Beko DHY7340W EcoSmart A++ 7Kg Heat Pump Tumble Dryer £284.97 delivered from £399 @ Co-Op Electrical - HotUKDeals
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Beko DHY7340W EcoSmart A++ 7Kg Heat Pump Tumble Dryer £284.97 delivered from £399 @ Co-Op Electrical

£284.97 @ Co-op Electrical
Been looking for a dryer and beko come up best value. Was looking at cheaper condenser ones for around £200 but this is the heat pump a++ rated one . It's £325-399 everywhere but with code cpe20 it… Read More
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Been looking for a dryer and beko come up best value.

Was looking at cheaper condenser ones for around £200 but this is the heat pump a++ rated one . It's £325-399 everywhere but with code cpe20 it's £279.99 plus £4.98 delivery. 2% TopCashback as well

From memory it's 25.8p a use so paying the extra will pay off in a year or two compared to b and c rated ones

Yes only one year warranty but for additional 2 it's only £38 extra. John Lewis will match £304.98 but not the £20 code I have tried. They offer 2 year warranty so if you pay £38 3 year cover it's only £15 more than jl for extra year warranty.

Seems good to me anyway for a heat pump dryer

And before people say it will burn your house down that was a few models not this one in 2012 they have now been changed.

Might buy a smoke alarm for the garage though haha
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
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1 Like #1
Sorry to ask but what's s heat pump drier?
4 Likes #2
Normal condenser usually b or c rated are around 50-70p a use. A heat pump is the same but it re pumps the heat back through the clothes re using it instead of wasting it.

They take slightly longer to dry clothes but heat pumps are a rated so near half the energy cost per use.

Done a lot of reading on it the last 2 days as I was about to buy a normal condenser

Check this website out. It's good to compare dryers

https://www.sust-it.net/energy-saving.php?id=41&start=25

It's rank 31st but look at the prices of all the ones ranked above it, some are £1000+. This beko is by far cheapest in the top ranked dryers. £449 for a Siemens to £1899 for a meile. The costs are not much different to this £285 one. Bargain for what you get imo

Edited By: crazy_b on Dec 30, 2016 22:46: Typo
1 Like #3
cheers op was going to get a beko condenser but think ill pay the extra for one of these :)

Edited By: themachman on Dec 30, 2016 22:48
#4
Exactly what I was about to do, was after the 7230 black but this come up when I was searching for it with a++ rating so looked into it to see why it was rated much better.

Can't find a heat pump one anywhere near this price any make or shop. Even currys have this at £399 with £20 off today and they seem to be having some decent bargains on at the minute. Only downside I can't get it in black. Sitting in a garage so not too bothered.
2 Likes #5
wish it was black or grey
#6
Mmmm do these work out cheaper if they take 3 hours to dry clothes compared to 1.5 hours a standard dryer takes. Its A rated but takes longer to dry so it probably works out the same.
1 Like #7
fishleg
Mmmm do these work out cheaper if they take 3 hours to dry clothes compared to 1.5 hours a standard dryer takes. Its A rated but takes longer to dry so it probably works out the same.

The cycle costs are half the price.
1 Like #8
Thanks for posting - quite tempted!
#9
Price is £299. How do I get it for £284.98?
1 Like #10
I see it now. Enter code cpe20.
#11
The_Hoff
fishleg
Mmmm do these work out cheaper if they take 3 hours to dry clothes compared to 1.5 hours a standard dryer takes. Its A rated but takes longer to dry so it probably works out the same.

The cycle costs are half the price.


Exactly takes twice as long to dry saving you zero except a sticker that says A.
#12
Check Hotpoint's website as they are recalling various tumble dryers (Hotpoint, Indesit & Creda). We got our dryer 2nd hand around 7 years ago (one with a pipe), we paid £99 on Thurs for a brand new condenser dryer which is being delivered & "installed" FOC Tues & they are also taking the old one away! They also offer a FOC repair but we figured we may as well get a new one instead.
#13
Beko are cheap low quality products
1 Like #14
I have this dryer and its brilliant. Well put together.
It does take longer to dry than the old type of dryer but it does a very good job. Because it's a heat pump design it doesn't get as hot, it doesn't have a heating element and is therefore safer.
#15
fishleg
Mmmm do these work out cheaper if they take 3 hours to dry clothes compared to 1.5 hours a standard dryer takes. Its A rated but takes longer to dry so it probably works out the same.


