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When choosing a washing machine, your main considerations should be the spin speed and capacity.


If you have a large family or need to wash work clothes frequently, a large capacity model will reduce the number of cycles you need to run, saving you water, time, and electricity. Many of these appliances feature variable spin speeds, delay timers and other cutting-edge features that will help you take control of how and when you do your laundry.


Our range of dryers includes both condenser and vented models. Vented dryers send moist air directly outside using a hose, meaning they must be fitted to an external wall. Condenser dryers collect water in a reservoir which can be emptied at the end of the drying cycle. Vented dryers are typically more energy efficient than their condensing counterparts but rest assured, all of our appliances have variable settings that help minimise energy usage.

Our space-saving combination washer dryers are designed for households with smaller kitchens or laundry rooms.

We are proud to stock high quality CDA appliances which were chosen based on their performance, aesthetics, reliability, and affordability. 

Laundry Advice Centre

Washing Machines: Buying Guide

Tumble Dryers: Buying Guide

Washer Dryer or Separate Washing Machine and Dryer?

Top Loading vs. Front Loading Washing Machines

How to Use a Washing Machine

Guide to Washing Machine Spin Speeds

How Much Does a Washing Machine Cost to Use?

Washing Machine Labels Explained

What Drum Size to Choose?

How to Install a Tumble Dryer

 How to Look After Your Tumble Dryer