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Beko WTG820M1W A+++ 8kg  Washing Machine  £179 @ Co-op eBay
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Beko 8kg washing machine for £179 delivered - note the £20 extra comes off at checkout Wash Load: 8.0 kg Washer Spin Speed: 1200 rpm A+++ energy rated Daily quick programme … Read more
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£20 isn't coming off, take it its finished?
summerof7612th Feb

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Washing machine in the background video looks like the LG 7KG model circa 2009. M-i-l has similar model!
Edited by: "TheHun6" 14th Feb
jazzholmez5 h, 18 m ago

My LG just exploded


Wowsers! What model? How long have you had it? What led to the explosion?
preecey16 h, 13 m ago

Hmm, as much as they (LG) might make good washing machines, they don't …Hmm, as much as they (LG) might make good washing machines, they don't exactly have a good reputation for reliability on their other products, like TVs and especially their phones. Which is why I'd never seek to own another LG product in the future.


Not sure this is a good way of thinking. Whether or not LG phones and TVs are pants (which is open to debate) I wouldn't rule out buying a washing machine on that basis, especially if expert reviews indicate that their washing machines are outstanding. Judge each product on its own merits.

Having said that, if you have wooden / suspended flooring or old pipework, then yes probably best to look elsewhere!
Edited by: "TheHun6" 13th Feb
Beko Washing Machine, WMS6100W, 6KG Load, with 1000rpm £149 with code at Tesco
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USE CODE TDX-PHJ4 PRODUCT DETAILS Beko washing machine with 6kg load capacity Rated A+ for energy efficiency Innovative 30° cycle A fuss-free washing machine that's been desi… Read more
We bought an indesit couple of weeks ago from John Lewis for £200. It is 7kg load.

Great so far but we only do laundry once a week.
Don't know about this particular (rather basic) model but BEKO generally are a good buy among budget brands and their reliability/customer service is as good as mid-market brands like Bosch (and way ahead of the likes of Hotpoint!). See Which?
Well, not 'clearly', but small families and compact living spaces.
Before people say "6kg isn't much", it's 150 quid, and it says clearly it's not made for those with 10 kids doing 5 washes a day.

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Beko DFN16210W 12 Place Dishwasher £179 delivered @ Co-op  eBay
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Thought this looked a decent budget price for a dishwasher. Selling at Very for £269.99 and £299 at John Lewis as a price comparison The reviews that I have read online from diff… Read more
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John Lewis with 2 year warranty

Thank you for your price match request for the Beko DFN16210W Freestanding Dishwasher, White.

I have looked into your request and will be happy to match the price of £202.99 for the Beko DFN16210W (product code 81702602) seen at Co-Op Electrical. This includes the £3.99 delivery charge that you would incur should you purchase the item from Co-Op Electrical.
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Coop won't deliver in N.I don't think??
have been using basic beko for over a year. it cleans perfectly.. very good wash and reliable!!! and cheaaaap to buy
Trying to price match with John Lewis, Submitted a Claim via the Form. If no luck will purchase from the link provided! Thanks OP!
Beko Washing Machine, WMS6100W, 6KG Load, with 1000rpm - White £159 @ Tesco direct
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Save £20 when you spend £150 or more with ecoupon code TDX-WFGR £179.00-20=£159.00 and Free Delivery and Connection. Cheap washing machine including delivery and connection :) … Read more
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Applying UK White Goods logic : say you wash every other day (seems a lot, unless you have a big family/ not enough underwear!) , and the machine is 'only' good for 1000 cycles, it'll still last 5-6 years - less than £30 p.a. , or 16p depreciation per wash. Seems OK to me. Or you could spend £300+ on a 'better' brand and hope it lasts > 10 years.... you pays your money and you takes your choice
I use my washing machine 3-4 times on average a week. I must be lucky, I certainly haven't got anything to complain about on my washing machine
Razwana_Bibiqwgddq2axssse4 h, 25 m ago

