Beko DTGCE7010W review
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The affordable DTGCE7010W condenser dryer from Beko has room in the drum for around 7kg of laundry, which should be enough for most homes, and it uses sensors to control drying times. As a condenser tumble dryer, it’s not going to break any energy-saving records - it carries a B energy label. But what is it like at getting clothes dry and how much energy does it use? We put it through our tests to find out - read on for our full review of this Beko condenser tumble dryer.
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