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    Customer Reviews - Baumatic BBTDH7A1TE Integrated 7Kg Heat Pump Tumble Dryer - White - A+ Rated

    Customer Reviews - Baumatic BBTDH7A1TE Integrated 7Kg Heat Pump Tumble Dryer - White - A+ Rated

    Baumatic BBTDH7A1TE Integrated 7Kg Heat Pump Tumble Dryer - White - A+ Rated
    £529
    • 7kg drum capacity - great for medium-sized households
    • Efficient Heat Pump technology uses less energy
    • Sensors work out the perfect drying time
    • Gentle programme for delicate woollen items
    • Dimensions (cm) - H85 x W60 x D48.7
    4.2 / 5
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    Excellent purchase

    5/5
    Easy to use - quiet machine - perfect for our family of five
    Laura

    Great product

    5/5
    Fantastic product, quiet and very efficient. Great price
    Peter Hall

    Great product

    5/5
    Efficient product. Love it
    Janine Ellis

    Broke after 1.5 years

    1/5
    I bought this product 1.5 years ago. It no longer dries the clothes / collects water Customer service from the manufacturer was very poor and now having to look to pay for the repairs ourselves After such a short period of time, you would expect these things to be covered
    Stuart M

    Integrated Tumble Dryer

    5/5
    Really happy with this product, it was easy to install and is easy to use. I'm so happy with the whole AO experience.
    Dean Middleton

    Heat pump dryer

    5/5
    This dryer is amazing really easy to use very fuctional programme guide second to none i know heat pump dryers take longer to dry but your cloths feel very soft without any of those added bits for creases etc highly recomend
    Peter brown

    Looks Okay

    4/5
    Seems fine, but as we haven’t moved in yet it’s too early to say much more
    Alan

    Poor dryer

    1/5
    Had to fault this dryer twice. First the water tank broke and secondly the dryer program freezes with 2 minutes remaining on the clock so the program would just go on and on until stopped manually.
    Chris Field