Offer Stack - Candy GVS H9A2DCE 9KG Heat Pump Condenser Tumble Dryer now £283.49 delivered at Argos
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Offer Stack - Candy GVS H9A2DCE 9KG Heat Pump Condenser Tumble Dryer now £283.49 delivered at Argos

£283.49Argos Deals
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Found 15th Nov
Bargain price for a Condenser Heat Pump Dryer!

Part of Argos Black Friday promo, several discounts applying at once = big savings!

  • Currently reduced to £349.99 onsite
  • Add to basket and an extra 10% off is automatically taken off bringing it to £314.99
  • Get it for £283.49 using discount code WHITE10

This Candy 9kg Condenser Heat Pump Dryer, does not require an external wall vent as the steam is drawn into the condensing chamber where it is converted back into water. The condensed water is then collected in a container at the base of the machine ready for emptying. This tumble dryer has a spacious 9kg capacity allowing you to dry more of your clothes at once, ideal for medium sized households. It also offers "sensor drying", which measures the amount of moisture within your clothes, never wasting any drying time.Smart Touch offers a clever solution that works as simply as a contactless payment system, by using an Android smartphone, you can control, monitor and manage the appliance via your mobile device through the Candy app.Two heat settings.Fluff filter full indecator.

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Overview:
  • Condenser dryer.
  • Maximum drying capacity 9kg.
  • 15 drying programmes.
  • Manufacturer's 10 year parts and 1 year labour guarantee.
  • Size H85, W59.5, D61cm.


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Drying features:
  • 2 heat settings.
  • 150 minute timer.
  • Anti-crease option.
  • Cottons cycle.
  • Cupboard dry cycle.
  • Delicates cycle.
  • 30 minute quick dry ..... (and more)

Performance:
  • Energy efficiency rating: A++.
  • Energy consumption: 259kWh per year based on dry cotton cycle.
  • Energy consumption: 2.18kWh per cycle based on dry cotton cycle.
  • Noise level : 66dB(A).

Top comments

Ten year guarantee? Don't' make me laugh, it's parts oly and all that does is tie you to their labour costs which will be astronomical!

This will be melted down and in the form of new bean tins long before ten years!
Edited by: "nihcaj" 15th Nov
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Got a similar Candy one last year for a similar price, works well and very economical but it takes a lifetime to dry a load so think twice if you are in a rush for your dry washing!!

Ten year guarantee? Don't' make me laugh, it's parts oly and all that does is tie you to their labour costs which will be astronomical!

This will be melted down and in the form of new bean tins long before ten years!
Edited by: "nihcaj" 15th Nov

nihcaj3 h, 50 m ago

Ten year guarantee? Don't' make me laugh, it's parts oly and all that does …Ten year guarantee? Don't' make me laugh, it's parts oly and all that does is tie you to their labour costs which will be astronomical!This will be melted down and in the form of new bean tins long before ten years!



labour rates will no doubt be so much that the dryer will be histroy if just about any issue occurs post warranty. However dryers tend to be fairly relieable so might be worth a 'gamble'.

afroylnt25 m ago

labour rates will no doubt be so much that the dryer will be histroy if …labour rates will no doubt be so much that the dryer will be histroy if just about any issue occurs post warranty. However dryers tend to be fairly relieable so might be worth a 'gamble'.


I cant think of any domestic appliance thats more unreliable than a tumble dryer!

jb664 m ago

I cant think of any domestic appliance thats more unreliable than a tumble …I cant think of any domestic appliance thats more unreliable than a tumble dryer!



really?; our current one has just stopped working and is I think not far off 10 years old...must have been lucky. How long do yours last?

So after 1 year if the tumble dryers break (which many do) you will have to fork out for labour costs. In order for Candy to pay for parts they will force you to use one of their labourers which will no doubt cost a tonne (I've read reviews). All Candy tumble dryers are do not buy on Which. I have recently done a lot of research after my Beko broke and was tempted by Candy. I decided to go with a Bosch WTN85200gb for £350 which I believe is available from Curry's / John Lewis. Much better brand, product and reliability (2 year actual warranty).

afroylnt51 m ago

really?; our current one has just stopped working and is I think not far …really?; our current one has just stopped working and is I think not far off 10 years old...must have been lucky. How long do yours last?


Mine has broke 4 times in 2 years

mjayna27054 m ago

So after 1 year if the tumble dryers break (which many do) you will have …So after 1 year if the tumble dryers break (which many do) you will have to fork out for labour costs. In order for Candy to pay for parts they will force you to use one of their labourers which will no doubt cost a tonne (I've read reviews). All Candy tumble dryers are do not buy on Which. I have recently done a lot of research after my Beko broke and was tempted by Candy. I decided to go with a Bosch WTN85200gb for £350 which I believe is available from Curry's / John Lewis. Much better brand, product and reliability (2 year actual warranty).



useful info tks. Just worried though that come March 2019 a finger symbol will appear on the dryer along with the message Shouldn't have voted for brexit - you're on your own now
Edited by: "afroylnt" 15th Nov

afroylnt3 h, 14 m ago

really?; our current one has just stopped working and is I think not far …really?; our current one has just stopped working and is I think not far off 10 years old...must have been lucky. How long do yours last?


