Panda 2.65 cu.ft Compact Laundry Dryer ReviewRead here complete review of Panda 2.65 cu.ft Compact Laundry Dryer. Check Pros and Cons, Features, Specifications and Prices here. It Dries a weeks worth of laundry for a single person in one load and Takes about hour and a half. This compact dryer with 8.8 lbs cloth capacity/ 2.65 cu.ft makes it easy to quickly and easily dry clothes, sheets, table linens, and more, without taking up a lot of room. It perfectly coordinate with any Panda washers, and any other compact washing machines. Its 110Voltage can be plugged anywhere and so its a very portable machine.We highly recommend it for apartments or other small living spaces.

Panda 2.65 cu.ft Compact Laundry Dryer Review

Panda Compact dryer has a capacity of 8.8 lbs. Its a very portable laundry dryer and comes with 120V outlet which can be plugged anywhere. It weighs only 44 lbs and easy to carry around. It is Perfect for small living spaces such as apartments, dorm, or condos. It is also lightweight enough, can take it with you in an RV or camping trip. Since it’s 110V, it may take longer to dry than a regular dryer which is 220v. It comes out warm air, it’s fine if leaving in the room in winter. It’s ideal to mount on the wall. Wall mounting kit includes. It comes with Stainless Steel Drum and features a Transparent lid. Overall we recommend it.

Pros Cons
  • Unit is lightweight and sits easily on top of a stand
  • The unit will automatically flip your clothes while drying.
  • Mutable options depending on clothes inserted ie heavy duty, towels, delicate ect.
  • Stainless Steel Drum.
  • Perfect for apartments or other small living spaces.
  • When drying on auto you are limited to 1 hour.

Top Panda 3200 rpm Portable Spin Dryer FAQ and Answers

Q – Do any of you vent your dryer??

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A – Yes.

Q – do I really need a venting hose??

A – That would depend on whether you like warm moist air in the room where your dryer is located. .

Q – why does it leak water?

A – It’s probably clogged with lint. I had to take the back of my dryer off and clean the lint off back there to stop the water leakage.

Q – where does used water go

A – This is a dryer so it doesn’t create “used Water” other than humidity from the exhaust. There is a vent connection which should be vented appropriately from the space the dryer will be located.

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