Add in future labour charges or warranty of £100+ and this becomes an expensive machine.
All Dryer Discounts, Offers and Sale - November 2018
Can't seem to get it up for that price it comes up at £275 ...help😥
brilliant thanks so much for the first hand information, really appreciated for your kind reply. (y)
Also it comes with 12 months warranty , can i extended at a further date say 6 months down the line , or only at purchase can you extend ?
As a rough guide most heat pump dryers can dry 3 loads for the same cost as 1 load in a b rated condenser
Probably costs around £40-70 per year depending on useage. Compared to a b rated appliance which are often twice that costs. It's 276 kWh against and average of 550+ so it's quite an energy efficient item for its price. It would certainly pay for itself in a few years time.
thanks for sharing @2015_ :)
Heat added.....one happy daughter on christmas day!
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Showing as £49.99 for me
What does that mean in terms of actual cost? It's a shame it's a B as i am really tempted on getting this.
Energy Rating: B
No its still £360 as a member, it may just be a black friday deal for everyone
I'm not a member and it's coming for me a 360 if I make a membership would I be eligible for 100 quid discount and make that 260 ?
EBF35 will bring it down to £360
Thanks for your reply. Yes thats the only difference I noticed too. Tempted to order.
The co-op one has a white door rim and dial and the currys one has chrome (instead of white), spec looks the same
The dryer is down to £239 with Appliances Direct now. Just ordered one for about £243 delivered (with discount from the Which? trial)
No, they are apparently much better and can be used in rooms with no ventilation without causing condensation. So I've read anyway. I'm after one myself and gutted I missed this one.
Shame the price has gone up, we want a new dryer. Does a heat pump chuck out as much heat into the room as a condenser one? Ours is terrible!
Same here but as they just changed the price I don't think I could do the same. Shame.
Hmm yes I can only see the Beko @ £295 then £275 now - they pulled it already? :(
I've expired this as the code doesn't seem to be working any more!
Right price but I need a skinnier dryer 53cm wide max.
Worked for me
Voted cold, 20% off code not valid on appliances
Hi TheKateEscape! I tried the HOME code but it’s saying invalid - is this a new customer deal? Thanks
This is down to £239 with Appliances Direct now. Just ordered one for about £243 delivered (with discount from the Which? trial)
Been keeping my eye out for a energy efficient heat pump dryer and this ticked the box for me So just ordered one. Thanks for posting.
Have a similar model and it has worked flawlessly for the last couple of years
Yes, they take longer to dry but save loads on electric. Yes they can be plumbed in.
It can be plumbed into drainage.
We bought a cheap "gorenje" washing machine on the recommendations of the salesman. 10 plus years later! Okay, I've had to fix the buttons with cocktail sticks on the backs where the Mrs pushes the buttons so hard.. But it's still going strong. The door to the filter is broken, so we've never been able to check it! Remarkable. Value for money really.
It's not a recent model, that's the point the older stuff is ok it's the latest stuff that's too complex & breaks all the time
I have lost count how many times my neighbour has had the Miele repair men out for their washer dryer - twice in the last month that I have noticed, 4 times previously I know about. I bought a Miele washer last year on a spectacularly priced offer from here (https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/double-discount-miele-wkb120-8kg-1600-spin-699-saving-200-further-200-miele-cashback-499-3495-in-co-op-rewards-5-year-warranty-co-op-electrical-members-only-2823178 at effectively 460 quid!), and so far it has been OK, and the price was breathtaking, but I am no particular fan, it has it's negative points and I don't rate it as good as my previous Siemens machine for quality - it came with a 5 year warranty, and wouldn't dream of buying one (of any make) without these days!
My folks have had their mele dishwasher for...well... I can't even remember how long! 15 years? Longer than that I think? Rock solid. The water inlet pipes had to be replaced as they became brittle and leaked...otherwise. Rock solid. I have heard that delivery guys of white goods hate having to take away miele machines as they are so heavy...and so well put together. But, it's possible that quality might of gone down on newer products. Are heat pumps dryers still a new technology with bugs?
I've been looking at a few washer dryers recently. Haven't seen anyone thats better that A. A is the best ive seen or am I searching the wrong stores.
Noticed that ao.com gives dB values for their products. Can't seem to find anything like this for this LG machine. From their website it says you can download additional additional programs, for anybody who had this machine is there a shorter program available which is less than 30mins? Finally, for the combined wash and dry program, how long does that cycle take?
This is what it says in the product description.. This LG washer dryer is powered by an Inverter Direct Drive motor, which ensures it is quiet running and reliable.
Thinking of getting this, anybody know how noisy it is?