I've got a Beko, 10 years now, no problems at all


If you're a heavy user i.e. use the washing machine nearly every day and your Beko is one of their cheapest models, as this deal is, then you've been remarkably lucky. This is what UK White Goods has to say on Beko's reliability for washing machines:


"Most Beko washing machines we would think are rated for about 1-1500 cycles on the better specified models and lower, in some cases a fair bit lower, on entry level models and we would therefore not recommend them if you do much more than the national average of around 250 washes per year."
bargain_pixie9 h, 3 m ago

Please be careful with Beko. A firefighter friend has warned that their …Please be careful with Beko. A firefighter friend has warned that their appliances has a history of sparking and starting house fires. I think this is probably very rare but just worth being aware!


let's not overdo this. the most common cause of house fires in the UK is from people leaving their cooking unattended so the probability of your house being set on fire from a beko brand washing machine is not worth worrying about.

i would not say that beko is my preferred brand, in fact it is not, but it is a decent budget brand if you don't want to pay for more expensive brands.
bargain_pixie6 h, 19 m ago

Please be careful with Beko. A firefighter friend has warned that their …Please be careful with Beko. A firefighter friend has warned that their appliances has a history of sparking and starting house fires. I think this is probably very rare but just worth being aware!


A bloke down the pub told me they can eat your children too............

Seriously, all white goods have the potential to be dangerous but BEKO washing machines aren't a real concern - but Hotpoint.......!
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Beko MOC20100S 700W Microwave £39 with free C&C @ B&Q
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Not a bad looking microwave, ideal if just wanting something on a lower budget. It's only 20L / 700w - Just a simple design that does the job, really. It's £5 del or free C&C, … Read more
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Bought this yesterday but had to take it back as the unit wobbled alarmingly as one leg was about 5ml shorter than the other.
Beko EcoSmart WMB91243LW A+++ 9kg 1200 Spin Washing Machine £202.99 rapid del Delivery @ Co-op Electrical (or £199 with Economy Delivery via their eBay store)
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Pretty good on a 9KG / 1200 spin model, not a bad looking machine either. Reviews are also good on this one. There areno codes or anything, just £199 + £3.99 del costs. Has rapid d… Read more
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I see that they are charging Connection of your new Washing Machine - £24.99 , Removal of your old disconnected appliance - £24.99. Is there another place that charge less for those services?
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TheHun62 h, 39 m ago

https://electrical.coop.co.uk/LG-W3J5WN3W-6-5Kg-1200-Spin-Washing-Machine-in-White-LG-WSH-W3J5WN3W-W?gclid=CjwKCAiAhfzSBRBTEiwAN-ysWJkBm282lCTI3deaV00ctcGA4hnI284bD_elUQfQ2PlhO5ow72B-CRoC5UsQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.dsThis is currently the cheapest LG deal available at £279 as long as 6.5 KG is a big enough drum for your needs. Many of the features and internals are the same as on the more expensive models.


This would have been perfect just if it was 1400 spin! Mine was a 1200 spin and would love to have a higher spin do the clothes are bit more drier. Thank you though
emilhar57 h, 38 m ago

I know. Mixed reviews everywhere. There is some good offers on Bush …I know. Mixed reviews everywhere. There is some good offers on Bush washing machines on Argos. I would love to get a LG but it seems to be just a bit over my budget currently ☹


electrical.coop.co.uk/LG-….ds

This is currently the cheapest LG deal available at £279 as long as 6.5 KG is a big enough drum for your needs. Many of the features and internals are the same as on the more expensive models.
emilhar512 h, 59 m ago

Are Beko a reliable band? I currently have a 1200 spin Bosch which lasted …Are Beko a reliable band? I currently have a 1200 spin Bosch which lasted just over 10 years but have given up now. So I am on the lookout for a new one and don't know whether to purchase a Beko, Hotpoint, Hoover or Bush machines. Any advice would be appreciated.


