @ Groupon

Secamatic Electric Clothes Dryer

Drying your washing inside during the Winter is a nightmare! I already lack space in my house so to have tons of washing hanging around isn't great but what other option do we have hey!

Well this Secamatic Turbo Electric Clothes Dryer is a brilliant option, it is a great way to dry washing when it can't be hung outside and it is currently on offer at Groupon for just £34.99 instead of £88.62.

This electric dryer looks like the answer to all my wet washing problems! I won't have to leave washing hanging on radiators and airers causing damp anymore.

Just hang it from this electric clothes dryer and plug it in! The turbo dryer is designed to dry clothing in mere minutes! It can hold up to 10kg of washing at a time and helps to save up to 35% more energy than a conventional tumble dryer.

It also helps to make the ironing easier, hurrah! It's portable too so it can be moved around the house with ease. This dryer is available for a limited time only and is selling super fast at Groupon so don't leave it too long to order as I would hate for you to be disappointed!

Home delivery is an additional £1.99.

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  • Paula S.

    I have one of these and they are fabulous

  • Lauren V.

    these cost less to dry your clothes than running a tumble dryer

  • Julie E.

    have heard they are really good

  • Linda H.

    Watched a programme where they tested different products and it came out as rubbish lol

  • Katie D.

    oh cool will have a look x

  • Sharon W.

    I had one,does take longer to dry clothes and they don't come out soft but if U have no dryer then it is ideal

  • Brian B.

    Just buy a tumble dryer :joy::joy:

  • Laura B.

    I know someone that's got one x

  • Alycia C.

    It is good but I would say it probably takes the same amount of time as a tumble dryer. It's also awkward to dry things like sheets. I know I'm not selling it very well but I do like mine :slight_smile:

  • Allana H.

    This looks good wonder how well they work xx

  • Nikki-Jade S.

    That's a good idea!!! Thanks

  • Jackie D.

    Ha. They may fit one day's worth of the girls' washing if they haven't had a particularly messy day (rare!!) :joy:

  • Sinèad H.

    Got the dri buddi which is similar to this And I wouldn't be without it now.

  • Donna T.

    I was looking at this one the other day xx

  • Charlie M.

    When I move I'm getting one lol

  • Gemma W.

    Nice one! I'm going to order it :kissing_heart:

  • Kimberley S.

    We have one of these, they're definitely worth it in the winter, clothes come out no creases too xx

  • Gillian C.

    Oh never seen 1 of these b4 x

  • Valerie L.

    Would be great for the winter :thumbsup_tone1::clap_tone1::kissing_heart::kissing_heart:

  • Rachel I.

    I love mine i dry school shirts pinifores and jumpers that usually go bobbly in the tumble fryer in it.

  • Stephan H.

    Pretty sick that! Kyle had something similar

  • Gina D.

    Oooohhhh I so need this xx

  • Ian B.

    I love mine! I put my bedding in it. Keeps clothes fresh. Also less ironing. Yes! Leo will break it x

  • Duncan F.

    I looked at that thought it would be good for us!

  • Nicole P.

    Is it good? I've nowhere really to put it but trying to get clothes dried is a nightmare xx

  • Carley P.

    I no but it is good coz we don't have a tumble dryer

  • Ashley P.

    :joy:. We don't have one of them because we don't have space yes it's good but we don't have the room for either babe x

  • Carley P.

    I know I was just stating that it's good

  • Rachel J.

    This is what I have already!! Hehe

  • Melissa M.

    Where would i even put that lol

  • Anna-marie Y.

    Magic will have to get one

  • Abby C.

    I need to dry my heavy stuff somewhere but worried I'll spend loads and he'll break it! How do u store it when it's not being used and does it have a timer?

  • Emma F.

    Mine overheated after 4 uses. It has only been on 1/2 hour. The plug was roasting.

  • Emma F.

    Sorry, mine was a dri-buddy. Different brand

  • Dawn L.

    enittt i need one for the clothes i cant tumble hahaa

  • Lauren B.

    Saw this earlier looks good doesn't it xxx

  • Hily W.

    Mums got one obviously. Quite good actuallly!

  • Amy B.

    That does look good dnt it. Where would I put it tho :see_no_evil:

  • gemhoob

    hi, I bought the dryer from Groupon, I can't seem to figure out how to change the plug, can, does anybody know how to do this? Please and thank you 

  • gemhoob

    hi, I bought the secamatic dryer and I can't seem to work the plug out, can anybody help me please? Thank you :)

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