Beko DCB93166W Condenser Tumble Dryer, 9kg Load, B Energy Rating, White - £279 with Trade-In Voucher @ John Lewis & Partners
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Beko DCB93166W Condenser Tumble Dryer, 9kg Load, B Energy Rating, White - £279 with Trade-In Voucher @ John Lewis & Partners

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Posted 5th MayEdited by:"firstie"
Beko DCB93166W Condenser Tumble Dryer, 9kg Load, B Energy Rating, White


Boasting a range of advanced features and a B energy rating, the DCB93166W Condenser Tumble Dryer from Beko will leave your laundry dry and cared for, without being a burden on your energy bills. Big capacity Perfect for those tricky, bulky items and long-overdue loads, this space-efficient machine offers a generous 9kg capacity without taking up extra room in your kitchen, so you can dry more less often. Sensor drying programs Beko's sensor programs prevent over-drying by identifying the level of moisture in the drum and automatically stopping once optimal dryness has been reached. As well as saving you time and money, your laundry will benefit from better care and protection. Digital display Not only is the DCB93166W stylish, it's easy to use thanks to the digital display that shows how long your cycle has left, and the progress of the timer delay. Plus, the indicator lights make programming each cycle much simpler. Automatic anti-creasing feature For added convenience, the automatic anti-creasing function rotates the drum for up to 2 hours after the cycle has finished, separating your laundry and minimising creases.
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AzNDeals05/05/2019 22:51

Mine technically still works fine, it just makes a hideous screeching …Mine technically still works fine, it just makes a hideous screeching noise that you can hear out on the street! To be honest, I'm surprised I haven't had complaints yet from the neighbours about the noise. I've already tried changing parts and now I've decided to just cut my losses and move onto another brand. Was looking at getting a Bosch but at the same time thinking I should just get used to changing every 18 months and buying a 'cheap' one. Mine was getting used almost once every day for the last 18 months, sometimes even twice/three times a day!


Yep. Mine also "works" except does not heat so does not dry. I went to Currys to see what is on sale and chatting with one of the in store assistants he said i would be surprised of how many people return for a new tumble drier within 18-24 months. Asked if the more expensive ones are more reliable and he suggested i'll be better off with cheaper ones and replace when they break.
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This deal is misleading, the price is not £279. Its only £279 if you allow them to take your old appliance. Please update.
What are Beko like nowadays? Looking for a new tumble dryer after my crappy Hotpoint that I haven’t even had 18 months!
AzNDeals05/05/2019 22:07

What are Beko like nowadays? Looking for a new tumble dryer after my …What are Beko like nowadays? Looking for a new tumble dryer after my crappy Hotpoint that I haven’t even had 18 months!


My Hotpoint also gave up at 18 months
We have used it about twice a week. First thought was to scrap him and get a new one but decided eventualy to get a repair plan for a year for just over £100. Basically is getting fixed and extend the warranty another year. Just waiting for the engineer in next couple of days to see if is fixable. I have checked the thermostat, thermistors and heaters and all seem ok so no idea what could be.
marianhorti05/05/2019 22:43

My Hotpoint also gave up at 18 months We have used it about twice a week. …My Hotpoint also gave up at 18 months We have used it about twice a week. First thought was to scrap him and get a new one but decided eventualy to get a repair plan for a year for just over £100. Basically is getting fixed and extend the warranty another year. Just waiting for the engineer in next couple of days to see if is fixable. I have checked the thermostat, thermistors and heaters and all seem ok so no idea what could be.


Mine technically still works fine, it just makes a hideous screeching noise that you can hear out on the street! To be honest, I'm surprised I haven't had complaints yet from the neighbours about the noise. I've already tried changing parts and now I've decided to just cut my losses and move onto another brand. Was looking at getting a Bosch but at the same time thinking I should just get used to changing every 18 months and buying a 'cheap' one. Mine was getting used almost once every day for the last 18 months, sometimes even twice/three times a day!
AzNDeals05/05/2019 22:51

Mine technically still works fine, it just makes a hideous screeching …Mine technically still works fine, it just makes a hideous screeching noise that you can hear out on the street! To be honest, I'm surprised I haven't had complaints yet from the neighbours about the noise. I've already tried changing parts and now I've decided to just cut my losses and move onto another brand. Was looking at getting a Bosch but at the same time thinking I should just get used to changing every 18 months and buying a 'cheap' one. Mine was getting used almost once every day for the last 18 months, sometimes even twice/three times a day!


