The White Knight C86A7W tumble dryer's clever sensor technology is kind to your clothes and your bills.
Drying your clothes in the fresh air may be wonderful but for most of the year (including much of the summer!) the great British weather means it's simply not an option - investing in a tumble dryer saves you time, cuts down on condensation in your home and ensures you can have essential items ready quickly and easily.
You get 6 levels of sensor drying - Iron Dry, Cupboard Dry, Extra Dry, Mid Dry, Extra Iron Dry and Damp Dry. Your vented dryer will automatically detect how dry your clothes are and stop when they reach the required level of dryness. This keeps your electricity bill low, as well as ensuring your clothes are not harmed by exposure to unnecessary heat.¿
A 7kg load capacity means you can dry lots of items at the same time. A final cool-down tumble also keeps creasing to a minimum and makes ironing a breeze.
3 heat settings
180 minute timer
6 level sensor drying
30 minute freshen up program
12 minute final cool down tumble
Anti crease and reverse action features
Delay start up to 9 hours
Rear vent position fitted with extendable hose
Energy Rating: C
White Knight C86A7W dryer - front loading - freestanding - white
Dryer - front loading - Electric
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Maximum Noise Level
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59.6 cm x 53 cm x 85 cm
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