Candy GVCD91WB 9kg Sensor Condenser Tumble Dryer now £179 @ Co-op ebay
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Candy GVCD91WB 9kg Sensor Condenser Tumble Dryer now £179 @ Co-op ebay

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Found 19th Oct
Spotted this had dropped price on Co-op direct, then found Co-op eBay had dropped the price also and their ebay store is free del Decent 9KG drum also so suit most families

The Candy GVCD591WB condenser tumble dryer is perfect for a large family. With an 9kg capacity and featuring a highly efficient reverse action drum, this model offers the very best in performance!

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With an extra-large porthole it is easy to load and there is also a 40 minute rapid program which is ideal for jeans and towels. The filter care indicator also lets you know when to clean the fluff filter!

Featuring 4 levels of sensor dry technology, enables you to choose how dry you want your clothes from Iron Dry, Cupboard Dry, Extra Dry or even Bone Dry!

Additional features include timer delay start, heat settings and a large door for easy opening.

Colour White
Depth (mm) 610
Energy Efficiency B
Guarantee 1 Year Labour + 10 Years Parts
Height (mm) 850
Noise Level (db)69
Number of Drying Temps 2
Reverse Action Yes
Sensor Drying Yes
Timer Yes
Drying Capacity 9.0 kg/ 19.80 lbs
Tumble Drying Type Condenser
Weight (kg)34Width (mm)595


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Top comments

Shocking buy.

Cost of ownership is prohibitive, over 72p per drying cycle. Total cost of ownership over £1,100

The 'cheap' up-front cost is soon dwarfed by the cost of electricity to power it, unless you use it once a month or less.

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sounds great, thanks!

I've never owned a tumble dryer, how does the condenser thing work? I know this means you don't need a pipe going outside, but does the water go in a tray that you need to empty instead? how often does it need emptying etc?

josh97118 m ago

sounds great, thanks!I've never owned a tumble dryer, how does the …sounds great, thanks!I've never owned a tumble dryer, how does the condenser thing work? I know this means you don't need a pipe going outside, but does the water go in a tray that you need to empty instead? how often does it need emptying etc?


You empty the water which collects in a tank (after each run)

Some will have an option to connect to drain (my beko does)

No need for hole

Must clean the condenser after couple uses (my says 30 runs)

Otherwise just forget airers everywhere and earn more money for the extra power used.

Is this the same one that was £159.99 at argos the other day?

josh97132 m ago

sounds great, thanks!I've never owned a tumble dryer, how does the …sounds great, thanks!I've never owned a tumble dryer, how does the condenser thing work? I know this means you don't need a pipe going outside, but does the water go in a tray that you need to empty instead? how often does it need emptying etc?


Added advantage is hot air from dryer does not need to be vented out side and wasted so warms house as much as small fan heater. Only problem is heat exchanger regularly gets bunged up with fluff easy to do though just pulls out
Edited by: "0scar222" 19th Oct

Got this model as for replacement from co-op last month.
Just notice the collect tank located too low on the bottom not easy to reach compare to other model.

Get's a Don't Buy Rating (30%) on Which? Save your money, Black friday around the corner. Much better machines out there.

Shocking buy.

Cost of ownership is prohibitive, over 72p per drying cycle. Total cost of ownership over £1,100

The 'cheap' up-front cost is soon dwarfed by the cost of electricity to power it, unless you use it once a month or less.

sust-it.net/ene…=21

Out of stock

Back upto £249.99

Does anyone know if this model has an option to connect a drain hose?
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