We've had a Hoover machine that lasted a similar amount of time, albeit with repairs, and we've recently replaced it with another Hoover. But a repairman recently told me that all the budget washing machines today have a similar limited life span (1000-1200 washes I think he said?). He said not to buy a Bush as they are expensive for parts, while Beko are fairly cheap for parts.
Jak926 h, 11 m ago

Also on the look out for a washing machine. On this website I have most …Also on the look out for a washing machine. On this website I have most seen people say 'stay away from hotpoint' and I hear beko seems to be reliable. Not sure on the other two brands on your comment.LG seem to be good as well but are more expensive than the other brands generally


I know. Mixed reviews everywhere. There is some good offers on Bush washing machines on Argos. I would love to get a LG but it seems to be just a bit over my budget currently ☹
Beko 7kg Load, 1400 Spin Washing Machine £189.99 delivered @ Very
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Same as I posted, a few quid more for the black thanks to liquidsky “Use Code MHRWV for free delivery making it £189.99”
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Haddas2 h, 48 m ago

Does everyone just wash their clothes more? Or are clothes just bigger …Does everyone just wash their clothes more? Or are clothes just bigger than 20 years ago. I have a 6kg machine for our family and it’s plenty.


Well every Sunday I like throwing the kingsize duvet cover, fitted sheet, top sheet and 4 pillow cases in as one wash, saves time, water & money.
TheHun613th Jan

Times have changed on what constitutes a normal family sized drum. 20 …Times have changed on what constitutes a normal family sized drum. 20 years ago the average drum capacity ranged from around 4.5KG to 6KG at the upper end. When LG launched their washing machines in Europe circa 1999, I remember the 7KG capacity being touted as the world's largest. Today a 7KG capacity is considered suited for a single person or a small family. A 9KG washer is suited for a medium family and 11KG for a large one. LG even offer a commercial 15KG model that fit within the normal dimensions of a standard washing machine.Also check out the size of the porthole today to what they looked like 40 years ago. These days they are massive.


Does everyone just wash their clothes more? Or are clothes just bigger than 20 years ago. I have a 6kg machine for our family and it’s plenty.
Edited by: "Haddas" 15th Jan
Just be aware that Beko's 28 minute daily quick and 17 minute super short programmes (the wash programmes I use 90% of the time) actually take longer than the times they quote because that doesn't include the time it takes to fill the washing machine with water for the wash and rinse cycles. While that happens the countdown timer on the washing machine pauses until the machine starts tumbling the clothes again, so you need to add at least 10 minutes to both those programme times for the real duration.
I have got a 5kg machine and 6 ppl in the family.
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TheHun69 h, 13 m ago

My apologies for the duff link.


Too late the HUKD hitman is already auctioned
Beko 7kg/1400 Spin Washing Machine £186.98 delivered @ Very
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A cheap wm, 3 months 0% finance available, there may also be a voucher code if opening a Very account
Wigwam85112th Jan

I got the cheapest one..indesit. 5kg, 1000 spin. For for a single dude …I got the cheapest one..indesit. 5kg, 1000 spin. For for a single dude it's fine and 40 cheaper


Hi Wigwam851

Can you let me know where you got your 5kg machine from at that price?

cheers
Cold 9kg is only a few quid more 9kg is £199 at AO ao.com/pro…phg
I got the cheapest one..indesit. 5kg, 1000 spin. For for a single dude it's fine and 40 cheaper
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Decent price, have some heat cue everyone moaning about Beko!
Beko Single Oven and Induction Hob £268 @ B&Q
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B&Q say that they have sold this pack for £288 but I've not seen a similar set for this kind of price before. Even on AO.com putting together the same level oven and inductio… Read more
I bought two of these when they were £199 in B&Q in 2016. I have one in a rental and have had no complaints and my mother has the other and is happy. I will be picking one up tomorrow for another rental, just a shame the price is higher!
sneakybifta8th Jan

Induction hobs are awesome. If you're getting new hobs, get induction hobs.


