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Was browsing for a new heat pump tumble dryer and found this one of curry's.

I noticed curry's had this TKB340 heat pump model for £750 (miele want £999 direct) with a coupon published on the page to give 10% instant discount to £675, plus it also as £100 cashback on it from Miele bringing it to £575.

Much better then the AEG I was looking at and cheaper running costs too.

Oh and if you want those smelly pod things that you can use with the machine they are currently £9.99 each at Miele (under accessories, care collection) buy two, free delivery and use MIELE20 to get another 20% off, supposedly last for 50 cycles each.
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#1
Should pay for itself after around 4000 cycles oO
#2
I'm after a condenser dryer. Unsure if this is a bargain or not
#3
we just bought this in Bosch on ao.com for £509 delivered amazing model dried two large towels 3 pairs of heavy jeans and washing load I'm 60mins!!
#4
lynne192
we just bought this in Bosch on ao.com for £509 delivered amazing model dried two large towels 3 pairs of heavy jeans and washing load I'm 60mins!!

And if you use E7, you can tell your metre hardly budges. Bosch is so economical to run. A shame that the innards of my freezer are disintegrating into fragments. I have a hoover tumble dryer and about 7kg took 1hr and 1 half and they came out very dry and it is also very economical. I remember the price being very reasonable.. or else I would have bought it.. not like £300 or even £500 although it was a while back!
#5
Save your money and buy a simple drier. We shelled out £££ on a Siemens condensor drier when we moved into a new rental. Worked ok for 2 years or so and then slowly problems. Eventually it wouldn't dry clothes properly. It was sealed and impossible to clean out the wet fluff collecting in the internal heat exchanger. What annoyed me was seeing the markings for an access panel into the internal heat exchanger plenum, but no door, just solid plastic. I would also have to regularly remove the side panels to hoover out the dust clogging the external heat exchanger. Also clothes started to smell mouldy. We managed to keep it going for about 4 years, we just replaced it with a simple drier.

Edited By: cloudsurfer on Dec 25, 2014 19:38
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1 Like #7
£575 for a £1000 dryer. I hope the cold trolls know where to get this cheaper.

Or is this just the usual "I don't want this!" "I don't know what this is!"?

Come on, if you know a cheaper Miele heat pump dryer let us all know. If you just don't want to buy one yourself that doesn't mean it's a bad deal.
#8
lynne192
we just bought this in Bosch on ao.com for £509 delivered amazing model dried two large towels 3 pairs of heavy jeans and washing load I'm 60mins!!
Wow, I'm right on it. oO
#9
Shame it's only a two year guarantee - quite a lot of expensive technology in this white box.
#10
If I am not wrong, £50 down with O2 priority moments. I'm buying one. Thanks for the post OP
#11
Can anyone suggest if it's worth paying £20 for installation?
#12
Oh I should mention that if you pay by Amex you get another £10 off if you have the offer saved to your card - £10 off a £50 spend. I forgot I saved it and had the usual text from Amex thanking me for my purchase.
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lynne192
we just bought this in Bosch on ao.com for £509 delivered amazing model dried two large towels 3 pairs of heavy jeans and washing load I'm 60mins!!


60 minz sucks. Should be 49
#14
lynne192
we just bought this in Bosch on ao.com for £509 delivered amazing model dried two large towels 3 pairs of heavy jeans and washing load I'm 60mins!!

Which model bosch was it?

Looking for a tumble dryer, wanting to spend no more than around £450 and want A++ for that.

Was about to order this siemens model http://www.johnlewis.com/siemens-wt46w381gb-condenser-tumble-dryer-7kg-load-a-energy-rating-white/p687260 which i can get for £449
#15
superdon
lynne192
we just bought this in Bosch on ao.com for £509 delivered amazing model dried two large towels 3 pairs of heavy jeans and washing load I'm 60mins!!

Which model bosch was it?

Looking for a tumble dryer, wanting to spend no more than around £450 and want A++ for that.

Was about to order this siemens model http://www.johnlewis.com/siemens-wt46w381gb-condenser-tumble-dryer-7kg-load-a-energy-rating-white/p687260 which i can get for £449

Have you read the reviews about Siemens? Also if you read through the manual it costs more to run that machine then the Miele or the AEG.
#16
yellowplum
superdon
lynne192
we just bought this in Bosch on ao.com for £509 delivered amazing model dried two large towels 3 pairs of heavy jeans and washing load I'm 60mins!!



Which model bosch was it?

Looking for a tumble dryer, wanting to spend no more than around £450 and want A++ for that.

Was about to order this siemens model http://www.johnlewis.com/siemens-wt46w381gb-condenser-tumble-dryer-7kg-load-a-energy-rating-white/p687260 which i can get for £449

Have you read the reviews about Siemens? Also if you read through the manual it costs more to run that machine then the Miele or the AEG.

About that model, or siemens in general? Always had good experiences with both bosch and siemens.

I am pretty happy with the stated running cost and overall 'lifetime ownership' cost on that siemens. Much cheaper overall than the B efficent cheaper, non heat pump, Bosch model we nearly ordered. Cant justify spending more than £450 up front, so that rules this miele out. Not saying its not a decent deal though.
#17
Miele is a bit like BMW cars to me. Overpriced overhiped rubbish.

Good for someone who believes in it.
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catchkiran
Can anyone suggest if it's worth paying £20 for installation?

