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    Customer Reviews - Indesit YTM1182XUK Heat Pump Tumble Dryer White

    Customer Reviews - Indesit YTM1182XUK Heat Pump Tumble Dryer White

    Indesit YTM1182XUK Heat Pump Tumble Dryer - White
    £306.67 Ex VAT
    • 150 cm Power Cable Length
    • 44 Kg Weight
    • 8 Kg Drying Load
    • Express 45
    • Dimensions (cm) - H84.9 x W59.5 x D64.9
    4.6 / 5


    Disappointing. I’ve had it for some weeks now, but I’ve yet to find a setting that doesn’t leave the clothes damp. Supposedly it has a sensor, but not sure what it senses, because the inside of the door is still covered in condensation after it considers the job done. Also takes a remarkably long time going around and failing to dry. I tried reducing the load down to just one towel, but it still couldn’t cope. I had thought it might be quieter too. So generally a bit rubbish. It is however probably environmentally friendly – because it has encouraged me to dry my washing on the line as much as possible.
    Robert Prince

    Not a dryer

    Leaves clothes damp regardless of setting or load size

    Has only lasted a year :(

    Bought this in October 2021 as I wanted a heat pump dryer for environmental / energy saving purposes. Worked well until November 2022 when the drum stopped turning. I have had 5 engineer visits since and it's still not working. They've changed the motor, control module, pump & water sensor already, and today have ordered yet another pump & module. We have now been 2 months without a dryer & as it was 55 weeks after delivery I can't get a replacement - just keep on with the repairs or been offered money off a new one!!!
    Alison Higgs

    Not worth the money

    Did not work properly after 14 days sent back. Would not recommend.

    Not one I would recommend

    Giving this two star for two reasons I bought this as it was a “Which” recommendation The first as faulty and ao replaced it, indesit however was not very helpful at all The second machine works a lot better but my main gripe is when the water tank fills up it doesn’t cut off. The water ends up accumulating at the bottom of the machine and I used rolled up tea towels to dry via the bottom lint vent. Again not sure if this is another faulty machine but when it works it’s great. Think I will have to email indesit again to find out if this is meant to cut off or generally it’s designed to just allow water to run through the machine
    Kelly Mehmet

    Takes 7 Hours to dry a normal load!!

    Very seldom dries the load in one cycle. Normally needs 2 taking over 7 hours especially if there is a duvet cover which I now have to dry on its own. Light clothes may be ok but jeans will need 2 cycles and these are on the highest setting which is meant to be straight to the cupboard. Am not sure how on earth it can be cheaper than my old drier which could dry a full load in 2 hours not 7!! Would not recommend.
    Moira Chestnut

    Slower to dry clothes

    Tales ages to dry a large load compared with the previous standard one
    Gareth Richards

    Economical but very slow

    Efficient but very slow to dry clothes compared to a vented drier
    Martin Brookes