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LOGIK LHP8W18 8 kg Heat Pump Tumble Dryer at Currys for £299
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LOGIK LHP8W18 8 kg Heat Pump Tumble Dryer at Currys for £299

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Capacity: 8 kg
Energy rating: A++
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Looks very similar to the bush heat pump tumble dryer sold in Argos
Ok if you're prepared to wait till Christmas for your clothes to dry
ayeworld01/11/2019 03:01

Ok if you're prepared to wait till Christmas for your clothes to dry


It out of stock? or are they slow to deliver...
ayeworld01/11/2019 03:01

Ok if you're prepared to wait till Christmas for your clothes to dry



a bit of planning is worth the savings in electricity cost and environmental impact though.
paulj4801/11/2019 09:40

a bit of planning is worth the savings in electricity cost and …a bit of planning is worth the savings in electricity cost and environmental impact though.


Or don't use a tumble dryer.
ayeworld01/11/2019 11:49

Or don't use a tumble dryer.



so how do you get soft dry clothes then?
paulj4801/11/2019 12:33

so how do you get soft dry clothes then?


Fabric conditioner and spin around vigorously in a hurricane
ayeworld01/11/2019 14:16

Fabric conditioner and spin around vigorously in a hurricane


The only way to make clothes soft after washing (especially towels) is to use a warm dryer.
paulj4801/11/2019 14:22

The only way to make clothes soft after washing (especially towels) is to …The only way to make clothes soft after washing (especially towels) is to use a warm dryer.


Can't remember having hard clothes growing up without one. :/
ayeworld01/11/2019 14:25

Can't remember having hard clothes growing up without one. :/


must have been that hurricane then
Has very good reviews, tempted, but risking Black Friday.
Is a signed NDA needed to purchase this model?
ayeworld01/11/2019 03:01

Ok if you're prepared to wait till Christmas for your clothes to dry


Why does it take longer than condenser
is it me or did anyone think of a PS1 when they saw this picture ?








ayeworld01/11/2019 14:16

Fabric conditioner and spin around vigorously in a hurricane


LOL plus flight cost to find suitable hurricane...
Misslovely01/11/2019 22:17

Why does it take longer than condenser


Heat pump dryers don't use a heating element per se.

They use a cooler to condense the water from the air and the hot end of the cooler (as per physics) to warm the air, then it blows the air through the drum and circulates it through the same process over & over instead of just blasting hot air through your clothes and out the other side.

All in all instead of using about 2,000 watts of power the whole time your clothes are being dried it uses about 400 watts of power and takes approx 30% longer to dry everything
paulj4801/11/2019 15:01

must have been that hurricane then


Or our airing our clothes next to our coal fire
devinn01/11/2019 07:01

10% off at ebay with code prosper10 …10% off at ebay with code prosper10 https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/LOGIK-LHP8W18-8-kg-Heat-Pump-Tumble-Dryer-White-Currys/123556514725?hash=item1cc48acba5:g:1TkAAOSw505dpep~


Just tried it and wouldn't accept
Rob.02/11/2019 06:21

Just tried it and wouldn't accept


Code expired at midnight, but the code LKA20R takes £20 off on currys website
Edited by: "devinn" 2nd Nov
Misslovely01/11/2019 22:17

Why does it take longer than condenser


Think of it as a cross between a fridge in reverse and a dehumidifier, it uses a fraction of the electric a condenser uses but take longer.

Bigest mistake users make is opening the door whilst on a cycle, doing this can add another 30 minutes as all the heat is lost.
paulj4802/11/2019 07:47

Think of it as a cross between a fridge in reverse and a dehumidifier, it …Think of it as a cross between a fridge in reverse and a dehumidifier, it uses a fraction of the electric a condenser uses but take longer.Bigest mistake users make is opening the door whilst on a cycle, doing this can add another 30 minutes as all the heat is lost.


Wow. So why even make them. Heard condenser takes 20 mins extra too
Because they use a fraction of the power thay a normal tumbler uses, good for the wallet and good for the environment
Misslovely02/11/2019 07:49

Wow. So why even make them. Heard condenser takes 20 mins extra too



Reduced energy consumption basically. Currys say it will take 1.88kWh per 8kg cycle while the equivalent 8kg "HOTPOINT Aquarius TCM580BP" takes 5.38kWh. At 15p/kWh it costs 52p more to run the condenser dryer. If you run the dryer every day for a year that's 190 pounds.

I don't think I'd buy this dryer though as I'd like to see a 3 or 5 year manufacturer warranty so I know the product will live long enough with my usage to pay for itself in long term energy savings.
paulj4802/11/2019 07:47

Think of it as a cross between a fridge in reverse and a dehumidifier, it …Think of it as a cross between a fridge in reverse and a dehumidifier, it uses a fraction of the electric a condenser uses but take longer.Bigest mistake users make is opening the door whilst on a cycle, doing this can add another 30 minutes as all the heat is lost.


My Mrs always opens the door on our condenser dryer
Gollywood02/11/2019 16:40

My Mrs always opens the door on our condenser dryer


OK, my remark was about heat pump dryers
Caner_T02/11/2019 23:36

Please use with …Please use with https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/get-10-off-sitewide-minimum-spend-50-max-discount-75-at-ebay-3322956 on ebay on tuesday


Thanks all. just bought with this. 269.10
devinn02/11/2019 07:44

Code expired at midnight, but the code LKA20R takes £20 off on currys …Code expired at midnight, but the code LKA20R takes £20 off on currys website


Thanks
I just moved and needed to buy a dryer I was just about to pay as this is the cheapest heat pump dryer I could find and thought I'd double check here for cheaper models or offers.
Bam £20 saved
Had this since July when our 12 year old condenser died. Paid £280 then and it's been faultless. Still amazed at the energy use in comparison. Yes it takes longer, but a sacrifice worth making in my opinion. I wouldn't buy anything other than a heat pump in future. If a bit of extra time bothers you then you need to buy more than 2 outfits or organise yourself a bit better.
anlygi09/11/2019 06:52

Had this since July when our 12 year old condenser died. Paid £280 then …Had this since July when our 12 year old condenser died. Paid £280 then and it's been faultless. Still amazed at the energy use in comparison. Yes it takes longer, but a sacrifice worth making in my opinion. I wouldn't buy anything other than a heat pump in future. If a bit of extra time bothers you then you need to buy more than 2 outfits or organise yourself a bit better.


What kind of time difference is there? For a full load how long does it take roughly? Thanks
Daisychainstar10/11/2019 06:41

What kind of time difference is there? For a full load how long does it …What kind of time difference is there? For a full load how long does it take roughly? Thanks



anlygi09/11/2019 06:52

Had this since July when our 12 year old condenser died. Paid £280 then …Had this since July when our 12 year old condenser died. Paid £280 then and it's been faultless. Still amazed at the energy use in comparison. Yes it takes longer, but a sacrifice worth making in my opinion. I wouldn't buy anything other than a heat pump in future. If a bit of extra time bothers you then you need to buy more than 2 outfits or organise yourself a bit better.


I couldn't put a time on it to be honest. I just fire it on and leave it until it senses it's dry, as opening it to check causes heat loss. I have just noticed it takes a little while longer but not ridiculously so, maybe 15 minutes? Just put a wash on with jeans and towels that will have to be put in the dryer with the awful weather so I could time a full load later. I normally use the lower heat mixed mode though as rarely have just cotton wash loads.
Edited by: "anlygi" 10th Nov
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