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Indesit Condensor Tumble Dryer £157.00 - Asda

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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
Been looking for a cheap condensor dryer and found this one just now online at Asda

Delivery came up at £5.95

Reviews look ok
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#1
Ahh im gutted. Paid £187 for this last week. Was the cheapest I found at the time.

Have some heat.

No doubt everyone will say how terrible Indesit are, but it suited me for what I need and im sure it will suit others too.
#2
I have the IS70C, Undoubtedly the worst white goods purchase I've ever made.

Every load takes hours to dry, heating element burnt also out tripping my house electrics.

You get what you pay for.
#3
I have this dry and i think its great. Ive had mine nearly a year and ive got
no complaints. I actually bought my for £150 second hand.

My only advise would be to clean it out reguarly, I was new to Condensors
and though i cleaned out the area that collects the water and the filter in
the dryer but there is also an area at the bottom of the condensor that
does collect alot of fluff, you'll need a screw driver to clean it out, but its
worth it. We we're thinking it was taking rather long to dry a load at least
2 hours, but this time has since been halfed.

Now, i guess you call could say that is still long, as im non the wiser,
but it think £150 is a good deal.
#4
For those foolish (or impoverished) enough to buy a crappy Indesit product, a good buy. Voted hot.
#5
musicals
For those foolish (or impoverished) enough to buy a crappy Indesit product, a good buy. Voted hot.


I had my last "crappy" indesit washer dryer for 12 years. Not ONCE did it ever break down, stop working or show any signs of poor performance and I used it at least 4-5 times a week. Not so "crappy" now eh?! :p
#6
musicals
For those foolish (or impoverished) enough to buy a crappy Indesit product, a good buy. Voted hot.


Ooooh stinging :-D

Had a couple of Indesit appliances and can't say they've been any better or worse than any of the other low - medium brands I've also purchased :thumbsup:
#7
Crosbee
I had my last "crappy" indesit washer dryer for 12 years. Not ONCE did it ever break down, stop working or show any signs of poor performance and I used it at least 4-5 times a week. Not so "crappy" now eh?! :p


Think they shut the factory down and moved it to Poland about one year ago , maybe they use cheaper parts there?.
#8
Whilst it's true that you generally get what you pay for, my current washing mashine is a 'crappy Indesit'. It still works perfectly and is now 10 years old and is used every other day and has been since new. 10 years ago I was warned to steer clear of the cheap brands and especially Indesit but all I could afford was the one I bought.

I cannot believe it still works to be honest but I'm not complaining!
#9
I bought this dryer last month and it takes between 4 and 6 hours to dry a load of towels. It is the worst dryer I have ever bought and I wish I had not bought it now. So avoid it at all cost as you will end up paying far more on your electric bill than the saving you will make buying this one at this price.
#10
I had this machine and it worked brilliantly for my family of 8 until it died 4 months ago. It lasted 2 years, which for £200 I thought was pretty good!
#11
Good price, and like all white goods, you win some, you lose some. I have an indesit washing machine (7 years) and dishwasher (6 years) and neither has failed me...touch wood!
#12
I've got a second hand Indesit washing machine, as long as I give it a masons handshake before I use and and never change the program it's on it works fine. Only cost me £50 though.

If you live near Peterborough you can visit the Indesit Factory via the goods in entrance and make some substantial savings, I did this recently with a cooker, which was quite a bit cheaper than online price >

http://www.indesitcompanygraded.co.uk/gr_end.html

They do have a tel number, you can get it if you phone the main Indesit factory switchboard and ask for the number for the graded goods.
#13
mikepj
I have the IS70C, Undoubtedly the worst white goods purchase I've ever made.

Every load takes hours to dry, heating element burnt also out tripping my house electrics.

You get what you pay for.


Eactly the same as ours... trips the electric on low settings all the time, and even on high take hours to dry clothes... still it was a trade off to have a dishwasher, which I love.
#14
just ordered this great price thank you

heat added
£162.95 inc delivery on 29th thursday :)
#15
It's the only "Hotpoint Group Product" I've got that still actually works, For now anyway.

I only bought it because I was desperate and it was the cheapest condenser dryer at the time.
#16
Bear in mind that tumble dryers are ferocious users of electricity. If you can use a good old washing line, then do so instead.
#17
savagevixen
I had this machine and it worked brilliantly for my family of 8 until it died 4 months ago. It lasted 2 years, which for £200 I thought was pretty good!

What!

Our little dryer will be 30 in October (wedding present) and is still going strong.

I really can't understand why people seem to accept such a short life on electrical appliances.
#18
cambourne03
I bought this dryer last month and it takes between 4 and 6 hours to dry a load of towels. It is the worst dryer I have ever bought and I wish I had not bought it now. So avoid it at all cost as you will end up paying far more on your electric bill than the saving you will make buying this one at this price.


Either yours was faulty to start with or you aren't cleaning it out properly. I have this machine and its dries a bundle of towels in under an hour
#19
unfortunately the worst ever tumbler i have ever owned!! fault after fault after fault and it didn't even make it to a year old before I threw the dratted thing out!!!! Good price if its what you want though!!!
#20
busybee1981
unfortunately the worst ever tumbler i have ever owned!! fault after fault after fault and it didn't even make it to a year old before I threw the dratted thing out!!!! Good price if its what you want though!!!


eh?? so it's a heap of crap, but it's a good price for a heap of crap?! hmm

This drier is only 'C' rated for efficiency. I'll bet if you pay an extra £50 for a better quality A-rated one then it'll pay for itself a few times over in the life of the drier.
#21
anyone got any free delivery codes?
#22
monkey82
anyone got any free delivery codes?

For delivery to the tip?

This post really sums up so much of what's on HUKD. Multiple comments from users advising that it's rubbish but it gets hot/bought because it's cheap. As the man said, they know the price of everything but the value of nothing.

I follow HUKD because I love a bargain but rubbish is never a bargain.
#23
I've done some research on these before (probably a different model though) but still Indesit.

I see a lot of problems with them - especially failure under warranty and just out of warranty.

I also own an Indesit Hob and Oven - both had faults from very early on - a knob on the hob broke and the oven cooks unevenly and is very noisey but for the price I paid (misprice instore) I've put up with them.

I contacted Indesit about them on a couple of occasions and have never heard back.

Good price for a condensor dryer but even though I desperately need one I wouldn't touch Indesit again with a barge pole.
#24
You have to be very careful with condensor dryers. Normal ones with an external vent that goes outside then you can get away with a cheapo one and it will probably work okay. The condensor ones massively vary in performance though. I subscribed to Which? in order to help make a decision on a condensor dryer and most of them were absolute rubbish. One of the best was a Bosch which we then bought. Full load of towels dry in under an hour.
You can't assume that if you have an Indesit washing machine and it is okay that the dryer will be the same.
#25
Yakkity
Good price, and like all white goods, you win some, you lose some. I have an indesit washing machine (7 years) and dishwasher (6 years) and neither has failed me...touch wood!


Typical. My indesit washing machine broke yesterday.... :x
#26
I don't know why people can't grasp the fact that just because a brand name appliance lasted for n+1 years,

1) A sample of one is statistically insignificant;
2) Today's appliance of the same brand will be a totally different beast and there is no connection between the two.

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