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This unit works great on heavy duty fabric and also delicates too. We use ours for several loads per day every day as we have a big family with some newborns so there is always plenty of laundry to be done. On the delicate setting it doesn't shrink any of your delicate fabrics. There is a freshen up setting that works great with the steam wash function of our Beko washer to quickly refresh your clothes that are not dirty enough to warrant a full wash and dry. Every setting works well for what it is set up for and very self explanatory and easy to use.
Purchased in June 2013 at Bi-Rite Electrical Physical store for $800.00.
Does what it says on the tin. Nothing more, nothing less.
As we live somewhere that rains almost non-stop over winter, we tend to lean pretty heavily on our dryer to keep us clothed. Over the 8 years or so prior to buying this machine, we flogged two secondhand dryers to death, with the third now mothballed in case our main dryer fails. Our logic being that we thrash our dryers, therefore we'd be better off buying a lightly used high-end brand for peanuts instead of a new cheapie (and this is still a good option IMHO).
The main reason we bit the bullet and bought a brand new dryer is because said (...now mothballed) dryer was acting up and we couldn't find a decent replacement on Gumtree at the time. I also didn't have the time to go through the existing dryer and get it running again (although it is now; it was a simple lint-related issue). Enter the Beko. Whilst it would be nice to spend the big bucks on a heat pump dryer, I'm not convinced that the reduction in running costs would offset the extra spend ... especially given that our dryers seem to have a lifespan of around 3 years. As such, we went for a conventional dryer. The Beko got the nod due to a combination of European build quality and ducted rear venting. The latter is an excellent feature, allowing us to duct water vapour out of the laundry through an open window ... and no, it doesn't cause a draft to flow through the rest of the house - a properly sealed laundry door helps here. We put all sorts of clothes in this dryer. The missus likes her clothes to be extra crispy, and her attire is made from all sorts of synthetic textiles. We also put everything else in here from my 100% cotton work shirts (including a few fancy pants Rhodes & Beckett examples) to light blankets and not a single item has been ruined. The sensor functions work really well most of the time, although there will be the occasional cycle (say 1 in 10) where the machine will forget to stop drying once the dryer's contents reach optimal dryness.
Purchased in May 2017 at JB Hi-Fi for $400.00.
Beko clothes dryer
Great dryer with ready to wear and ready to iron settings as well as other options Alrm when finishes drying Good valye for money Very light in weight Very happy
- DV6120X (6kg)
Basic and reliable unit
Decent amount of heat, does what its supposed to. The only shortcomings are that because it doesn't have bells and whistles, the drum only turns in one direction and is prone to hotspots. If drying sheets, it would be wise to check on it ever so often, pull out/fluff the sheet about. Dryers should never be running unattended anyway as its a fire hazard, so this hasnt been too much of a hassle to me.
Purchased in March 2017 at Bing Lee Physical store.
- DV6120X (6kg)
Drys quickly and is quiet
This dryer is gentle on my clothes, is quiet and dries items quickly. The only downside is that it stops itself when sheets and large towels or quilts aren’t dry. The larger items seems to get rolled into a ball and are damp in the middle. But overall this dryer is great because it is so gentle, allowing me to use the dryer for delicate items and also drying in half the time of my old dryer without over heating my clothes.
Purchased at Joyce Mayne for $399.00.
Dont buy this dryer
Yes it will dry clothes but it creases them terribly. No point adjusting the settings because you will end up with either dry very creased clothes or slightly damp clothes. It also doesn't respond well to just a couple of items in the dryer, it stops drying even though clothes are still wet. I cant wait for it to break down so I can replace it with another brand.
Impressed and affordable
I bought this dry as I was on a limited budget but still wanted something with a good energy rating and a decent size. I can't fault it. There's loads of drying cycles to chose from and a alarm to let you know it's finished. ( this can also be silenced)
Quick drying but...
I use this for all types of clothes, kids school uniforms, work shirts (M&F) and heaps of sports gear.
It works really well but the only draw back is the constant 'wrinkle guard'.
Don't know if it's just me, but whatever cycle I put it on it won't just stop when the clothes are dry. Every few minutes it rolls around a few times then stops again. This is frustrating if you want to put it on at night.
