Beko DRVT71W 7Kg Vented Dryer with Reverse Action £135.20 delivered @ co-op ebay outlet
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Beko DRVT71W 7Kg Vented Dryer with Reverse Action £135.20 delivered @ co-op ebay outlet

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Found 30th May
Decent sized drum, more than 10+ in stock at time of posting - make sure you use code PROMO20 at checkout/payment page and pay via Paypal

The Beko DRVT71W Vented Tumble Dryer in White is great for any household. It can take a load of upto 7kg making it especially perfect for those with more than one person in the home and gives you easy access to your laundry through its large porthole door.

This model has a reverse action, which has been designed to reverse the rotation of the drum during its cycle. This keeps the clothes apart and prevents knots and creases forming during the cycle.

Additional features of the DRVT71W include filter indication lights which tell you when the filter needs cleaning, drying and end of cycle progress indicator lights, and an automatic cool down phase at the end of each cycle.

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We should ban these wasteful appliances.
These type of dryers use a lot of electricity. You’d probably save the difference between this and a A+ rated condensing heat pump dryer in a couple of months. Just got rid of one of these after a £300 electricity bill.
Ted.Wales5 m ago

These type of dryers use a lot of electricity. You’d probably save the d …These type of dryers use a lot of electricity. You’d probably save the difference between this and a A+ rated condensing heat pump dryer in a couple of months. Just got rid of one of these after a £300 electricity bill.


I use my older beko one 3 times a week and never run up that sort of bill.

Heat pump and condensing ones are not that good in a garage either.
Reverse action - makes it wetter? :s
hope that this deal does not get so hot that the dryer catches fire
Every tumble dryer should come with a dry powder fire extinguisher when purchased.
Ted.Wales30th May

These type of dryers use a lot of electricity. You’d probably save the d …These type of dryers use a lot of electricity. You’d probably save the difference between this and a A+ rated condensing heat pump dryer in a couple of months. Just got rid of one of these after a £300 electricity bill.


Average use suggests a saving of £40 a year if you go for a heat pump dryer rather than this. Say £4 a month. Find me a heat pump dryer for £8 more than this please.
Peter_W7 h, 48 m ago

Average use suggests a saving of £40 a year if you go for a heat pump …Average use suggests a saving of £40 a year if you go for a heat pump dryer rather than this. Say £4 a month. Find me a heat pump dryer for £8 more than this please.


I don’t think I can find one for £8 more, more like £180.
We use a tumble dryer around 12 hours a week x 3kw = 36kwh at 20p a unit. That’s around £7.20 a week, probably 40 weeks a year (realistically it’s probably more because of the weather, but let’s err on the side of caution with the calculation). So £280 a year.
Air pump dryers are typically half the energy, but they’d need longer to work. So £140 saved, minus extra time. Call it £100 a year saved. So, for me, in less than two years it would pay for itself and be better environmentally.
I’d check the figures and amend it to suit you, but it works for me and the family.
Edited by: "Ted.Wales" 1st Jun
Simon_Warner30th May

I use my older beko one 3 times a week and never run up that sort of …I use my older beko one 3 times a week and never run up that sort of bill.Heat pump and condensing ones are not that good in a garage either.


Thanks for the advice re putting an air pump dryer in a garage. I did some reading and found they take longer too.
We use a tumble dryer around 12 hours a week x 3kw = 36kwh at 20p a unit. That’s around £7.20 a week, probably 40 weeks a year (realistically it’s probably more because of the weather, but let’s err on the side of caution with the calculation). So £280 a year.
Air pump dryers are typically half the energy, but they’d need longer to work. So £140 saved, minus extra time. Call it £100 a year saved. So, for me, in less than two years it would pay for itself and be better environmentally.
My big bill was because we moved a year ago and were running on estimated bills, although we still used a lot. I reckon with the old halogen bulbs around the house I’ve replaced and the dryer it was probably over £300.
Ultimately, this isn't about cost - it's about the environment. These things are nothing but wasteful.

Lots of myths surrounds heat pump stuff but, after the initial outlay, they cost utter peanuts to run. It's cheaper, and better environmentally, to dry clothes in a heat pump dryer than to put them by a radiator in a spare room.

If we banned this rubbish, more people would have to buy the better tech and prices would fall.

Regarding heat-pump dryers "take longer" - they only need to be quicker than the washer, which they always are. The dryer should always be ready when the next wash load has finished.
ro53ben2 h, 56 m ago

Ultimately, this isn't about cost - it's about the environment. These …Ultimately, this isn't about cost - it's about the environment. These things are nothing but wasteful.Lots of myths surrounds heat pump stuff but, after the initial outlay, they cost utter peanuts to run. It's cheaper, and better environmentally, to dry clothes in a heat pump dryer than to put them by a radiator in a spare room.If we banned this rubbish, more people would have to buy the better tech and prices would fall.Regarding heat-pump dryers "take longer" - they only need to be quicker than the washer, which they always are. The dryer should always be ready when the next wash load has finished.


