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Samsung DV10K6500EV/EU, 10kg, Hardwired Vented Tumble Dryer C Rating in Black £999.89 at Costco
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Samsung DV10K6500EV/EU, 10kg, Hardwired Vented Tumble Dryer C Rating in Black £999.89 at Costco

£999.89£1,59237%Costco Deals
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Posted 5th Sep 2019

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Features

- 10kg Capacity
- Sensor Dry & Quick Dry
- Freestanding
- H 98.4 x W 68.6 x D 82.3 cm
- Option of 5 Dry Levels

The Samsung DV10K6500EV/EU is a perfect addition for either commercial or household use. With a drying capacity of 10kg spun with a stainless steel drum you get great looks as well as an amazing quality dryer.

Featuring modern patented sensor drying technology, noise output has been reduced to just 67db. This tumble dryer has been rated with energy efficiency rating C, thanks to reduced power consumption and automated sensor drying technology that senses how wet and large a load is, adjusting settings accordingly.

The sensor drying technology features 8 sensor drying options and 4 manual settings, giving you the ideal mixture of automation and manual control to deal with almost any load. With an option to select between 5 separate drying levels and adjust drying times between 20 and 60 minutes, including specialist programmes for small loads and wrinkle prevention.

NB - This product requires specialist installation (not provided), including hard wiring and an exhausting system to the outdoors. For additional details please refer to the User Manual.
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13 Comments
HOW MUCH? Yer having a larf.
A grand for a non-heat pump tumble dryer? If this is a deal, what is the normal cost?!
'C' rated is really bad when you can get 'A' and 'B' rated dryers for a fraction of this price.
NB - This product requires specialist installation (not provided), including hard wiring and an exhausting system to the outdoors. For additional details please refer to the User Manual.


Add another £100 at least. There is also no mention of the automatic ironing function I would expect at this price.
There is also only one review on the Samsung site and that gives it 1* -
Great when it works
Broken again, second time in the first 8 months of ownership. These are not reliable machines.
Edited by: "dogpatch" 5th Sep 2019
Voted hot based on the price reduction, but definitely not a price I’d be happy to pay for this. How about hang drying? Much better for your clothes. In fact most items state not to dry in the dryer...
Get a heat pump Meile for this price.
I paid £42 for a new B grade White Knight to replace a near identical model which had just packed up......after 20 years. On that basis this Samsung should still be operating in the year 2419 so it can be passed down to relatives saving them money for years to come.
This is the quick Dry So it’s a Hard wired 30amp Hence C rated ! I’ve just purchased a Bosch Heat Pump 10kg at £640 B rated ideally I’d like a Quick Dry but over a Grand Mmmm
Edited by: "allrico" 5th Sep 2019
Is this a joke
mjr60005/09/2019 21:55

I paid £42 for a new B grade White Knight to replace a near identical …I paid £42 for a new B grade White Knight to replace a near identical model which had just packed up......after 20 years. On that basis this Samsung should still be operating in the year 2419 so it can be passed down to relatives saving them money for years to come.


£42 for a white knight? Where from????
bbfb12311/10/2019 09:19

£42 for a white knight? Where from????


Factory shop
mjr60011/10/2019 10:00

Factory shop


Do you have a link to it for me?

Edit: I found factory shop. So that white knight was it a one off? Did you have to go in store?
Edited by: "bbfb123" 11th Oct 2019
They are that price all the time or differing prices depending on grade. It's not unknown for traders to buy 50 and sell them on eBay or rent them to the hard up.
Edited by: "mjr600" 11th Oct 2019
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