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Been looking out for a decent tumble dryer for months now and the best price I've seen for this one has been around £395 comets have it for £499.

More details here - http://www.bosch-home.co.uk/Files/Bosch/Gb/en/Document/Brochures%20-%20freestanding/laundry.pdf

Sensor tumble dryer
Feature Benefit
Colour WHITE
Dimensions Height=84.2cm Depth=62.5cm Width=59.8cm
Manufacturer Warranty 2 Years Cover included
B grade energy efficiency Graded on a scale of A-G (A being the best)
Final cool cycle For reduced creasing and easier ironing
Intermittent tumble at end of cycle For reduced creasing and easier ironing
3 drying temperatures Different drying temperstures for greater flexibility
Water reservoir full indicator Lets you know when to empty the water reservoir
Wide opening door For ease of use.
Easily accessible filter for faster/easy cleaning Easily accessible filter for faster, simpler cleaning.
24 hours delay start timer allows you to program the dryer to start automatically at a later time.
Clothes Dry Indicator Light Saves electricity, saves you money
Filter full indicator Tells you when the fluff filter needs emptying.
3.9 kW energy consumption This indicates the power or electrical consumption of the appliance. The lower the figure the less electricity it uses.
Audible end of programme signal Lets the user know immediately the cycle has ended, minimising creasing & making ironing easier
Stacking kit available as optional extra A stacking kit can be purchased so the dryer can be stacked safely with a washing machine, saving valuable space
64 dB noise level The lower the value,the quieter the appliance
7 kg drying capacity The maximum capacity of the appliance.
Condenser drying A condenser dryer can be placed anywhere in the house, a vented dryer needs somewhere for the venting hose to go
Sensor drying It electronically assesses the exact moisture level and ensures accurate drying results, prevents overdrying and excessive energy consumption.
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#1
Smart looking machine!!


http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y297/ShamblesX/274c8480.jpg
#2
That's what I call a tumble dryer deal! A brand you'd actually want to buy, a solid spec and a fantastic price. Thanks.
#3
not as energy efficient at Bosch's new Eco range, but still a great price for a quality build
#4
ordered
proper Bargain !
thanks for the heads up
#5
Top Cashback offer 5% cashback so a possible £13.95 off this price making it only £265.05.:thumbsup:
A very hot deal, literally, lol. Hope it doesn't cost to much to run, is 3.9kwh one of the best, how long does it take to dry a standard load?:?
#6
Great one. This came just in time as my old Indiset has lost its power and takes years to dry.

Looking at all the machines in this price range this looks by far the best value.

2 years warranty over Hotpoint, not that i like them, is a bonus. And having had Bosch previously i know their service engineers and service time is second to none.

Many thanx OP ;-)

PS was just about to put it though Quidco when i noticed you post about TopCashBack BBM. 2% Quidco 5% TCB.... luckily i hadnt put through my order ;-) So thanx for that m8. Oh and is that a salt and pepper Schnauzer in your avatar m8 ?
#7
Fantastic Price & Fantastic Product, you won't be disappointed with this tumble dryer.

The condensor means no hose, and the senor stops the dryer when the clothes are dry to the required level.

An example to drying times, for cupboard dry (cottons) it starts at 1hr 44min but automatically updates according to drying rate.
On average, around 50-60mins, but all wet cotton towels then alot more.

I bought this 2 years ago from Co-op Electrical Shop for £299 when it was £499 elsewhere.

Energy rating B which is very good for a tumble dryer.

Also, (at the time, not sure of current prices) as the product was under £300 the extended 5 year bosch warranty was only ~£50 instead of being over £130.
#8
Too late - up to £379 now. Thanks, anyway. :thumbsup:
#9
Showing at £379 for me???????????????????
#10
Probably a misprice. Good luck to those who got their orders in early - I should have been quicker off the mark! :)
#11
Order acknowledgement emailed and delivery time booked. Hopefully Monday morning they wont send out the dreaded cancellation email.

Fingers crossed :-)
#12
Paid £700 for a top of the line Bosch Washer.
Unless we slam the door.it won't start.
The spin speed buttons are also problematic.
If the wet washing isn't just so, it won't spin.
Our last washer was a bog standard Hoover for £299.........You pressed the button,It just worked.
banned#13
toycollector
Paid £700 for a top of the line Bosch Washer.
Unless we slam the door.it won't start.
The spin speed buttons are also problematic.
If the wet washing isn't just so, it won't spin.
Our last washer was a bog standard Hoover for £299.........You pressed the button,It just worked.


maybe slamming the door all the time is what knackered it
#14
toycollector
Paid £700 for a top of the line Bosch Washer.


