Both machines achieve the same results, however the difference between the two is how the heat is generated. A conventional condenser dryer uses a heating element to warm the drum and dry the clothing. Drying at a lower temperature, and therefore using less energy, a heat pump tumble dryer takes slightly longer to dry the clothing but at a lower cost. This also means the drying cycle is kinder on your clothes. An A++ heat pump dryer uses less than 50% of the energy of a B-rated condenser dryer, while only taking an extra 5 minutes to dry 1kg of clothing. View our range of Heat Pump Tumble Dryers.