All of these indoor clotheslines have their own sets of strengths and weaknesses but let us break it down to you for an easier take on things: The Hills units are not height adjustable but has better capacity, proven reliability track record and a straightforward design that plays it safe.
The EcoDry portable is a really good airer and very ergonomically designed, it is apparent that the user has been the focal point of this company during the design phase so convenience is the priority here, the same cannot be said about the Hills units mostly when it comes to the line tensioning system and wheels.
Another concern to take into consideration is the price. The EcoDry is the the most expensive of the bunch with a price tag that sits at the higher end of the $2XX.XX AUD range, it is also not as spacious as the two competitors but what it lacks in drying line space is balanced out by a significant leap in build quality and ergonomics.
If none of the EcoDry’s convenience factors are attractive to you, you are better of with the Hills 120 or 170 with price tags at the higher $1XX.XX AUD and mid $2XX.XX AUD brackets (respectively), these indoor clotheslines offer really great value for the money in our opinion but we still think that the EcoDry is a more solid investment.