See that link I posted . Change to before 2013, it tells you price per kg and price per cycle. If you look on beko website the time per cycle is like 5 minutes longer, I don't mean it takes hours longer. The price per cycle is the price per cycle. If you use it every other day 25-40p each time soon adds up. Even the b rated one is about 52p per use from memory and the price difference is £70 to buy extra so that's worth paying. But I wouldn't pay £399 for this as that's £180 extra and would take years to pay for its self. If this lasts 10 years you should save in energy more than it cost compared to buying a c or b rated one.
#16
fishleg
The_Hoff
fishleg
Mmmm do these work out cheaper if they take 3 hours to dry clothes compared to 1.5 hours a standard dryer takes. Its A rated but takes longer to dry so it probably works out the same.

The cycle costs are half the price.


Exactly takes twice as long to dry saving you zero except a sticker that says A.


The cycle cost is the cycle cost. If c rated cycle cost lasts 1 hour and is 70p and the cycle cost of this a rated one is 25p and takes 2 hours it's still the cycle cost. It's not a cost per minute or cost per hour it's the cost per cycle. See that link I posted . It tells you the yearly cost as well for a use of about every 3rd day.
#17
sez655
Check Hotpoint's website as they are recalling various tumble dryers (Hotpoint, Indesit & Creda). We got our dryer 2nd hand around 7 years ago (one with a pipe), we paid £99 on Thurs for a brand new condenser dryer which is being delivered & "installed" FOC Tues & they are also taking the old one away! They also offer a FOC repair but we figured we may as well get a new one instead.


What does that have to do with this deal? It's a beko. I have a hotpoint washer dryer now, it breaks every 2 months so I have had to pay cover on it for the last 5 years costing me £15-22 per month. Next years cover they want £24.99 so I have cancelled it. Bought this tumble dryer and using hotpoint only as a washing machine to see if it works longer. I will never buy a hotpoint again. Easy 20 call outs in 4 years. The dryer part breaks everytime. Pos
#18
Romulinx2
Beko are cheap low quality products


It has to be more reliable than my hotpoint. Reviews are all 8 star plus. If you want a better make heat pump one the next price in the top 30 dryers is £450. Or treat yourself to the Miele £1899 one if you have the funds.
1 Like #19
Romulinx2
Beko are cheap low quality products
Wrong. My Beko d/w outlasted the Bosch I had before. Was quieter and cheaper to run.

We have this dryer, and it's great. A cycle is actually quicker than on the Hotpoint condenser model it replaced. And at half the cost per load. It's easier to empty the water and fluff too. And it has a drum light.
1 Like #20
I have been using this one for a couple of months. It works great. Moisture sensor much better than my old zanussi. I expected drying times to be much longer, but they are not noticably longer than my old condenser. The huge difference is the temperature of the air coming out. It's so much cooler. My dog is not happy! He used to lay in front of the old one to get heat. I would definitely recommend it.
1 Like #21
badgerman2
Romulinx2
Beko are cheap low quality products
Wrong. My Beko d/w outlasted the Bosch I had before. Was quieter and cheaper to run.

We have this dryer, and it's great. A cycle is actually quicker than on the Hotpoint condenser model it replaced. And at half the cost per load. It's easier to empty the water and fluff too. And it has a drum light.


Thanks for that, good to hear from someone who actually owns one than some idiots on here trolling every item that goes up on offer. Tv's by far the worst to read.

Mine is being delivered Tuesday so I will let you know how it is.
#22
philipkole
sez655
Check Hotpoint's website as they are recalling various tumble dryers (Hotpoint, Indesit & Creda). We got our dryer 2nd hand around 7 years ago (one with a pipe), we paid £99 on Thurs for a brand new condenser dryer which is being delivered & "installed" FOC Tues & they are also taking the old one away! They also offer a FOC repair but we figured we may as well get a new one instead.
Where you got the new one from?


