Vented tumble dryers work by venting warm, damp air through a hose and out of an open window or through an external wall.
Condenser dryers work by removing moist air from the drum and cooling it inside the machine. The water is collected in a container, which needs to be removed and emptied regularly..
Condenser tumble dryers don’t require a hose so you get the freedom of installing them wherever you want..
Spin dryers are smaller and rely on speed rather than hot air, making them really cheap to run. Portable and lots faster than a standard tumble dryer, just pop a bowl under the spin dryer and empty it when you’re done.