BEKO 8KG Condensor Dryer DCU8230 was 299 now 199 Delivered at Currys
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BEKO 8KG Condensor Dryer DCU8230 was 299 now 199 Delivered at Currys

£199.99Currys Deals
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Found 18th Nov 2011
I've been looking for a cheap tumble dryer for our new house and this has been on my radar before at 270 - but just did a search for it and it's only 199 at currys! I was going to opt for the Beko DRCS68 for 179 so this is a total bargain! Add 1.5% quidco too.

It's got sensor drying and is B rated and a large 8 KG capacity.

Just ordered - My wife is going to be so happy...!

Blurb below :

With plenty of helpful features and a great performance, the Beko DCU8230 Condenser Tumble Dryer is a great option in any home!

High capacity drying

The Beko DCU8230 boasts a massive 8kg capacity so you can fit plenty of clothes in to dry. To save wasted energy and optimise your drying a built-in sensor dries your laundry to perfection and stops itself from over-drying your clothes.

Easy to use

B-rated for energy efficiency, the powerful and reliable DCU8230 has electronic controls for easy operation, and offers a range of useful features, such as reverse action tumbling to decrease tangles and a final cool tumble to cut down on after-wash care.

Get your laundry your way with Beko's sturdy 60 cm-wide DCU8230 Condenser Tumble Dryer, attractively designed in white.
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It's also same price at Pix Mania - but this price has only dropped today as I have looked every day for tumble dryers for the past month!!
Im looking for a cheap tumble dryer if I had a family then maybe but bit big for my wife and I, hoping to get a deal for 5kg at about 100 quid
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smqis

Im looking for a cheap tumble dryer if I had a family then maybe but bit … Im looking for a cheap tumble dryer if I had a family then maybe but bit big for my wife and I, hoping to get a deal for 5kg at about 100 quid



You can get several vented ones for around 130 that are 6 KG.

White knight do a 3KG vented one for under 100.

The best cheap condensor I found was the Beko DRCS68 but for 20 quid more you may as well get this one.

You can get cheap condensers from ebay/amazon to fit on the end of the vent from a vented model, but it means you need to empty the water out every time :

amazon.co.uk/s/?…p_b

this tumble dryer is brilliant, it has a built in senor that stop the dryer once your clothes are dry, it has a light inside when you open the door, and it lets you know when its dry by playing a little chime. Its brilliant and quick at drying too!
Thanks OP.

Just got Appliances Online to price match. Got it coming tomorrow!
Where does the water go?! Do you need a drainage pipe?
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Werdna

Where does the water go?! Do you need a drainage pipe?



There is an outlet pipe that can go to a drain, or there is a bottle that you can empty.


The container for the water is 4.8 litres I think, so quite a large capacity.
flippin heck, I need one of these so badly, fed up of rushing outside to get washing in
4.49 kWh seems high for B rated.
Looks like its from the millenium falcon, heat.
Great price, shame its not vented as thats what I need.
Looks like a good deal compared to prices elsewhere. Good reviews on Reevoo - 9.1 from 148 reviews.

HDUK costs me another £200

Remember TopCashBack (mine tracked at £2.51) or Quidco.
I have an old vented one in the garden shed that I've been thinking of replacing. Would this be ok to locate outside too? ie in the shed
You can put the condenser type tumble dryer where ever you want, the only thing to connect is the plug in the wall. Only downsides are the noise it makes whilst on and the heat generated which can cause a bit of condensation if you don't open a window.
thanks!! need one of these!!
Bought one & picked it up about an hour ago & 1.51% TCB tracked already. Have it in my Garden Shed. Heat added - thanks
Edited by: "AlistairS" 19th Nov 2011
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I've installed mine and used it already. Got the outlet pipe going into drain. Pleased with it - the drum is big enough for a single duvet and I like the sensor drying. Great buy for only 20 pounds more than I was going to spend!
Got one on Sunday... tried it out on the 35 min mode but it seemed to finish and then spend an eternity on "end/anti crease"... wasn't sure it was ever going to finish so I cancelled it.. will try one of the normal modes tonight
sp3ctre

Got one on Sunday... tried it out on the 35 min mode but it seemed to … Got one on Sunday... tried it out on the 35 min mode but it seemed to finish and then spend an eternity on "end/anti crease"... wasn't sure it was ever going to finish so I cancelled it.. will try one of the normal modes tonight



I think it stays on anti-crease until you turn the machine off, this is to stop all the clothes getting creased by just sitting in the drum with nothing happening. I could be wrong though and I'm at work so haven't got the manual to hand.
davidsr

I think it stays on anti-crease until you turn the machine off, this is … I think it stays on anti-crease until you turn the machine off, this is to stop all the clothes getting creased by just sitting in the drum with nothing happening. I could be wrong though and I'm at work so haven't got the manual to hand.



Thanks, that's what I thought, but then I see there is supposed to be a buzzer when it has finished... if it stays on anti-crease then why is there a buzzer, or is that just for certain programmes? I have the manual but it doesn't seem to say.
I got it from Pixmania. I had £20 in vouchers from them after I had complained over my last purchase and I had some paypal money for a phone I had sold over ebay. Ended up costing £160 and Quidco has tracked at £5.63.

I am very happy with the machine. I just couldn't continue as it was, going in and out to the line.
Missed out on the 199 deal but ordered from electrical123 for 206. Hope this helps anyone thats missed out.
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