Gas > induction
Excellent deal, picked one up on Wednesday, Carlisle store had none in stock but Penrith had 4 so collected one from there, also used my Papa's diamond card to get an extra 10% off making it £242
Robbo1112 h, 47 m ago

It is very common for single ovens and hobs like these to be installed in …It is very common for single ovens and hobs like these to be installed in the same kitchen workspace where the oven is fitted into a standard single oven base unit with the hob fitted into the kitchen worktop above it. We have a Beko single oven (different model, but same dimensions as this one) and induction hob (different make but same hob dimensions) fitted like that and these can be as well. In fact, apart from fitting above an oven, manufacturers warn you not to install a hob over any other kitchen appliance. Good luck if I've read your post correctly and you did mean that you are thinking of making a unit yourself. I couldn't do that easily and most people who 'DIY' their kitchens just buy a standard self-assembly flat-pack oven housing base unit for their oven and a worktop to fit over it and adjacent units. The worktop cut-out for the hob is not difficult to do using a drill and electric jigsaw while the assembly of the flat-pack unit involves more patience than carpentry skill. Assembling when no one else is in the house and closing all the windows is probably a good idea too unless you really don't care if family and neighbours hear you swear when something doesn't fit where the instructions say it should !


That's good to hear, thank you. I will have a look at the self-assembly work units, but I do enjoy a challenge I must say. I made myself a nice entertainment centre/computer desk all-in-one last year., and if I say so myself it looks pretty good. There are some things I wish were done better, but I had a window of time to do it in, so had to do the best I could with the time allowed... mainly because I had to disassemble my old computer desk and move a LOT of stuff around - if I had had to put stuff back, I would have ended up with only a few hours working each day at most. So I gave myself 2 days to do it in for the actual building of the unit, including stain and varnishing. It's not fancy, but it does what I wanted it to do. I have 3 moveable "units" or modules, All the same height and they form most of the base for holding up the desktop. The rest of the support is take care of with lengths of baton fitted to the wall, and the desktop screws down onto that. The 3 modules are different widths that fit some of my goodies that sit in that entertainment area, such as my servers/NAS's and games consoles. I wanted it like this so that if I wanted to move some stuff around I could. And thios way you don't even have to take stuff from the top of the desktop as long as you move them in the correct sequence so that you still have one unit at each "end" of the desktop. It works very well IMO, and have moved them a bunch of times now when I needed a change to fit with some re-adjusting of my networked devices for instance. I only used 12mm MDF 3* 2440mm sheets for the whole job, and had enough left over to make an additional unit, which is being added to the entertainment area soon... and also I am fixing some stuff that just isn't up to my standards. Mostly that it needs more staining and varnishing to look a little better, and add some more holes for cabling and such. On the desktop I have my main PC, ultra-widescreen monitor and so on... and the other side I have my 55 inch TV, modem/router and a couple of switched etc and it handles the weight very easily. I was a bit annoyed I didn't get to finish it properly to how I envisioned it, but it was my own time-frame that I was working to, and just couldn't afford to spend more time as I needed my OC back up and working, not to mention the things that did need to be on at the same time I was working, and had to work around like the servers, modem/router etc.
I plan things out very thoroughly before starting work.. measure twice cut once as the old saying goes.
Anyway, thank you for the confirmation, I shall have a bash as the cooker is very easily moved as I made sure I had enough cabling so it could be moved and cleaned thoroughly when I put that in... you know how bad cookers can get, lol. That will give me the freedom to measure at will and double check measurements and do test fittings while making it.

Sorry for the wall of text, and TLDR: thank you I shall give it a try
paddy.stone7 h, 26 m ago

Are these easy enough to fit carpentry wise? I have been looking at these …Are these easy enough to fit carpentry wise? I have been looking at these kits for a while now, but always end up doubting my carpentry expertise, lol. Reason I ask is we have only room for a 60-65cm free standing oven, but from the plans it's hard to make out if you could actually use these as a bottom oven with the hob on top, with the required carpentry needed too and gaps I mean.. or is there some reason these can't be used like that?I know they have to have a frame for the oven to sit in, and gaps at rear for cabling and ventilation, also understand that the hob has to sit in a hole made for it, just can't seem to fidn out if they can be used one on top of the other with those things in mind is all. Even if I miss this deal am not worried, would just really like to know if they can be used like that, thanks


It is very common for single ovens and hobs like these to be installed in the same kitchen workspace where the oven is fitted into a standard single oven base unit with the hob fitted into the kitchen worktop above it. We have a Beko single oven (different model, but same dimensions as this one) and induction hob (different make but same hob dimensions) fitted like that and these can be as well. In fact, apart from fitting above an oven, manufacturers warn you not to install a hob over any other kitchen appliance.

