I bought the Kenmore 6 ft. Snap-Lock Flexible Pipe for my dryer. It is a nice one piece alternative to fabricating a lot of smaller pieces together. It says it takes 6 inches of pipe to complete a 90 degree turn, but I would argue it takes 9 inches. Note that a clamp is still needed to secure the pipe to the dryer, and to the wall, and that those clamps are not included.
Might have been more useful covering the Thanksgiving turkey. Trying to "stretch" this stuff and bend it to fit the opening without tearing it is almost impossible. Might work if it is to go in a straight line, so to speak. For me it was a complete waste of time and money.
I had my dryer delivered today..I had it hooked up by two very nice gentlemen...when they left I seen my dryer had to be moved over a little bit so I moved it myself..this pipe piece came out and literally fell apart at the touch. I had a perfectly good one attached to my dryer already that was in great shape and worked perfectly that I was told I could not use due to policy. Trust me buy your own cause this is worthless..
This Snap-Lock™ Flexible Pipe expands to 6 feet if you need that much length. It can stay collapsed if you don't need that much length so there is not excess in the space. It is very durable since it is not made of plastic and should last a very long time.
I used this when I installed a bathroom exhaust fan.It worked out perfectly. Good product at a fair price.
The quality of the product seems solid. Not the cheap kind. The only pity is because of the difficulty to connect to existing duct pipe, the installer cut one end. I totally understand why but just hope it hasn't been cut.. Or been informed somehow before cutting. Not to blame anything on the installation team, just wish it could be done better.
This combo washer and dryer Have been in this condo for 15 years and finally need replacing. Seems to be a good product.