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    Can anyone advise as to a good quality and cheap condenser dryer? Thank you

    Looking for any recommendations as having two children under 2 clothes are dirtied at an amazing rate.

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    We have been happy with the Beko condenser tumble dryer (8kg version).

    Still undecided if we would have saved money by spending the extra on a heat pumped one with the energy saving as it's a B rated one.

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    Dragon32

    We have been happy with the Beko condenser tumble dryer (8kg version). … We have been happy with the Beko condenser tumble dryer (8kg version). Still undecided if we would have saved money by spending the extra on a heat pumped one with the energy saving as it's a B rated one.


    Thank you, having a similar quandary.

    We've had a candy one for 18 months that we paid £180 for. Works brilliantly.

    Edited by: "mayzi" 5th Mar

    amazon.co.uk/Con…EIG
    or
    wilko.com/plu…503

    With one of these you can convert any dryer into a condenser, potentially saving you money and giving you the option of undoing the conversion should you ever need to
    Edited by: "xfaxfa" 5th Mar

    This is on the Which "Best Buy" list ao.com/pro…spx

    what about one of those ? Secamatic Turbo electric clothes dryer for £39.98. on Groupon?
    a friend has one and swears by it ?

    I had my zanussi for 15 years

    I bought the following drier just before christmas.

    electrical.coop.co.uk/Bek…W-W

    The wife is over the moon with its performance..being A++ efficiency it will hopefully save me money too!.

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    Thanks for the help everyone
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