This is a condenser dryer
#15
Just got my £13.95 confirmed by TCB so happy days :-)
#16
Bosch are now made in eastern Europe and are not the quality they once were.
If you want quality how Bosch used to be buy SIemens they usually come with 5 years warranty included.
#17
Mascherano
maybe slamming the door all the time is what knackered it

slamming the door was what the Bosch engineer suggested (in a roundabout way, he said be more firm when closing.The only way WAS to slam) That was after he had fitted a new plastic doo and seal surround and a new control panel beacause we had problemd getting the spin speed to change over.
#18
Shambles
This is a condenser dryer

You don't say.
What i'm trying to get over is the fact that i paid for a Rolls Royce and got a Lada!
#19
Condensor = Stream = Damp Clothing.
#20
Got a call stating misprice, anyone else?
#21
Hi,
I ve just had the call stating miss-price and to ring to negotiate a price or cancel order
#22
A revised price of £365 being offered by the Co-op as an alternative to having the order cancelled I gather............

Is that general? :?
#23
Me too with the email. Cack customer service from COOP as you think they might have let some go through.

Anyone else had a price confirmed at what they are now offering it at. I saw it at £379 yesterday... now its £393. How many more times are they gonna change the price ? I bet they still honoured it at £379 !
#24
This was a mis-price. Contacted today to advise me despite me receiving an order confirmation they say that this is an intention to offer goods and its not until I receive them that the contract is formed.
#25
Hi,
Just had another conversation with a guy called Leigh, who has been left to clear the mess, saying price should have been £379.
After further conversation he told me the best price he could do was £365 which matches Huges direct,
#26
Hi - Yes same guy called me an told me the best he could do was £369 but they would tak emy old appliance away for free. Are you sure its £365?
#27
Hi,
The first deal he offered was the same as yours, but once I mentioned Hughes price he dropped to match,
#28
Hughes charge about £25 for delivery where as co-op is free. Did you allow for that?
#29
Hi,
yes I know this but he still matched it as he didnt check for delivery,
#30
Hi, Good on you. Looking at their terms I'm not sure that they shouldn't have honored the original price as I have an email of acceptance and receipt. They say the contract has not been fulfilled until the goods have been dispatched. Not sure what constitutes "dispatched" but may take this further. My view is that the order confirmation and receipt constitutes a binding contract.
#31
Good luck,
but please read below,taken from terms and conditions:

[FONT=Arial]8. You will receive an acknowledgement email from us, acknowledging receipt of your order. THIS IS NOT AN ACCEPTANCE OF YOUR ORDER AND NO BINDING CONTRACT HAS BEEN MADE UNTIL THE GOODS ARE DESPATCHED.
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#32
Hi thanks some interesting law on this subject. Anyway agreed to pay an additional £90 lets hope its worth this amount of money. Good luck.
#33
Yep £365 for me as well. I haggled for around 10mins but wouldnt go down further.
#34
Missed a phone call the other day i presume to offer higher price.Noticed that the £279 has been taken from bank and no phone call to arrange delivery.By them taking the money is that a contract formed?
#35
candi;8005063
Missed a phone call the other day i presume to offer higher price.Noticed that the £279 has been taken from bank and no phone call to arrange delivery.By them taking the money is that a contract formed?


An interesting situation. In a sense, taking the money from your account constitutes an acceptance of your offer to purchase, but they may argue that the T&C (extract below) require an actual confirmation email from them before the contract is complete.

[FONT=Arial]When you place an order to purchase a product from [COLOR=#606420]www.coopelectricalshop.co.uk[/COLOR], we will send you an e-mail confirming receipt of your order. Your order represents an offer to us to purchase a product, for which we thank you, and which is accepted by us when we send e-mail confirmation to you that we've despatched that product to you.[/FONT]
#36
thanks for your advice
anyone got any ideas what to say when i ring tommorrow?
#37
candi;8010988
thanks for your advice
anyone got any ideas what to say when i ring tommorrow?


Can't guarantee the outcome, by any means, but I'd put it to them that although you fully accept that making the purchase via the website was only the 'offer' in the contract between you, the 'acceptance' was their taking the money. For a contract to be formed there has to be an offer and a clear acceptance - arguably, you have that.

They will argue that the T&C (I gave you an extract) override that. I'm not sure they can successfully argue that one, but it's possible they might succeed if pushed. Worth a try, though...................;-)
#38
I think they wont budge as i spent a good 10 mins talking to Leigh about the laws of it all and he wouldnt move on it. Even if they have taken the money its still not legally binding as per their terms and conditions, and do you really want the hastle of claims. The best price i think you can get it is £360, which he offered me as a final deal coz i said cancel the original order and reorder to get better topcashback money. I knew it costs them a small charge to cancel once the request has gone to the bank... so instead he said instead of cancelling and reordering he'd knock another £5 off. But hey if you do get it any cheaper let us all know and we'll be on the blower like hot snot !
#39
cancelled lol waste of time

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