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Help! Going crazy trying to choose the perfect tumble dryer!

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Loletta Fri 03-Jun-16 16:30:38

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Loletta Fri 03-Jun-16 20:44:21

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Ambivalence Sat 04-Jun-16 00:34:46

I don't know about tumble dryers but suggest you sign up to can trial for a month for £1 and read ther reviews...that's what I am doing.

They seem to think Miele is value for money as you get 10 year warranty

the reverse Action is to stop tangles?

bakeoffcake Sat 04-Jun-16 00:45:04

My bosh is brilliant, not had any issues with it and it's 13 years old and used regularly. But it does have a reverse action.

How much is the Miele?

bakeoffcake Sat 04-Jun-16 00:45:43

Sorry Bosch

FeckTheMagicDragon Sat 04-Jun-16 00:55:26

Bosch WTW87560GB Condenser
Is what I bought a couple of months ago. Drys a full load of towels, easy to empty, quiet, double fluff filters and quiet. But yes, expensive!

Fluffycloudland77 Sat 04-Jun-16 10:00:10

This one, with the cashback it's as cheap as the Bosch. The white door should be better insulated too so you aren't paying for lost heat.

Missingsleepandthecat Sat 04-Jun-16 15:00:07

Miele, solid, quick and quiet (well, DS's one is)
Bosch/siemens are also pretty good too, (helpful...)

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sat 04-Jun-16 15:03:34

Meile. My last one lasted 13 years with daily use.

concertplayer Sun 05-Jun-16 10:44:41

W/machines and dryers are appliances most likely to go wrong so having
a long guarantee helps.
JL JLTDH18 seems to be the best value at c£450 As ever though I would
usually advise to choose a couple of models and then see if you can get
them cheaper -especially in the Jan sales!

midnightmoomoo Sun 05-Jun-16 18:34:37

Not quite what you asked, but I have a hotpoint that's 13 years old still good as new!
I'd rather like to change it for a Bosch to match my washing machine though but it seems too much of a waste when there's nothing wrong with it. The simpler the machine the less likely to go wrong.

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