All Tumble Dryer Discounts, Offers and Sale - June 2019
Perfect, many thanks.
£280 direct from their site . If you have already bought an item from AO and hoping they will give the difference rather than playing the cancel game. they can't and you will need to cancel and reorder as according to them ebay are funding the difference
£300 most places. So, only the code is the deal!
Some might suggest BOSCH is expensive for what you get, but my current washing machine and drier are both over 20 years old, and going strong. The washing machine has required some basic maintenance (belt, drum springs, door seal and motor brushes) but it leads a hard life,(all these can be blamed on overloading, or stupid stuff like sticking an underlined bra!) I've never had problems getting spares, and did all the work myself Hot - you gets what you pays
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That's interesting, thanks. WHat did you use to measure it please? Presumably some kind of smart plug, since it's showing on a phone app?
This is my a++ rated Samsung dv95000m. Takes longer to dry but pulls 600w where as my Siemens b rated pulled 2.1kw and usually stood about 2.79 on most times using it where as above you can see today’s 8kg wash cycle drying energy use.
Nothing wrong with BEKO, but something amiss when you try and hide behind other brands.
so misleading.... Grundig Customer Services Beko plc 1 Greenhill Crescent Watford Herts, WD18 8QU I would not buy this out of principle
I have a Bosch Heat Pump dryer very similar to this one and its brilliant. Rarely takes more than an hour to dry a full load (inc towels) and has a variety of settings to what drying levels you want. Also has a self cleaning condenser and can be plumbed into the drain. I literally just have to clear the fluff and its ready for the next run.
Many thanks! Just ordered with code LKA10A
This ‘un http://www.cramptonandmoore.co.uk/large-appliances/laundry/tumble-dryers/samsung-dv80m5013qw-8kg-white-heat-pump-tumble-dryer.html
I’m so confused right now but I love it
Ignoring those over £550 or condenser... Grundig GTN38250HGF Bosch WTW85493GB Beko DTBP9001W Beko Pro DHX93460W Blomberg LTS2932W Blomberg LTH3842W John Lewis JLTDH23
Arrived today. Delivery drivers didn't mention anything about collecting an old one. Thanks again op!
I used the code whilst using a mobile browser and the price reduced by £60, so I paid £259. Not sure if it's a glitch that happened due to using my phone or for another reason, but I thought I'd mention it
Whichever brand you buy, definitely get a reliable heat pump one. With that kind of usage, you'll make savings pretty quickly.
My 7 year old beko gave up in December last year, had been faultless for those 7 years so bought another Beko from John Lewis. Wouldn't have any hesitation in recommending them.
Got from B and Q only 1 year warranty :( got a chest freezer now with 5 years warranty. JL are very good,fixed my telly at 4 years old (y)
Thanks, it's an interesting read but from what I can see 6 years is just the amount of time the customer has to claim there was a fault at time of manufacture if the fault develops more than 6 months after buying it. This is regardless of the length of the warranty the customer was given. Unfortunately the legal/engineering costs to prove this would typically be prohibitive as a standard consumer/customer for low range items - I suppose mid/high-end stuff might be worth pursuing though?
Have a read of this https://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/advice/what-do-i-do-if-i-have-a-faulty-product
I get that - but ao sold you an appliance with a 12m warranty, not a 5 year warranty. Unfortunately, if it lasted at least 12 months then that’s exactly what they did (by the book). I don’t know much about the 5 year malarkey but as it’s not offered everywhere then I’m guessing it isn’t an obligation or mandatory, and it’s up to the retailer on ad hoc basis. Ultimately sony is at fault for making a product with short lifespan - planned obsolescence really annoys me.
Well yes.. the retailer is legally responsible to supply a product fit for purpose and that’s european law.. John Lewis And richer sounds offer 5 years for free as they follow their obligations.. a tv / washing machine / oven should last longer than a 12m warranty and you are entitled to compensation up to 5 years for these products.. even curry’s have paid me out for a failed 3 year old oven AO wouldn’t honour a failed Sony surround speaker after 13 months Found outs it’s a common fault with the model but they wouldn’t have it
AO are brilliant in my book
What if you have got a tumble dryer?
