8KG A+ energy rated  Indesit Ecotime IDPE 845 HEAT PUMP tumble dryer with sensor. £300-£400 elsewhere but £183.20 delivered @ Tesco Direct with code TD-PMXF.
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8KG A+ energy rated Indesit Ecotime IDPE 845 HEAT PUMP tumble dryer with sensor. £300-£400 elsewhere but £183.20 delivered @ Tesco Direct with code TD-PMXF.

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Found 13th Aug 2017
This is ellenw's deal, I'm just posting it so that people don't miss out on it!

This tumble dryer already has been reduced from £360 down to £230 but the promo code TD-PMXF takes a further 20% off meaning you pay just £183.20 for it delivered which is pretty much half the standard price on it. Some other retailers charge you anything from £7 up to £20 for delivery, which can make the other sellers even more expensive for their delivered price. I've already taken my old tumble dryer which didn't weigh much to the dump so I don't need to worry about disposal costs and the installation is literally just plugging it into the wall.

Heat pump tumble dryers tend to be the most expensive kind, and have some of the best energy efficiency ratings due to the fact that they recirculate hot air and remove the moisture from it rather than venting it. This is an insanely cheap price on one, which is over £300 elsewhere and even £400+ in some places!

Description:
Take good care of your garments with the Indesit IDPE 845 A1 ECO tumble dryer that's designed to protect and cosset your clothes for a finish that's as good as new. With Indesit's Thermo Air Technology, this dryer guarantees minimum power consumption with maximum protection when in use. In addition to this, the IDPE 845 A1 ECO features an automatic sensor that takes the guesswork away from you; built into the drum is a sensor that monitors moisture levels and stops the drum when your clothes are perfectly dry, ensuring your clothes stay as good as new. Select a machine with a multi-level sensor system and you will be able to choose the level of dryness required.

Perfect for drying off shoes, the integrated shoe rack positions your shoes vertically for the hot air flow to penetrate inside and dry thoroughly. The IDPE 845 A1 ECO tumble dryer also features a fast iron cycle that allows you to dry your garments reaching the ideal level of humidity to iron in a fast and easy way. Compatible with the standard Cotton cycle and Special programmes to half the ironing time and to forget the fatigue.



The new MEMO option allows you to store the favourite and most used cycle for regular use with specific garments.
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    rhodyate27 m ago

    this comes with 10 year motor and parts warranty = no probs



    Just so you know, these 5 year / 10 year Manufacturer white good warranties are always complete garbage lol. They are totally worthless and just put there for marketing purposes to trick people into buying. If you look at the T&Cs you will always find the extortionate labour costs you have to pay basically cost more than buying a brand new machine lol - it's actually worse than having no warranty at all as you'll end up paying more than just buying a brand new machine.
    Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 13th Aug 2017
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    Ordered earlier. Seems a bargain!
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    Hutchie3 m ago

    Ordered earlier. Seems a bargain!


    Yeah definitely. Compared to a C rated vented tumble dryer it saves on average £44 a year, more if you use it more frequently. After 4 years this would have paid itself off in full. (assuming it lasts that long lol!)
    I was pretty certain I wanted a vented compared to a condenser, but given the cost saving I'm taking a punt on this one. Even if it breaks after a couple of years it's just over £100 of actual cost for 2 years tumble drying which isn't bad.

    I've got an extended warranty with my bank account which means I have 2 years of warranty (1 from Tesco plus 1 from the bank) so I'm happy to gamble on this one.
    £164 with staff discount . Bought a tumble dryer last year but think this is a worthy upgrade
    escortboy17 m ago

    Yeah definitely. Compared to a C rated vented tumble dryer it saves on …Yeah definitely. Compared to a C rated vented tumble dryer it saves on average £44 a year, more if you use it more frequently. After 4 years this would have paid itself off in full. (assuming it lasts that long lol!)I was pretty certain I wanted a vented compared to a condenser, but given the cost saving I'm taking a punt on this one. Even if it breaks after a couple of years it's just over £100 of actual cost for 2 years tumble drying which isn't bad.I've got an extended warranty with my bank account which means I have 2 years of warranty (1 from Tesco plus 1 from the bank) so I'm happy to gamble on this one.



    You've got a two year warranty under EU rules anyway.
    You wait ages for a heat pump dryer then two come along.
    escortboy53 m ago

    Yeah definitely. Compared to a C rated vented tumble dryer it saves on …Yeah definitely. Compared to a C rated vented tumble dryer it saves on average £44 a year, more if you use it more frequently. After 4 years this would have paid itself off in full. (assuming it lasts that long lol!)I was pretty certain I wanted a vented compared to a condenser, but given the cost saving I'm taking a punt on this one. Even if it breaks after a couple of years it's just over £100 of actual cost for 2 years tumble drying which isn't bad.I've got an extended warranty with my bank account which means I have 2 years of warranty (1 from Tesco plus 1 from the bank) so I'm happy to gamble on this one.



