An easy way to save electricity is to hang-dry your clothes. I use folding racks I got at Ikea.
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The only hassle is that I occasionally need to move them before the clothes have fully dried; sometimes they’re on the back porch and it starts to rain, other times I have them inside but they’re getting in the way (our house is pretty space-tight). There’s no easy way to move the thing, particularly through a doorway, when they’re laden with clothes.
“It starts to rain and the laundry is still outside? No problem for the TWIST 140 – just fold it and the rack fits easily through the doors. No need to take down the laundry.”
Additionally, “The fold-up legs are ideal to arrange the clothes dryer into the bathtub – the non-skidding feet prevent it from sliding.”
You can stow it on the included wall bracket when it’s not in use.
These are all small, humble design touches, but I value them more than the latest smartphone innovation.