Siemens Tumble Dryers

Siemens aren't really that well known for making tumble dryers but they are the largest engineering company in Europe and you don't get that status without producing reliable products.

  • Condenser dryers
  • Self-Cleaning
  • A++ Energy Rating
  • 40 minute quick dry

Before choosing a tumble dryer, even a Siemens one, it's best to compare prices and most importantly, find some customer reviews of the product you to buy before making a purchase.

Best Models

Siemens currently produce three ranges of tumble dryer products: iQ700 Tumble Dryers, iQ500 tumble dryers and iQ300 tumble dryers.

All of the condensing dryers feature the unique sensor-controlled automatic self-cleaning system which means no more time-consuming cleaning of the condenser as the condenser is automatically cleaned with condensation water produced by the laundry. This technology helps to ensure a lint-free condenser and low energy consumption.

For example the iQ300 Condenser tumble dryer uses the Siemens heat pump with self cleaning condenser and low energy consumption thanks to the self-cleaning system and sensor-controlled auto dry technology with time-remaining indicator.

Whereas the iQ500 Condenser tumble dryer from Siemens offers considerably shorter drying times including a useful 40 minute quick dry programme, plus is rated A++ for energy efficiency and delivers perfectly dried laundry.

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A History of Siemens

Siemens is a German manufacturer based in Berlin and the largest engineering company in Europe. Siemens Home Appliances is the company brand for the exciting new challenges of the 21st century for household appliances.

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