A is pretty rubbish these days...it's like coming 4th. Only there are actually hundreds better. Current ratings are: A+++ A++ A+ A B I personally think they should update the whole system as an A rating leaves people confused into buying what they think is an efficient washing machine that is actually anything but that.
That's a good price for a heat pump Miele. John Lewis sell them for £799! Certainly would have gone for a Miele at the price you paid.
We bought a Miele Heat Pump dryer last year. So much quieter than our previous Hotpoint condenser and with less energy used. It did cost a bit at £560 but we use it most days, unless the sun is with us. No point draping round radiators, they are all on smart schedules. Can’t use airing cupboard as hot water tank is in the loft.
I was ready to spend £600 on a Bosch but only comes with 2 year warranty where as this has a 3 year warranty. Quite a bit cheaper also so thought it was a good deal. The AEG branded machine seem to be around the £600 mark.
I am on to my second heat pump AEG manufactured dryer, the first also lasted over 6 years, the current one (John Lewis own label manufactured by Aeg) has not been so reliable and that's the one drawback, if it works - fine, if it conks out your life will be a misery as "Serviceforce" the AEG repairs network are the weak link! A comedy organisation that wasn't funny to experience: They took TEN WEEKS to fix mine and I lost count of the number of visits and it was away for several weeks of that total 10 weeks - OK, John Lewis gave me substantial compensation for this, but could do nothing directly to get it working any quicker - you will have this problem with any AEG manufactured product including JL own label driers, Electrolux and Zanussi products - fine when they work, disaster when they don't. Even British Leyland could get cars repaired quicker than that!
We have a small cupboard with an clothes airer so with dehumidifier running in there they dry overnight... Works a treat... I am just to cheep to spend on a dryer. Thanks for the reply.
Do you think science is rubbish too mate? I've learnt 'capillarity' at school and that's how I know liquids can travel through narrow spaces within threads. That's how water is absorbed from wet to dry areas where the heating rods are in contact and the process continues until all the water in the clothe is absorbed. The difference between this and the tumble drier is it spins so drying is even
These dried things are crap. We use it when boiler is broken but it literally takes the whole day to dry whatever is on it. Also only dries the part of your clothes that touch the metal bars. Load of rubbish honestly.
Quite expensive but all depends how many hours you have it on for.
Think these cost 20-30p per hour so not too expensive, however I think radiators will be better
The threads conduct water from wet to dry areas where the rods are so it works. The question is how many you can dry
Why is it expired? Runs out at 8pm!
Many thanks, nearly ordered it just for £249 in Curry’s, out for tea now with savings (popcorn)
£219 is the next best price, so don't understand the cold votes. People will miss it as code expires at 8pm. Can't find an equivalent one near the price either!
Badly worded advert. Claims new, but they are a returns company. Also good luck with any repairs after warranty period. We are a return logistics warehouse for the white and brown goods industry, we purchase all of our products directly from the manufacturers we work for.
Wow , that was a good one ... read below if you dont complain about your wasted precious time ,which would have used to cirisice others. Though I posted a deal for others benefit , still wanted to warn everyone about their customer care terms. That shows that i dont anyone else to get that feel. As new ones have discount codes applied and it almost comes close to ex-disp one price. So my friend was not happy. As for the delivery he waited for long and again he cant wait ,since he is struggling without one at home . Well why do i explain all these for such a joker ?
My friend bought an ex demo car in 2016, later they were selling the new car for cheaper. I asked them to give me a match on the price but they didn't. So I have been randomly posting on car related posts ever since to waste your time reading this.
My friend bought a ex display washre dryer 20% cheaper than original. And before getting it delivered , price of the original one went down , So my friend tried to talk to them saying ,"should it not be 20% of the original item as adviced on your site ?" . They said they cant honour it and should be paying same amount . if it was original they might have matched the price ... that is what they said. Well , personally I beleive it would have been nice they honour as its not even delivered.
Excellent customer service/delivery from this company too! Used them myself recently.
Anyone have this? Is it any good?
Don't like ? Don't buy.
It's a cheap dryer... That's deal
Hi guys, So im ordering a LG american fridge from currys UK that cost £1100 but with code LKA10A it brings it down to £989 Now my question is how many currys zeek vouchers can I use to pay online for this? Im new to all this but seen the maximum gift card can buy for currys is £75?? Can i pay with multiple can anyone confirm and whats mt limit can i pay the full £989 with gift cards? Also with Quidco I can save another 8%. If I could get all this it would be a great saving. If anyone can confirm this I appreciate it as I am new. Thanks Brendan
"8% for all LG large kitchen appliances" on Quidco
Sounds the same as Samsung...
2.5% on washing machines at topcashback
2% on zeek vouchers