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Best washer dryer for £400 max?

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All, Looking for washer dryer and wondered if anyone can recommend one for no more than £400 (and NOT and indecit). Probably best to wait for sales I guess but wondered which ones are best to lo… Read More
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2y, 6m agoPosted 2 years, 6 months ago
All,

Looking for washer dryer and wondered if anyone can recommend one for no more than £400 (and NOT and indecit).

Probably best to wait for sales I guess but wondered which ones are best to look for in sales.

Thanks!
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2y, 6m agoPosted 2 years, 6 months ago
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#1
Do not by a washer/dryer the dryer part is less than useless on all of them.
#2
I agree with gr8t1 - the dryer is a waste of time and electricity. When mine goes I'm having separates so not recommended. :(
#3
The only one I'd suggest that works well is Miele but that's £1500
#7
I can't find one in that price range and don't call me Max!
#8
Washer Dryers don't get a good reputation for reliability regardless of make, but if you're on a tight budget, Beko is the one to go for.

Hotpoint is just a rebadged Indesit nowadays.
#10
dont buy a washer dryer, i found them rubbish. just get separate ones.
#11
If your buying a washer dryer which ever the brand get a long guarantee. They are less reliable than normal washing machines. I would recommend Coop electrical due their low prices and low cost guarantees.
#12
We don't have room for separates and we rent a property - drying on radiators is no allowed so need alternative for winter. Reviews for the LG look good. As for cost - it really isn't that much these days (£1 max per wash if that).

Thanks for responses so far - will wait for sales...
#13
Sure no where for a small condenser dryer?.
#14
shauneco
Sure no where for a small condenser dryer?.

Afraid so - space is limited :(
#15
I saw a heated clothes drying airer on here recently, would that be any good? I assume it must plug in
#16
put the drier on top of the washer?
#17
Don't wash save £400
#18
if you must have an all in one washer dryer go for either zanuusi ( had mine for 14 years and still going strong ) or bosch ( my dishwasher is bosch and that's around 11 years old ) also hotpoint is good.
#19
cornishscouse
if you must have an all in one washer dryer go for either zanuusi ( had mine for 14 years and still going strong ) or bosch ( my dishwasher is bosch and that's around 11 years old ) also hotpoint is good.
Washing machine brands change a lot in 10+ years, Hotpoint is definitely not as good as they were. Cheaper Bosch ranges aren't up to the same quality as the Logixx models nowadays, either.

Zanussi would be a decent option as they are now basically a budget Electrolux. http://www.ukwhitegoods.co.uk/help/about-the-appliance-industry/manufacturer-information/2736-zanussi-domestic-appliances.html

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