JML Dri Buddi Reviews
Product Type: JML gadgets
Description:Clothes dryer. / Just hang wet clothes on the Dri Buddi, up to 18 garments, then zip Dri Buddi cocoon cover in place ... more
Newest Review: ... consists of a small but quite sturdy and powerful convector heater above its legs which blows hot air upwards. There is an ... more
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Last Update 18.12.2013 13:27
Customer JML Dri Buddi Reviews (14)
by - written on 13/01/09, updated on 12/11/10 (Very useful, 22323 readings)
Replacing a tumble dryer when you've had a gas powered one for the best part of fourteen years isn't easy to replace, particularly in light of whether its cheaper to keep using gas as the means to dry clothing or to consider electricity; it may well be justifiable to hang clothing outdoors if you're down in the coast of England - or even in London if I care to remember the hot humid nights I endured in many months of Augusts in many years. Generally thanks to the almost taken as granted cold wind and rain, it's just not feasible in Scotland to put clothing out wholeheartedly - and I don't care what anyone says - I've done the outdoors fandangle to the point that socks ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/11/11, updated on 22/11/11 (Very useful, 445 readings)
We have had our JML Dri Buddi now for about eight months. We do not have a tumble dryer (we used to but it is broken) so we bought one of these and got it reduced to just £45 as it was a reconditioned model. It looks nice and it doesn't look out of place in our kitchen as it stands in the corner but it is tall at over five feet in height! It is meant to be quiet when it is in full drying mode but it is quite noisy and you have to raise your voice to be heard over the top of the noise. In my personal opinion, it dries our clothes really well and you can hang quite a few things in there at once and they do come out smelling nicer than they used to in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/02/09 (Very useful, 3138 readings)
He's Jake the Peg, deedle eedle eedle um, With his extra leg, deedle, eedle eedle um. As a wife and mother I am used to not having any say whatsoever in what we watch on television. During the day when Holly is not at pre-school she wants to watch CBeebies and in the evening when Darren gets home from work, the programme schedule seems to consist of Top Gear, The A Team and any other manly programmes he can find whilst surfing the Sky channels. One thing he does hate is adverts, so whatever channel he is watching, as soon as the adverts come on, he starts channel hopping. So one night late last year when the adverts were on and he was bored, Darren ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/04/13 (Very useful, 180 readings)
I bought a JML Dri Buddy when I moved in with my boyfriend around 6 months ago and so far it's served us well. We bought it because we often need things like work uniforms drying quickly and I don't really want to put the heating on just to dry q few things. We also don't have much space to hang things to dry so it's a useful thing to have. I paid £60 for it, which I think is pretty good value. The whole thing was very easy to put together. What you get is basically a plastic tripod with a heater on it, hanging bars at the top, and a blue bag that goes over it. The hanging bars at the top have a couple of ridges in them to hold clothes hangers. The bag fits ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/12 (Very useful, 554 readings)
We bought the dri-buddi to dry off those extra bits. It's fantastic if you have small amount of washing to get dry. Dri-buddi was really simple to assemble, and doesn't take up any more space width ways than a normal tumble dryer. It's dimensions are as follows: H160, W63, D63cm The Dri-Buddi that I have has a blue cover with white writing-although as you can see from the picture above, it is now available in an improved version with a white cover with blue writing. It is available from most big retailers like Argos. The Dri-Buddi is made up of a metal stand, with space to hang a maximum of 18 garments on hangers at a time. You then ... Read the complete review
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