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BEKO DTBP9001W 9 kg Heat Pump Tumble Dryer - White at Currys for £349 (329 using code)
Found 13th JanFound 13th Jan
BEKO DTBP9001W 9 kg Heat Pump Tumble Dryer This dryer received 72% mark from Which, it uses the new heat pump technology RRP at 430£ £20 off with the code LKA20R (Credit to devin… Read more

They take twice as long in some cases but only use half if not less power. They're also kinder to your clothes as they don't get as hot etc. Also as no element their is far less chance of a fire.


You have to do a lot of cycles to recup the initial outlay, for a large family I say maybe for small, I don’t see a financial benefit, especially for more expensive stuff


Factor in amount of times you run a load twice when overfilled


How do these heat pump dryers compare to condensing machines?


I got the 7KG version when it was 249 a little while ago and I have no complaints so far, seems to do a great job.

CSC9DF 9kg Load Condenser Sensor Tumble Dryer with Smart Touch £199.99 / £206.98 delivered @ Very
Found 11th JanFound 11th Jan
E xcellent price for a 9kg Condensing Tymber dryer. Was £289.99. £6.99 delivery.
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Just got rid of a condenser dryer in favour of a washer dryer, will never go back for any price.


Yeah it’s a great dryer, fairly quiet, dries clothes well and the water tank is a good size, can do 2/3 loads without emptying it


Any good??


I paid £189.99 before Xmas, so cold from me


Same price everywhere

GRUNDIG ExpressDry GTN38267GCW Heat Pump Tumble Dryer - White £468 @ Currys
Found 5th JanFound 5th Jan
Grundig Energy Efficient Tumble Dryer Capacity: 8 kg Energy rating: A+++ Sensor drying Five-year manufacturer’s guarantee Item was £629 and is now on sale at £520. A further… Read more

£468 for a A+++ rated 8kg sensor tumble dryer with 5 year guarantee sounds good


My dryer is in the garage, so I couldn’t care less about heat radiation from the unit. I reckon we do a load of drying per day also, so if the maths above is correct, id break even after about 15 months. Seems like a good option


Apparently it takes around 11 years to recap the extra expense


I know, but thought i would give their opinion a heads-up, It's slow, taking almost half an hour per kilo of cottons on the cupboard-dry setting. The sensors aren't very accurate, so clothes are still too damp when the buzzer sounds, and shirts come out of the drum with plenty of creases. They're not dried evenly either, so you'll find a few soggy patches, even when other things seem dry. This is a noisy machine, and considering the lengthy programs, you'll have to put up with the racket for a long time. It's hard to clean the lint filter without spreading fluff all over the place. Should I buy it? No. Its cheap running costs are nowhere near enough to make up for such a bad performance, and this dryer is Don't Buy.


Doesn't sound great going by that. I googled reviews and they seemed generally OK. I've not had much confidence in which since they recommended the Nokia N97 over the iPhone, by far the worst phone I've ever owned.

Hoover DX C10TCEB-80 Freestanding Condenser Tumble Dryer with NFC, 10kg Load, B Energy Rating, Black £279 @ John lewis & partners
Found 28th Dec 2018Found 28th Dec 2018
Good deal I thought.. for a 10KG with, blurb below The sophisticated and stylish Hoover DX C10TCEB-80 Freestanding, 10kg, Condenser Tumble Dryer is equipped with an extra-large p… Read more

Yup ... Kudos to @ellenw thanks mate saved me another £40 (y) love it when this site works


That said I think you can use the same code on the identical model https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Hoover-Aqua-Vision-DXC10TCEB-80-B-Rated-10kg-Condenser-Dryer-in-Black/142528500659 Then Add the POWPOW15


Nice price! the only real difference is NFC and the water reservoir in the door plus a few additional programmes (you can compare em both on AO.com)


