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My parents bought this Danby Ignis fridge in the 1960’s I believe. When I grew up and bought their house in the 80’s the fridge was included. It has lived outside on the deck at the lake now for close to ten years and fires up each spring without fail. Truly amazing. I have a picture but couldn’t figure out how to add it. Certainly got our money's worth.
To any naysayers I must say you are not using the dryer properly. I purchased this dryer and have been using it for a few weeks now and I LOVE IT! Obviously you cannot overload it and expect it to dry. The clothes need to be able to move freely to allow the air to circulate. This is the same with any other dryer of any size. Secondly if you took the time to look at the timer the setting from 200 minutes to 120 minutes is HOT temperature and from 120 minutes to 20 minutes is WARM temperature and 20 minutes to off is COOLDOWN. The timing on the left showing 0 to 80 minutes is for simple air drying used for anything that is just slightly wet or delicate and so is also a LOWER temperature. There is also a push button for high or low. I have it set to high. If you start your clothes at the 200 minute mark and then check them after a bit (1/2 hour to 45 min.) you will find that they do dry in the same time as a regular dryer. The dryer can be stopped at any time simply by opening the door. The timer can easily be reset to cooldown if wanted but I have not had to do that as none of the clothes, towels, bedding, jackets etc. that I have dryed have been wrinkled coming out. I only attached the elbow to the vent and turned it sideways to vent into the room. I simply turn off my heat and let the dryer heat the room. In the summer I will simply open the windows. The lint filter works fantastic and I have not had ANY dust or lint flying around the room. The lint filter is not difficult to clean at all and needs to be cleaned after EVERY USE because it is so efficient. The first section of the filter the lint just comes off. For the second part of the filter I highly recommend using a lint brush. Do not use the cheap tape ones but use the wand style that has the soft velvet bristles. Works like a charm. I HIGHLY recommend this dryer.
Very pleased with this dryer. I wanted a dryer mainly to use in the winter when hanging outdoors is not ideal but I didn't want a big dryer. This fits perfectly in an unused corner. Took it on its inaugural spin tonight and it worked perfectly - towels fluffy and dry in about an hour on high. One thing to note if anyone is getting the indoor vent: make sure you get the right size. I went with the one recommended here with the "bought together" feature and it turns out it was too big. Luckily I had someone to put a dryer vent in, but if this is your plan make sure you get the right one.
I am the type of person who likes to read reviews on items before I buy them, I noticed there were not many good reviews for this dryer so if there are any others out there like me, here you go! I love this dryer, I was a little bummed it wasn't on prime, but the shipping price isn't so bad. I searched for quite a few dryers similar to this and they are at least 150 dollars more than this one, the Avaya dryer is very similar to this dryer and many of the reviews stated there was a loud screeching noise when they used their dryer, I have not had this problem with the Panda dryer when it is loaded properly, if you overload it, you will get a high pitched noise. I have the Panda portable washer that holds about 5.5 pounds of clothes so i can do about two loads in the washer and put both in the dryer and it works fine. It does take awhile to dry, but it's better than the 2 days of air drying and now my clothes aren't all scratchy and rough from air drying. No laundry hook ups? hate the laundry mat? I don't think you can go wrong with this dryer. The only downside to this review is i haven't received my electric bill yet to determine how much this will cost me, but other reviews for the Avaya dryer said it didn't raise it too much, so we will see.
Live in a condo with no washer hookup in my unit. This machine is perfect for me. I intentionally keep the loads small, (one queen sheet and pillow case a bath towel and some t-shirts), so as not to overload. Two queen sheets would work but it seemed kind of full. Hooks up easily to my bathroom faucet and rolls easily back into the walk-in closet when I'm done. Spin cycle gets clothes much drier than the washer I had been using in our laundry room.
Have not had any major issues with this brand or product since purchase. Consistent and keeps food fresh and cool. Quick cooling and well insulated. Would purchase again in the future and will continue using this brand should our current fridge need a replacement as well as with other appliances. I would recommend strongly. Classic look and is very clean cut. It is simple but not boring. Style is that which one does not get tired of. Design is timeless and dynamic. Not too big and not too small. It is just right. Does not take up too much space and is not overwhelming in its presence. I can rely on this machine to function up until a replacement is wanted. Never have to worry that it will malfunction. Has lasted for years and still runs just as it did when it first was installed.
I absolutely love my refrigerator. We have always wanted a small one for our bedroom and this is definitely the perfect one! It works exceptionally well. I was concerned while shopping that the freezer part might make the cold items freeze but that is definitely not the case. The freezer keeps items frozen while the refrigerator keeps items cold but not frozen. I would truly recommend this brand to anyone and everyone! We choose the stainless steel model. It has plenty of spacing and capacity. While it is an one room refrigerator it is definitely large enough to hold those drinks and several other items. This is an one room refrigerator and small yet not too small. To me, it is the perfect size. We purchased our one room Danby fridge at Target. The value was exceptional. We only paid $180 plus tax. While this may seem a little expensive to some for an one room fridge you have to understand that you truly do get what you pay for.
This fridge worked great. It kept everything fresh and cool. The freezer was super cold and kept all the items frozen. I would definitely say that this was one of the better performing fridges. The appearance of the fridge was sleek and very nice. I like how it went along with the kitchen decor and just really looked nice in the my home. There was enough space in the fridge for all my weekly groceries to fit perfectly and have extra space. The value of the fridge was phenomenal. I was able to get a great deal when I purchased it. It was cheaper than I thought it would be. Really great value for your money.
