HOTPOINT TCM570P Condensor Tumble Dryer - £203.69 @ kitchen science
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HOTPOINT TCM570P Condensor Tumble Dryer - £203.69 @ kitchen science

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Found 22nd Aug 2009
Was looking for a new Tumble dryer and trying to get the best possible price.

I found this deal at Kitchen Science - Also dont forget another 5% cashback at Topcashback

Use voucher code KS3 to get this price - will work out at £193.50 with the cashback.

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This is £259 at tesco.com

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This is £259 at tesco.com



Same price at Johnlewis with Free 2 year guarantee,,,Also from £209 at,,,

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Less than £200 for a condensor tuble driers seems pretty good. But are there any that manage better than a C rating for energy efficiency?

got one of these takes to long to dry things much longer than our last one

inicholson;6087326

Less than £200 for a condensor tuble driers seems pretty good. But are … Less than £200 for a condensor tuble driers seems pretty good. But are there any that manage better than a C rating for energy efficiency?



I have an AEG 59800 a costly piece of kit... mine was almost 500 quid a year or so back with a 5 year warranty included, but it is rated A, uses about 1.2Kw rather than the usual 3kw, and it extracts moisture using a heat pump mechanism.
If you use it a lot, it saves a LOT... but if you are the type that only uses one once in a blue moon, then there is no point.

The current model seems to be the 59840, and is even dearer, at about £549 with the 5 year warranty thrown in (slightly cheaper elsewhere without the 5 years warranty though):
365electrical.com/T59…vnw

What they call a "considered purchase" but as I tumble dry almost everything, (disabled, and it is murder for me to hang clothes out and retrieve them, even worse in the rain!) I wouldn't buy any other sort now!

Thanks nihcaj. Our tumble dryer is on the way out and I'm lining up a replacement. As it's used almost daily an A rating would be a big bonus. Didn't know there were any 'till your posting.

nihcaj;6089233

I have an AEG 59800 a costly piece of kit... mine was almost 500 quid a … I have an AEG 59800 a costly piece of kit... mine was almost 500 quid a year or so back with a 5 year warranty included, but it is rated A, uses about 1.2Kw rather than the usual 3kw, and it extracts moisture using a heat pump mechanism.If you use it a lot, it saves a LOT... but if you are the type that only uses one once in a blue moon, then there is no point.The current model seems to be the 59840, and is even dearer, at about £549 with the 5 year warranty thrown in (slightly cheaper elsewhere without the 5 years warranty though):http://www.365electrical.com/T59840.html?gclid=CKPEmtTyt5wCFVUA4wod5l-vnwWhat they call a "considered purchase" but as I tumble dry almost everything, (disabled, and it is murder for me to hang clothes out and retrieve them, even worse in the rain!) I wouldn't buy any other sort now!



Thanks for that. I had wondered if there were any that used a heat pump/dehumidifier mechanism rather than just an electric heating element. But with the use we'd give it I doubt it would justify the purchase price - think I'll stick with our current arrangement of plonking a dehumidifier beside the clothes airer.
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