Compared White Dynamic Next DX C10DE 10 kg £229.50 code POWPOW15 https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/HOOVER-Dynamic-Next-DX-C10DE-Smart-10-kg-Condenser-Tumble-Dryer-White-Currys/112517002493?epid=25011027618&hash=item1a328934fd:g:4~gAAOSwwxlZitzQ:rk:4:pf:0 I can't see a difference apart from colour


£269 for white from AO https://ao.com/product/dxc10tg-hoover-dynamic-next-condenser-tumble-dryer-white-49147-18.aspx £330 from Currys (not sure how long it was on for £429 other than a cheky month) https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/household-appliances/laundry/tumble-dryers/hoover-dynamic-next-dx-c10dceb-nfc-10-kg-condenser-tumble-dryer-black-10163437-pdt.html

White Knight 8kg Multifunction Condensing Tumble Dryer £ 219.99 - Free delivery @ Robert Dyas
Found 14th Dec 2018Found 14th Dec 2018
257.99 - 219.99 Had this before. Decent condenser dryer for the price and features B class energy efficiency 8kg capacity 12 wash programs Anti-crease function De… Read more

If anyone in West Yorkshire, there's a white knight factory outlet at their head quarters. I picked this up for £157 last year. It was graded b because there was a letter missing on 1 of the programmes


My dad’s White Knight tumble dryer is still working flawlessly...he purchased it in the late 1980’s. Excellent product


Does anyone actually own this model? If so what is it like? Quite a few mixed reviews about.


I can't find the review now but it calculates the money you save for electricity for over 3 years could only compensate for the extra money you pay for a heat pump. Considering the interest of the money, being an accountant, I don't think it's worth investing in something that could save you over the long run. I prefer an immediate profit provided it's safe and gets the job done ;)


It does take slightly longer - but not overly so (about 15 mins on average in my experience) - the moisture sensor means it allways stops before the preset time elapses. The reviews ive read say that the difference is still a lot better in energy efficiency even factoring the extra time. Had mine 6 months and its been brilliant.

Beko DRVT71W 7kg Vented Tumble Dryer with Reverse Action in White £130.50 w/code @ Co-op electrical ebay
Found 14th Dec 2018Found 14th Dec 2018
The Beko DRVT71W Vented Tumble Dryer in White is great for any household. It can take a load of upto 7kg making it especially perfect for those with more than one person in the hom… Read more

This vents at the rear so needs hole in wall for exhaust.


Wow, that is ugly. Can't decide if it reminds me of a TV from the 70's or an oven. Appears to be a good price. Heat from me.

grade A2 4kg front vented tumble dryer £103.25 delivered @ appliancesdirect
Found 13th Dec 2018Found 13th Dec 2018
grade A2 apparently means it can have minor dents & scuffs (dont care personally as long as it works & is guaranteed ) just bought one of these myself - must have a few in… Read more
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Brilliant! (lol) (lol) (lol)


This type of drier has been available for over 20 years (possibly longer, I can't remember). A good little drier for a single person who has less to dry.


you mean one of these https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Brand-New-Household-Portable-Mini-Clothes-Dryer-Air-O-Dry-Foldable-Dryer-Rack-UK/183487553585


We had one, they are terrible machines that blow dust and fibres all around your house not to mention the condensation and to top it all off the belt snaps or slips after a while It's almost useless so , buy yourself a cheap but powerful hairdryer put all the wet laundry in a laundry bin and....


Never heard of front vented dryers, at a guess it's for small flats that wouldn't normally have the space and outlet for the vent? Then again that's what condensing dryers are for so looks to be a niche product.