Must have For Winter!
We live in freezing victoria and drying clothes in winter is just about impossible without a dryer. This works admirably and is simple and easy to use. It has a few nifty features that make it better than usual. First up it reverse tumbles which means all the clothes don't end up in a ball, secondly it has an interior light - never seen that in a dryer before an lastly it senses when the clothes are done - yes! Its a good dryer!
- DV7220X (7kg)
Product low lifespan
I brought my Beko driver from Bing Lee. At the time I was recommended the brand, I was told it is popular in Europe. To my disappointment the product only last me 4 years and no Warranty cover (only last 2years). This is my only Beko products in the house and I must say even my Samsung washing machine and my parents’ dryer from another brand last longer (more than 6years n still running great) than my Beko. I call the technician to check to see what wrong with it and it cost me $120 for him to tell me what wrong with it.. and now I got a quote ...for just to replace part for $290.00 plus another service fees. The technician say the front panel is faulty..I think it is better to buy a new dryer but never again Beko.. esp if their products only last pass warranty date...and price of repair is equal close to buying a new 1.
Purchased this dryer as washing was getting on top of me its a great dryer only down fall is sometimes it will tell you it's done when everything is still wet. Bonus is it comes with a silver pipe you can stick out your window/door to stop condensation which we all hate. Very handy appliance to have in your home especially those rainy days
Really Good Dryer
I have been pleasantly surprised by this dryer. I was so used to not having one before we got this that it took me a while to get used to it. I am pretty keen on it now though! The best way to use it is to finish off half dried clothes and sometimes all it takes is 15 minutes to have everything perfect. The dryer is huge and could take the whole washing load if needed. It seems very strongly built and works well.
Great Dryer From Beko
I finally agreed to get this last winter and what a difference it made! Warm fluffy towels instead of cold half damp ones for a start. I had not heard of Beko before but the build quality is good and solid and its well designed. It is simple to operate and has worked flawlessly since we have had it. It was excellent value and provided it keeps running without issue, then I will be happy.
We bought this dryer last month. It has been fabulous. great capacity. Plenty of drying options and cycles. Well made and quiet. It was also a great price. It's mostly used for finishing the drying id still a bit damp. I would definitely recommend this clothes dryer. It is exceptional value. It was bought from The Electrical Discounter in Underwood Brisbane.
No more Hanging out on the line
I literally no longer hang my clothes on the line to dry.
This Beko clothes dryer is the best value for money dryer out there. It can pack in an incredible 6 kg of clothes. Has some very book features and options for different types of drying. Even auto spins once the dry cycle is finished to prevent creasing.
Questions & Answers
Can you vent this dryer in an internal cupboard style laundry to the exhaust fan?
Is this wall mountable.
No, this model is not wall mountable. It has the exhaust vent outlet at the back of the dryer and comes with a ducting kit to allow you to vent the dryer exhaust outside through a wall or window. There is a stacker kit that allows you to stack the dryer on top of a Beko front load washer of similar size but that must be purchased separately.
Technician replaced belt today and now the machine won’t heat or dry. Any help?
When the technician replaced the belt and refitted the rear panel it looks like they forgot to reconnect the heater coil plugs. They are on the bottom left corner of the unit when looking at it from the back. This is something that is easily fixed and the technician should be asked to come back and rectify it at no cost. This is something that the technician should have checked before leaving the job.
Thanks so much
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|Category||Vented Clothes Dryers||Vented Clothes Dryers|
|Capacity||6 kg||7 kg|
|Energy Rating||2 star(s)||2 star(s)|
|Energy Consumption||266 kWh per year||305 kWh per year|
|Features||Auto-Sensing, Reverse Tumbling and Stackable||Auto-Sensing, Lint Filter, Reverse Tumbling and Stackable|
|Dimensions||846 x 595 x 530 mm||845 x 530 x 595 mm|
|Venting Type||Rear Venting||Rear Venting|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 year(s)||5 year(s)|
|Colour / Finish||White||White|
|Release date||Mar 2012||Mar 2012|
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