Beko DCY9316W 9kg Condenser Dryer £240.35 with Code @ SSE Shop
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Beko DCY9316W 9kg Condenser Dryer £240.35 with Code @ SSE Shop

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Found 19th Nov 2015
Great price for a large size drum, and B rating dryer.
By using the code , you will get 5% off, which brings the price to £240 delivered.
I know there are many anti Beko fans out there, but after researching all the Tumble dryers at a reasonable cost, size drying time, this is a very good price.
I know I will have the usual Fire story, but recently other brands have been noted as fire hazards as well, and if you google even the more costly ones, they too are not immune to flames!
As regards the efficiency, B is fine, If you want to pay much more and get an A++ tumble dryer and think you are saving, then you will take several years to break even, if ever.
Also, on an A++ dryer, instead of your clothes drying in 2 hours, you will be waiting for perhaps 3 and half hours, I understand it is better for the environment, but if you have a big family, and a busy life then time is precious.
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Original Poster
Why the negative votes guys? At least comment on why this is not a good deal, You can't get this any cheaper!
It's a Beko. No other reason other than that. Their products aren't built to last and their after sales service is appalling. Then there are their ethics. A company who avoid a recall even though they know their appliances are faulty resulting in them catching fire. They avoid the recall until they are forced to. Not only dryers catching fire but dishwashers and fridge freezers.

Not a brand I would want to invest in at any price. So voted Cold. Very cold.
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checkley73

It's a Beko. No other reason other than that. Their products aren't built … It's a Beko. No other reason other than that. Their products aren't built to last and their after sales service is appalling. Then there are their ethics. A company who avoid a recall even though they know their appliances are faulty resulting in them catching fire. They avoid the recall until they are forced to. Not only dryers catching fire but dishwashers and fridge freezers. Not a brand I would want to invest in at any price. So voted Cold. Very cold.


Appreciate your comment, albeit a negative one, I am only looking at this brand as I have had one of their washing machines for over three years with no problems, I was unaware that they are potential fire hazards
I think this is a great price. I have been looking for a Dryer for some time and while Beko gets abuse for being Beko, other companies like indesit are no better.

I bought candy dryer 4 months ago from argos, I found I wasted my time and money I have replace it with before last 7 weeks every ingilterede works very well! much better than argos suggested candy dryer!
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Many votes against this brand, In that case, what brands to avoid with condenser dryers and what are better? but reflecting a similar price.
haggisheid

Many votes against this brand, In that case, what brands to avoid with … Many votes against this brand, In that case, what brands to avoid with condenser dryers and what are better? but reflecting a similar price.



for a cheap dryer I would go Indesit personally, made in Yate in Bristol. Whilst not the latest in tech they are generally reliable and so basic you can get repaired cheaply if need be.

If you have a little more then the Bosch WTE84106GB @ £299 is a good buy.
Edited by: "checkley73" 20th Nov 2015
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checkley73

for a cheap dryer I would go Indesit personally, made in Yate in Bristol. … for a cheap dryer I would go Indesit personally, made in Yate in Bristol. Whilst not the latest in tech they are generally reliable and so basic you can get repaired cheaply if need be.If you have a little more then the Bosch WTE84106GB @ £299 is a good buy.



​interesting that this article has just appeared in the BBC news, and no mention of Beko.
Fire risks prompt tumble dryer recall - bbc.co.uk/new…765
Owners of large air-vented dryers and condensing dryers under the Hotpoint, Indesit and Creda brands, bought between April 2004 and October 2015, may need to have them fixed. Over 11 years before they realised there was a problem, and people complain about BEKO's recall policy!
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