Beko WM6111W Washing Machine 6kg, class A+AB - was £269.97 now £159.97 (with voucher) Delivered +3% Quidco @ Tesco Direct - HotUKDeals
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Ok be gentle this is my first post. I saw a post for this a month ago @ £188.84 (argos) so seems like a good deal to me @ £159.97 and delivery is free for items over £50

Use code TDX-KPRT this gives you £20 off all sales over £150

Dont forget quidco for an additional 3%

Beko WM6111W Washing Machine - White:

A+AB rating (energy efficiency, wash performance, spin performance)
Washing machine features:

Maximum spin speed 1100rpm.
Maximum washing capacity 6kg.
Variable spin speed.
Programmes:

16 programmes.
30 minute.
30 minute quick wash.
Woollens cycle.
Half load.
Hand wash cycle.
Rinse hold option.
Technical specifications:

Energy consumption: 0.9kWh/cycle.
Water consumption: 50 litres/cycle.
Estimated annual energy consumption: 198kW/year.
Estimated annual water consumption: 11000litres/year.
Size H84, W60, D45cm.
EAN/Barcode: 502379002579
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#1
HOT!!! Great price for this model...
#2
this has got to be a great price even if it only lasts a couple of years
#3
Great for the money:D
#4
Voted Hot !!

Just ordered this washing machine been looking for new machine for a couple of weeks, cant go wrong for that price..
thanks OP
#5
Excellent find OP, have some heat. Bought for my Aunt, as she desperately needs a washing machine as hers broke down.

Cheers once again. :D
#6
the bosch i bought my parents for £250 is a better deal and beko arent great but prob the best of the really cheapo makes...good price
#7
Where did you find a Bosch for £250 ???
1 Like #8
Wouldn't have one given to me. Terrible build, drop to bits in no time. If it was a hundred quid some muppets would think its great!! You get what you pay for!! and you'll pay for it in the long run.
2 Likes #9
1100 spin isn't great, if you want to dry the clothes quicker I'd go for 1600 spin, and a 6kg load isn't great, 8-9kg wil save time and hassle, but if money is tight, this would do

Edited By: paul.jacobs on May 28, 2011 00:48
1 Like #10
luckyshopper99
Wouldn't have one given to me. Terrible build, drop to bits in no time. If it was a hundred quid some muppets would think its great!! You get what you pay for!! and you'll pay for it in the long run.

i've had Beko products and had no problems with them. In fact if i needed a washing machine i'd certainly consider this deal.
Maybe your username should be unluckyshopper99 :)
#11
luckyshopper99
Wouldn't have one given to me. Terrible build, drop to bits in no time. If it was a hundred quid some muppets would think its great!! You get what you pay for!! and you'll pay for it in the long run.


How do you know, do you have one?

I've had a Beko electric cooker for nine years, no problems.
1 Like #12
saxo_appeal
Where did you find a Bosch for £250 ???


little while ago, but total bargain......mid range bosch too....bought for my mum's mothers day lol......didnt need one as have near top range miele

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bosch-exxcel-wae24469gb-washing-machine-white-254-99-dixons/896214

Edited By: royals on May 28, 2011 04:31
#13
Seems a decent enough machine for the price. My daughter recently bought similar for a bit more but with a 2 year warranty (not sure where unfortunately). Heat added.
#14
luckyshopper99
Wouldn't have one given to me. Terrible build, drop to bits in no time. If it was a hundred quid some muppets would think its great!! You get what you pay for!! and you'll pay for it in the long run.

On what evidence do you base this comment? I normally buy high-end products but thought I'd give Beko a chance. I've had my washing machine almost five years now and its been absolutely fine - much quieter and just as effecient as the AEG machine it replaced.
1 Like #15
This is a very cheap deal, even for a Beko. I got the 8227W model last year for 215 quid from Currys (main diffs are an 8kg load, 1200rpm spin speed and - crucially - a useful digital display that shows you the spin speed, temperature, cycle icons, door locked indicator and the time remaining) and it's a great machine. I'm not sure I'd want a washing machine without a digital display, but if you're on a very tight budget, go for it.


Edited By: rkl on May 28, 2011 09:53
1 Like #16
If I couldn't afford a Bosch I'd have one of these without question, My mum's got one and it's used daily, It's lasted 5 years so far, Only now the bearings are starting to rattle a little but 5 years use from such a cheap brand is an excellent return imo. Cost her around £200
1 Like #17
luckyshopper99
Wouldn't have one given to me. Terrible build, drop to bits in no time. If it was a hundred quid some muppets would think its great!! You get what you pay for!! and you'll pay for it in the long run.


There's always one.

We had a top-of-the-line LG direct-drive washer with a 7kg drum, which had overwhelmingly rave reviews, but we had no end of trouble with it. Got quoted £200+ to repair it, which was more than it would have cost to have bought a new, budget-end washer.

It finally died when pennies were a bit hard to come by, so we went with a Beko with a 5kg drum, thinking at the time that it would do as a stop-gap, which at the time was one of the cheaper silver-coloured models on the market.

Had it a couple of years now, and it's superb. Better wash and - interestingly - spin results than we'd had with the LG, even though the max spin is 1200rpm compared to 1600rpm with the LG.

We now have a Beko dryer as well, which has been similarly faultless.

There was Beko everything in a place we rented about 10 years back, and we never had any problems then either. Never particularly understood the animosity towards the brand, and as things stand we're feeling no need whatsoever to upgrade.

Stopgap prices, but very, very decent quality, so I look forward to however many years service we get out of them.

£160 for this is superb.
#18
rkl
This is a very cheap deal, even for a Beko. I got the 8227W model last year for 215 quid from Currys (main diffs are an 8kg load, 1200rpm spin speed and - crucially - a useful digital display that shows you the spin speed, temperature, cycle icons, door locked indicator and the time remaining) and it's a great machine. I'm not sure I'd want a washing machine without a digital display, but if you're on a very tight budget, go for it.



