BEKO Select DSX83410W Heat Pump Tumble Dryer - White £349 (Possible £320 after cashback) @ Currys
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BEKO Select DSX83410W Heat Pump Tumble Dryer - White £349 (Possible £320 after cashback) @ Currys

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Found 26th Feb 2016
Been looking for s A + rated dryer for a while do this was s very good deal. £379.00 on Currys website. Get £30 off with INSTANT30 and 6% off with Quidco that's another £21. Works out to just under £320 for a 8 kg A++ rated dryer. Can't go wrong.
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Also the 11 the best rated dryer for annual running cost on sust-it website which compares all tumble dryer on sale in UK.

Does it dry the clothes with fire?

What's Beko's theme tune
I'm a firestarter

Vanmeerkat

What's Beko's theme tune I'm a firestarter


I bought a Beko a few months ago after an Indesit was highly recommended, glad I didn't listen!
bbc.co.uk/new…330

I know beko gets a kicking on here but I was after a dryer and nearly brought one of these, my advice is do your research and read reviews about it and make your own mind up. I choose not to buy.

I read an article that heat pump dryers are not worth the money and also inferior, all they have going for them is the cheaper running cost which is not much cheaper. it also said they have problems operating outside of certain room temperatures.
any experts out there who can confirm ?

I have had one of these for 3 months and love it only pain is after every other load emptying the water if not connected to drain and the fluff build up but other than that it's great.

capelli

I read an article that heat pump dryers are not worth the money and also … I read an article that heat pump dryers are not worth the money and also inferior, all they have going for them is the cheaper running cost which is not much cheaper. it also said they have problems operating outside of certain room temperatures. any experts out there who can confirm ?


I did a bid of digging before I went for my Beko condenser dryer, While the Heat Pump dryer's are more efficient in terms of electricity consumption, they take about an hour or more extra to dry the clothes, some upto 3 and half hours, so if you have a big family and work full time, you might get two loads done in a day if you are lucky. would not work out for my family, also as they use a more complicated process, they will be more expensive to repair.

Plus it will take roughly 2 and a half years to recoup the extra money spent in buying the heatpump dryer over say Bekos 8kg B energy rating one. Thats calculated at 15p per kw and NOT taking into account the extra hour or so the heat pump model is running for each cycle.

I have a beko heat pump dryer (about a year - 2 years old), before I bought I read through all the reviews and found most of them to be untrue - yes it makes a different noise to what you would expect + clothes are not hot when you take them out and it does take 2-3 hours!
what I like is the clothes are not creased like you get from a hot dryer, I have solar panels so it works well with them costing me no electricity, you can put it in an internal cupboard and it needs no venting + it's been very reliable as you would expect (absolutely no fires) !
recommended in my opinion

I had a very expensive Panasonic heat pump drier which subsequently failed. It also took 2-3 hours to dry. After purchasing a high end conventional condenser model with computer sensing I found it didn't cost any more to run than the heat pump model since it dried in less than half the time.

I have AEG heat pump tumble dryer, the drying time is about 1 and 1/2 hour a full load (8kg), the laundry is not creased and nothing shrinks. Very satisfied. Some of my friends have Beko and they did recommend the maker to me, however I did get my AEG as it was then cheaper than Beko thanks to cashback.

Which Aeg model do you have
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