    A vented dryer also sucks air out of your house, adding to your heating bills in winter.
    this is truly a bargain, I was looking to buy a new tumble dryer. thankyou.
    Don't buy one if you put your tumble dryer in a garage or outhouse. Heat pumps don't work in colder weather apparently.
    Gotta love impulse buys!
    Ordered, thanks. Hope it's good
    Ordered and hopefully pay for itself in a couple years :-)
    Ordered. Great deal. Heat added
    Thanks OP, this site costs me a fortune, but this time, hopefully a spend to save.
    I am more interested in the code, what does it work on?
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    AnnaMak1 m ago

    I am more interested in the code, what does it work on?


    20% off any large white goods. Give it a try and see if it works. The list of items that it takes you to is very limited so best to find something yourself.
    Will I be disappointed buying the cheapest heat pump technology dryer on the planet???.

    Spose it's better than being disappointed with the most expensive one?.
    Thanks OP order one! :-) Misses has no excuses now!
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    mxer45025 m ago

    Will I be disappointed buying the cheapest heat pump technology dryer on …Will I be disappointed buying the cheapest heat pump technology dryer on the planet???.Spose it's better than being disappointed with the most expensive one?.


    It's only the cheapest on the planet because of the discount and promo code.
    Ordered..and thanks..
    hot
    Excellent ordered ! its bargian
    Ordered but the reviews (on the Tesco website itself) arent looking too good, hence having 2nd thoughts. May cancel the order.

    Though good price compared to others
    Thanks OP ordered. With Clubcard points that we'd forgotten about we got it for £163; not much more than a cheapy crappy one!
    andybodd39 m ago

    Before you buy do have a read of …Before you buy do have a read of this:http://www.ukwhitegoods.co.uk/help/buying-advice/tumble-dryers/3845-are-heat-pump-dryers-worth-itInteresting.


    this comes with 10 year motor and parts warranty = no probs
    ive ordered thanks op
    rhodyate27 m ago

    this comes with 10 year motor and parts warranty = no probs



    Just so you know, these 5 year / 10 year Manufacturer white good warranties are always complete garbage lol. They are totally worthless and just put there for marketing purposes to trick people into buying. If you look at the T&Cs you will always find the extortionate labour costs you have to pay basically cost more than buying a brand new machine lol - it's actually worse than having no warranty at all as you'll end up paying more than just buying a brand new machine.
    Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 13th Aug 2017
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    wh4311 h, 28 m ago

    Ordered but the reviews (on the Tesco website itself) arent looking too …Ordered but the reviews (on the Tesco website itself) arent looking too good, hence having 2nd thoughts. May cancel the order.Though good price compared to others


    If you read reviews from other places too they seem more favourable. I googled the model first before i looked on Tesco.
    I've gone for it but always with doing what you feel is right so you don't have any regrets.
    Ordered. Thanks op
    Hmmm Indesit (aka Whirlpool, Hotpoint)
    Ordered, thanks OP!
    This is a really good deal for a heat pump dryer - I paid about 300 for mine just over a year ago and that was the cheapest I could find at the time.

    For anyone who isn't familiar with them I would advise that they do take a looooong time to dry clothes - bank on 4 - 5 hours for a full load of cotton clothes so if you are doing several machines of washing we found the first were only half dry when the next machine of washing was ready to go in. Ours actually broke under warranty and I was chatting to the repair guy about it - he said most people he sees complain about the length of time to dry.
    On a plus though they are much cheaper to run - we have a smart meter and when its on it doesn't make a significant difference to the electric being used
    PTibbets3 h, 40 m ago

    Money back on electric after 3 years. HOT



    The only problem is if it doesn't last 3 years lol. Indesit make clear it only comes with a 1 Year warranty i.e. they don't expect it to last more than a year.

    Regarding the apparent 2 Year Warranty we get as part of EU law - I was already aware of this apparent fact, but I've found lots of manufacturers/retailers are still ludicrously insisting there is only a 1 Year warranty on new appliances I've purchased even when I state this fact to them. I really don't know what to think given the responses I've had from manufacturers. I've recently had problems with Samsung and Tefal regarding this where they are confidently insisting new products I just received only have a 1 Year warranty lol - they don't care what I say and I gave up arguing with them (countless phone calls / emails). I'm confused why so many manufacturers / retailers are still insisting their new products have a 1 year warranty if they apparently have 2 years minimum by law? They must know what the law states so do they know something we don't??

    Also - I just had a look at the manual online for this machine - a lot of the selectable programmes (e.g. all the ECO Modes) don't allow you to put more than 1kg in the machine??
    Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 13th Aug 2017
    I managed to get a nice Bosch condenser heat pump off ebay for 40 notes, does a good job but I have managed to shrink afew things by mistake, even on low heat mode. Some things you should only dry on the line or radiators, though that isnt always possible/practical.
    In the UK we have the 2015 sale of goods act.

    that's why you won't get anywhere quoting EU directives.
    what would a full load cycle cost to run?
    MonkeysUncle4 m ago

    In the UK we have the 2015 sale of goods act.that's why you won't get …In the UK we have the 2015 sale of goods act.that's why you won't get anywhere quoting EU directives.



    lol - Sale of Goods Act? That went ages ago...
    Master_Yoda6 m ago

    lol - Sale of Goods Act? That went ages ago...



    Oops consumer rights act then.
    I got 2015 right. Yaay
    Nice deal tempted to get one for the winter
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