Siemens WT46E384GB Sensor Condenser Tumble Dryer, White - £399 incl free 5yr Warranty + Delivery @ John Lewis
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Siemens WT46E384GB Sensor Condenser Tumble Dryer, White - £399 incl free 5yr Warranty + Delivery @ John Lewis

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Found 30th May 2011
Siemens WT46E384GB Sensor Condenser Tumble Dryer, White
£399 with 5 year warranty...

Anything better around?
Seems the 5yr warranty offer has ended according to the Siemens site?
siemens-home.co.uk/pro…its

Anyone confirm this? Or is the 5yr offer still on?
As co-op have it for £354.99

coopelectricalshop.co.uk/pro…B-W

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Very good and capacious dryer. Got one last year from JL with the 5 year warranty. And obviously since JL you will at least get a 2 year unlike most other places.

the 5 year guarantee hasn't ended - Siemens just haven't updated their website for some reason.
great buy and great dryer - but check out their WT46W566GB too, its dearer but super efficient. We bought one, it uses 1.9KW per load instead of 4.49KW for this one, at £599 its a steal. If you use it 5 times a week like we do it will save you around £90 a year in running costs.

johnlewis.com/230…spx

this A rated one is also the current Which best buy too, if you like what they say.

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Original Poster

That's nearly 250 more though! Not sure we'd be using it more than twice a week. So maybe the energy saving is more long term? Hmmm

i thought the 5 year warranty was actually with Siemens direct, not John Lewis, hence the online registration?

If that's the case then surely the Coop deal is £50.00 cheaper?

Original Poster

Yeah I was just checking that both get 5yr warranty - actually asked JL to price match too..

Still trying to work out whether to spend the extra for the 'cheaper to run' one mentioned above by checkley73 - although as I said 2 or 3 cycles a week, so saving 4 or 6 kwh's equates to about £1 max a week... £52 a yr.. so 5yrs+ minimum to recoup the cost difference?

mateus

Yeah I was just checking that both get 5yr warranty - actually asked JL … Yeah I was just checking that both get 5yr warranty - actually asked JL to price match too..Still trying to work out whether to spend the extra for the 'cheaper to run' one mentioned above by checkley73 - although as I said 2 or 3 cycles a week, so saving 4 or 6 kwh's equates to about £1 max a week... £52 a yr.. so 5yrs+ minimum to recoup the cost difference?



its a no brainer in the long term, if you have the extra to spend. The dryers are expected to last around 15 years, and one thing for sure is electricity is going to continue to get more expensive so the savings will get bigger each year.

Plus the A rated one has a self cleaning condenser, so one less job to do !

mateus

That's nearly 250 more though! Not sure we'd be using it more than twice … That's nearly 250 more though! Not sure we'd be using it more than twice a week. So maybe the energy saving is more long term? Hmmm



its only £200 more, well worth it

Original Poster

Ah yeah - on the JL at £399 - but if i get the price match or buy from co-op is £354
Will I really save over £200 in electricity??? oO

mateus

Ah yeah - on the JL at £399 - but if i get the price match or buy from … Ah yeah - on the JL at £399 - but if i get the price match or buy from co-op is £354Will I really save over £200 in electricity??? oO



yes, definately - how long depends on how much you use it.
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