No. When they deliver they'll put it in the room. If you pay £20 they'll put it in the room then plug it in.
#19
superdon
yellowplum
superdon
lynne192
we just bought this in Bosch on ao.com for £509 delivered amazing model dried two large towels 3 pairs of heavy jeans and washing load I'm 60mins!!



Which model bosch was it?

Looking for a tumble dryer, wanting to spend no more than around £450 and want A++ for that.

Was about to order this siemens model http://www.johnlewis.com/siemens-wt46w381gb-condenser-tumble-dryer-7kg-load-a-energy-rating-white/p687260 which i can get for £449

Have you read the reviews about Siemens? Also if you read through the manual it costs more to run that machine then the Miele or the AEG.

About that model, or siemens in general? Always had good experiences with both bosch and siemens.

I am pretty happy with the stated running cost and overall 'lifetime ownership' cost on that siemens. Much cheaper overall than the B efficent cheaper, non heat pump, Bosch model we nearly ordered. Cant justify spending more than £450 up front, so that rules this miele out. Not saying its not a decent deal though.

Specifically on this occasion about those range of Siemens dryer models. However it has to be said as people demand more for less with white goods manufacturers do have to cheapen production, components etc. Siemens is one of those companies that used to use better components within the BSH group, now it seems it has fallen foul of the offshoring and cheaper components, apart from one or two of the top models.
#20
yellowplum
superdon
yellowplum
superdon
lynne192
we just bought this in Bosch on ao.com for £509 delivered amazing model dried two large towels 3 pairs of heavy jeans and washing load I'm 60mins!!



Which model bosch was it?

Looking for a tumble dryer, wanting to spend no more than around £450 and want A++ for that.

Was about to order this siemens model http://www.johnlewis.com/siemens-wt46w381gb-condenser-tumble-dryer-7kg-load-a-energy-rating-white/p687260 which i can get for £449

Have you read the reviews about Siemens? Also if you read through the manual it costs more to run that machine then the Miele or the AEG.

About that model, or siemens in general? Always had good experiences with both bosch and siemens.

I am pretty happy with the stated running cost and overall 'lifetime ownership' cost on that siemens. Much cheaper overall than the B efficent cheaper, non heat pump, Bosch model we nearly ordered. Cant justify spending more than £450 up front, so that rules this miele out. Not saying its not a decent deal though.

Specifically on this occasion about those range of Siemens dryer models. However it has to be said as people demand more for less with white goods manufacturers do have to cheapen production, components etc. Siemens is one of those companies that used to use better components within the BSH group, now it seems it has fallen foul of the offshoring and cheaper components, apart from one or two of the top models.

Still havent ordered. Now not sure about the whole heat pump thing. Yes, its cheaper to run, but takes quite a bit longer to dry so not sure if the energy savings are actually as good as the headlines states?
#21
I'm thinking about the Samsung blue crystal door one from ao. Com reduced to £699 for 8kg A++ 5 year warranty. I like Miele as they are designed well but this one only has 2yr warranty which is no better than a cheaper one. Doesn't look all that if you like aesthetically pleasing products. Having said that I have a miele washing machine with 10yr warranty and dishwasher with 5 years. Also I don't know how you would get the £100 cashback buying from currys. It seems like the £100 cashback is only on miele's website when you purchase it for £999. Can anyone confirm how you would get the extra £100 off? Hot if you can but I have my reservations.
#22
Lumiere
I'm thinking about the Samsung blue crystal door one from ao. Com reduced to £699 for 8kg A++ 5 year warranty. I like Miele as they are designed well but this one only has 2yr warranty which is no better than a cheaper one. Doesn't look all that if you like aesthetically pleasing products. Having said that I have a miele washing machine with 10yr warranty and dishwasher with 5 years. Also I don't know how you would get the £100 cashback buying from currys. It seems like the £100 cashback is only on miele's website when you purchase it for £999. Can anyone confirm how you would get the extra £100 off? Hot if you can but I have my reservations.

The £100 is available on all purchases from authorised dealers, please read the small print on the Miele website, I know most people don't like reading T&C's but it is in plain English for you to read (S3).

As with aesthetically pleasing, function and durability is more important than looks. Where is comes to warranty I would guide you over to Money Saving Expert and read the Section 75 part if you pay by card, so I am not worried. Also as most appliances and anything else that is manufactured usually falls under the bathtub curve again I would not be bothered.
#23
Thanks for pointing out the cash back T&Cs. That's definitely sealed it for me... ordered one and voted HOT. Good find yellowplum, just hope the bath tub curve flat lines well before the two years is up :-)
#24
So...I live in NI but it seems I'm not in the UK (that statement alone could set off a debate lol) according to Miele!
Currys dont have stock, the goods are delivered directly from Miele BUT Miele UK won't deliver to NI, Miele IE don't supply the model on offer, neither do Currys IE.. Good luck, dealing with these two bunch of numpties #computersaysno
#26

Have you had any problems with clothes not drying with this model as there seems to be some negative reviews?

Edited By: matte on Jan 02, 2015 14:08: spelling mistake
#27
Does anyone have the 10% code mentioned by the OP? I can't find one.

Thanks
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PeteW
Does anyone have the 10% code mentioned by the OP? I can't find one.

Thanks

The 10% was only until 31 December - if you have a store near you just pop in and try and haggle with the staff, these are not takeaway products anyway as Miele deliver direct.

Alternatively if you are near Oxford and Miele you can have a look at the outlet prices, they have a clearance at the moment and have/had a TKB440 which is the next model up with the glass door for £679 or something like that - which is still cheap (you can always try your luck at the cash back on that too - no harm all they will do is say no).

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