This heated airer is back in stock for Black Friday – and we're buying it

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If you've been looking for a heated airer while shopping this year's Black Friday deals, we've found something that's going to grab your attention.

The Dry:Soon Deluxe 3-Tier Heated Airer is back in stock for £199.99 at Lakeland. It's become one of this year's must-have appliances thanks to its ability to dry big loads of laundry fast and without running up enormous energy bills. It's been out of stock for several weeks due to high demand, but right now you can add it to your basket and check out – but you'll want to do that fast before word gets around.

A note at the website says that due to unprecedented demand you'll need to allow up to 14 working days for delivery. And, if you buy more products along with the airer, they may be delivered separately due to the size of this heated airer. With all that  said, it's certainly not going to deter us from reaching for our wallets.

We'll be barely able to contain our excitement as we add the Dry:Soon Deluxe 3-Tier Heated Airer to our basket – while it's not discounted, the fact that you can even get hold of this hard-to-get appliance is deal enough for us. But if you're looking for an actual heated airer Black Friday deal, or something a little cheaper, then you'll find a few to choose from below.

This is the heated airer to get this Black Friday

Dry:Soon Deluxe 3-Tier Heated Airer: £199.99 at Lakeland

Dry:Soon Deluxe 3-Tier Heated Airer: £199.99 at Lakeland
Although it's not on offer, we're excited to see that this heated airer is back in stock. It's become extremely popular due to its winning combination of high drying capacity and low running costs. You will need to allow up to 14 working days for delivery, but that's a small price to pay. Don't hang about if you want it though – stock has run out quickly in the past, and it's likely to sell out again.

More heated airers to consider for Black Friday

QCLUEU Electric Heated Clothes Dryer Airer:£119.99£99.99 at Amazon

QCLUEU Electric Heated Clothes Dryer Airer: was £119.99 now £99.99 at Amazon
With 17% / £20 off the original price this is the cheapest this heated airer has been. It's also currently one of the most affordable driers that's also in stock. You'll see that there are some other options to choose from on the page, but none of those are on offer.

Dunelm Heated Clothes Airer with Wings: £134.95 at eBay

Dunelm Heated Clothes Airer with Wings: £134.95 at eBay
This is heated airer from Dunelm is another one that's highly sought-after, and it's currently sold out everywhere apart from at eBay. It's not on offer, but it's in stock (although there aren't many) and it's being sold by a resellers with 100% positive feedback.

Heated airers have become all the rage over the past few months, and they're only going to become more popular as the weather turns colder. If you don't have one, getting the washing dried is going to be get pretty tricky – you'll have to endure damp laundry hanging around for days and/or the tumble drier running up your energy bill.

The Dry:Soon Deluxe 3-Tier Heated Airer from Lakeland is claimed to have a running cost of just 10p per hour (based upon electricity unit cost of 34p per kw/h). It's capable of holding up to 15kg of washing on 21m of drying space, and it'll have all the washing dry within a matter of hours, so you're going to be looking at spending maybe 40p, rather than £1-2 with the tumble drier.

If you're looking for more appliances that will help you to save money this Black Friday, check out our Black Friday air fryer deals.

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Jennifer Oksien
Homes Editor

 Jennifer Oksien is TechRadar’s Homes Editor. Jennifer (Jenny) has over a decade of experience as a digital product writer specialising in appliances, smart tech and mattresses for some of the UKs leading retailers and magazine titles such as Real Homes, Ideal Home and Livingetc. Generally, you’ll find her watching the latest Netflix series, digging around in the garden or attempting to make a cake that is edible.