Good luck if I've read your post correctly and you did mean that you are thinking of making a unit yourself. I couldn't do that easily and most people who 'DIY' their kitchens just buy a standard self-assembly flat-pack oven housing base unit for their oven and a worktop to fit over it and adjacent units. The worktop cut-out for the hob is not difficult to do using a drill and electric jigsaw while the assembly of the flat-pack unit involves more patience than carpentry skill. Assembling when no one else is in the house and closing all the windows is probably a good idea too unless you really don't care if family and neighbours hear you swear when something doesn't fit where the instructions say it should !
Beko WTG921B2W 9Kg Washing Machine  White £189 @ AO
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Good price for a large 9kg Beko washing machine and free delivery 9kg Drum Fast laundry days – washes a full load in 28 minutes Programme for mixed fabrics Setting for cleani… Read more
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My current beko machine is over 5 years old now and has been faultless, unlike the two zanussi machines which preceded it. They lasted about 18 months each and cost considerably more than the beko. Also the beko seems to wash better too
Edited by: "MrHappy37" 6th Jan
It looks like the Domestic & General guarantee is for 5 years including the manufacturers. So my plan is even cheaper.Much cheaper than a Samsung.Is the washing any better with a Samsung?.I very much doubt it.I am going to order one and store it.
monitor118 m ago

Buy it with a 4 year parts and labour guarantee direct from Domestic & …Buy it with a 4 year parts and labour guarantee direct from Domestic & General.The guarantee is £122.88p for 4 years.Total for washing machine and guarantee is £311.88p for 4 years peace of mind.£1.65 a week maximum price for 4 years washing is a bargain in my mind.Hot.


If you're going to spend that much, you're getting into Samsung and LG territory which are both currently offering free 5 year warranties. Far superior washers and likely to last way beyond that warranty period.
Buy it with a 4 year parts and labour guarantee direct from Domestic & General.The guarantee is £122.88p for 4 years.Total for washing machine and guarantee is £311.88p for 4 years peace of mind.£1.65 a week maximum price for 4 years washing is a bargain in my mind.Hot.
TheHun63 h, 11 m ago

So in the reliability pecking order would you agree it goes something like …So in the reliability pecking order would you agree it goes something like this? 1. Miele 2. Siemens 3.LG 4. Bosch 5. Samsung 6. AEG 7. Other Electrolux Group Washers. What I have noticed lately is other manufacturers following LG's lead of utilising inverter motorsSo should be much quieter with less vibration and more reliable. At the cheaper end of the scale I'd be interested to know if any of the new kids on the block, such as Hisense are any good? Finally, whatever happened to Panasonic? These days, they are hard to find.


Just read a Which? review of a Hisense - said something like 'fails at the basic purpose of a washing machine, ie washing your clothes'. They weren't subtle!
Beko KDVF90K 90cm Dual Fuel Range Cooker in Black £459 with code at co-op electrical
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USE CODE PCK40 Dual Fuel 90cm range cooker with two large ovens and separate grill. In the event of gas flame extinguishing, internal flame safety device cuts off gas supply, for… Read more
"In the event of gas flame extinguishing, internal flame safety device cuts off gas supply, for peace of mind."

