Indesit IDC75 Condenser Tumble Dryer + 2yr guarantee + free delivery £189 @ John Lewis - HotUKDeals
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Same price in Dixons & CoOp but I don't think they do the 2yr cover

The Indesit IDC75 tumble dryer can dry up to 7kg of clothes, making it a great value condenser machine. With 2 heat settings, refresh cycle, 160-minute timer and reverse tumble action to minimise tangling and therefore creasing. The Indesit IDC75 also gives you easy access for emptying the top water bottle, and theres an option to drain the moisture via the mains

Brand Indesit
Condenser Yes
Digital display No
Dimensions H85 x W59.5 x D58.5cm
Performance (cotton) C
Energy consumption 4.48kWh/cycle (336kW/year)
Energy Rating C
Final cool tumble Yes
Finish White
Guarantee FREE 2 year guarantee, extend to 5 years £75
Heat settings 2
Type Freestanding
Load capacity 7kg
Model name / number IDC75
Minutes on timer 160
Reverse action Yes
Sensor drying No
Timer delay No
Vents Condenser
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#1
scores 8.6/10 on Reevoo http://www.reevoo.com/p/indesit-idc75 (269 customer reviews) so not bad for such a cheap machine
http://www.electricshop.com/content/ebiz/electricshop/invt/idca835/IDCA835_l.jpg
#2
Are condensers the type that dont need the tube out the window?
#3
sniperpenguin
Are condensers the type that dont need the tube out the window?


yes
#4
does anyone know exactly where the 'bottle' is to empty on this machine?

is it the draw looking thing top left?
#5
loupomm
does anyone know exactly where the 'bottle' is to empty on this machine?

is it the draw looking thing top left?


thats correct
#6
steve2zaf
thats correct


thank you
#7
I did my research also, & ordered this a few days ago as seemed a good deal to me, Hot
#8
If your energy consious we use the white knight 85AW .This is B rated energy efficiant.The only problem is it takes up to 8 hours to dry on cold setting.Never seen A rated dryer.Been using these for 5 years and saved a fortune in electricity.
#9
peterwain;7567396
Never seen A rated dryer.


I have one... AEG T59800
http://www.aeg-electrolux.co.uk/node146.asp?ProdID=41123
Some info power savings on this site: http://www.greenandeasy.co.uk/product/AEG-T59840-Condenser-Tumble-Dryer-.aspx
It is a condenser type, but it uses a heat pump, and also dries at slightly lower temperature, so is easier on clothes as well as saving 50% of the electricity!

Doesn't take anything like 8 hours, just a bit longer than a standard cheap vented drier. Estimated programme times look a little longer, but it dries in practice a good bit faster than the timings suggest, as it dries to a pre-selectable moisture level, regardless of the time.

It came with 5 year warranty, but I think that is no longer the case, so it affects the "economics" a bit! :-(

It can be got for around £545 http://www.taw-sales.co.uk/products/6586?utm_source=pulldigital&utm_medium=syndication&utm_campaign=pull-nov-09&utm_term=T59800 ( not quite as cheap as when I bought mine), still if you use it a lot, as I do (disabled, so hanging out clothes is a BIG issue), AND have a washing machine with a decent spin speed (mine is 1600rpm), there is a LOT of money to be saved despite this big outlay.
The best deal seems to be John Lewis who have the newer model T59840 for £599 but it has a 5 year warranty available, until the end of the month!
http://www.johnlewis.com/230482267/Product.aspx?source=14798

On my calculations at the time, with my usage, I was going to be into clear "profit" when it was just under 3 years old, and be still left with 2 years in warranty - since then it has gone up in price a little, but so has electricity, a bit more!
#10
peterwain;7567396
If your energy consious we use the white knight 85AW .This is B rated energy efficiant.The only problem is it takes up to 8 hours to dry on cold setting.Never seen A rated dryer.Been using these for 5 years and saved a fortune in electricity.


I looked at these when I bought mine, and realised I would need to be listening to the din 24 hours a day just to keep up with the amount of washing! :-(
#11
is this an additional 2 years on top of the standard 1 year manufacturers warranty?
#12
just bought Hoover VHC680F ( no window, no digital display ) for £199.50
so far I am pleased with it !

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