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Aqualtis Washer-dryer ?!
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Post# 272817   3/29/2008 at 12:32 (3,544 days old) by mrx ()        

Its seems Hotpoint-Ariston has launched an Aqualtis Washer Dryer in the Netherlands !

8kg wash
6kg dry

1400rpm spin.

Model AQGMD 149


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Post# 272824 , Reply# 1   3/29/2008 at 13:12 (3,544 days old) by newwave1 (Lincoln, United Kingdom)        

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Its out here too! Its feature packed! A Rated washer/dryer! For both washing and drying!

Post# 272828 , Reply# 2   3/29/2008 at 13:38 (3,544 days old) by mrx ()        

Wonder how they manage the A rated drying!

Post# 272844 , Reply# 3   3/29/2008 at 15:15 (3,544 days old) by dj-gabriele ()        
A rating!

Good! Maybe that's because the Aqualtis leaves the clothes almost dry. One model gets down to 38% residual moisture only, isn't it?

Post# 272860 , Reply# 4   3/29/2008 at 16:27 (3,544 days old) by dyson2drums (United Kingdom)        
It's here too!

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Hi
It's here too in comet however it is under the hotpoint name.


Post# 272873 , Reply# 5   3/29/2008 at 17:21 (3,544 days old) by samsungfl (United Kingdom/London )        

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Wow that looks really nice!!! :D Not to sure I'd put a full 6kg of laundry in there to dry though, when you compare the size of that drum with a normal standalone 6kg dryer, but I bet it produces some good results drying wise with a smaller load!!


Richard


Post# 272875 , Reply# 6   3/29/2008 at 17:30 (3,544 days old) by mrx ()        

The drum's actually pretty huge. Although, not quite as big as a dryer.

Post# 272881 , Reply# 7   3/29/2008 at 17:45 (3,544 days old) by samsungfl (United Kingdom/London )        

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My point exactly!) You'd probably get a decent sized load in there because after all they are 8kg wash load drums but 6kg drying is a push from what Ive seen of their drums in the shop :) Very nice idea though I'm hoping Hoover do the same with the current VisionHD machines, I'd love to have a machine that can wash large washload but can also dry clothes :D:D!

Richard


Post# 272889 , Reply# 8   3/29/2008 at 18:38 (3,544 days old) by mrboilwash (Munich,Germany)        

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You can call it a crumpledryer when putting in a 6 kg load :-)
Guess overloading any tumbledryer along with only 38% residual moisture will give an A rating energy wise.


Post# 272977 , Reply# 9   3/30/2008 at 14:42 (3,543 days old) by samsungfl (United Kingdom/London )        
38%?

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I think thats only on the 1600 Aqualtis from what Ive read so i doubt the 1400 version can get it down to as low as that but hey, you never know!! LOL

Richard





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