The Aldi heated clothes airer is back just in time for autumn, and this year the brand has launched a new pyramid version.
Getting clothes to dry quickly in winter is a nightmare, especially if you don’t have the luxury of a tumble dryer or a utility room. Luckily Aldi has the ideal solution with the Aldi heated clothes airer.
Aldi’s popular heated clothes airer is back in the store on 26th September. The airer is currently available to pre-order online, but it is selling fast so you better act fast! We don’t think these are going to hang around for long.
Aldi heated clothes airer
As always, what makes the Aldi heated clothes airer stand out from the crowd is the price. Costing just £39.99 the clothes airer is the cheapest we have found on the market. The only clothes airer that comes even close to the Aldi price is Argos’ selling for £40.
The airer has a large drying surface big enough to dry your sheets and towels in less time than a conventional clothes dryer. It has 20 separate heated bars to slip t-shirts, trousers and socks over.
It’s lightweight and foldable so will fit in easily with utility room storage ideas. When you have a load of washing ready for drying, simply unfold it and plug it in.
As well as toasty socks on demand, the added benefit of a heated airer is that it can double as a radiator during the winter months. I snapped one up last year, and catch myself waiting for laundry day, and the added boost of warmth from the dryer when I’m watching the TV in the living room.
The heated clothes airer comes with a warranty of three years. So you know this dryer will see you through this winter, and the next one, and the one after that.
New Aldi pyramid heated clothes airer
In addition to the original heated clothes airer, the brand has introduced a larger pyramid heated clothes airer new for this year. The airer is priced at £89.99, £11 cheaper than a similar version at Lakeland, and is a perfect addition to small utility room ideas.
The airer comes complete with a cover and even has space for hanging wet shoes. It can take a maximum load of 30kg, allowing plenty of space for the family washing load.
The airer is on sale now so you better snap it up while you can. Once it’s gone, it’s gone.