I get all that and do need a new one to replace my old beko as the sensor part is iffy intermittently.

Just read heat pump dryers don't like to be in a cold and damp garage which is where I keep mine.
Simon_Warner33 m ago

I get all that and do need a new one to replace my old beko as the sensor …I get all that and do need a new one to replace my old beko as the sensor part is iffy intermittently.Just read heat pump dryers don't like to be in a cold and damp garage which is where I keep mine.


The root cause of that problem isn't heat pump dryers - it's trying to use an electrical appliance in a cold, damp garage. It's beyond me why so many people feel a need to do this.

Garages don't need to be damp, get the roof fixed. They don't need to be cold either, they won't be with a half decent door and/or a proper window.

People used to put tumble dryers in outbuildings as they didn't have any way to vent the steam. With a condensing dryer, this is no longer a concern - the water collects in a vessel of goes directly down a drain.

Until we ban this inefficient rubbish, people will continue to use them as a workaround to other problems. Legislation needs to drive them in the right direction.
ro53ben1 h, 53 m ago

The root cause of that problem isn't heat pump dryers - it's trying to use …The root cause of that problem isn't heat pump dryers - it's trying to use an electrical appliance in a cold, damp garage. It's beyond me why so many people feel a need to do this. Garages don't need to be damp, get the roof fixed. They don't need to be cold either, they won't be with a half decent door and/or a proper window.People used to put tumble dryers in outbuildings as they didn't have any way to vent the steam. With a condensing dryer, this is no longer a concern - the water collects in a vessel of goes directly down a drain.Until we ban this inefficient rubbish, people will continue to use them as a workaround to other problems. Legislation needs to drive them in the right direction.



Lol. Why would you assume that my garage needs repairing? I have a new foam insulated roof 6yrs ago, no window and the door is only 5 years old. But at end of day it's a concrete garage without heating so it's gonna be cold in winter.

The heat pump ones will not be as efficient in a cold garage in winter and I do not want it in the house as all the other appliances are built in.

I think worrying about banning appliances like these is pointless when countries like USA and China spew out what they do and ain't ever gonna change so the world is doomed anyhow lol.
Accept your garage will be cold, but it shouldn't be damp. The water has to come from somewhere.

Heat pump can indeed be less efficient in a cold garage, not will always likely be more efficient that this C rated dryer which basically is a big hair dryer on the end of a pipe. It's quite simple to build in washer/dryer units and more people would do so if these appliances were discontinued.

When it comes to the environment, it's very easy but irresponsible to blame the next guy. That's why we need legislative pressure.
ro53ben24 m ago

Accept your garage will be cold, but it shouldn't be damp. The water has …Accept your garage will be cold, but it shouldn't be damp. The water has to come from somewhere.Heat pump can indeed be less efficient in a cold garage, not will always likely be more efficient that this C rated dryer which basically is a big hair dryer on the end of a pipe. It's quite simple to build in washer/dryer units and more people would do so if these appliances were discontinued.When it comes to the environment, it's very easy but irresponsible to blame the next guy. That's why we need legislative pressure.


Well damp as in how a very cold out building feels damp. No moisture anywhere.

But heat pump will not be very efficient in a cold building full stop.

To be honest I don't really care about the environment as far as what I do and use. The real pollution comes from industry and jet engines, so the people who fly regular on holiday are doing more harm than my tumble dryer as I don't go abroad and don't fly more than one every 10 yrs. I also only do 2k a yr in my car and all my lighting is led inside/out.
Oh and I don't want it built in or have space for it without messing. Happy with it in garage.
Simon_Warner1st Jun

Well damp as in how a very cold out building feels damp. No moisture …Well damp as in how a very cold out building feels damp. No moisture anywhere.But heat pump will not be very efficient in a cold building full stop.To be honest I don't really care about the environment as far as what I do and use. The real pollution comes from industry and jet engines, so the people who fly regular on holiday are doing more harm than my tumble dryer as I don't go abroad and don't fly more than one every 10 yrs. I also only do 2k a yr in my car and all my lighting is led inside/out.


You lost me when you said you don't care. Says it all really.
ro53ben3 h, 53 m ago

You lost me when you said you don't care. Says it all really.


But yet your back lol.

Agree I don't care about the environment as I do my bit and can't do any more. But crusaders like yourself do my head in. I bet you fly on holiday 4 times a year and do much more damage than I do and probably drive a big diesel.

I think I will buy 4 of these to last me 30 yrs just to annoy you.
Edited by: "Simon_Warner" 3rd Jun
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