With our heat pump clothes dryer ratings, you can cut through all the sales hype and find real value. We have researched the manufacturers data and compared the brands from a repairman's point of view.
We have given you our top pick followed by a complete list of manufacturers and our reviews of their products.
Our top pick is the MAYTAG brand but they are not available in all parts of the world. Their extra large (9kg) capacity and use of advanced sensor technology are combined with a very good warranty.
We continue our heat pump clothes dryer ratings with an alphabetical list of manufacturers and reviews of their products.
AEG-------------- aeg-home.com ------2*
This brand is from ELECTROLUX GROUP and is available in Europe and Asia. The T65370AH3 features their PROTEX soft drum with three lifters to gently fluff the clothes. They have a smaller capacity at 7kg and only an average guarantee.
These dryers are made and sold in Turkey. The 3887KT model has a direct drain for the condensate and a pretty good warranty.
The T884XLHP units feature a durable stainless steel drum and are available worldwide. They have a condensate reservoir that must be dumped and an average guarantee.
This brand is a subsidiary of ARCELIK A.S. and is available worldwide. The ECOSMART range offers units with a bi-directional drum to minimize wrinkles but the warranty is not very good when compared to other brands.
These dryers are made in Germany and the brand is a part of ARCELIK A.S. The TKF8451AG50 has a large capacity and is backed by a good guarantee.
The WPT 5018 has a relatively small capacity (7 kg) and uses a reservoir for the condensate. Their website is not much help and does not have a stated warranty policy.
BOSCH------- bosch-home.com.au ----2*
The ECOLOGIXX 7 has an extra latrge 9 kg capacity and a durable stainless steel drum. They have an automatic self-cleaning condenser so require less maintenance and are backed by a decent guarantee.
The DPY8504CGM uses sensors to control the drying and has a durable stainless steel drum. The units are made and sold in South Africa. Their website is not much help and does not have a stated warranty policy.
You can continue to browse our alphabetical list of manufacturers but, if you are searching for a specific brand, you can enter its name in the search box at the top of the page.