AEG T61275AC ProTex Condenser Tumble Dryer, 7 kg Load. £300 if trade in old appliance £349 @ John Lewis
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AEG T61275AC ProTex Condenser Tumble Dryer, 7 kg Load. £300 if trade in old appliance £349 @ John Lewis

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Found 22nd Feb 2015
Save £50 when you trade in your old appliance. Select the ‘Free disposal’ option and enter AEGTRADE50 at the end of checkout. Plenty in stock, if not here can also find the same deal in Currys.

Energy rating: B
Sensor drying
Two-year warranty

5 Comments

You'll wait a long time for cottons - and when the drum is full the clothes can be over-dried and small loads can be left wet - Which? Review

You might like to bear in mind that Which did a reliability survey on tumble driers - and AEG came 11th out of 13. Actually below Hotpoint!

Great brand, AEG - once upon a time. Not since taken over by Electrolux, though. A poor brand sold at high prices because people buy it on its past reputation.

My AEG-Electralux dryer has just died, according to the AEG engineer the parts are among the most expensive of all brands and not worth paying for, in his words "It much cheeper to buy a budget dryer and just bin it if it breaks outside the warranty"
I won't be going anywhere near AEG again.

AEG-Electrolux also make most of the John Lewis own-brand white goods. They're also pretty rubbish, and it does John Lewis no good at all to be associated with them.

pavsingh

You'll wait a long time for cottons - and when the drum is full the … You'll wait a long time for cottons - and when the drum is full the clothes can be over-dried and small loads can be left wet - Which? Review


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