Aldi first launched the heated clothes airer last year and has since restocked it several times due to popular demand. Other retailers also stock similar items but the discount retailer’s clothes dryer is just £28.99.
Due to popular demand, customers need to be quick if they want to purchase one in time for the winter months ahead.
As part of their Specialbuys, shoppers will be able to pick up the item online and in-stores.
Aldi said: “Specialbuys are the unique and exciting products you find online at Aldi and in store. They cover a wide range of activities and hobbies, such as sports, camping, DIY, BBQs and much, much more.
“Our Specialbuy shop has new arrivals every Thursday and Sunday. You can either buy direct from your local store the day they go on sale, or order from our online shop up to a week in advance.”
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If customers can wait to pick theirs up in-store, it will be available from December 27.
The heated gadget helps ease out creases in clothing and it can also fold down for easy storage.
One product review said: “I bought one of these a few months ago. It has been so useful in speeding up my laundry drying. Good spacing for hanging garments. In regular use and folds easily for storage.”
Others took to Twitter to share their excitement with one fan explaining “I got a heated clothes drying rack in Aldi last year. Love it. Spares the tumble dryer a bit.”
In other Aldi news, consumer group Which? recently crowned the discount store as the cheapest supermarket for the month of November.
Which? compared prices for a trolley of 22 items and on average, shoppers would have paid £21.28 at Aldi.
Grocery items included own-band products such as apples, eggs and tomatoes, as well as branded items like Hovis wholemeal bread.
Which? said: “Aldi came out the cheapest overall supermarket at just £21.28, while Asda was the cheapest ‘big four’ supermarket, with our trolley rolling in at £23.94.
“At the other end of the scale, upmarket Waitrose was over £10 more expensive than Aldi, at £31.56.”
Julie Ashfield, Managing Director of Buying at Aldi, said: “We know this Christmas is likely to be difficult for many families and so we are incredibly proud to consistently provide our customers with the best value groceries in the UK.”
Lidl and Aldi were also ranked the cheapest turkeys this year with different varieties available and different sizes.
Both of the discount retailers turkeys are now on sale in-store to pick up before the big day.
When is the quietest time to shop at Aldi to avoid queuing?
The quietest time to visit the discount retailer according to Google data is between Monday and Wednesday.
Visiting in the morning also means customers have access to fully stocked shelves.
Aldi have also extended their opening hours in the run-up to Christmas and the majority of stores are now open from 7am-11pm and remain closed on Boxing Day.