Indesit IDC85 8Kg Condenser Tumble Dryer in White £179 with code @ coopelectricalshop
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Indesit IDC85 8Kg Condenser Tumble Dryer in White £179 with code @ coopelectricalshop

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Found 16th Nov 2014
After trying to buy a new tumble dryer and finding that most have a long delivery time.. up to 20 weeks in Currys case!

I discovered this item which when code CPW10 is added at checkout it reduces price buy £10 too £179.

Ok not biggest reduction in world..
However they do deliver it next day for Free and give you a 60min delivery time slot which in my instance is perfect.

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whats the difference between this one and the IDC75 they sell in Argos for £179 already? I need to get one asap

ao.com do next day delivery, not sure what deals are around at the minute though.

Original Poster

ao.com is £199

we just got a candy one from argos a week ago cant fault it so far Candy GCC590NB White Condenser Dryer £199 link
[img]argos.scene7.com/is/…01A?$TMB$&wid=312&hei=312[/img]

This is 8kg load and the argos one is 7kg load capacity.

montana78

whats the difference between this one and the IDC75 they sell in Argos … whats the difference between this one and the IDC75 they sell in Argos for £179 already? I need to get one asap


One holds 7Kg this one holds 8Kg

Can the experts here tell me if using a condenser dryer it can simply fit into any space near an electrical socket? I.e doesn't need a hole in the wall to vent steam?
Thanks

R_C

Can the experts here tell me if using a condenser dryer it can simply fit … Can the experts here tell me if using a condenser dryer it can simply fit into any space near an electrical socket? I.e doesn't need a hole in the wall to vent steam?Thanks


YES ITS FINE

R_C

Can the experts here tell me if using a condenser dryer it can simply fit … Can the experts here tell me if using a condenser dryer it can simply fit into any space near an electrical socket? I.e doesn't need a hole in the wall to vent steam?Thanks



yes you can put it in the house they have a condensing unit and a water tank you empty out. not ideal for unheated garages or sheds as the ideal working temp is above +2 deg Celsius bear this in mind.

brianzion

we just got a candy one from argos a week ago cant fault it so far Candy … we just got a candy one from argos a week ago cant fault it so far Candy GCC590NB White Condenser Dryer £199 link[img]http://argos.scene7.com/is/image/Argos/1383771_R_Z001A?$TMB$&wid=312&hei=312[/img]



Whitebox do the same one for £3 cheaper and free delivery too.

thanks ! I've bought this, site working ok now, been looking for a good condenser dryer and this will dry bedding without to many creases due to its size ? Delivery 18/11 free with 1 hour slot advised pm before by txt ! Braw buy ! Heat added !

But too percent

brianzion

yes you can put it in the house they have a condensing unit and a water … yes you can put it in the house they have a condensing unit and a water tank you empty out. not ideal for unheated garages or sheds as the ideal working temp is above +2 deg Celsius bear this in mind.



I use mine in unheated garage. Works fine but will a part become faulty?

in my candy instructions it explains about low temps and the performance of the machine and it wont work in freezing conditions due to the condenser pipes freezing etc.

R_C

Can the experts here tell me if using a condenser dryer it can simply fit … Can the experts here tell me if using a condenser dryer it can simply fit into any space near an electrical socket? I.e doesn't need a hole in the wall to vent steam?Thanks



not an expert but

they usually have a small flexible pipe which you can drop/plumb in to a drain.
condensers condense all the moisture and collect it for u to remove or drain it off.

I think they use more electric than standard vented dryers

I bought this same model off ao.com website last year and have no complaints at all. I was worried about increased electric costs but didn't notice too much difference.
It has a pull out drawer with a water collection tank attached. You empty this after use. This is where the water collects. You just need to plug the socket to the mains. No pipes involved at all.

I have this dryer. I bought it about 8 years ago for around the same price as well. It has been used at least 4 times a week for a family with 3 young kids, when it has not been warm enough to hang clothing on the line. It is also kept in the garage and never had an issue with anything freezing. The condenser has no pipes in it Touch wood, it has never missed a beat and never had any problems. It has been one of the best value white goods products I have ever bought considering my last fridge lasted 5 years and washing machine about the same. I will say however that you need to keep it clean because the build up of fluff,etc does affect performance and take longer to dry clothing. Take out the condenser and clean at least once a month depending on how much you use it. Now I have written this, I hope it doesn't die on me...lol.

+1 for cleaning out the filter. I remove the Condenser unit and flush with a garden hose. Seems odd but it does the job quickly.

Ordered last night. Code worked a treat and 2% Quidco tracked straight away. Thanks OP

I went for a Zanussi at £199 with 2 year warranty from John Lewis. Delivered in 3 days for free. Supposedly Zanussi is more reliable than indesit.

ice2kewl

I went for a Zanussi at £199 with 2 year warranty from John Lewis. … I went for a Zanussi at £199 with 2 year warranty from John Lewis. Delivered in 3 days for free. Supposedly Zanussi is more reliable than indesit.



Sounds good, but cheapest i can see is £289?

We looked at this one, but got an 8kg Beko sensor one for £195 (plus waiting on ~£5 TCB) in the end.

Pay a little more for one with a sensor (automatically stops when clothes are dry) is my advice. It's worth it, especially as one shrunken top is probably worth more than the £16 difference alone.

The Candy one mentioned above was our 2nd choice as it has a sensor too.

pirate1

Sounds good, but cheapest i can see is £289?



Dang, just checked but it's OOS now

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Edited by: "ice2kewl" 17th Nov 2014

brianzion

we just got a candy one from argos a week ago cant fault it so far Candy … we just got a candy one from argos a week ago cant fault it so far Candy GCC590NB White Condenser Dryer £199 link[img]http://argos.scene7.com/is/image/Argos/1383771_R_Z001A?$TMB$&wid=312&hei=312[/img]



I've got the same one. Two issues I have is unloading the water from the bottom by removing the front panel and sliding out the water tank is not as convenient as a top mounted draw reservoir. Also the occasional tumble feature after it has finished to prevent creasing is annoying if you put it on at night and just want it to finish and be quiet. Admittedly on that one I have checked the instructions to see if it can be disabled.

bonzobanana

I've got the same one. Two issues I have is unloading the water from the … I've got the same one. Two issues I have is unloading the water from the bottom by removing the front panel and sliding out the water tank is not as convenient as a top mounted draw reservoir. Also the occasional tumble feature after it has finished to prevent creasing is annoying if you put it on at night and just want it to finish and be quiet. Admittedly on that one I have checked the instructions to see if it can be disabled.



i guess the bottom tank would not suit some people have not had any issues as of yet with the drying very pleased so far.

I think you're better off getting onw with Sensor Drying for same price.

ao.com/pro…spx

according to argos this model comes with a 5 year parts guarantee

sonia119

according to argos this model comes with a 5 year parts guarantee



5 year parts still means labour to pay after the first year. The labour costs of Candy engineers are far more expensive than most independent engineers. The only guarantee's worth having are parts and labour. 5 year parts only is a marketing gimmick and not really a benefit to the consumer.

price is now £198.99 and CPW10 doesn't work
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