All Dryer Discounts, Offers and Sale - July 2020
Cheapest i can see it there is $170.58 for UK, its $122.40 from China but no delivery option - "Cannot Deliver to the UK"
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Care to link it?
Freezing price, its about £50 direct from their aliex shop from the UK
Being Jewish I've never had a problem.
Result 😳 (y)
Well my other half will be happy as i either wipe it on the curtains or use her hair dryer!
Thank god the above item actually exists. I look forward to drier Helmet updates.
As someone who suffers with a constantly moist helmet this looks like a bargain!
Gone up in price?
A shame the red galaxy buds weren't on this offer but got them with the 15% disocunt!
No. Chemicals. Not good for you or the environment, just like fabric softeners, air "fresheners" and so on.
Sorry so you're comparing a washer/dryer to this? I had one once and never again (came with a new build). Ended up using the washer only and drying stuff on a clothes horse. These should be a different league
I have a 2 in 1 LG at moment but the dryer takes hours and is noisy
Yep that’s the one(y)
Er, 249.99, its in the title? Or on the linked page?
https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/beko-dtbc8001w-8-kg-condenser-tumble-dryer-white-currys-with-voucher-3487355 178 quid last week.
The 10kg size was this price without the delivery fee last week.
I picked up this last week from currys £179? Ok so mine is white, but seems pricey sorry
Is that a washer/dryer with a 5 year warranty for £320?
Its crap with 2 yr warranty.. buy Samsung get 5 yrs for 320
Down the soil pipe? So to speak..
Could someone who’s a which member possibly tell me if which recommend this?... save me £1 signing up to read their review(excited)
I ordered a washing machine from Currys PC World eBay on 17 Jun, and whilst I have received email confirmation and an invoice, they have not confirmed the dispatch date. I have sent them a message on eBay (they state they are out of the office until 30 Jun), emailed and tried to call on 0345 5611234 but I've had no luck. Anyone help?
love tearing into an appliance even though I've no real ability. just some rudimentary tools and youtube. if it was fcked to start with and you dont fix it then no loss, but more often than not the fix is out there....
My boss got one second hand for £50 recently and just cleaned out the filter which was blocked. Works amazingly well.
You’d need to strip it down a little to investigate. I’d guess it’s either the front pulley wheels that are worn, at 5m 17 secs, or the tension pulleys at the bottom/back, 8m 50 secs. Don’t be afraid to get into these things, the casings of the machine are all flexible, just take photos as you strip it down. For some parts, like capacitors, if you know where they are, you can even cut an inspection hatch on the side to get easy access using a dremel tool, done that loads of times, saves stripping down. Just use duck tape to attack the cut part back on! 8) But for pulleys, I’d take the top off, front off and have a look see.
Down south and Global warming (lipstick):p
I don’t need a park when I’ve got a garden lol
Next week going to be super nice. 27 degrees. Going to setup the pool for the kids. They can't wait. You are thinking like me though. The parent thing to think is when the weathers nice get the washing done or mow the lawn (:I not go to beach or or the park
I have a garden but waiting on this rain to stop so I can hang my clothes outside. Last week my clothes were out for a total of 10 minutes before I had to run out and save them from the British weather (annoyed)
I did. Thankfully not now (highfive)
Probably live in a house built in the last 30 years then.
Bought a new washer earlier this year and was doing a bit of research and found that a lot of washer driers use more water on the drying function than the washing function. If your on a meter might be worth checking
Made by hisense or haier or beko
Dryer is 5kg if anyone wonders
I went for the Sharp heat pump on Curry's ebay using the same code. A++ model. It came in just under £290 with 2 year warranty. No idea if any good but we need one.
Any other dryer deals going around? Apparently I have to buy one
I bought this back in November last year for £280 and it's been brilliant. For under £240 it's a steal.
Good price for the heat pump, but this is a basic model and reviews aren't that good.
Heat for the heat pump 🔥
It was a beko condenser. Beko came to the house last year as their machines was catching fire. He checked ours said it was one of the safe ones. When it caught fire I checked the seriel number etc in the big filter/trap it wasn't there, the engineer must have scraped it off. Never buy beko
Just ordered both thanks
Sorry to hear. Was it heat pump? Would condenser be safer?
Our beko had a inspection last year, confirmed as not a faulty one. Last month it caught on fire from inside. I will never buy beko again.
Our tumble dryer caught fire last month. So ordered the condenser version of this £152.99 perfect timing. Thanks op
I wouldn't buy an LG washer dryer ever again. The washer worked fine but the dryer constantly filled with fluff and we had to get an engineer out on a regular basis, at least once a year, to replace the fluff container (a non user serviceable part). Five year warranty will be up soon which will render the dryer useless. LG refused to acknowledge this as a design fault and would not provide a permanent fix. LG's no longer a brand I would go for. Sorry, rant over.
I actually just bought the inferior V5 version. No issues whatsoever, washer is great, dryer actually dried my clothes fully so I was impressed. Yes it takes 2-3 hrs to dry a medium load, but heyho its 2 in 1 so I wouldn’t expect it to finish a load as quick as a tumble dryer. After having quite a few bad experiences with WD machines before, I am actually quite impressed with this one.
Had a large capacity LG WD for a few years The wash is OK to Good (New motor done under warranty) The dryer is very poor & takes forever Read the manual there is a hidden sub menu to "Clean Tub" Run this with totally basic dishwasher tablets one in draw one in Tub. This needs to be done regularly. Next one I get will be a return to Miele
I’d be amazed if it use’s a heat pump for the dryer ( just in the sense that I would expect it to cost a lot more ) I’m curious too if anyone knows ?
