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    Customer Reviews - Candy ROEH10A2TCE Heat Pump Tumble Dryer White

    Customer Reviews - Candy ROEH10A2TCE Heat Pump Tumble Dryer White

    Candy ROEH10A2TCE Heat Pump Tumble Dryer - White
    £332.50 Ex VAT
    • Türkiye Country Of Origin
    • Iron Dry
    • Sensor Drying
    • Timed Drying Options
    • Dimensions (cm) - H85 x W60 x D60
    4.3 / 5

    Disappointing Machine

    Had this dryer for just over a month and I loathe it, it takes forever to dry and even small amounts of washing rolls up into a ball, I find I’m constantly having to untangle clothes, bedding has to be constantly shaken as it would never dry, usually I try to put one sheet at a time in the dryer, I guess it’s because it doesn’t have a reverse tumble. It’s a lot noisier than my previous tumble and it has proved to be an expensive mistake.
    L Jones

    "Not Good"

    Not sure how this dryer can be rated A++ The first time we used it to dry some towels we had to repeat the cycle 3 time before the towels were dry. I have tried a number of settings and they all seem to take 3 times longer than a hot air dryer. So my guess is it won't last long -also when you press the touch panel it don't seem very responsive. I think I have made an expensive mistake buying this item. We stuck with Candy as we have a washing machine the great.
    Mr Simmons

    Candy heat pump tumble dryer

    The tumble dryer is straight forward to use and does a good enough job however it can be a bit frustrating when drying a small pile of sheets or duvet covers as sometimes tumbles it into a ball so have to take it out and undo it unless I'm doing something wrong but can't see that I but overall I'm still happy with it.
    Simon Benjamin

    Hit and miss

    On the upside this tumble dryer is quite functional thanks to its 10kg load capacity, it is fairly easy to use and it is extremely energy-efficient. On the other hand it is missing the reverse function and the drying sensor doesn't work all the times. In multiple occasion I have to use the recomended 2 and 1/2 hour cycle twice to dry a full load.
    Edoardo Boccini

    Takes WAY TOO LONG to dry clothes.

    Bought as a replacement for a vented dryer. However, it isn't immediately obvious unless you study the user guide that it can take a MINIMUM of four and a half hours to dry a set of bed linen. I know it uses less electricity, but it seems to take FOREVER to dry! Our old dryer died because the bearings were worn out. I doubt this new dryer will last as long, as I expect the bearings to wear out 3 times quicker, considering we need to have to run the new dryer for 3 times longer. Yes, it does ( eventually ) dry the clothes, and the water reservoir is very easy to empty, so it gets 3 stars for that. There are a LOT of programme choices, but I expect only a couple will actually get used in practice. Its a 10kg dryer, but only 2 programmes will work at the maximum load of 10kg. Most program settings require a much smaller load. The buttons seem to be touch sensitive, and don't always respond to the touch, unless you have a large proportion of your fingerprint on the touch sensitive panel. I may get used to this eventually, but it's not as good as the haptic response you get when using an actual mechanical pushbutton. I tried downloading the user manual from the Candy website, but the actual model bought isn't listed on the website! Bought less than a week ago, but I'm already beginning to regret the purchase.

    Candy heat pump drier

    Can be plumbed in too so don’t have to empty the door water catcher. Instructions aren’t too clear on terms of loads and also expected all to work off humidity when actually only a few programmes do this
    Claire Mcdonough

    Worth the money

    It’s a heat pump dryer that actually gets things dried. I use the duvet setting, which is 4.5 hours, but seems to guarantee things are dry. I’m hopeful that the self clean function will prevent issues with fluff destroying the condenser unit (which has happened with other heat pump dryers that I’ve had). Time will tell.
    Donna friston

    Cheaper than others on market.

    Competitively priced. Upgrade from my last candy.