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There's only two things you can do with the water that comes out of clothes when you tumble-dry them; vent it outside the machine or condense it into a tank. If you vent it to the outside you either have a tube sticking out of a window letting out heat or you get a damp room. If you condense it you just have to empty a water tank every now and again. No contest.
ive had my heat pump dryer for about 5 years and did not notice an increase in electricy usage when i started using it
the programme i use generally starts off at 3 hrs 17 mins, but like other dryers, it has a sensor that will reduce that if the stuff is dry quicker.
Yes barry, it has a water tank that needs emptying