Hoover HLC10DF 10KG Condenser Dryer B Rated £177.70 / Candy CSV9DF 9kg Vented Tumble Dryer £179.99 @ Marks Electrical
Found 26th Nov 2018Found 26th Nov 2018
10% discount applied at checkout SENSOR DRYING SYSTEM Sensor drying system uses sensors to monitor moisture and temperature levels inside the dryer and automatically stops when it… Read more

It says free delivery for me to the ground floor, 2 man delivery is £29.99 Depends on where you live as well, it says *Please note: charges may apply to some outlying areas


£29.99 delivery charge gets sneaked in even though it states free delivery

GRUNDIG 8 kg Heat Pump Tumble Dryer - Black with 5 years guarantee £449 @ Currys
Found 25th Nov 2018Found 25th Nov 2018
Capacity: 8 kg - Energy rating: A++ 3-year parts and labour guarantee, extend to 5 years for FREE Unknown name for Dryers but Heat Pump technology, what sold it for me was 5 y… Read more

Thanks guys. I'm not really aware what the better brands are and was just wondering if at this price point (~£400 for an 8kg heat pump td) this is something to go for.


Grundig(currys only) are beefed up BEKO with 5y warranty. When I researched the spec/price/value point made these a very good choice. Been great and has worked in a garage for a couple of winters now. The HGC has better condenser efficiency(91% v 85%) and lower power(230 v 235) use than the MGC. £400+- is the going rate for these The newer hybrid ones are probably better but a lot more so value is not there yet.


Yes that's the one. We've only had it a few days (delivered Monday) so it's early to say but so far so good. It's quieter than the machine it replaced, takes about the same time, and clothes come out completely dry. UI is easy to use. I'm not 100% sold on the look of it (very shiny door surround) and it's deeper than our old one (so doesn't fit under our unit as well - be sure to measure before buying).


Is the one you got the GTN38250HGCW? Would you recommend it?


On the Curry's site I did a compare Products, there were differences... I guess the main componants were the same but the dispaly and buttons are different ie LED display on the newer one.

Beko DRVT71W 7kg Vented Tumble Dryer in White £154 delivered @ Co-op Electrical Ebay (5% quidco)
Found 25th Nov 2018Found 25th Nov 2018
This tumble dryer has 8 programmes to choose from including a two-hour anti-creasing programme, a “freshen up” programme, and a selection of timer programmes. You can adjust the ti… Read more

With the exception of Heat Pump dryers, Condenser dryers tend to cost more to run. They also take longer to dry. https://www.which.co.uk/reviews/tumble-dryers/article/tumble-dryer-faqs#condenserbetterthanvented


B rated more expensive to run then C?


Yes but vented will dry in less than half the time of a condenser model. We have a condenser now but if I could get a vent in the wall I would switch back. We also find the B rated condenser more expensive to run too


I think you have to add delivery at £4.99, there's no free option.


It doesn't make sense anymore to buy vented tumble dryers when condenser ones aren't that much more in price. I have condenser (B rated) and even that sucks out fair amount of electricity. These are C rated and will be more power hungry. If you have decent bugdet obviously heat pump would be cheapest to run but next best option is condenser. They will payback in running costs over long run.

BEKO DTBC8001W 8 kg Condenser Tumble Dryer - White £179.10 w/code @ Currys
Found 23rd Nov 2018Found 23rd Nov 2018
10% off Selected Tumble Dryer Orders at Currys PC World w/code TUMBLE10 Sensor programs prevent over-drying - Automatic anti-creasing for easier ironing - Large door for easy … Read more

Thank you!


The code has expired but you can get this one from hughes for £188.10 with code BEKO10 (expires 28/11/18) https://www.hughes.co.uk/product/kitchen-appliances/laundry/tumble-dryer/beko/dtgc8000w


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We bought this on Friday in store, as the offer on line said you could add the discount at the till if you reserved & collected. At the till the sales assistant said he’d never heard off it and wouldn’t apply it, so we had to pay £199 for it


Had Beko dryer, never again as had nothing but issues. Final nail in coffin was the belt snapping. Due to the design it took ages to get the belt back on and then that snapped too

Hotpoint TDHP871RP  8kg heat pump A+ tumble dryer £282.60 Delivered on Amazon sold by Hughes Direct.  Black Friday
Found 23rd Nov 2018Found 23rd Nov 2018
The lowest price 8KG heat pump dryer I could find. The 10% deal was automatically added. (y) The Amazon customer service is great too as always.

