- Works in only 2-3 minutes.
- 13.8 lb capacity for wet laundry.
- No special dryer hookup required, can use in many places conventional dryers can't be used.
- If used with a conventional dryer, cuts drying time by 30 minutes or more.
- Connects to any 110V outlet.
- 100 times as energy efficient as a conventional dryer.
- 3200 RPM spin speed.
- Much gentler on the clothes than a regular dryer, so your clothes will last longer (no lint).
- Lightweight, weighs only 22 lbs.
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No, spin dryers are designed to spin out the excess water.
It comes out of the drain spout at the bottom. You could put a bowl or other type of receptacle underneath the drain spout to catch the water and detergent.
No, but very close to it.
Yes, but if it's a top loader, which most people have, it's only around 450 revolutions per minute (RPM), versus over 3000 RPM. As a result, depending on the type of clothes spun, you can remove up to a gallon of water and detergent from a full load of clothes.
The single most important thing you can do is properly balance the load, as this results in less strain on the motor and other components.
No, you won't see any more wrinkles than you would coming out of a regular washing machine after the spin cycle. Also, despite the high spin speed, it is actually much more gentle on the clothes than a conventional clothes dryer, which removes some of your clothes each load in the form of lint.
It would still help a little, but as the spin speeds are often close to 1400 RPM, plus they have a larger tub, the spin dryer would not remove a lot of extra water from the clothes.
They are a little louder than the Mini Countertop Spin Dryers, but not very loud. We get this question a lot before people order, but have never had a single case where a customer actually had to return a unit for this reason. There are some videos on the Internet, but due to audio issues it's impossible to hear the true sound level.