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INDESIT 31VU TUMBLE DRYER £85 ASDA INSTORE
INDESIT 31VU TUMBLE DRYER £85 ASDA INSTORE

INDESIT 31VU TUMBLE DRYER £85 ASDA INSTORE

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Just bought an Indesit 31VU Tumble Dryer for a great price £85 at ASDA.
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Seen them too. Great deal

hi
are they white or silver?
pete

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white

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That's a great price

but are they any good ?.. are there any reviews... family went and just got a BOSCH with 2 yr warranty included. for £350!!! top end version

THIS particular INDESIT one has only 3kg limit its a compact version!!
has a rating of F not great!!
AND its vented you need a howl in the wall to push out your pipe!!
Condensers do not need the pipe hanging out !! they simply fill up a tank of water which needs emptying and need their filter cleaned.

GET a Zanussi very good or the bosh or Miele if u can afford one!!


we like things to work for years not die in 1-2 these things last for over 7 yrs + BOSCH german well made!!

what is this indesit like?

A good price, but it's Indesit. I wouldn't touch them with yours.

Main specs is here, May help some one :thumbsup:

Manufacturer: Indesit

Construction: Freestanding

Control of Drying: Electronic with censor

Display of Remaining Time: No
[COLOR="Red"]
Energy Efficiency: F[/COLOR] Not good for energy saving

Energy Savings Trust Feature: No

Heating System: Electric (incl. Heat Pump)

Height in cm: 67 cm

Maximum Loading Capacity in kg: 3

Start Delay Option: No

Type: Vented

Type of Loading: Front

Width in cm: 49

delivery man's just dropped my zanussi off. better make than indesit, 6kilo drying capacity and rated C on energy. £110.

i thought about getting one of the cheapo one's from asda but i couldn't believe it could handle kingsize bedding.

Will break down 3 minutes after the guarantee runs out: Yes.

Wots the start delay option for ???

Could anyone explain !!!

p.s voted hot

salehunt;1409016

Main specs is here, May help some one :thumbsup:[COLOR="Red"]Energy … Main specs is here, May help some one :thumbsup:[COLOR="Red"]Energy Efficiency: F[/COLOR] Not good for energy saving



Here are the specifications from a PDF document found on the Indesit web site:
indesit.co.uk/ind…pdf

IS 31 VU
Dimensions: H67 W49 D48 cm
Colour options: White
• Vented dryer
• Max drying capacity: 3 kg
• Number of heat settings: 2
• Front venting
• Single tumble direction
• Vent hose included
• Removable filter
• 120 mins timed drying
• Energy efficiency class: D
• Energy consumption: 1.89 kWh

The energy effieciency of full-sized driers is usually class C.
Perhaps these smaller driers are rated D because you would have to run it twice, using more energy than a full sized drier to dry a full 6 Kg load

The Exquisite;1409019

delivery man's just dropped my zanussi off. better make than indesit, … delivery man's just dropped my zanussi off. better make than indesit, 6kilo drying capacity and rated C on energy. £110. i thought about getting one of the cheapo one's from asda but i couldn't believe it could handle kingsize bedding.



Which Zanussi did you get, and where from? Sounds like a good deal.

yeh a zanussi dryer at £110 damn,, i know the £200 version is supposed to be decent.

I've always found that Comet auctions are best for kitchen appliances. The items may not come in a box, but who wants a box anyway?? They are all still guaranteed, so definitely worth the saving.

clearance-comet.co.uk/cgi…s=N

If you're patient you'll pick up a Bosch or Miele for 1/3 the RRP.

The Declaration;1409159

Wots the start delay option for ???Could anyone explain !!!p.s voted hot



It's so you can load it and set it now, but get it to start in say 1hr, 2hrs, 5hrs etc...

Usually the delayed start is to help people with "Economy 7" style electric charging, so that you can fill the drier at say 6pm, but get it to start at 9pm

mcampster;1410018

I've always found that Comet auctions are best for kitchen appliances. … I've always found that Comet auctions are best for kitchen appliances. The items may not come in a box, but who wants a box anyway?? They are all still guaranteed, so definitely worth the saving.http://www.clearance-comet.co.uk/cgi-bin/ncommerce3/CategoryDisplay?cgrfnbr=33652&cgmenbr=37087214&noMoreSubs=N If you're patient you'll pick up a Bosch or Miele for 1/3 the RRP.


I would love a Miele, so will def keep an eye out on here. thanks

coach_mcguirk;1409983

Which Zanussi did you get, and where from? Sounds like a good deal.



here's a ]pricerunner link - sort by price and scroll down to the £110 zanussi. Technically i told you wrong with the £110; i actually paid £128 plus a pound for delivery. Reason why i said £110 is i remember pricerunner coming up with that figure.

mcampster;1410018

I've always found that Comet auctions are best for kitchen appliances. … I've always found that Comet auctions are best for kitchen appliances. The items may not come in a box, but who wants a box anyway?? They are all still guaranteed, so definitely worth the saving.http://www.clearance-comet.co.uk/cgi-bin/ncommerce3/CategoryDisplay?cgrfnbr=33652&cgmenbr=37087214&noMoreSubs=N If you're patient you'll pick up a Bosch or Miele for 1/3 the RRP.



yeah, there are bargains to be had on kitchen appliances, they're delivering my washer this sunday infact (£70). BUT not for tumble dryers from what i've seen. don't use their 'store price' that appears on the auctions details, check it out for yourself on pricerunner and you'll find the savings are very small considering they are damaged goods.

The Declaration;1409159

Wots the start delay option for ???Could anyone explain !!!p.s voted hot



i suppose this might be good if you are loading it up before going to bed and your bedrooms in the vacinity - ie, it won't keep awake light sleepers. delay it a few hours and you'll be sock-on? i dunno but the electricity saving shout is a good call.

Point of interest.

Google GAS tumble driers.
Never heard of 'em till recently but apparantly well worth the extra.
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