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Kogan 8kg Series 8 Heat Pump Dryer - $799 Delivered ($699 with Kogan First) @ Kogan


Hi guys,

Was in the market for a heat pump dryer and was moments away from buying the Esatto 7kg Heat Pump Dryer EHPD7 from Appliance Online for $660 delivered. But since Kogan is doing their free shipping today only with code OPENPAY, their 8kg Heat Pump Dryer is now $699 delivered if you have Kogan first (either sign up for 14 day trial or pay $11.99 for one month then cancel).

I went for this one as it is slightly larger capacity and higher energy rating (7 stars vs 6 stars). Whilst Esatto EHPD7 has over 200 of raving reviews online, this one there isn't near as much reviews. But from the half dozen ones I read most were 4-5 stars. Also note that Esatto is offering an extra year warranty so 3 years vs Kogan's 2 so I don't think you can go wrong with either.

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  • +1

    Is that a 2 year onsite warranty?

  • +1

    Has anyone got this and can comment on it?

  • +1

    I believe this is manufactured by the same company as the Esatto and Aldi one. Comes with lcd screen instead of light indicators.
    Personally I am quite happy with my 8kg Electrolux heat pump from appliances online.

  • +2

    Bought a couple of Kogan branded products, not a good experience.
    The TV died after 1 year right after the warranty (back then was only 1yr), they replaced it after warranty but died again after 3 month, I just couldn't be bothered to contact them again, went ahead for an LG.

    The bread maker I bought was so difficult to operate and had loads of bricks instead of loaves. My new Panasonic taught me a good lesson of u get what u pay 4.

    However they seem to have a very good after sale service for their own brandings.

  • I don't think you can trust Kogan with the specs……more than likely the same as the Esatto in star efficiency and probably load rating of 7 vs 8 kg

  • +2

    I wouldn't touch Kogan appliances with a barge pole. Know someone who bought their washing machine and within a few months flooded their house causing thousands of dollars worth of damage to carpets and skirting boards.

    Just not worth it IMO to skimp a few hundred dollars on this cheaply made shite.

    • +2

      Any washing machine has the potential to do this, thats why I'm pretty sure building regulations say you need to put a drain next to the washing machine.

      I don't have a drain, so I only use the washing machine when I'm home.

      • yep, had this happen a couple of times. The other day one of the kids did the washing. Left the arm of one top hanging out the door. The spinning eventually pulled the seal off the door making the water flood the floor. Can blame the machine for that.

        When i redo the laundry i'll be putting a floor drain in.

      • Maybe it's different from state to state but I live in a 4 year old build in SA that doesn't have a drain in the laundry (or the non-shower area of the bathroom).

  • also app online do removal install as well

  • +4

    Just want to chip in with the anti kogan message here too, I've become a dedicated ambassador to spread how awful their customer service is.
    Purchased a washing machine from them a couple months back and it arrived a few days later, broken.
    Frame was bent and the water pump snapped clean out of it. It's taken two months from that point to get a refund, and was a struggle every step of the way, even though it was a clear cut case. Paid for their transit protection as well, and it got me nowhere.

    • Glad you're helping to spread the awareness.

      Honestly, a Haier or Samsung base model can be regularly had for $500 or so, even entry level Bosch are sometimes on special too.

      Just not worth saving $100 to buy Kogan crap.

      • +1

        Paid 650 for the kogan, bought an LG on special for 880 with a $100 visa gift card thrown in.

    • It could depend on the product i guess but i can't complain about the service with a monitor i had that broke.

      They paid for the return and gave me a refund in around a week.

  • +1 to the anti Kogan electronics bandwagon.

    I've given them my trust again and again but I guess I still haven't learnt my lesson.

    The only things I buy from them now are either branded or disposable if they have the right price.

  • Buying something like this, a product type that is unreliable in the best of times, off a grey importer with no contact phone number. Lol. Good luck with that.

  • Never risk your money on cheap brands when it comes to appliances. Invest in good brands and your appliance will last years of fair use.

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