Indesit IDC75 Condenser Tumble Dryer White £179.99 @ Sainsburys - HotUKDeals
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Indesit IDC75 Condenser Tumble Dryer White
2% cashback and nectar points plus free delivery.

Indesit is known for design quality and engineering attention to detail, and this condenser dryer in white, proves it. It has a substantial 7kg drying capacity and with its condenser design, can be housed anywhere from the house to the garage. All you need is a power supply and your wet laundry.

With a maximum dry time of 180 minutes, there are two drying temperatures for ease of use, while a final cool cycle helps keep crinkles at bay. The filter is easily accessible for simple cleaning - so you won't have to hunt around to find it.

A really handy feature is the airing cycle, which gives dry clothes a boost of freshness - perfect for getting rid of that slight mustiness after storage.

Comes with a 1 year manufacturer's guarantee.
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#1
Reviews for what their worth seem good too.
#2
Great price for a condenser
1 Like #3
indesit, in essex, means 'IN THE SKIP'.. Check all reviews before buying. good price though.
#4
Would like to know what some others think. Might order!
#5
I've had one for 7 years and it was top of the range. The warranty is essential, since it breaks down on average twice a year! Mind you, they look nice!
#6
I've had a White Knight condenser (very similar cost) for about 5 years, used on average 3 times a week, no problems :3
1 Like #7
Had this model for a year now and it is the worst tumble dryer I have ever had. It takes ages to dry anything. On avarage it takes 3 to 4 hours to dry towels. Avoid this one and buy another make.
#8
Cambourne03 - thanks for the feedback - I was looking for one of these and think I'll avoid Indesit now...
#9
had this model over a year, dries well, 2 hours max drying time for me on most loads, not that quiet tho but i guess none are really, dunno if this is all that cheap tho price wise, think they generally about this price
#10
bak2brighton
had this model over a year, dries well, 2 hours max drying time for me on most loads, not that quiet tho but i guess none are really, dunno if this is all that cheap tho price wise, think they generally about this price


£216 in comet,£229 dixons and tesco and argos want £240!
#11
Sorry to pour scorn but this model range of condenser tumble dryer which, is described by an independent magazine “as not recommended” for being very poor at trapping water, dries synthetics slowly, noisy, having high energy consumption and lint filter hard to clean.
So not sure on this being such a “hot deal”

Edited By: swooping-owl on Oct 07, 2010 23:02: spelling
#12
Had this model for a year now and it is the worst tumble dryer I have ever had. It takes ages to dry anything. On avarage it takes 3 to 4 hours to dry towels. Avoid this one and buy another make.


Yours must have been faulty. I put 3 large towles in it and they are dry in 45 mins max.
#13
Simon_G
Had this model for a year now and it is the worst tumble dryer I have ever had. It takes ages to dry anything. On avarage it takes 3 to 4 hours to dry towels. Avoid this one and buy another make.
Yours must have been faulty. I put 3 large towles in it and they are dry in 45 mins max.

I thought it was faulty to start with however whenthe engineer came out to look at it he said there was nothing wrong with it. I suppose if you only put 3 towels in it at a time then you might get them dried in 45 mins but with a full load it is 3 to 4 hours.
#14
Fully concur with cambourne03, this is a poor dryer that takes ages to dry stuff, if any of you guys want one then why not buy mine, I'd love to be shot of it ;)
#15
same tumble dryer instore asda preston same price
#16
PulseTurbo
Would like to know what some others think. Might order!

We've just got one of these, and actually brought ours from Sainburys at £189.99 so this is an excellent deal, Asda was doing this at £177 for a long period of time but it appears to have now ended. This is an excellent machine when working, and has a front water tray at the top for easy emptying, we found ours not to be that noisy when running.
#17
oh gosh...where do I start....apart from the fact this was the WORST tumbler I have ever owned!!! The water didn't always make it into the condenser tray and ended up leaking everywhere, it went totally wrong within 3 months, the belt kept snapping and the pulley wheel kept snapping, in the end the repair man said the whole drum needed realigning which would cost more than the flippin thing was worth!! So off if went to the skip!! I could have taken out the insurance etc I suppose but it probably wasn't worth the hassle of waiting for them to sort it all the time, especially with 5 kids, I can't afford to be without one with the nappies to wash and all the towels we use. We now have a beko one which is much better.
#18
BusyBee - what Beko Tumbledryer do you have? How long have you had it and what is your opinion of it in comparison to the others in the market (excluding Indesit models of course)!
#19
We had this tumble dryer and never again. It died after 18 months, got it repaired and it died again after less than 6 months. Waste of money no matter how low it's priced.
#20
jazid
BusyBee - what Beko Tumbledryer do you have? How long have you had it and what is your opinion of it in comparison to the others in the market (excluding Indesit models of course)!

I'm not a salesman for White Knight but mine does what it says on the tin and takes only 70 mins to dry the 'worst' of loads...
#21
I've had plenty of experience of Indesit products and have attempted to contact their customer services via email and have never had a reply.

In my eyes their name is missing a "h" three letters from the end ............

Because thats where their products tend to leave you .....
#22
price has gone up to £199.99

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