I think he means hotpoint are doing a recall and if you pay £99 you get a new condenser instead of them fixing your old one. So you need a recalled model to get that.

I checked mine and it's not an effected one.
1 Like #23
If you have a miele vacuum cleaner you could add a pack of hoover bags for £7.99 and use code CPE30 (£30 off a £300 spend)
1 Like #24
price for both would then be £282.97 delivered
1 Like #25
I bought this dryer from John Lewis just before Christmas and her indoors is absolutely loving it. I have it outside so I use the hose supplied to drain the water. As previously mentioned fluff removal is very easy to do. Ironing time has also been dramatically reduced . Well worth the £400 I paid for it so this deal price is awesome.
#26
izakamakazi
I bought this dryer from John Lewis just before Christmas and her indoors is absolutely loving it. I have it outside so I use the hose supplied to drain the water. As previously mentioned fluff removal is very easy to do. Ironing time has also been dramatically reduced . Well worth the £400 I paid for it so this deal price is awesome.


Good to know. So you think it's worth the £400 anyway. That's still cheaper than the next one in that top 30 list which is £449
#27
If you message John Lewis I THINK they would credit you back to £305 if you try. It's within 30 days
#28
Grundig are Beko with 5 year warranty but the prices for heatpumps are higher.
you used to be able to get one under £400

with heatpump models coming in under £300 you would be mad to go for a regular model(condenser or vented) now.

there was a 10kg model to look at as well

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hoover-dynamic-mega-dmhd1013a2-freestanding-heat-pump-tumble-dryer-10kg-load-a-energy-2587064


Don't forget to clean the condenser filters as well as the main fluff filter in the door.
#29
fishleg
Mmmm do these work out cheaper if they take 3 hours to dry clothes compared to 1.5 hours a standard dryer takes. Its A rated but takes longer to dry so it probably works out the same.

You need to educate yourself on how the EU energy label system works.
#30
Is Hoover hotpoint and indisit? Not touching their make again after 2 hotpoint ultimas in a row. Thought the 1st was just a bad one but the 2nd one was worst than the 1st one for breaking. Never buying washer dryer again either.
#31
That link had 17 week delivery time !!!!
#32
Just beware if putting it in the garage, heat pumps rely on high ambient air temperature to work properly and generate some heat, they do not work at below 5 degrees, I have a candy heat pump dryer, brilliant in summer but is struggling in the attached garage at this time of year, usually takes 2 - 3 hours for a full load but with the low temperature it takes around 5 - 6 hours to dry a load. On the upside it costs next to nothing per hour to run so very efficient.
#33
I only have room in my garage for separates that's why I bought a washer dryer last 2 times.

Garage won't get to minus 5 even if outside is.

Will see how it gets on
1 Like #34
Cheers OP bought! Was toying between the grundig and this.
1 Like #35
getmore4less
[quote=fishleg] Mmmm do these work out cheaper if they take 3 hours to dry clothes compared to 1.5 hours a standard dryer takes. Its A rated but takes longer to dry so it probably works out the same.
You need to educate yourself on how the EU energy label system works.[/quote
Or just educate themselves full stop.
#37
Thx >< jeez just saying seems like its pumping a lot of bs. 6 hours to dry clothes might as well use a hair dryer. Go educate yourself on what this site is for instead of insulting people.

Looks like a good deal but its low end so its this price for a reason either new model is round the corner, they break a lot or they crap.
#38


Yes but only that site and not many of them. Check out amazon and ones with a lot of views on. One of the bad reviews had a bad one by sounds of it
#39
fishleg
Thx >< jeez just saying seems like its pumping a lot of bs. 6 hours to dry clothes might as well use a hair dryer. Go educate yourself on what this site is for instead of insulting people.

Looks like a good deal but its low end so its this price for a reason either new model is round the corner, they break a lot or they crap.


Does that go for every cheap deal on here lol. What a load of rubbish. Look at beko website it's not 6 hours that's someone who had a issue with one.
#40


2 5 *
1 4*
2 1*

On jl can't really go off that can you

Now look at currys 8.9 out of 10 54 reviews

Anyone got the which? Subscription. See what they say I don't have it

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