Bosch Classixx WTE84106GB Sensor Condenser Tumble Dryer, 7kg Load , £279 @ Boots Kitchen Appliances
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Bosch Classixx WTE84106GB Sensor Condenser Tumble Dryer, 7kg Load , £279 @ Boots Kitchen Appliances

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Found 24th Feb
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The time-saving Bosch WTE84106GB condenser tumble dryer has a range of drying programmes to help with all of your laundry requirements.

Programmes
This model has a sportswear option, and a super quick 40, with a fully electronic control dial which allows you to select sensor programmes and timed programmes. It also boats a large galvanised drum ensuring that all of your clothes are protected whilst drying.

Anti-crease phase
For up to 120 minutes at the end of the each programme, you’ve got the option to choose an anti-crease phase where the machine tumbles the load to eliminate excess creasing. This could save you time and energy when ironing.

AntiVibration
Greater stability and quietness is guaranteed with this machine, which means you could take advantage of lower energy costs and run your machine through the night without being disturbed.

Modern design
Featuring a LED progress indicator, to help you manage your time, and a warning for fluff filter, you’ll always be on top of your machines status.

Durability
The casing on Bosch machines is made up of 5 layers to ensure a robust, long lasting finish, while the drum is made from high quality materials.
Bosch guarantees that if an appliance is discontinued, its major components will be available for at least 10 years afterwards in the event of a part needing replacement.
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Can't use these on a timer. Bought this to use on economy 7 but needs a finger touch to start it. Totally waste of money for me.
Edited by: "mattwarby7692" 24th Feb
£20 delivery. Same price as AO and Marks Electrical
mattwarby76923 h, 46 m ago

Can't use these on a timer. Bought this to use on economy 7 but needs a …Can't use these on a timer. Bought this to use on economy 7 but needs a finger touch to start it. Totally waste of money for me.


Same for all tumble driers I’ve used with the same idea, if anyone can suggest one that will work like this then please do
guezelkuecuek4 m ago

Same for all tumble driers I’ve used with the same idea, if anyone can s …Same for all tumble driers I’ve used with the same idea, if anyone can suggest one that will work like this then please do


Can’t you plug it into one of those timer plugs?
timdotrobinson110 m ago

Can’t you plug it into one of those timer plugs?


You still have to then press the start button :(.
.MUFC.19 m ago

You still have to then press the start button :(.


sorry it might sound silly to ask, I just curios : could you press the time plugs on and press start button on also set the timer off after that and timer on later? I did that to my rice cooker and it is OK.

I understand it is totally different machine however I do want to know as I want to buy a dryer of which it would finish the loads at certain time to fit my shift working schedule.
timdotrobinson140 m ago

Can’t you plug it into one of those timer plugs?


As a electronic engineer Please don't unless you want to burn down your place. The timer has a max power rating so I doubt the dry is low wattage item lol
Maybe its intentional as you shouldn't be switching on a tumble drier when you're not around, or going out and leaving it on.
dealchaser88815 m ago

sorry it might sound silly to ask, I just curios : could you press the …sorry it might sound silly to ask, I just curios : could you press the time plugs on and press start button on also set the timer off after that and timer on later? I did that to my rice cooker and it is OK. I understand it is totally different machine however I do want to know as I want to buy a dryer of which it would finish the loads at certain time to fit my shift working schedule.


Some dryers would probably work like that but most dryers require you to press the start button once the power supply is disturbed :(. I would be intrigued to know if there are other models that would allow you to delay start or use a timer plug as suggested.
.MUFC.4 m ago

Some dryers would probably work like that but most dryers require you to …Some dryers would probably work like that but most dryers require you to press the start button once the power supply is disturbed :(. I would be intrigued to know if there are other models that would allow you to delay start or use a timer plug as suggested.


Thanks a lot, just hope to find a way ( make life more easier). Always great to hear first hand user opinion before shopping.
No reverse action, so 50/50 whether it will successfully dry your bedsheets or if it will roll them up into a ball that's dry on the outside, wet inside. So glad I spent £300 on one of these.

Not.
My Beko condenser dryer has a time delay on it. Never used it as I don’t need it.
bmslade1 h, 4 m ago

My Beko condenser dryer has a time delay on it. Never used it as I don’t n …My Beko condenser dryer has a time delay on it. Never used it as I don’t need it.


Hi, thanks a lot, I would check it up.
Mark438 h, 43 m ago

Maybe its intentional as you shouldn't be switching on a tumble drier when …Maybe its intentional as you shouldn't be switching on a tumble drier when you're not around, or going out and leaving it on.


Yes, it's daft to think a manufacturer should be expected to make a tumble dryer that is safe to use, without needing to be sat on a chair in front of it, on guard with a fire extinguisher.
bmslade11 h, 4 m ago

My Beko condenser dryer has a time delay on it. Never used it as I don’t n …My Beko condenser dryer has a time delay on it. Never used it as I don’t need it.


Beko did recall dryers after someone died in a fire...
themorgatron2 h, 48 m ago

Yes, it's daft to think a manufacturer should be expected to make a tumble …Yes, it's daft to think a manufacturer should be expected to make a tumble dryer that is safe to use, without needing to be sat on a chair in front of it, on guard with a fire extinguisher.


I wouldn't leave any tumble dryer on at night when I was asleep or out of the house.
themorgatron3 h, 57 m ago

Yes, it's daft to think a manufacturer should be expected to make a tumble …Yes, it's daft to think a manufacturer should be expected to make a tumble dryer that is safe to use, without needing to be sat on a chair in front of it, on guard with a fire extinguisher.


Well yes, clearly they should be safe. But whether they should or not there have been issues with various manufacturers having to recall models due to this, but hopefully they are safer as a result. My local fire brigade recommends not leaving them unattended when in use and not using them overnight when in bed, but up to you if you want to follow such advice.

Having said all of that, I've now noticed my drier has a delay option, so maybe that throws my theory out of the window as to why you have to press a button to start it anyway.
Edited by: "Mark43" 25th Feb
We have a new one of these. It whips through drying in no time
Have this one.... it's great. No reverse action is not an issue. Dries bedding no probs. Hardly need to iron anything that comes out it either.
Mark435 h, 51 m ago

Well yes, clearly they should be safe. But whether they should or not …Well yes, clearly they should be safe. But whether they should or not there have been issues with various manufacturers having to recall models due to this, but hopefully they are safer as a result. My local fire brigade recommends not leaving them unattended when in use and not using them overnight when in bed, but up to you if you want to follow such advice.Having said all of that, I've now noticed my drier has a delay option, so maybe that throws my theory out of the window as to why you have to press a button to start it anyway.


Mine was more a dig at people still buying from manufacturers that have been responsible for killing people, and a system that allows them to issue a "recall" without any real urgency. The reality is, even being at home, the first warning could well be a smoke alarm going off.

It's all moot for me, I'm too tight to use a tumble dryer.
themorgatron5 h, 27 m ago

Mine was more a dig at people still buying from manufacturers that have …Mine was more a dig at people still buying from manufacturers that have been responsible for killing people, and a system that allows them to issue a "recall" without any real urgency. The reality is, even being at home, the first warning could well be a smoke alarm going off.It's all moot for me, I'm too tight to use a tumble dryer.


Yeah, I was amazed at how long it took them to actually carry out the recalls, or make them safe. No urgency as you say.
mattwarby769224th Feb

Can't use these on a timer. Bought this to use on economy 7 but needs a …Can't use these on a timer. Bought this to use on economy 7 but needs a finger touch to start it. Totally waste of money for me.


Set alarm and turn on with ur finger?
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