Best heated clothes airers with prices starting from £30

HEATED airdryers are a must-have for all seasons – especially during winter.

The dryers are shaped like normal drying racks but come with a plug, allowing you to switch it on so you can dry your clothes more quickly.

During cold spells, they're great for people who don't have a tumble dryer, can't dry them outside and are finding it difficult to dry them indoors.

Most heated airdryers are quite economic to run these days as they've got a low wattage.

But you have to bear in mind it could affect your energy bill as it does use electricity.

We've rounded up the best – and cheapest – options out there so you can get your clothes dried much quicker.

But before you splash out, make sure you shop around.

You might find the same – or similar – product being sold cheaper elsewhere.


  • £29.99 – buy now

This 100 watt air dryer from Dunelm is compact and made from a lightweight metal, meaning it's easy to store and move around.

Its width is 94cm, height is 74cm and depth is 53cm.

The dryer has had largely positive reviews from shoppers on Dunelm's website.

But a few said they found it took a while for clothes to dry.

It can be bought online, where delivery starts from £3.95.

Or, you can collect it from the store for free.

You can check out where your local Dunelm store is by using its store checker tool.


  • £40 – buy now

Argos' heated air dryer has a wing style, meaning everything from your socks to your jackets can be hung out and dried quicker.

When it's open, it has a width of 84cm, height of 93cm and depth of 54cm.

It can also hold up to 10kg of washing.

The dryer can be bought online or in store. Click and collect for Argos is free, while delivery starts from £3.95.


  • £59.99 – buy now

Lakeland is selling an airer that comes with a cover.

It says a cover helps to dry clothes more efficiently as it allows the hot air to circulate easily.

Lakeland also says it reduces creases and ironing time, meaning it could be good for your delicate clothes.

Up to 12 items can be held on hangers inside it – but hangers aren't included in the price.

You can buy it online, with free delivery, or find your nearest Lakeland store.

There's also a pricier version, which is square shaped and comes with a cover, which costs £129.98 before shipping.

Robert Dyas

  • £34.99 – buy now

Robert Dyas says this 220W aluminium clothes airer is meant to be lightweight and easy to set up in your home.

The store says it costs less than 4p per hour to run.

The dryer is also in the sale too. It was £49.99, but now it's £34.99 – saving you £15 (30%).

It can hold up to 15kg of washing across its 18 bars.

Its width is 142cm, its height is 97cm and its depth is 52cm.

Overall, the dryer has had positive reviews, with many saying it has been useful for their kids at university.

You can get it delivered from £4.95, or collect it for free from your local Robert Dyas store, which you can find here.


From £59 – buy now

Deals website Wowcher has an offer on at the moment where you can get up to 67% off a three-tier heated clothes airer.

The airer without a cover will cost you £59, after being reduced down from £179.99 – saving you £120.99 (67%).

And the airer with a cover will cost you £69, down from £199.99 – saving you £130.99 (65%).

In total, you'll have 21 metres of space to dry your clothes on.

However, you'll have to buy your airer before March 30 to get the discount.

You'll also have to pay £6.99 for the delivery.

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Martin Lewis meanwhile has spoken about whether or not it's cheaper to leave the heating on all day or turn it on or off.

And we've rounded up how to get help with your energy bills this winter.

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