Got to love that description in the advert - a legal requirement to be able to sell since 2010.
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Beko DTGC8000W condenser tumble dryer @ coop electrical eBay £189 less 20% (PNY2018 code) £151.20. Be quick expires 6pm.
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Coop eBay £189 less 20% (PNY2018 code) £151.20. Be quick expires 6pm. Reviews good on Argos and John Lewis etc.
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Was gonna say these dryers have been a workhorse in my house. (I'm disabled, have a hubby and 6 kids) so it's on a fair bit. We bought via Currys for a similar price just over a year ago after it replaced a similar one that Currys couldn't get the heating element for so they wrote it off. No issues, good at what it does. We set ours to cupboard dry to try and save a little on electric. Means by the time it's hit the cupboard it's dry. It copes well given my washer is 11kg and the dryer is 8!
Thanks OP, I just got in there on time
Thanks op
Thanks OP. I'm surprised why it hasn't received more heat. I've ordered one too .
Edited by: "Shaz1973" 28th Dec 2017
Thanks for sharing. Just purchased.
BEKO WTB820E1W 8 kg 1200 Spin Washing Machine - White £169 delivered @ Currys
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Spotted this 8kg Beko whilst looking at the 7kg deal posted by surfbabe10, larger machine may suit some people Decent price if you are looking for a budget washing machine and fre… Read more
Now £189
Anyone been let down by Currys' incompetent delivery system?
Good value
Candy,indesit or this one?any recommendation please.....
Beko DFN05R10W 12 place settings Dishwasher £179 @ AO
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Semms good for anyone on a budget and on the lookout at the moment. Reviews looking good as well, and price includes delivery costs too. Only white at this price, the others are be… Read more
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robbiewin9 m ago

Beko dishwashers are cold water fed only, your going do break your machine …Beko dishwashers are cold water fed only, your going do break your machine and then probably blame beko.

It's been going strong for a year so no worries there mate
tollywolly28th Nov

I have this dishwasher and it's excellent. It's plumbed into the my hot …I have this dishwasher and it's excellent. It's plumbed into the my hot water so it costs less to run even though all rinses are done with hot water!


Beko dishwashers are cold water fed only, your going do break your machine and then probably blame beko.
I’m literally just about to buy the silver version of this exact dishwasher from AO. Also buying a Beko washing machine whilst I’m at it as our current Beko machine is nearly 9 years old. Had Beko white goods for years and never ever had a single problem with them. Great value for money!
got this dishwasher last year, pump on it broke but beko sent a engineer out and never had any issues since. works really well.
I have this dishwasher and it's excellent. It's plumbed into the my hot water so it costs less to run even though all rinses are done with hot water!
Beko DC7112W 7kg Condenser Dryer - White was £236.98 Del now £156.98 Del in Very's Cyber Monday Event
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Super price, won't last long at this price so be quick, seems to be £50+ elsewhere. Price includes the £6.99 Delivery charge, so that's factored in, without that the price has drop… Read more
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Anyone's dryer turn up with a broken piece at the back?! -_-
Ok so has anyone had theres delivered ... mine was today plugged it in and used it straight away have found it gets hot and makes my laundry room humid is it just mine ???
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dave181426th Nov

I think I'm going to go for the BEKO DCX83100W for £199 at Currys. Bigger …I think I'm going to go for the BEKO DCX83100W for £199 at Currys. Bigger drum, sensor drying and decent reviews.


Still unsure lol
Nate18723 m ago

It's plug and play. With a condenser the water collects in a container at …It's plug and play. With a condenser the water collects in a container at the bottom of the machine that can be emptied rather than needing an air duct to vent out of the house.


Thanks Mate.
Beko DC7112W 60cm 7Kg Condenser Dryer £169 Co-op ebay Free Delivery
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Great price for anyone that needs a tumble dryer. Tesco are next cheapest at £199.99
Not sure how I got an extra £20 off, it might have been a personal code on my eBay. It just appeared in the voucher's section while I was checking out. Spend £40 or more and get £20 off.
gazzereth261 h, 36 m ago

http://www.very.co.uk/beko-dc7112w-7kg-condenser-dryer-white/1600000387.prdWe've gone for this.


Thanks going to order too
I need this code!
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