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Rotaire Dryline Washing Line Cover for 4-arm rotaries

3.6 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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  • Just imagine being able to hang your washing outdoors and just leave it there knowing it will be safe and dry!
  • A quality product, reinforced, weighted skirt, thousands sold.
  • Lives on the airer, no need to fit each time, folds with airer.
  • At last a solution to drying outdoors! Why waste money on tumble dryers? This listing is for a SQUARE Rotaire Dryline S2000 cover, size 78" x 78" to fit most 4-ARM rotary airers. The Drystore Storage cover large enough to accommodate airer and Dryline is supplied FREE!

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  • Product Dimensions: 200 x 200 x 109 cm ; 3 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 3 Kg
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  • Item model number: RDS2300
  • ASIN: B0013KA9D4
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 6 Feb. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 155,139 in Garden & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Garden & Outdoors)

Product Description

This listing is for a 3-arm TRIANGULAR rotary airer. 4-arm square airers are listed elsewhere on Amazon. Washing line rain covers for rotary airers are a recent invention, and the Dryline is the first to truly solve the problem of drying outdoors in the UK where the weather is so unpredictable.


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It's always irritating to put out washing and get a surprise shower just as the items are ready to come in. We bought an electricity consumption meter and were shocked by the amount of power our tumble dryer used so we thought we would give this a try.

We were very impressed, not only by how easy it was to fit but also how well it performs, even in heavy rain. It's worth visiting their website to see the demo video, which also gives very clear assembly instructions.

Tumble dryers can consume up to £100 p.a. so this will pay for itself in a short time.

The only downside is that it can be difficult to hang up washing if you are tall so I recommend putting a spacer at the base of the original dryer to raise the height slightly.

Thoroughly recommended!!
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By Uncle Barbar TOP 50 REVIEWER on 23 Sept. 2012
After struggling all year with a really wet summer I finally invested in one of these. I found it very easy to construct particularly after studying the helpful You-tube film entitled Rotaire Dryline - the Director's Cut. This video, made by the inventor, is also helpful if you're in two minds as to whether to buy the product or not because you can see more clearly what it does and how it works. It is probably sound advice to buy slightly bigger because you can pull the adjustable cords to fit. I have now been using it for two months and will update on my progress.

My main problem was believing the weather forecast. They predicted rain most days during the summer and therefore I never managed to get any washing on the line and tumble drying is expensive. Now, whatever the weather forecast predicts, I simply wash a load every day and peg it out rain or shine. So long as the ambient temperature is reasonably warm and there is some breeze, I find the washing will dry to reasonable degree as long as you peg it out early in the morning and give it all day. I no longer have to worry about the odd shower and I have stopped grabbing it in.

With regard to the suggestion that the washing remains rather damp. I too wondered about whether it would hamper the washing drying. I find it best, when he's not likely to rain, to lift the netting up and allow the wind through to the washing. If it does suddenly rain, it's easy enough to nip out and pull down the netting.

I don't find the contraption keeps the washing damper, or if it does, the difference is negligible and I don't mind airing a few items when necessary.
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Sadly I must add a more negative review... I purchased one of these a year ago, (and used it for a whole year) initially I was impressed by the lack of bird mess on the washing and the way I could leave it to 'dry' even in the rain, or so I thought... this was late summer 2011.... so I'd take my washing in and find it a bit cold and damp, but drier, so I'd pop it onto the indoor clothes airer for a day to completely dry it and then pop it away... I thought this problem of damp washing would go away with warmer weather but it didn't seem to make that much difference... even on sunny days the washing wouldn't be completely dry... sometimes I left the washing out for 5 days and it came in STILL DAMP, plus smelling due to the water in the clothes... so I tried hanging clothing inside on the airer and also washing outside using the dryline... the clothes on the indoor airer dried within 2 days, ready to put away... the clothes on the dry line was damp after 2 days, ready to take in and... put... on... the airer. Sigh... creating a longer task. It seems the dryline doesn't let much air get to the washing, or ventillation (even though I live by the sea so there's a fresh breeze in my garden most days)... so, sadly after a year of washing mounting up due to the longer times washing takes to dry using the dryline, the dryline eventually ripped and tore in various places and I have decided to not replace it, but go back to traditional methods of putting washing on the line on the morning of a sunny day and dashing out to collect it if it rains, or bring it in at the end of the day (or use an indoor airer) and hey presto my washing dried enough on a sunny morning to put away without resorting to also having to hang it on the airer first. This invention is I guess in it's teething stages where it's not quite right... hopefully they can come up with something to let more air get to the washing...
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Had bought a size too big but then it is as what was stated. Now I can just hang my cloths out without any worry whether it rains or not. Will introduce to others this product.
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