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can any1 help me find a cheap condenser drier im sick of paying to get my old 1 repaired!cant believe my luckthis month first my car now the tumble drier!need 1 desperatly with this weather and 5 chil… Read More
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9y, 6m agoPosted 9 years, 6 months ago
can any1 help me find a cheap condenser drier im sick of paying to get my old 1 repaired!cant believe my luckthis month first my car now the tumble drier!need 1 desperatly with this weather and 5 children:cry: :cry: :cry:
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9y, 6m agoPosted 9 years, 6 months ago
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banned#1
hi edjaned, you having as much luck as me hun

could you give us a price of the cheapest you have found, and then we can see if we can find cheaper:thumbsup:
#2
Hi i was looking at some on ebay actually
theres some good ones, put in ur postcode and look for ones nearer to you, or perhaps try the sales in january
#3
there is none local to me,been looking at the ones on fleabay and some are about £180 i justwant to pay the least as poss this time of year bt dont want a rubbish one,so if poss under £180 thanks Janet
banned#4
sorry have been looking but cheapest i can find is £199-99 with free delivery, unless we can find codes, do you deffo need condensor (i wouldn't be without mine, i never peg out:oops: )
#5
If you have a makro card (or know someone who does...) - try there...

Bought ours from there - CANDY

Seems ok (Dont think we paid as much as £200 for it too...)
#6
because of where it goes in the house i need a condenser 1,i do peg out but put them in drier after and fold straight away to avoid ironing!i have around 3 loads a day and it is hell on earth when i get a day behind with the washing especially when its raining like today!
#7
laltufan
If you have a makro card (or know someone who does...) - try there...

Bought ours from there - CANDY

Seems ok (Dont think we paid as much as £200 for it too...)

i do have a makro card but its about an hour away from us and i dont fancy taking a trip down there now,can you buy of website?was hoping to buy online hate shopping instore thanks;-)
banned#8
banned#9
the other option maybe taking a risk on a catalogue with a code, i got mine from a catalogue and when delivered i phoned them to say it was cheaper at comet and they price matched, it was with empire stores or littlewoodsdirect, but dont know if they still do that
#11
yeah thats a good idea,do catalogues give u full discount though on electrical items?that one on john lewis looks good dont know if it will be big enough though i think the 1 we have holds 7kg load so would prefer 1 that holds around that or more sorry i should have said tht at the start!
banned#12
there si a few more on john lewis. slighly dearer but 6kg and a 7kg

like i said with catalogues you run the risk of codes being withdrawn some time later, not happened to me but has happened to alot of other members
#13
hmmm dont know what to do,are there any places online that sell refurbs or something?
banned#14
edjaned
hmmm dont know what to do,are there any places online that sell refurbs or something?

cant help you there, sorry but good luck with your search:thumbsup:
#15
thanks may go and get some local newspapers and look in there,thanks everyone
#17
thats a good price will have a look if there ar any vouchers for dixons now thanks sassie
#18
Wouldn't it be cheaper to offload a couple of your kids?

Get rid of the youngest ones, you shouldn't be as attached to them as the others.
banned#19
thesaint
Wouldn't it be cheaper to offload a couple of your kids?

Get rid of the youngest ones, you shouldn't be as attached to them as the others.

:giggle: :giggle: :giggle:
#20
thesaint
Wouldn't it be cheaper to offload a couple of your kids?

Get rid of the youngest ones, you shouldn't be as attached to them as the others.


PMSL!!!! :giggle: :w00t:

What happened to the days when you used to wear the same clothes for more than a day? I remember when I was at school I used to wear the same skirt all week, the same cardigan all week and had two clean blouses, one I wore for 3 days the other for 2. I didn't use to smell bad and I was always clean and presentable.
My kids, on the other hand, if they have had a pair of jeans on for 3 hours after school, and been in the house the whole time, they still chuck them in the wash-basket at bedtime (they're only 7 and 4) and they refuse to wear a pair of pyjamas more than twice!!

I got a tumble dryer - my first one ever - two years ago, and I absolutely love it. Great for winter time. In the summer there is nothing I like more than hanging the washing out on the line and smelling it all lovely and fresh.
I'll stop rambling now and go and put my towels in the dryer. :-D

Back on subject, sorry edjaned. Can't find anywhere. :-(
#21
yes i was thinking the same when the car broke down at least then i could get a nice normal car with 5 seats instead of an ugly bus thing lol!
#22
shibi din
PMSL!!!! :giggle: :w00t:

What happened to the days when you used to wear the same clothes for more than a day? I remember when I was at school I used to wear the same skirt all week, the same cardigan all week and had two clean blouses, one I wore for 3 days the other for 2. I didn't use to smell bad and I was always clean and presentable.
My kids, on the other hand, if they have had a pair of jeans on for 3 hours after school, and been in the house the whole time, they still chuck them in the wash-basket at bedtime (they're only 7 and 4) and they refuse to wear a pair of pyjamas more than twice!!