Interesting point you make about the digital display - I was in two minds about going for a model without one, but to be honest we just put it on to wash when we're about to go out, and then it's done when we come back. Haven't missed it at all. Only ever an issue when time's short.
1 Like #19
nowt wrong with Beko ive had my Beko bottom of the range cheap as chips dishwasher for 6 years now and its never missed a beat :-)
#20
how about this one: http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.206-5770.aspx
does it seem better? (only £10 more)
1 Like #21
luckyshopper99
Wouldn't have one given to me. Terrible build, drop to bits in no time. If it was a hundred quid some muppets would think its great!! You get what you pay for!! and you'll pay for it in the long run.

Well WHICH disagree with you..... they put Beko models virtually at the top of their Best Washing Machine List, only bettered ( by only a few %) by Miele which cost FIVE TIMES as much.
I bought a beko, and so far very pleased with it.
Previously had 2 Zannusi machines.
First lasted about 16 years, second was rubbish from day one.
#22
wotguvnotmeguv
luckyshopper99
Wouldn't have one given to me. Terrible build, drop to bits in no time. If it was a hundred quid some muppets would think its great!! You get what you pay for!! and you'll pay for it in the long run.


There's always one.

We had a top-of-the-line LG direct-drive washer with a 7kg drum, which had overwhelmingly rave reviews, but we had no end of trouble with it. Got quoted £200+ to repair it, which was more than it would have cost to have bought a new, budget-end washer.

It finally died when pennies were a bit hard to come by, so we went with a Beko with a 5kg drum, thinking at the time that it would do as a stop-gap, which at the time was one of the cheaper silver-coloured models on the market.

Had it a couple of years now, and it's superb. Better wash and - interestingly - spin results than we'd had with the LG, even though the max spin is 1200rpm compared to 1600rpm with the LG.

We now have a Beko dryer as well, which has been similarly faultless.

There was Beko everything in a place we rented about 10 years back, and we never had any problems then either. Never particularly understood the animosity towards the brand, and as things stand we're feeling no need whatsoever to upgrade.

Stopgap prices, but very, very decent quality, so I look forward to however many years service we get out of them.

£160 for this is superb.



well that will teach you to buy a washing machine made by a tv manufacturer....same reason i wouldnt buy a panasonic wm....id stick to miele or for cheaper wms id go for bosch
#23
Her Indoors
luckyshopper99
Wouldn't have one given to me. Terrible build, drop to bits in no time. If it was a hundred quid some muppets would think its great!! You get what you pay for!! and you'll pay for it in the long run.

Well WHICH disagree with you..... they put Beko models virtually at the top of their Best Washing Machine List, only bettered ( by only a few %) by Miele which cost FIVE TIMES as much.
I bought a beko, and so far very pleased with it.
Previously had 2 Zannusi machines.
First lasted about 16 years, second was rubbish from day one.



lol if you believe which then you are stupid.......this fantastic site that is NOT very update to date and tests hardly any items

i also question their reviews.....for a tv

40% of the market goes to picture and 10 % to sound

yep so you could have a lovely looking tv, that is easy to use, is digital and has a nice remote, uses low power, awful picture and sound and still get into the best buy of 65%ish

they rate plasmas badly because they in their view use a lot of more power than lcd's...which is bull (as lcd's use same power all the time and plasmas vary depending on how bright/dark the picture is) and they call themselves experts

beko are fine for the money but to even compare them to anything like a miele is laughable.....akin to saying a trabant is almost as good as a ferrari....compared miele's they are noisy, whilst ok built they are rubbish compared to miele's, plastic drums (miele arent plastic) - stick a few coins in your beko and see if itll survive once


Edited By: royals on May 29, 2011 02:49
#24
As it happens the Mrs inadvertantly put a pair of my kecks through the wash that had change in the pockets.

And MAN, there were POUND COINS in there.

UH OH

Am fairly sure the world didn't go off its axis as a result. Oh, and the drum was fine.
#25
Great Deal Thx Bodman now to find a Fridge Freezer (frost free) :)

Edited By: Steve7 on May 29, 2011 16:00
#26
If you google you will find sites setup by former and current repairers. I had a Tricity Bendix for 15 years whilst increasing family size to 6. Now have a Zanussi. No problems on old machine until bearings went and spider was worn. Zanussi sometimes doesn't spin unless you move the spin speed selector a few times to remove the high resistance on the switch. It also tore delicate clothes when new due to door seal.
I can't say 1600 spin is any better than 1400 and not much different to 1200. Benefit of better brands is that drums can be removed and dismantled easily but for most people it's not economical to change drum bearings etc due to labour costs.
Spend 3 times the amount on a "reliable" brand or spend much less and change it a couple of times. Most manufacturers have produced duds over the years so check consumer reviews.
This is a fantastic deal for those on a budget.
#27
i got this on the other thread and thought it was a fab deal and ordered it on 14th May...

2 washing machines later and argos have replaced it with a different make.
The first worked for 5 washes, the 2nd didnt work AT ALL...

To say im at the end of my tether is an understatement....never again will i touch Beko!!!!!
For those who say its worked brilliantly -i think you got lucky!!!! :p
#28
willow79
i got this on the other thread and thought it was a fab deal and ordered it on 14th May...

2 washing machines later and argos have replaced it with a different make.
The first worked for 5 washes, the 2nd didnt work AT ALL...

To say im at the end of my tether is an understatement....never again will i touch Beko!!!!!
For those who say its worked brilliantly -i think you got lucky!!!! :p

Or maybe you just got UNlucky ;)

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