The last conventional Dryer I had was a Hoover one which struggled to last 18 months and ratteld and banged all of thet time! Moved on to premium heat pump brands after that, but even they are not without their issues, although the 5 year warranty covers them!

nihcaj5 m ago

The last conventional Dryer I had was a Hoover one which struggled to last …The last conventional Dryer I had was a Hoover one which struggled to last 18 months and ratteld and banged all of thet time! Moved on to premium heat pump brands after that, but even they are not without their issues, although the 5 year warranty covers them!



think I have been lucky; my now not working properly dryer is an Zanussi... 18 mths is no time at all....

afroylnt5 m ago

think I have been lucky; my now not working properly dryer is an …think I have been lucky; my now not working properly dryer is an Zanussi... 18 mths is no time at all....


Problem is, ALL white goods are junk now - only some are more junk than others :-(
Just bought a Miele washer(on offer here!) and I KNOW it won't last the 12+ years my last Siemens machine did.

nihcaj55 m ago

Problem is, ALL white goods are junk now - only some are more junk than …Problem is, ALL white goods are junk now - only some are more junk than others :-( Just bought a Miele washer(on offer here!) and I KNOW it won't last the 12+ years my last Siemens machine did.



agree ; the sad thing is very few such machines get repaired. In my view manutacturer's should have caps on the prices of replacment parts as a percentage of the selling price or be more highly taxed if they don't agree to this & remove Vat from repairs...

Ordered one, seems to get good reviews from the sites that sell it and seems to be half the price to run than a condenser type

I dont think any last now... Why would they? If a machine lasted years the companies sales would take a big drop as no one would need to replace their machines

Arg I was too late! Great deal, wish I got it in time

Received already at 7am this morning will plug it in tonight

extra 10% off doesn't seem to work now

Oh gutted! Was looking to buy this at full price. The code still works so brings down to £315 but knowing I missed out on getting another 10% off by a couple of days really hurts

Will wait until Black Friday in case the offer is back on. I know Very have this for £350 with 10% off when using BNPL if this code expires.

Did I mention I feel gutted?

Steve-O.200814 h, 5 m ago

Received already at 7am this morning will plug it in tonight


Please do feedback after a few uses. Also, how much clearance is needed at rear?

Also, who owns/makes the Candy brand of machines? Anyone find it odd that the Hoover model of this machine with similar specs has the same model number? 🤔

loofer6 h, 5 m ago

Also, who owns/makes the Candy brand of machines? Anyone find it odd that …Also, who owns/makes the Candy brand of machines? Anyone find it odd that the Hoover model of this machine with similar specs has the same model number? 🤔


Candy Group owns Hoover.

Forn4 h, 30 m ago

Candy Group owns Hoover.


Thanks, wonder if there’s any material difference in both units with same model number. The control panel and LCD are different. Would be interested in reliability.

Automatic 10% off no longer works, so is only £35 off with the code.

I went in store today to buy this assuming just 10% off using WHITE10... it came up as 10% off before the code and then after the code I got it for £283.49.. Happy days

no more Automatic 10% off. only the code is working.

loofer17th Nov

Please do feedback after a few uses. Also, how much clearance is needed at …Please do feedback after a few uses. Also, how much clearance is needed at rear?


Overall very happy with it used it 5 times now

But it does take a while to dry about 2hr 30 - 3 hours but it does only use about 2 units per cycle so about 25p a time

Better than having damp washing on all the radiators and airers with dehumidifier running and cheaper too

Steve-O.20087 h, 25 m ago

Overall very happy with it used it 5 times nowBut it does take a while to …Overall very happy with it used it 5 times nowBut it does take a while to dry about 2hr 30 - 3 hours but it does only use about 2 units per cycle so about 25p a timeBetter than having damp washing on all the radiators and airers with dehumidifier running and cheaper too


Thanks. I knew it would take longer but didn’t think it would take that long. Having said that, we probably leave them out on washing line for longer.

Great to also know how many units it used. That is cheap.

I did have 2nd thought considering it would only be used Autumn to Winter and possibly Spring but the cheap running costs make it worthwhile

loofer14 h, 51 m ago

Thanks. I knew it would take longer but didn’t think it would take that l …Thanks. I knew it would take longer but didn’t think it would take that long. Having said that, we probably leave them out on washing line for longer.Great to also know how many units it used. That is cheap. I did have 2nd thought considering it would only be used Autumn to Winter and possibly Spring but the cheap running costs make it worthwhile


Also the clothes seem to come out crease free and the house seems warmer as theres no wet washing hanging around anymore and xovering radiators so you save money with heating as well technically and when you see the amount of water you collect in the door of it its amazing to think all that would have been going into the air in the house making damp when usuing airers

Just make sure you clean the filter after every use and the bottom filter every 5 or so uses, easy to do only takes a minute

Steve-O.200823 m ago

Also the clothes seem to come out crease free and the house seems warmer …Also the clothes seem to come out crease free and the house seems warmer as theres no wet washing hanging around anymore and xovering radiators so you save money with heating as well technically and when you see the amount of water you collect in the door of it its amazing to think all that would have been going into the air in the house making damp when usuing airersJust make sure you clean the filter after every use and the bottom filter every 5 or so uses, easy to do only takes a minute


thanks. There are times when we have the heating turned on just so we can dry clothes on radiator.
I'm hoping to try and plumb the water outlet into the kitchen sink waste trap.
Expecting delivery this Saturday.

Sounds like a good idea but its easy to empty if you cant manage to plumb it in and i like seeing all the water it collects in the door so i know its working
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