Candy Hoover GoC218 Condeser Tumble Dryer Now £129 Del (or £114 using voucher) - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
151Expired

Candy Hoover GoC218 Condeser Tumble Dryer Now £129.00 Del (or £114 using voucher)

£129.00 @ Tesco
Massive 8kg load capacity. Large door for easy loading. Water full indicator. Filter care indicator. 2 heat settings. Fast iron / refresh cycle. Look's good imo, only downfall is the energy efficiant … Read More
cammeyz Avatar
8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
Massive 8kg load capacity. Large door for easy loading. Water full indicator. Filter care indicator. 2 heat settings. Fast iron / refresh cycle. Look's good imo, only downfall is the energy efficiant C?
The £15 off coupon from the other week was still saved and worked fine for me "TDX-FDAN", confirmation email states its £114 delivered.(possibly Quidco?)
Can't seem to find this anywhere else for less than £200, most are near £250.
More From Tesco:
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
cammeyz Avatar
8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
Options

All Comments

(21) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
Good price.

As tumble driers work by converting electricity to heat (obviously!), the A-rated ones have smaller heating elements and generate less heat, taking longer to dry your clothes.

As they work by evaporating water, which takes a specific and constant amount of energy for a given amount of water, then there doesn't seem to be alot of point in getting a better rated one.
#3
This is a cracking price for a condenser drier heat added
#4
Thanks for this I was looking for a tumble dryer... just ordered its coming friday £114 im over the moon :)

H&R added :thumbsup:
banned#5
a fantastic price for a condenser drier, heat added. :thumbsup::)
#6
I guesss that there might be 3% quidco cashback on this too?!?!
#7
out of stock now:x
#8
Thanks! Just ordered one for my friend! H&R added! :)
#9
budgieblues
out of stock now:x


showing in stock now
#10
Sorry, we could not place your order as one or more items have now gone out of stock

We have therefore removed the items listed below from your basket:

Candy Hoover GoC218 Tumble Dryer
#11
yes your right ... when added it shows out of stock
#12
Definate Bargain but no longer in stock...I was about to order one...haha...sods law:x
#13
It shows as in stock and will add to your basket, then it says out of stock when you try to check out. Gutted! I really need a new dryer!
#14
Real shame great deal! H+R added
#15
Hi cammeyz, you're right, it is a fantastic price for a condenser tumble dryer (i've been on the lookout for the past month or so for myself!). I think i've finally settled on a Bosch model though, having goggled various models/reviews over that time. I also signed up for the Which? 30 days for £1 trial, and i've got to say the review really put me off this one :-(. I can't provide a link to it as you need to be logged in to view it, but anybody else with a Which? sub, or who takes the trial out will be able to view it in full. I know that it's expired now but it maybe useful for someone if it comes back into stock.
Which? Review.
Candy's GOC218 is a mediocre and very noisy condenser tumble dryer that does a poor job of collecting the water from your washing.

It has a large maximum drum capacity of 8kg and will dry a full load in 166 minutes (20.75 minutes per kilogram). The easy-care cycle can dry 4kg in 137 minutes, which is a slow 34 minutes per kilogram.

This tumble dryer has a timer dial that lets you choose your own drying time. The maximum programmable drying time is 170 minutes and can be set in ten-minute increments. There is also a cold-air cycle that can be used to refresh clothes quickly.

The machine is poor at collecting the water from your washing - almost 40 per cent of the water doesn't make it to the water reservoir and is likely to escape from your machine as vapour. This could cause condensation and ultimately mildew on your walls, so leave a window open whenever possible if using this machine.

The instruction manual is good and the machine is reasonably intuitive to use, with a straightforward programming process. Using this model without the manual should be possible.
The energy consumption for this model is average, but the easy-care cycle is quite power-hungry, and regular use of this will push up energy bills.
Pros: Easy to use, good manual
Cons: Poor water collection, very noisy
#16
withabix;2680505
Good price.

As tumble driers work by converting electricity to heat (obviously!), the A-rated ones have smaller heating elements and generate less heat, taking longer to dry your clothes.

As they work by evaporating water, which takes a specific and constant amount of energy for a given amount of water, then there doesn't seem to be alot of point in getting a better rated one.


Rubbish
There are A rated ones, have one myself, easy enough to find them
#17
I just got risd of a clapped out Hoover NON-condensing model, 18 months old, and it was a pleasure to see it go!
NOISY, crude thing :-(

Hope this is better, or you are putting it in a shed at the bottom of the garden
#18
nihcaj
Rubbish
There are A rated ones, have one myself, easy enough to find them


Please explain how less energy evaporates more water, in technical terms based on the laws of physics.
#19
An interesting article on appliance rating system:
http://www.ukwhitegoods.co.uk/modules.php?name=Content&pa=showpage&pid=101
#20
withabix;2684813
Please explain how less energy evaporates more water, in technical terms based on the laws of physics.


Oh the laws of physics are broken, as it is in an alternate universe, didn't I mention that?

Stop spouting an inadequate view of physics theory, open your eyes, listen to the birds singing, and breathe in the coffee aroma.
As it happens, even in this universe, there is enough energy in a teaspoon of matter to dry the entire planet, but it depends how you use it.
There are ways of running a tumble drier to use a LOT less energy in the real world, just as there are ways of making cars now that drive a similar distance on a tenth of the petrol that a 1910 Rolls Royce does. The fuel had the same energy back then. Fortunately designers are not bound up with narrow views of ONE aspect of ONE physics theory, and use other physical properties. If you had looked for "A rated tumble drier" on any search engine, you would see more than one manufacturer has done just this, and it really is NOT rocket science.

Experts, don't ya just love 'em :-(

Ex= used to be
Spurt= a drip under pressure
#21
got mine today... works lovely

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!