- Amazon Sales Rank: #60045 in Kitchen & Housewares
- Brand: Bosch
- Dimensions: 33.19″ h x 23.60″ w x 24.63″ l, 150.00 pounds
- DUO TRONIC(R) Technology
- Lint Filter LED Indicator
- Condensation Drying System
- Reverse Tumble Action
- Snag-Free Structured Stainless Steel Drum
26 of 26 people found the following review helpful.
great, but takes getting used to
By Robert Keith
We live in a brownstone in New York City with no ventilation in our cellar for a conventional dryer. We’ve had the Bosch for 2 years. Bosch makes one of the few condensation dryers with the capacity to dry large loads. It takes about 45-60 minutes to dry a standard load of shirts and socks. Large bedspreads take about twice as long. It’s a lot slower the conventional dryers, but it does the job. It is easier on fabrics because it simply pulls moisture from the chamber instead of blasting clothes with hot air. My clothes seem to hold color better. It’s expensive, but fine if you don’t mind the wait.
The outlet for this dryer is not conventional. It’s not a big deal (inexpensive) to get an electrician out to switch it, but that will be a small added cost.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful.
Bosch Axxis Dryer Takes You To The Cleaners (and service is awful)
Like I’ve seen on many blogs (which I should have listened to), the Bosch Axxis dryer is eccentric/temperamental and doesn’t work half the time (and it’s very expensive to begin with, but that’s where your costs start). It’s washer companion is just fine, but between a host of different elements on the dryer, maintaining it is difficult at best, the sensor is extremely temperamental, and Bosch’s service is criminal. Bosch has a curious “blame the customer” attitude, uses a 5th rate corrupt repair guy in the NYC area — and don’t seem to care (repairs cost $99 for the visit + $120/hour for labor). It looks good on top of their serviceable washer, and that’s about it — buyer beware!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
Good News, Bad News
By Paul in Boston
The Good: These are great units for a second floor closet without a vent. If you have a vent, there are better and much cheaper alternatives!
The Bad: High Cost, Long Drying Cycles and (in my case) Poor Quality and Service.
You are paying a lot of money for the Bosch name and I don’t think the quality supports the price. When the dryer needs repair, you will find out that it is cheaper to replace than repair.
Life is too short.
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