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Beko DPU8360W Freestanding Condenser Tumble Dryer A+ Energy Rating - White £369.00 @ AO

£369.00 @ ao.com
Best price I can find for a decent A+ rated tumble dryer atm 2% Quidco Save time, save energy. The Beko DPU8360W condenser dryer uses half the energy of the average tumble dryer. Its heat pump t…
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Best price I can find for a decent A+ rated tumble dryer atm

2% Quidco

Save time, save energy. The Beko DPU8360W condenser dryer uses half the energy of the average tumble dryer. Its heat pump tech reuses hot air, saving you money in the long run. With an A+ rating for energy efficiency and an 8kg drum in tow, it’s the perfect recipe for giving you dry clothes at a fraction of the cost. And you can even make the most of this model if time isn’t on your side, thanks to a cycle which can manage a 1kg load of clothes in just 45 minutes.
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Heat! <3
#2
These energy efficient tumble driers use much cooler air to dry. The downside it that clothes come out all creased.
#3
BarrGunter
The downside it that clothes come out all creased.
Did you make this up?
#4
An A++ rated condenser tumble drier uses around 1/3 less energy than a C rated condenser tumble drier.

Average cost of running a C rated tumble drier for a year is £48 p/a and an A++ rated one is £32 p/a = £16 p/a saving

The cost difference between purchasing an A++ rated and a C rated drier is around £170

So by buying the more expensive A++ rated one you would (in theory) be saving money over the C rated one in around the year 2026
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asbig
An A++ rated condenser tumble drier uses around 1/3 less energy than a C rated condenser tumble drier.

Average cost of running a C rated tumble drier for a year is £48 p/a and an A++ rated one is £32 p/a = £16 p/a saving

The cost difference between purchasing an A++ rated and a C rated drier is around £170

So by buying the more expensive A++ rated one you would (in theory) be saving money over the C rated one in around the year 2026




depends how much you use it. I reckon those figures you've quoted are based on using it once a week. If you have children and use it 5-6 times a week then you're saving a lot more!
#6
asbig
An A++ rated condenser tumble drier uses around 1/3 less energy than a C rated condenser tumble drier.

Average cost of running a C rated tumble drier for a year is £48 p/a and an A++ rated one is £32 p/a = £16 p/a saving

The cost difference between purchasing an A++ rated and a C rated drier is around £170

So by buying the more expensive A++ rated one you would (in theory) be saving money over the C rated one in around the year 2026
Possibly true but that assumes that you are only interested in saving yourself money, rather than the carbon footprint of actually using a A++ rated machine rather than a C rated one, which some of us are interested in.
#7
NeilB
asbig
An A++ rated condenser tumble drier uses around 1/3 less energy than a C rated condenser tumble drier.

Average cost of running a C rated tumble drier for a year is £48 p/a and an A++ rated one is £32 p/a = £16 p/a saving

The cost difference between purchasing an A++ rated and a C rated drier is around £170

So by buying the more expensive A++ rated one you would (in theory) be saving money over the C rated one in around the year 2026
Possibly true but that assumes that you are only interested in saving yourself money, rather than the carbon footprint of actually using a A++ rated machine rather than a C rated one, which some of us are interested in.

Yeah you're saving the planet mate. ;)
#8
merridge642

Yeah you're saving the planet mate. ;)
lol - not trying to, just saying that's why some people go for A++ rated machines, not JUST to save themselves a couple of quid.

Edited By: NeilB on Jan 01, 2015 18:36

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