3 hours? My radiators work quicker than that!


why is it on -12oC?


At checkout it does the discount.


https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/beko-heat-pump-tumble-dryer-a-rated-dtbp7001w-7kg-239-appliances-direct-which-recommended-3111720 if you only need 7kg


Thanks. Ordered.

10% off Tumble Dryers at AO with code BFTUMBLE10 Eg Hotpoint Aquarius TVFM70BGP 7Kg Vented Tumble Dryer - White £146.70 w/code @ AO
Found 22nd Nov 2018Found 22nd Nov 2018
7kg drum capacity - great for medium-sized households Special drum action reduces creasing in your clothes Dedicated setting takes care of synthetic fabrics Large porthole - makes … Read more

I cant find those cheaper anywhere, but there might be 10% off on ebay for cyber monday or something, then you could get the samsung one from ao on ebay


With the 10% off I was looking at this Samsung: https://ao.com/product/dv80m50133w-samsung-heat-pump-tumble-dryer-white-46354-126.aspx My other thought was this Bosch from JL: https://www.johnlewis.com/bosch-wtw85470gb-condenser-tumble-dryer-with-heat-pump-8kg-load-a-energy-rating-white/p3227231


Which dryer is it that you want?


AO still had the 10% code live this morning, I waited thinking I could order later on today and now there is only a £30 off code (I was looking at a £600 dryer so not so good). Will wait for Monday, but I might be bust until the January sales now!


Currys doing 10% off dryers as well, also ending today. So hard to tell when the offers have peaked!

Beko DCB93166W Condenser Tumble Dryer, 9kg at John Lewis & Partners for £249
Found 22nd Nov 2018Found 22nd Nov 2018
Cheapest this has been and has a good review on Which. From John Lewis too so good customer service.
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Expired - now £309




Just ordered - hope it’s good! Thanks!


I recently bought a similar beko, but it didn't have a low heat button. So you can't do a cotton cycle on low heat, and if you put cottons on a synthetic cycle you are left with wet clothes. This model also doesn't have a low heat option. This is a great price but just a consideration if you have lots of cotton items that require a low tumble dry.

Beko Heat Pump Tumble Dryer A+ Rated DTBP7001W 7kg - £239 @ Appliances Direct, Which Recommended
Found 21st Nov 2018Found 21st Nov 2018
It's even cheaper now from Appliance Direct and you might be able to combo it up with a Which trial to save a further £14 for £224 delivered! I paid £274 last week.. (annoyed) N… Read more
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Any advice on avoiding £19.95 delivery charges please?




I think we were both right on these parts, just talking about different things. This video makes it clear:


OK, let's summarise this: On a cold day, when central heating is on, a condensing dryer is more efficient than a vented dryer. While it may use a little more electricity through the plug socket, much of the energy it uses is released as heat into the home which reduces the need for central heating. On a warm day, when the central heating isn't needed, many of the benefits of a condenser are lost. You're liked to open a window to let the heat out. A vented tumble dryer would use less electricity and be more efficient than a condensing dryer. However, on a warm day you can dry your clothing on the washing line - so you don't need to use a tumble dryer at all. Unless it rains. So if you live in a warm climate that is always wet, a vented dryer may be more efficient, otherwise a condensing dryer is likely to be beneficial. A heat pump dryer will use less energy than both of them and will always be more efficient. It's also, statistically, the safest type of dryer. Given the average grid mix of electricity in the UK for many years now, it's more eco friendly to use electricity than gas for this purpose once you take all factors into account. A heat pump dryer will beat it hands down.


