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Esatto 7kg Heat Pump Dryer EHPD7 $549 @ Appliances Online eBay

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Key Specifications
Brand-Esatto
Model Number-EHPD7
Finish Colour-White
Height (mm)-845 mm
Width (mm)-595 mm
Depth (mm)-622 mm
Drying capacity-7 kg Stackable
Drain hose included - Yes
Accessories included - Drain bypass hose

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    Thinking about getting a combo washer dryer. Thoughts? Bargains?

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      Don't get combo unless you really have no space. It's like getting the worst of both worlds.

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        Haha really? We have space, but are time poor… both working full time and two primary aged kids. Looking to streamline things. We have solar so the cost of running it isn’t an issue. Getting a good dryer would be ok, but putting stuff in before work and getting it all ready to put away would be a dream come true.

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          My washing machine has a timer, so I check everything in for a 5am start… then chuck it into the dryer when I get up. And I'll chuck another load into the washing machine, set the timer for 4pm… then chuck it into the dryer once I'm home from work. Easy done!

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            @webbiegareth: Haha ok imagine that but just popping stuff in once!

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            @webbiegareth: Btw why 4pm? Which dryer did u go for?

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              @Bellpop: Ha yes it would be much easier just to have an all-in-one, but they're never very good :( I have this exact same model dryer, I've had it for probably a year now. I set the washing machine timer for 4pm so that my clothes are washed by the time I get home from work, so I just chuck them into the dryer as soon as I get home. So I can easily do two loads of washing a day without really breaking a sweat :)

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          Sorry but if you don't have a min to transfer clothes from a washer to a dryer you need to reevaluate life. Notwithstanding typically combos have different wash and dry (lower) capacities so to take advantage of non interrupted cycle you'll have to use the dryer's capacity for washing and therefore underutilise.

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      I think there are some good ones in Japan due to their space limitations but it is probably not really justified here in Oz. Imagine a $1000 premium just for not having to transfer your clothes doesnt really make sense for most.

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    I have one of these, its great.

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    I have one of these and the drying time is about 5 hours. That is the normal price though, not a magical deal.

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      That doesn't sound right! I have this same model and it dries in 1 - 2 hours max depending on what I put in it… and uses a maximum 750W (for anyone interested).

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        I’m not sure how much power mine draws, but I agree the dry time is 1-2 hours depending how much is in there.

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        What about noise? I have one and it sounds like some plate is rubbing inside the body, and this sound continues for a few seconds after I stop the dryer (like it slows down until it stops). Is this normal?

        Thanks guys :)

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    I have one and for the money its fantastic. Have nothing else to compare it to except the old heat dryer. Like night and day, so happy with essato. No concerns whatsoever.

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    I have this dryer, can’t complain at all for the money.

    Appliances Online/Winning have the best customer service I’ve experienced. $550 delivered to regional Victoria, took my old one away and setup the new one, taking the cardboard with them.

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    I like mine too

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    This dryer is excellent, no complaints. Would go this over a big brand vented dryer any day.

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    Bought the same dryer a month ago. Dryer itself is awesome and service from Appliance online is excellent.

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    Ive got this dryer too. Did 3 loads today since it was smokey in sydney. Can confirm this seems to us less then 500watts. Im very happy with it.

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    I've not heard of this brand, but all the comments above are positive. I have a 20 year old Hoover that has just stopped heating. No idea how much power it uses, but presumably this one with heat pump is more efficient?

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    whats the RRP of this dryer?

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      $1499 apparently

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      Probably $700 is the highest it can go.
      Still it is a great choice unless you are thinking of purchasing a brand name heat pump dryer ($1500+), which means price is not really a concern. You can score as high as a dazzling 9 stars though.
      Otherwise this one is certainly a better choice over a brand name condenser or vented dryer.

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    Are you able to stack this on top of another branded washer? Or does the washer and dryer need to be the same brand to properly stack?

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    Thanks OP. Ordered last night and it's out for delivery today in Melbourne!? Wow

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    FYI this is also the Aldi heat pump dryer that was about a few months ago. I think it was around $549. works great even had an internal drum led light!

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    I am getting "Unfortunately, this code no longer works. Please continue with your order." so it may have expired.
    Can anyone else confirm?

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