Is this a condenser or a heat pump?
Very smeg about the 5 year warranty 😏
My costings post above has now been edited.
No I’ve not, and not poo pooing as really like idea of saving energy even if the net benefit is neutral. I have bought many things that won’t save me money for a decade at least lol. I’m going to edit the above power usage as noticed two garments were not fully dry when putting in wardrobe (my misses black sort of Lycra infused heavy cotton) so had to use another 10 mins of drying. But need to work the effect on power out first :)
I found this video where a guy measures using the same load. His vented is using 3x as much.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nh-j0sWBEJA
https://www.lg.com/uk/5yearwarranty#none A 5 second Google search
Could you link me to that promotion please
No its not LG have run a promotion and this model number is on it for the 5yrs this is the 2nd one I've bought I will register this one over the weekend
It's a paid protection service plan for anything over 2 years I think.
Register the product with LG and you receive a 5yr warranty, I think it's a 2 step process so you have to verify the email they send
Anyone bought this
Anyone bought thus
It's quite annoying that I just paid 370 for this in white last week and all my other appliances are black lol Also: best dryer on a Washer/Dryer I have ever had, works as well as most dryers.
9Kg wash and 6Kg Dry
Whats a 9+6kg washing machine?
There are many ways in which to afford items for all.
I agree with what you have said but also disagree. Not many people can afford 'another'payment plan especially if they have a mortgage, family to support, other payment plans and most importantly the current climate. If they can get something cheaper with 2+ years warranty, they have that time to pay off their other finances/debts and then look for a more expensive brand.
My point remains; the above is irrelevant for those who simply can't afford "better" brands.
There will always be anecdotal wins and losses but the stats are that the brand with a better reputation have so because their failure rate is lower, the industry stats prove this. In addition you’ll usually find if you do have a problem you will be better looked after by them. Ask yourself, what to Sharp produce themselves? How many engineers do they employ or train? How long are parts available for? You can always buy cheap, but you will on average pay more over time and enjoy an inferior product too. Many retailers such as AO.com offer interest finance to help with the trade up to better quality machines so they can be affordable to most.
Comparing to the Ga.ma IQ and Dyson supersonic? (Regardless of budget)
They throw out hot air and dry your hair other than that as with .most things its marketing hype to make you pay more and yes that includes me. If you are a professional a DC motor will give you a more robust product . Its horses for courses check the power you need and as with anything if you use the hairdryer a lot pay for a decent brand other than its all hot air
Does anyone know any technical details about hairdryers? I've tried to research them for longer than I ever meant to. Nobody seems to mention what makes a hair drier good or bad. All you get are shallow tabloid reviews about 'shiny-ness' and 'speediness' and 'ionic' which is used to describe pretty much all hairdryers. Like what electronic parts or bearings or motors are used in these things and why are some better than others? Nobody seems to scientifically break these things down, like an engineering teardown and manufacturing explanation. I'm looking for the sort of Louis Rossman or AV Forums but for hairdryers basically. Does that exist? I know GHD's are great, I own and use a GHD hairdryer, they sound quieter and deeper and more refined, they make your hair nice in a way that is hard to articulate and they do it quicker than all the cheap tat hairdryers. They also feel more solid and heavy. But can someone please tell me why in a way my brain can understand. I've never seen a product as shrouded in mystery as a hairdryer. I just have to trust that because it's expensive it's good and as a HUKD member I can't stand not knowing.
...also just noticed - your deal is for the Air Dryer - not the NEW Helios ;)
Hi. I have not seen it as my girlfriend is only after a hair dryer (the Dyson just died). I think most people will appreciate saving £60.00 if straighteners are not required :)
It says Smeg on the front, so my guess is that Smeg make them.
Who makes these? Looks like an Electrolux?
I have a lot of Smeg on my worktop but nothing underneath.
Good price for a well made premium product.
Has anyone been successful in being able to add their details to the warranty page? Cramton and Moore said I should be able to do it here, but it just isn't working; You will be able to register your 5 year warranty below: https://help.smeguk.com/app/warranties/register It fails every time, but doesn't give a reason. Any genuine help appreciated. Ta
I am happy with my Gorenje as well.
Yes. Tumble dryers evaporate the water in the clothes then either condense it or vent it to the outside. Condensing can be done in a number of ways. A heat pump is the most efficient as it takes the heat energy from the hot most air and uses it to heat the clothes. Less energy is wasted into the room. One other consideration is condensation efficiency. This dryer has 89% which isn't bad, but it means out of all the water in the clothes, 11% finds its way into the air. Some dryers have condensation efficiencies of 94%, which puts 6%, about half the water back into the room. If you have a well ventilated room, this will not matter.
It gets better, Arcelik is just a part of a large conglomerate called Kok Holding. I would live to buy a Smeg and an Arcelik from Kok Holdings!
Also available in John Lewis at the same price. https://www.johnlewis.com/hoover-hlv10lg-vented-tumble-dryer-10kg-load-c-energy-rating-white/p4747272
Are you sure? According to the Hoover site the only difference is the display. LG - LED lights DG - digital panel
LG and DG model differences : LG | DG SENSOR DRY Yes No WOOLMARK APPROVED No Yes START DELAY OPTIONS Yes as a button (3h, 6h or 9h) Yes as Button (Up to 24 h.)