£1.50 at Wilkos at the moment!
That's what I thought Not sure how heat pump ones performing
Great price but the 10kg model is out of stock
Yes, it would - but it uses astonishing amounts of energy to do so.
Mines vented and i would buy another vented one if it broke. Had one of these heat pump ones a couple of years ago. Not sure if theyre any better but the one i had, an AEG was terrible. Took about 3 hours to dry clothes and they were never dry. My trusted old, white knight one which is 9 years old, takes about 1-1.5 hours and the clothes are bone dry.
Great price but they don't deliver to NI.
This a good deal, is this still running ?
yes its on the payment page
Where do you put the discount code in on the website please.Do you have to click buy it now first, cheers
Mine arrived this morning! (highfive)
135 is vented . Condenser is 159 with discount £16 more then candy as I mentioned above :D
Really good price and decent dryer. paid 190 for it a month ago
Annual Energy Consumption (kWh/year): 514 Energy Consumption per cycle (kWh/cycle)4.2 An awful lot, just like all vented models. Mind you, this is a very basic model with a timer only and no sensor drying.
yes, free delivery
Good price for the size load. Is this for delivery too?
hot - do these cost much to run?
Does the Reverse Action make the clothes wetter? :)
worked for me thanks, just reload page
Link goes to error page.
burn, baby, burn
Hotpoint - no thanks!
That's what she said :D
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Stop looking in the mirror
Why is it so ugly
Still active (y)
Back in stock
I can’t find it either, expired ?
Great Thanks for posting op (y)
do i get money back on co op csrsy
I had a John Lewis one a couple of years back and it was awful. wouldn't dry anything properly, all the clothes were damp after hours of being in it, got my money back and went back to a vented dryer which is superb and clothes are bone dry within an hour.
Go away. Muted.
You later said your dryers were AEG, rebranded or not. How does this have any relations to this Beko brand? The clue is in the name. Even Which? state that "It’s not unusual to see a heat-pump dryer take an extra 10 minutes per kg of clothes in comparison with a vented or condenser dryer – that’s more than an hour per load for a 7kg capacity dryer" So to answer your initial question, I and others on HUKD, have experienced longer cycles and they do not come out bone dry. In any case, I'll take your advice with a pinch of salt because of the manner you present it so matter of factly.
What are you on about, that has no relation to anything I said!
In which case, it wasn't Hotpoint nor indesit fault for causing the fires but customers who didn't read the manuals or heed the words of said range 5C to 35C. Oh shucks. Eta: sarcasm if you didn't realize... Yes the case was more to do with vented dryers, mechanical faults and people not cleaning out the lint.
Anyone know if any of their tvs have chroma 4:4:4?
Hi, I guess your either lucky or not when you buy an electrical item - regardless of manufacturer - glad your hitachi has lasted so long - sorry to hear your item was out of stock - good luck and best wishes with your new tv search:)
The Playstation classic has been pushed up to £89 before discount. Waste of time now.
You can have also a further 1% saving using quidco. (y)
Saying that I have a 32" Hitachi TV for the bedroom that I bought in 2013/2014 and it's still going strong! So confusing knowing what to buy with all the differing opinions. And now I've hesitated.. it's out of stock, doh!
Which tumble dryers do Which? recommend? I need one that's condenser or heat pump, with a low heat button option.
Yes they take longer, but they are much more efficient. If you can live with the time taken, it's still worth it. The time doesn't bother me as I usually tumble dry overnight on economy 7.
I wouldn't waste your money on a heat pump dryer as they take too long to dry. Istill don't understand how something that takes longer to dry can get a good energy rating. Just buy a better brand condenser
I really wanted a heat pump as they've come down it price, but mine is in a shed which can cause problems due to low ambient temperature :(
I have the same dryer, and I’ve had no problems with it whatsoever, it’s not too noisy, drys clothes really well, no problem with excess moisture, the water tank is easily accessible, the only criticism I have is, that you have to remove the door to the tank rather than it just been hinged