Quite often companies favour form over function – they design something to look good rather than work well. A bit like Cat Deeley – looks great but then she opens her mouth and she sounds like Ozzie Osbourne.
Our tumble drier broke on Friday which is a bit inconvenient because, with two adults and four kids in the house, it takes the whole weekend to do the weeks washing. So I nipped up to Curry’s yesterday and bought a new one.
I pushed the boat out and went for the second cheapest drier available (I don’t like spending money) which is made by a company I’ve never heard of called Beko and it’s great. The door isn’t round like they usually are on tumble driers and washing machines, nor is it a tiny porthole through which you have to surgically extract anything larger than a sock. The door takes up nearly half of the front of the machine and it’s a square hole (with rounded corners of course) so the clothes don’t get wedged at the bottom as you’re pulling them out.
All in all, it’s a very well designed tumble drier and at £149 it’s a bargain as well.
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