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Tumble dryer condenser

angelkelly Avatar
9y, 4m agoPosted 9 years, 4 months ago
Hi guys,

I've been looking out for a condenser for ages and cant really seem to come across any on sale or any bargains.

I'm not really bothered about the brand as its only for occasional use, and it really needs to be a condenser and not a tumble dryer with a vent thingy as that would be really inconvenient for the place it has to go.

Anyone seen any good deals lately?

The cheapest I've seen then is around £179 in catalogues (but we all know they tend to be a rip off).
angelkelly Avatar
9y, 4m agoPosted 9 years, 4 months ago

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Was just having a quick look round for you and stumbled upon this http://www.littlewoods.com/rf/navigation/product.do?categoryId=6846908&productPos=0&catno=PE57112&groupId=418686184

Some people have far too much money, do people that could afford this shop from Littlewoods anyway? :giggle:

I have a White Knight condenser dryer, which is one of the cheaper brands - it has been used everyday for 18 months and has always worked perfectly so I recommend them. The one in the catalogues is a new version -7kg load instead of my 6kg (which is plenty big enough) and I paid well under £200 for mine, maybe £160-£170?
I guess that the larger load is why it is more expensive, so maybe you would do better to buy one from eBay, maybe you could find one with warranty on it still?
Thank you Mrszerrouk!:thumbsup:

Rep left, thanks for the PM, much appreciated!:-D
Been looking for one of these myself, and a Search has bought me to this thread.

Unfortunately the above Littlewoods link no longer works, so I just wondered if anyone knew of any other good deals which are around at the moment.

It will probably get a fair amount of use, so I would prefer a 'branded' model really... although that doesn't seem to count for a lot these days!

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