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GRUNDIG Heat Pump Tumble Dryer A++, 9KG, 5 years warranty for £409.99 @ Currys
GRUNDIG Heat Pump Tumble Dryer A++, 9KG, 5 years warranty for £409.99 @ Currys

GRUNDIG Heat Pump Tumble Dryer A++, 9KG, 5 years warranty for £409.99 @ Currys

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Voted hot.
Can someone recommend washer dryer with heat pump technology?

Heat because I have a Grundig TV that is still going strong after over 20 years.

who actually make Grundig tumble dryers then?

Not sure why this is a deal, owned by Below, just using the name as a Trojan horse

qwerta369

Heat because I have a Grundig TV that is still going strong after over 20 … Heat because I have a Grundig TV that is still going strong after over 20 years.


You're lucky! My parents bought a Grundig TV in the early 80s and it needed 3 replacements before they got a reliable one

tomlewis007

who actually make Grundig tumble dryers then?



​Grundig (German pronunciation: [ˈɡʁʊndɪç], English /ˈɡrʌndɪɡ/ or /ˈɡrʊndɪɡ/) is a German manufacturer of high-end consumer electronics, domestic appliances and personal care products. Established in 1945 by Max Grundig in Nuremberg. Since 2007, the Grundig brand has become part of Turkey's Arçelik A.S., the third largest company in white goods industry in Europe and belongs to the listed Koç Holding, a global conglomerate with more than 80,000 employees. [1]

so its beko same factory.

qwerta369

Heat because I have a Grundig TV that is still going strong after over 20 … Heat because I have a Grundig TV that is still going strong after over 20 years.


That TV of yours must be costing you £££ in electric and I bet the picture is terrible.

Like everything else Currys seem to sell, its most likely a bespoke model, far inferior to others with a similar name. They seem to do this for two reasons - to avoid price matching and to trick customers into buying the wrong model assuming they are cheaper that the competition. Don't fall for it, they are terrible. Also, don't expect Quidco, in the likely event that it even tracks correctly (rather than much lower), they will most likely still refuse for no reason.
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