It's a great fridge that runs smoothly and has all the amenities that you could want to a fridge. Water dispenser, built-in ice dispenser just for starters. Keeps all super cold and preserves everything. It is a great stainless steel fridge. Spill proof, easy to clean, inexpensive, cutting-edge design that really catches the eye. I know it really caught mine early on. Tremendous size that you can pack full with any items you may want and still have leftover space. Super cheap, withstands anything so it's durable. Keeps everything extremely organized. Plenty of freezer space to store anything and everything.
Pros: small, quiet, does a great job, quick, lasted for years (did about 3 loads a day.) affordable, honestly a great product Cons: wheels didn't really roll that well.
I'm no stranger to portable washers, having used a twin-tub prior to this purchase easily made this an upgrade. This has simplified my laundry woes and made me a happy camper!
Impressive heat from such a small machine, motor seems to have good torque too. Quick set-up, just a few screws to attach the included vent hood. Delivery was amazingly efficient and shipped from Scarborough, Ontario so no additional import fees. The machine has no handles, so to unbox it without destroying the shipping materials that you may need again, break the carton from the bottom and fold the flaps up, then pull the carton up. Panda was quick to replace the first defective unit I received via fedex priority. The lint trap also needed replacement and again Panda was fast at sending a new one. Really great service and the dryer is a workhorse. For sterilization purposes I was curious to know what peak temperature was, so I put a thermometer/hygrometer in line with the exhaust hose. Seeing it hit over 130F was a pleasant surprise - see attached image. The machine has an internal temperature shutoff mechanism, if it runs too hot it will turn off and stay that way until it's back to a safe level to run. This has made me wonder if the unit died more than once. I've learned to just leave it ready to run and it goes back to work in about 20 minutes or so.
I purchased this washer because I live in an apartment and was tired of hauling cloth diapers back and forth and spending a ton at the laundromat. After 3 months of heavy use, I still LOVE it. Sure, it's tiny. A full load is 3 pr of jeans, or 4 days worth of shirts, socks, & underwear. Or in my case, 2-3 days worth of cloth diapers. But it cleans effectively, has multiple cycle options, and hooks up to a standard bathroom faucet & sink drain. My only real complaint is that it drains automatically if you put the drain hose below the level of the water in it. So the first time I used it, before I put the rubber band around the fill hose to attach the drain hose, it slid out of my sink & flooded my bathroom. And again when my curious crawler got away from me and pulled the drain hose loose from the rubber band, it flooded my bathroom. You cannot drain it into the bathtub, only into a sink because of the height.
We got this microwave because it was the highest wattage we could find for the small space we had... and had good reviews. The microwave is very nice and performs well. The only complaint is the box it comes in is extremely flimsy. The first one we ordered came damaged. The replacement we had sent to the store, hoping it would be exposed to less shipping damage. The box was still damaged the second time, but the microwave was okay. Worth the money, but be careful of the poor packaging.
Great little washer for apartments that don't have washer/dryer hookups
I like this microwave. You do have to heat things at the maximum versus minimum suggested time but that isn't an issue for me.
This little dryer is tougher than it looks. It goes hand in hand with my 1.0 Haier washer. Everything comes out dry and not wrinkled. I did have one issue when I first used the washer. It made a metal scuffing sound that was horrible. It might have occurred during shipping.There is a vertical bracket at the back that holds the drum. Three screws on the top and three on bottom. Once I figured out which way the bracket needed to move I put a little rubber shim (3 mm maybe) at the top bracket and the dryer is as quiet as big fan fan. So far no dust issues. It does throw heat but I use air conditioning so it is not an issue. My set up is in my washroom. As far as buying a thing to catch the lint I would skip it. The venting pipes provided are tiny and they can be hidden nicely. I'm not sure yet if it is a good or bad idea but I put a sock over the end to catch any fine particles of lint. My only complaint is I wish it had a High heat setting of say 20 minutes just to dry a towel after a shower or whatever. So far it looks like you need to turn the dial way around 10 like 100 minutes or so to get high heat. I am still experimenting so maybe there is a better way to get high heat for a short period of time. Update-This little dryer is still going strong. It dries clothes so quick the dryer sometimes shuts off it gets so hot (Safety Feature). Besides the hiccup it had at the beginning with the drum rubbing its perfect for a couple people. I still have a sock on the end of the exhaust vent and I notice no noticeable change in the amount of dust, I would say minimal.
After our 13 year old microwave died, we were looking for something a lot more functional, space saving and stylish. We succeeded in all areas with the Danby Designer 0.9 Cu. Ft. compact microwave! It is perfect for the two offices (approx. 12 to 14 people) that share the kitchenette and use it for heating lunches, snacks and cups of coffee or tea that have gone cold. And the price was excellent too!
I love the stainless steel and black color. It matches my kitchen perfectly. The microwave is easy to use and heats up the food great. For me, the final test is how it pops popcorn and it passed. Pretty much all the kernels were popped and the popcorn wasn't burnt.
Very nice microwave for the money....lots of features. I bought this to replace a countertop microwave that did not have the handle. So much easier to open than pushing a button.