Beko DTGC8000W condenser tumble dryer @ coop electrical eBay £189 less 20% (PNY2018 code) £151.20. Be quick expires 6pm.
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Beko DTGC8000W condenser tumble dryer @ coop electrical eBay £189 less 20% (PNY2018 code) £151.20. Be quick expires 6pm.

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Found 28th Dec 2017
Coop eBay £189 less 20% (PNY2018 code) £151.20. Be quick expires 6pm.


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Energy rating B - do yourself a favour and spend more. You'll save on electricity.
I bought this from here the day before yesterday.... I really must stop looking at this site before I go mad.
Spend triple the amount for an A rated dryer though.
ro53ben1 h, 3 m ago

Energy rating B - do yourself a favour and spend more. You'll save on …Energy rating B - do yourself a favour and spend more. You'll save on electricity.


Not sure how you can make this statement without knowing how much someone may use it. You could pay £350-400 for a half decent heat pump which for the average person could take 3-4 years to pay you back.....and that is assuming the machine lasts that long also.
Okay, I called these guys and she couldn't have been more helpful. Mine hadn't shipped yet, so she cancelled my order and allowed me to re-order it using ebay's 20% code. Can't fault them, recommended as a seller.

Also, A-rated is always nice, but you pay a lot more initially. It depends how often you will use them. Ours will probasbly go on once or twice a week so this should be just fine for us.
AceRimmer1510 m ago

Okay, I called these guys and she couldn't have been more helpful. Mine …Okay, I called these guys and she couldn't have been more helpful. Mine hadn't shipped yet, so she cancelled my order and allowed me to re-order it using ebay's 20% code. Can't fault them, recommended as a seller.Also, A-rated is always nice, but you pay a lot more initially. It depends how often you will use them. Ours will probasbly go on once or twice a week so this should be just fine for us.


Thanks for sharing. Just purchased.
Thanks OP. I'm surprised why it hasn't received more heat. I've ordered one too .
Edited by: "Shaz1973" 28th Dec 2017
Thanks op
Thanks OP, I just got in there on time
Was gonna say these dryers have been a workhorse in my house. (I'm disabled, have a hubby and 6 kids) so it's on a fair bit. We bought via Currys for a similar price just over a year ago after it replaced a similar one that Currys couldn't get the heating element for so they wrote it off. No issues, good at what it does. We set ours to cupboard dry to try and save a little on electric. Means by the time it's hit the cupboard it's dry. It copes well given my washer is 11kg and the dryer is 8!
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