Avanti Front Load Dryer
I love this little dryer. I don't even have the exhaust vent connected to anything. It just plugs into a standard 110 /120 outlet. It does take about an hour for each Load to dry and it is a small capacity dryer. It works well with my small capacity washer
September 6, 2014
Handles a larger load than expected. Efficient, dries well. Have had it a year and am really pleased. Fits into a small space and we didn't have to install a 220 v outlet.
November 1, 2013
Love, love,love this dryer, Great for the RV
So far I don't have a bad word to say. Compact, light and works great. Installed it in the front basement of our fifth wheel, and didn't even have to cut a hole to vent. When in use, I open the basement door, and stick the vent tube out the front. When done, I just close everything up.
January 28, 2013
Great dryer for rv
I feel compelled to review this dryer for those like me who fret about making such a purchase. I have had a combo washer/dryer for over ten years now and have only used the dry function to dry socks because it takes so long. I have always just used a clothes line to dry clothes which I really didn't mind but we are in our fifth wheel for six months and by fall time getting laundry dry tends to get tough on some days. Having a new baby this year I decided to break down and buy this dryer. It works great and dries any size load that I can put in my combo machine. (I never dry jeans so don't know how long that would take) I always just set the time to 100-110 minutes and things come out wonderfully. I think I could use less time on some loads I just havn't tested it. I actually also have th haier dryer sold on this site that I purchased before this one but it was too big for my laundry closet so I gave it to my employees and they seem to be gettting along fine with it too. I did use it before this one and they seemed to work about the same so if price is an issue I wouldn't hesitate buying it but I just don't have as much experience using it. As mentioned before the lint filter is in the back and I don't understand what people have a problem with though. I will say the design could use some tweeking though. there is a "feltlike" filter that you have to remove over the two part filter that is already getting thin after two months of use. I have to use my fingernail to scrape the lint off of it and I don't see it lasting that long. I called directly to the company to complain about it and no questions asked she is sending me a replacement. I plan on calling back when the replacement wears out too because I think they should come up with something better so if I could pick something I don't like that would be it. Oh and we do not have it vented at the time so I open my roof vent with the fan while running to exhaust the heat and humidity. I have purchased a vent to install on the rv but just havn't got to it yet. So all in all if you are hesitant about buying this don't be. It beats line drying and is awesome to have fluffy towels again!
August 28, 2012