An evaporator turns the refrigerant in the heat pump to gas, absorbing heat from the surroundings, in this case the warm humid air that passes over it, causing the water vapour to condense. You won't find one in a conventional condenser dryer. A conventional condenser uses a heat exchanger, or condenser if you prefer, cooled by either room temperature air blown through it, or cold water from the supply (more common in washer dryers where the space for fans, a heat exchanger and water tank is limited) . ro53ben5 h, 26 m ago"While conventional tumble dryers release the hot air used to dry to clothes, heat pump technology conserves and reuses it."This is actually a function of a condensing dryer, not specific to heat pumps. That's not correct, a conventional condensing dryer does not conserve the hot air, it releases the heat extracted from the hot moist air by its heat exchanger as waste hot air into the room, or if water cooled, as warm water down the drain and uses an electric element to reheat the recirculated less humid cooled air. So while in does recirculate the air it does not conserve the heat. Only a heat pump extracts the heat from the moist air to remove the moisture and releases it back to reheat the recirculated air.

Candy CSC9LF 9KG Sensor Dry Condenser Tumble Dryer £199.99 Argos
Found 21st Nov 2018Found 21st Nov 2018
9kg condensor dryer
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I’d be sending that back if drum not right? I’ve had a Candy Grand o condensing dryer for a few years now and it’s been great, was to,d the water tank being at the bottom is a better design (engineer advice). I’m sure candy would come & see yours to make sure it’s ok?


I have this tumble dryer and really don't like it, the flap at the bottom is very weak and I think will break easily, the water bottle is in the flap and on the floor, water does escape from the tumble and with mine the drum seems to be not straight as every turn the drum makes a loud noise and it's only a month old, it does dry the clothes well but I wouldn't recommend the overall product design more cons than pros


Link doesn't work. Edit - I think the site is being funny not the link

Hotpoint SUTCD97B6P 9kg Ultima S-Line Condenser Tumble Dryer £227.99 w/code @ Hotpoint Clearance Store
Found 19th Nov 2018Found 19th Nov 2018
Right now you can get an extra 20% off the Hotpoint SUTCD97B6P kg Ultima S-Line Condenser Tumble Dryer with code: SAVE20 You will also get the Free Removal of your old Machine and… Read more

Really do appreciate you taking the time to do that but your links are washing machines not tumble dryers..


search is hopeless on here, sometimes you have to go a google seach, but search for samsung wash brings up a load of them. This one is £102 more, which is less than a call out which I seem to remember is now £125, its only 8KG against the 9 here but would be enough for most and a kilo isnt that much in cloths anyway. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ecobubble-ww80j5555dw-8kg-1400-spin-washing-machine-white-or-graphite-for-329-wcode-delivered-currys-5-yrs-guarantee-3105614 9kg a little more https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ecobubble-ww90j5456fx-9kg-1400-spin-washing-machine-in-graphite-with-5-year-guarantee-now-35910-delivered-with-code-currys-3099900


Had a search there’s a washer dryer and that’s it. So this is a good deal cheers o.p


just have a search on here, the samsungs are very good and most have 5 year warranties


Do you have a link?

Beko heat pump A+ tumble dryer £249 @ Co Op eBay
Found 17th Nov 2018Found 17th Nov 2018
Co-op ebay are selling this tumble dryer at the same price at the co op member price the other day so if you missed It then you have an opportunity now.
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Thanks, bought it!


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

Early Black Friday Deals - Beko 7Kg A+ Heat Pump Tumble Dryer £233.99 delivered @ Co-op Electrical w/code (More in OP)
Found 15th Nov 2018Found 15th Nov 2018
Nice discount on this again, it's actaully cheaper than it was on Member's week, which was £249 with code. I'll update this post with any other bits I find as well, as I'd imagine … Read more

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? :(

Beko 7Kg A+ Heat Pump Tumble Dryer in White DTBP7001W - £249 down from £319
Found 13th Nov 2018Found 13th Nov 2018
membership only costs £1 if you don't already have one £290 on appliance direct, members week for co-op ends tomorrow. £244.01 plus £4.99 delivery (saturdays included)

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.

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