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Beko BDP700W Heat Pump Dryer

Beko BDP700W Heat Pump Dryer

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8 reviews
  • Build Quality
    3.4 (7)
  • Value for Money
    4.3 (7)
  • Ease of Use
    3.9 (7)
  • Cleaning & Maintenance
    3.7 (7)
  • Noise Level
    3.3 (7)
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Cheap, not cheerful


It dries clothes okay when separated by fabric type, but the lint filter lets the machine down. You just about need to clean the heat pump filter as frequently as the main lint filter; as lint gets down the side of the main filter. It also still produces a bit of moisure, and you'll find moisture built up inside the heat pump filter area - which isn't great at all.
It's fairly noisy, so if it is going to be in a place you can hear it, make sure you compare decibel ratings with other options, especially when running for a couple of hours.
I would say only okay on gentleness on clothes.

Purchased in June 2020 at 100%.

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FanGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC
  • 8 reviews

Bad dryer. Poor customer care. No services


Very bad product. Takes hours to dry poor customer service. Checked twice they could not see what wrong in it. Still not working good. Not accepting yo return it they do not have Beko service centre. Never buy this products.

Purchased at Appliance online for $900.00.

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Helen H
Helen HSydney, NSW
  • 11 reviews

Love this dryer


Purchased in June 2020 at Appliances Online for $733.00.

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Sam C
Sam CNSW, 2480
  • 19 reviews
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Doing the job well


I bought this heat pump dryer to try and save a few pennies on energy usage while having an appliance that won't damage synthetics and delicates. I'm still getting to know the machine's behaviour, but it does work reasonably well. There seems to be some guesswork as to weather clothes will be dry with the selected program however, although this isn't a big issue as you can run a short program after for example.

Purchased in August 2020 for $789.00.

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BenSydney Surrounds, NSW
  • 6 reviews
  • Verified

Bloody brilliant! Quiet, efficient, and versatile


Purchased in March 2020 at RetraVision for $898.00.

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  • 2 reviews
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Excellent product. Exceed expectations.


Purchased in March 2020 at JB Hi-Fi for $798.00.

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Nikki A N
Nikki A NMetropolitan Adelaide, SA
  • 4 reviews
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Budget heat pump dryer


works brilliantly. Beko backs this product with an extended warranty for five years which is a good plus point. As with most beko products, the display does not count down to the time left for the cycle to finish. Apart from this, there are no negatives.. plenty of drying cycles to select from.. 6 energy star rating and the water is drained directly via an external pipe OR through a compartment (that needs to be manually emptied). Best budget heat pump dryer around.

Purchased in July 2019 for $879.00.

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Hi Nikki A N, Thanks for your review regarding your Beko Dryer. Its great to hear your loving the appliance and that you have taken advantage of the free extended warranty offer. Thanks Beko

Review Logic
Review LogicMetropolitan Adelaide, SA
  • 21 reviews
  • Verified

Great Value for money


After a lot of research, decided to settle on this model from Beko. Great value for money as compared to most name brands. Does the job as intended and comes with peace of mind with 5 years extended warranty for free! Also has a 6 star energy rating. Easy to use, reminds you when the filter needs to be cleaned. Water can be stored in its inbuilt container or can be directed out via an external pipe which is supplied. Pretty much plug and play.


Hi Aditya, Thanks for your review regarding your Beko Dryer. Its great to hear your loving the appliance and that you have taken advantage of the free extended warranty offer. Thanks Beko

Questions & Answers

beverley w.
beverley w.asked

hi everyone, i hope this question can be answered, my dryer has no heat to dry the clothes.
is there a reset switch my electrician can reset for me? Model # BDP700W

No answers

Hi I am looking at buying a new dryer. Reading reviews but just confused about what a water catchment is? None of the dryers I've ever used had this.. just a fluff collector..,,?

1 answer
P HatS
P HatS

Hi Reyhan,
there are different types of driers now. The kind you're used to are probably "Vented driers" that heat hot air through the tumble chamber and then expel moist hot air out a big wide pipe. They work well and are cheaper than other kinds, but use a lot of electricity. They might also be a bit faster at drying (i can't say for sure), but the amount of heat can mean harder wear for the clothes.

More recently there are two newer kinds of driers as well: "Condenser" driers and "Heat Pump Condenser" driers. Instead of blowing hot air at the clothes, these use a condenser (quite a lot like how a dehumidifier works) to suck the moisture from the air in the tumble chamber, and then dispose of that water (either into a removable container that needs to be emptied every few cycles, or out through a waste hose like a washing machine).
These also have filters which need to be emptied/cleaned as well.
While there are notable, electricity savings, these driers are more expensive to buy to begin with. They also make sense where (for example) you live in a highrise apartment, or are renting a place, then they might be desirable because now you don't have to figure out how to install a vent for your drier.

So the short version is: "Vented driers" expel moist hot air through a big pipe, while "Condenser" and "Heat Pump Condenser" driers expel extracted water either into a removable container that needs to be emptied, or instead put out water through a waste hose.
Hope this helps!


I have an 8kg beko heat pump dryer that I loved using all winter and never let me down. I have always emptied out the water catchment and cleaned out all the fluff and brushed out the condenser down the bottom and dried out any moisture. As the weather started to get warmer I started hanging my clothes outside. This weekend I decided to thrown a load in the dryer and it stunk of mould! I still left my load in there and thought it would disappear- was I wrong! It’s ruined my load of clothes and need to soak everything to try get the smell out. How do I now get the smell out of the dryer? I have cleaned it again, left the water catchment out left the door open and put a moisture absorber in there. Please help!

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CategoryHeat Pump Clothes Dryers
Price (RRP) $1,149.00
Manufacturer Warranty5 year(s)
Replaced byBeko 7kg BDP710W
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  • MPN: BDP700W

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