Indesit IDV75W Vented Tumble Dryer - White- Argos - Delivered £149.99
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Indesit IDV75W Vented Tumble Dryer - White- Argos - Delivered £149.99

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Found 7th Nov 2015
Lowest price about for a decent tumble drier.

Previous lowest price was £155 from John Lewis but its out of stock.

Currys also £155.

Cheapest about
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We've been looking at this dryer for a couple of weeks, it even got a Which? Best buy! And being £5 cheaper than tesco is a bonus.
Bought this a month ago from J. Lewis @ £155 (when posted on here). Works fine and fairly quiet.
Heat OP
That's the wife's Xmas pressie sorted - thanks op
I have owned three indesit tumble dryers over the last 20 years, all vented type, and each one has blown the thermal cutouts (two in each dryer) within a couple of years of purchase. Cheap job to repair if you know what you are doing, not worth calling a tech out to deal (cost v price). Now switched to a whirlpool and had no problems in four years.
Edited by: "Argoj" 8th Nov 2015
I'd love one of these but I would be paying £149.99 a week for my electric if I did I'll just stick to the old fashioned wayhttp://img0.joyreactor.com/pics/post/clothes-dryer-genius-gif-1121103.gif
We bought one last year after our very expensive condenser drier stopped drying clothes properly. We decided to get a simple "no brains or smarts" drier. After using it for a while, here are some of our observations:

- the pointer on the timer dial is hard to see. It's easy to accidentally dial in the maximum time and over dry / heat damage clothing. (Yes, we have done it a couple times) I highlighted the pointer with a marker pen and we haven't done it since.
- the low and high heat modes work well, but you have to adjust the time during winter, as the heat modes simply appear to switch in or out an extra heating element.
- it's not excessively noisy, but it's not silent either. We have a utility room, so can close the door on it. I wouldn't like this drier in an open kitchen.

Apart from that it's a simple, non nonsense, on-off drier the old fashioned way. No sensors to think you are stupid, no fancy controls. Job done.
We've also had one of these for coming up to two years. Very efficient no frills machine and excellent value. Also made in the UK.
Would definitely recommend.
If we have an old stone double garage, not attached to the house, with plenty of holes in the wall and gaps under the garage door would a vented machine still need an outlet via an external wall
JohnnyL

I'd love one of these but I would be paying £149.99 a week for my … I'd love one of these but I would be paying £149.99 a week for my electric if I did I'll just stick to the old fashioned way



Yeah, cos running a hairdryer constantly is way cheaper isn't it? (_;)
I have input 20% - HWARES20 and it says Your discount has been applied but price to pay still showing as £149.99. I rang the store but most unhelpful and said codes via a 3rd party are nothing to do with them. Can anyone advise please?
£139.99 today if someone still looking for a dryer.
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