I got a tumble dryer - my first one ever - two years ago, and I absolutely love it. Great for winter time. In the summer there is nothing I like more than hanging the washing out on the line and smelling it all lovely and fresh.
I'll stop rambling now and go and put my towels in the dryer. :-D

Back on subject, sorry edjaned. Can't find anywhere. :-(

yes my kids are the same!!all the second hand things like gum tree etc all seem to be in london etc nothing down here innorth wales!i may buy the 1 of dixons but i just cant seem to bring myself to click on buy incase thres a better deal out there!
banned#23
my two wear school uniform all week, and really get changed when they come home, they both have clean underwear everyday and wear one pair of trousers each and two clean shirts and two clean jumpers per week, if they do change after school them same clothes are worn all week, i dont do washing after 3 hours wear
#24
sassie
my two wear school uniform all week, and really get changed when they come home, they both have clean underwear everyday and wear one pair of trousers each and two clean shirts and two clean jumpers per week, if they do change after school them same clothes are worn all week, i dont do washing after 3 hours wear



We are all sounding old. :-(

My son wears his clothes until they are either smelly or dirty when he is at my house.
His school trousers usually need washing everyday because he's a typical lad and enjoys playing in mud.

I HATE ironing, so the less washing done the better. :)

I used to pay his mum to do my ironing for me. :oops:
banned#25
janet dont dither over that buy button too long, the free delivery finished tomorrow, i personally would buy from john lewis for the extra few pounds to get a two year warranty:thumbsup:
#26
You've the Dixons 7kg one at £177.04 and 3% Quidco with free delivery or the John Lewis 7kg one at £204 with 2 year guarantee and not sure what category this comes under for Quidco, but could be up to 7%.
They seem like your best bet. :thumbsup:
banned#27
shibi din
You've the Dixons 7kg one http://www.dixons.co.uk/product.php?sku=168195&camp_id=kelkoo at £177.04 and 3% Quidco with free delivery or the John Lewis 7kg one at £204 with 2 year guarantee and not sure what category this comes under for Quidco, but could be up to 7%.
They seem like your best bet. :thumbsup:

john lewis one is £184 after discount code of £20 off
banned#28
sassie
john lewis one is £184 after discount code of £20 off

plus 6 percent quidco, i know which i would go for:thumbsup:
#29
Yep, have to agree with you sassie. The JL sounds like the best deal. Good luck in what you decide edjaned. :-D
#30
thesaint
We are all sounding old. :-(

My son wears his clothes until they are either smelly or dirty when he is at my house.
His school trousers usually need washing everyday because he's a typical lad and enjoys playing in mud.

I HATE ironing, so the less washing done the better. :)

I used to pay his mum to do my ironing for me. :oops:

lol u paid your own wife to iron for u?:giggle:
banned#31
edjaned
lol u paid your own wife to iron for u?:giggle:

think he means as in seperated wife;-)
#32
just been on the phone to mother crying about my drier,luckily she knows someone who works for hotpoint and she says they sell graded stuff cheap,so she is going to phone him later and let me know if he can help me out if not i will be buying the john lewis oe thanks sassie!
most of my washing is from the small children the baby is sick all day, my 2 year old is potty training and my 4 year old com,es home with a dirty uniform every day!the 12 year olds uniform stays ok but his after school clothes get filthy!!my 11 year old daughter isnt too bad,my prtner seems to just change his work clothes and just lazes around the house in same clothes and lastly me i am always changing as im always covered in baby puke!!!
#33
sassie
think he means as in seperated wife;-)

i wouldnt do the ironing even if was payed i hate it!!!
banned#34
janet can i just say make sure you get a warranty with whatever or whoever you buy from, you dont want to be throwing money at someone to find a month later you have no comeback should it conk, good luck in whatever you go for hun:thumbsup:
#35
edjaned
lol u paid your own wife to iron for u?:giggle:


Wife! I made a mistake getting her preggars, didn't need to compound it by marrying her. ;-)

sassie
think he means as in seperated wife;-)


See above. She was one of those people who ironed bed sheets, underwear, everything!
#36
handy!!yes sassie will do that thanks thats how ive ended up with his old drier,buying without guarantee etc!

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