B Rated 8kg Beko Condenser Dryer £199 (potentially £180) @ Currys
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B Rated 8kg Beko Condenser Dryer £199 (potentially £180) @ Currys

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Found 4th Oct 2014
Cheapest 8kg Beko rated condenser dryer I could find and Beko dryers seem to get good reviews!

If you buy something else for £1 or more you could use the £20 off £200 code from 02 priority moments apply which brings this to £ Product details

Description -

Large laundry loads are no problem for the Beko EcoSmart DSC85W Condenser Tumble Dryer with its impressive 8 kg capacity, the equivalent of a massive 22 hand towels.

Speedy special programmes

The DSC85W is able to deal with all of your different laundry needs with a total of 15 programmes, from a handy jeans cycle to a gentle delicate programme, this white tumble dryer has it all in hand. 

There is also a great Xpress programme that lasts a mere 35 minutes, ensuring you are never late for that important date.

All in the fine details

The DSC85W has a quiet noise reading of 65 dB, which for an 8 kg tumble dryer is very smooth.

The programmes can be easily selected with the dial control and you can even purchase a matching Beko WM85135 washing machine, for quality washing and drying all year round.

EcoSmart

Beko focused on energy efficiency when developing the EcoSmart range, collaborating with the Energy Saving Trust to confirm that you can save money when you choose an EcoSmart appliance. The latest technology gives a hugely improved performance on older models, ultimately saving you money.

If you are after a big tumble dryer that can be trusted to deliver on time every time, go for the Beko EcoSmart DSC85W Condenser Tumble Dryer.!

36 Comments

I have this tumbler. It's a good machine and hasn't let me down yet. 2 years old now

I would be so frightened of having anything Beko in my house even if they was giving it away i still wouldnt want it,

Had one of these, piece of rubbish. Avoid beko products and pay a bit more for Bosch etc

avoid beko I would fork out a bit more and get a better brand

I have beko fridge, dishwasher, washing machine - all properly low end stuff because I'm not rich, but it all works great, feels totally reasonable quality and I can't complain one little bit - my folks have had beko fridge / freezer for like 5 years and they have been great too - if I could afford the electricity bills, and had a little kid or more of a need to dry my stuff quickly I'd probably be all over this - but I need a raise first!

You start to get repair problems as soon as you go for a condenser type of dryer, & the problems you get from beko are notorious.

stick to a simple unit, check it is not a " one pop thermostat" via the manufacturer, that way you can repair it with minimal fuss.

thermostats pop, drum belts come loose = the two main problems for a drier failing.

ALWAYS clean your filter after every use, & periodically the channels (as they all connect).
Always let your drier go through the cool down process, resist the urge to stop it mid program / clockwork timer, cos that causes thermostat aspect to pop prematurely.

So pretty much the HUKD usual - those who have one report it works well, those who don't have one report it is rubbish and say buy something else.

Lakeside you obviously dont watch the news or read newspapers.Lots of Beko appliances are death traps

google.co.uk/web…F-8

Good point patti, maybe I should go for a reliable Bosch appliance, as recommended above by INDUSTRYHATER

Oh hang on a minute

itv.com/new…ns/

No get a Miele like i have.

Do they have one for £199 then?

My god buy a Beko i dont care what happens with it in your house. My Miele has not broken down in over 20 years.Pay your £199 for Beko rubbish and then have to buy again within 13 months or buy a Indesit same cheap rubbish.

Pah, you're all idiots, my washing line cost £2.99 40 years ago and has never let me down, burn the house down or killed small animals. It works during powercuts and minimal servicing required. The only downside is that it doesn't dry clothes for 6 months of the year where upon I dry them on raditators inside causing serious damp issues in the house.

I bet you Bosch, Miele or Beko can't do that!

patti

My god buy a Beko i dont care what happens with it in your house. My … My god buy a Beko i dont care what happens with it in your house. My Miele has not broken down in over 20 years.Pay your £199 for Beko rubbish and then have to buy again within 13 months or buy a Indesit same cheap rubbish.



Good grief, why so angry?

Calm down dear, it's just a dryer!!!

Truce.x

Original Poster

Hmmm obviously not as good a deal as I thought!

Anybody want to suggest any reasonable priced alternatives? (<£300)

patti

Truce.x



Truce x

vidic007007 John Lewis own brand or Bosch but make sure its made in Germany not Spain.Not unless that info has all changed now .
I have a Creda Tumbel dryer when Creda was the best make to buy but that was years ago and that still works.You can always go to the library and check on the "Which " books what is the best buys.

hi

anyone have o2 code also is it any good>?

patti

I would be so frightened of having anything Beko in my house even if they … I would be so frightened of having anything Beko in my house even if they was giving it away i still wouldnt want it,



Far too many instances of Beko appliances catching fire

249 NOW

£199 last September hotukdeals.com/dea…647
Good deal, but as already said now £249

ive had a beko washer for over 4 years now, not a single problem with it, and its used a lot!

Had this drier for over a year (maybe 2) without a hint of a problem. I realise its a budget brand and don't expect it to last 20 years, or 10 for that matter. But, for the price, its a great economical drier.

took 2 0f these back due to water tank saying full but nothing in it so got different model

Hahaha ,my God ,the comments. respect all but having beko since I was a child and never having problems,everyone had a beko fridge , tv or oven or something beko in their house 30 years ago now and everyone one is happy with beko,why all the negative comments. I have had serious issues with Samsung and Bosch, such as life. calm down dear they all use the same technology we all pay money to the make,I believe they are all pretty same now. mind that beko is an old company and produce good quality items

currys make me laugh, they put the price up 50 quid, but it's still got a 'sale' sticker on it! oO

patti

I would be so frightened of having anything Beko in my house even if they … I would be so frightened of having anything Beko in my house even if they was giving it away i still wouldnt want it,



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I have one for a year now and no problems at all and I used it all year ( I live in a flat). pretty good and doesn't uses a lot of electricity.

it is £250, their auto-scam system must have noticed site visits increasing

spannerzone

Pah, you're all idiots, my washing line cost £2.99 40 years ago and has … Pah, you're all idiots, my washing line cost £2.99 40 years ago and has never let me down, burn the house down or killed small animals. It works during powercuts and minimal servicing required. The only downside is that it doesn't dry clothes for 6 months of the year where upon I dry them on raditators inside causing serious damp issues in the house.I bet you Bosch, Miele or Beko can't do that!



haha i only ever put the central heating on when there's washing to be dried,sort of a 2 for 1 scenario,heat the house and dry the clothes all in one

Love the brand snobbery on here. Ours has worked great since we bought it. Comes with a warranty, just in case - but by all means go and spend an extra 100%+ on a 'better' brand if that's how you measure reliability.

Treat it properly and it'll last, like any good thing.

We've got a similar model from john lewis who price matched a competitors price and we got it for £209.
Its decent.

Its quiet, its not unattractive, its efficient, its got a wide opening door and its got a large drum with an internal light.

Its not as robust as the Bosch that it replaced but we're happy with the purchase.

For all those lazy people going on about Beko tumble dryers burning down the house.

... It was actually fridge freezers that were causing issues, no other appliances.

mattk

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2794822/is-killer-kitchen-ovens-linked-gassing-ten-people-fridges-tumble-dryers-blamed-house-fires-one-firm-makes-all.html



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