Beko condenser dryer £169.99 @ Co-operative Electrical
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Beko condenser dryer £169.99 @ Co-operative Electrical

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Found 11th May 2014
beko 7kg condenser dryer. use code on checkout WCP33 to get the £10 off. such a good deal because delivery is free on a day you choose and also they give you a 60 min time slot the day before delivery.

Also product is great. Think this is a great buy as after a lot of searching I couldn't find a condenser dryer under £200 with delivery

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Original Poster

forgot to say company: coop electrical

I've got this and paid £199 with delivery at Christmas it's a good tumble dryer if you're looking for a condenser dryer. I've voted hot as it's £30.00 cheaper than I paid and I like mine so can recommend not sure if co-operative electrical is any good though

This one doesn't have an automatic sensor built in - manual control only. Not quite the bargain you might think it is. it is only C rated, whereas the Sensor one here is B rated - very important as these things eat electricity and you'll be paying far more per year for this one as it's up to you to check whether it's dried the clothes.... For £30 more, you get the sensor, AND an extra 1Kg load capacity
This is the one I also paid £199 for 2 years ago, so £169 for one without sensor and only 7Kg and less efficient is not a good deal IMHO

http://www.coopelectricalshop.co.uk/Beko-DCU8230W-8kg-Sensor-Condenser-Dryer-In-White/id-BEK-TDR-DCU8230-W

£199 with the discount code... I know which one I would pick again - not the one posted.

charlesb224

This one doesn't have an automatic sensor built in - manual control only. … This one doesn't have an automatic sensor built in - manual control only. Not quite the bargain you might think it is. it is only C rated, whereas the Sensor one here is B rated - very important as these things eat electricity and you'll be paying far more per year for this one as it's up to you to check whether it's dried the clothes.... For £30 more, you get the sensor, AND an extra 1Kg load capacityThis is the one I also paid £199 for 2 years ago, so £169 for one without sensor and only 7Kg and less efficient is not a good deal IMHOhttp://www.coopelectricalshop.co.uk/Beko-DCU8230W-8kg-Sensor-Condenser-Dryer-In-White/id-BEK-TDR-DCU8230-W£199 with the discount code... I know which one I would pick again - not the one posted.




+1

N.B also a bigger drum , 1kg more drying worth the extra money
Edited by: "grumpiness" 12th May 2014

well done homes!

Thanks charlesb224 -have ordered the one that you suggested (and thanks to OP too for discount code)

charlesb224

This one doesn't have an automatic sensor built in - manual control only. … This one doesn't have an automatic sensor built in - manual control only. Not quite the bargain you might think it is. it is only C rated, whereas the Sensor one here is B rated - very important as these things eat electricity and you'll be paying far more per year for this one as it's up to you to check whether it's dried the clothes.... For £30 more, you get the sensor, AND an extra 1Kg load capacityThis is the one I also paid £199 for 2 years ago, so £169 for one without sensor and only 7Kg and less efficient is not a good deal IMHOhttp://www.coopelectricalshop.co.uk/Beko-DCU8230W-8kg-Sensor-Condenser-Dryer-In-White/id-BEK-TDR-DCU8230-W£199 with the discount code... I know which one I would pick again - not the one posted.


I have that one, it's a really nice dryer, fairly quiet compared to most others I've heard too. It's my first sensor dryer too, very impressed with it.

Anyone got the Which? report on the one with the sensor?
Cheers

charlesb224

This one doesn't have an automatic sensor built in - manual control only. … This one doesn't have an automatic sensor built in - manual control only. Not quite the bargain you might think it is. it is only C rated, whereas the Sensor one here is B rated - very important as these things eat electricity and you'll be paying far more per year for this one as it's up to you to check whether it's dried the clothes.... For £30 more, you get the sensor, AND an extra 1Kg load capacityThis is the one I also paid £199 for 2 years ago, so £169 for one without sensor and only 7Kg and less efficient is not a good deal IMHOhttp://www.coopelectricalshop.co.uk/Beko-DCU8230W-8kg-Sensor-Condenser-Dryer-In-White/id-BEK-TDR-DCU8230-W£199 with the discount code... I know which one I would pick again - not the one posted.



+1

I have the one above with the sensor, makes a difference to the electricity bill and very good.

Sorry if this sounds stupid (I've never had a condensing one). Do they take ALL the moisture out of the We have a small utility room and have had problems with damp from the last dryer untill I put a vent hole in a window and did it all properly. I'd rather have one of these and save the heat at least.

msharif911

Sorry if this sounds stupid (I've never had a condensing one). Do they … Sorry if this sounds stupid (I've never had a condensing one). Do they take ALL the moisture out of the We have a small utility room and have had problems with damp from the last dryer untill I put a vent hole in a window and did it all properly. I'd rather have one of these and save the heat at least.


Condenser dryers typically recirculate, with a separate stream of air blown through the other side of the condenser to cool (and condense). So unless there's a leak, the moisture never leaves the unit.

will only use condenser dryer now. do nit like the sensor type it tends to switch off and some if the clothes are still wet
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