Yep. Mine also "works" except does not heat so does not dry. I went to Currys to see what is on sale and chatting with one of the in store assistants he said i would be surprised of how many people return for a new tumble drier within 18-24 months. Asked if the more expensive ones are more reliable and he suggested i'll be better off with cheaper ones and replace when they break.
Does this have an option to set the program length yourself? I hate relying on sensors, stuff always comes out with damp waistbands or just generally not dry! I tried a beko condenser model a couple of months ago and returned it for this reason. Still looking for a new tumble dryer , hope this one might be it
marianhorti10 m ago

Yep. Mine also "works" except does not heat so does not dry. I went to …Yep. Mine also "works" except does not heat so does not dry. I went to Currys to see what is on sale and chatting with one of the in store assistants he said i would be surprised of how many people return for a new tumble drier within 18-24 months. Asked if the more expensive ones are more reliable and he suggested i'll be better off with cheaper ones and replace when they break.


Ah, my thoughts exactly. If my cheapo lasts more than 18 months, then lucky me. But otherwise, I'll just get a new one; same can't be said if I opt for a more expensive £600+ one!
Which? give it 68% (Best Buy) and reckon it will use £102 energy per year (B rated)

"Not everything is dried evenly, so you may find a couple of items that are still damp and need to go back for a few minutes when you come to unload.

It's not as energy efficient as some, so its running costs are high - particularly when compared with a typical heat-pump dryer.
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AzNDeals05/05/2019 22:07

What are Beko like nowadays? Looking for a new tumble dryer after my …What are Beko like nowadays? Looking for a new tumble dryer after my crappy Hotpoint that I haven’t even had 18 months!


Freezer lasted 18 months as well with Beko they was not interested in good will avoid...
XxLJCJxX2 h, 21 m ago

This deal is misleading, the price is not £279. Its only £279 if you allow …This deal is misleading, the price is not £279. Its only £279 if you allow them to take your old appliance. Please update.


Edited, although I thought it was quite clear as the Voucher Stated 'Trade-In' Thanks.
Hammerit4405/05/2019 23:48

Freezer lasted 18 months as well with Beko they was not interested in good …Freezer lasted 18 months as well with Beko they was not interested in good will avoid...


John Lewis, has a 2 Year Warranty, I've found them good in the past.
AzNDeals11 h, 12 m ago

What are Beko like nowadays? Looking for a new tumble dryer after my …What are Beko like nowadays? Looking for a new tumble dryer after my crappy Hotpoint that I haven’t even had 18 months!


I had a Beko tumble dryer just like this one for 7 years & it was very reliable,i recently bought the heat pump version from John Lewis
Edited by: "batemansxxxb" 6th May
I've also had a Beko Tumble Dryer, similar to the above but older model without digital display for about 7 years as well and still going strong.
firstie10 h, 51 m ago

John Lewis, has a 2 Year Warranty, I've found them good in the past.



Got from B and Q only 1 year warranty got a chest freezer now with 5 years warranty.

JL are very good,fixed my telly at 4 years old
My 7 year old beko gave up in December last year, had been faultless for those 7 years so bought another Beko from John Lewis. Wouldn't have any hesitation in recommending them.
AzNDeals5th May

Was looking at getting a Bosch but at the same time thinking I should just …Was looking at getting a Bosch but at the same time thinking I should just get used to changing every 18 months and buying a 'cheap' one. Mine was getting used almost once every day for the last 18 months, sometimes even twice/three times a day!


Whichever brand you buy, definitely get a reliable heat pump one. With that kind of usage, you'll make savings pretty quickly.
I used the code whilst using a mobile browser and the price reduced by £60, so I paid £259.

Not sure if it's a glitch that happened due to using my phone or for another reason, but I thought I'd mention it
Arrived today.

Delivery drivers didn't mention anything about collecting an old one.

Thanks again op!
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