What Is the difference between a condenser dryer and a vented dryer?

Condensers and vent dryers are both used for the same thing. They are both involved in removing moisture from clothing.

Condenser tumble dryers work through a condensation process by condensing the warm damp air from your laundry into water, which is then deposited into a container that you have to empty. The main benefit of a condenser dryer is that it can be placed and plugged into the wall anywhere in your home as you don't need to connect the exhaust hose to a vent or window.

Vented dryers are the traditional type of dryer and is generally the cheapest to run as they use less energy than condenser dryers. Air is drawn from the surrounding area (i.e. the laundry room), then heated and blown through the clothes as the drum tumbles them about. This hot air evaporates some of the water in the damp fabrics, and the resultant moisture-laden air is then exhausted through a vent duct to the outside. Vented dryers pump out the warm damp air from the drum through a hose, which has to be connected to a wall or window vent.As this hose will need to be installed, vented tumble dryers are not suitable for all homes as they need to be positioned near a window or door vent so the hot damp air can be released outdoors.