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Bosch Logixx WAS32562GB Washing Machine 9KG 1600 spin A+++ from £699 to £499.00 @ John Lewis

£499.00 @ John Lewis
First post so be nice. I was looking for a Bosch Logixx range washing machine as from what I have read online I heard this was their higher end washing machines and don't quote me but may still be mad… Read More
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First post so be nice. I was looking for a Bosch Logixx range washing machine as from what I have read online I heard this was their higher end washing machines and don't quote me but may still be made in Germany. Although I don't ever trust the original prices I thought £499 was a great deal cheaper then anywhere else I looked for this model. Hope it helps someone.

Capacity - 9kg
Spin Speed - 1600RPM
VarioPerfect gives you perfect wash performance every time
Efficiency - A+++
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#1
Got a Bosch washing machine and it's working fine as it has been for last 6-7 years we've had it. Or would be happy to buy this
#2
Same spin speed. same load capacity, & same price; for comparison:

"Samsung eco bubble 9kg A+++ £499 @ John Lewis"
#3
@fanpages, that is a very good deal too mate, it will he helpful for anyone to compare, cheers. You get more saving from the original price according to John Lewis on the Bosch but Samsung does have more warranty. I haven't had as much experience with Samsung machines although i'm sure they must be good. Like Philk many reviews I read on the logixx range rate it quite highly.
#4
" More than 10 in stock " at John Lewis actually means at their suppliers, they do not stock any of these.

Oh, and don't put too much trust in their " 7 day delivery " it is often a lot longer.

https://www.trustpilot.co.uk/review/www.johnlewis.com
#5
@Inactive, I have recently ordered a Bosch dishwasher and also this Bosch washing machine. In both cases, I was given options of when to deliver. The dishwasher got delivered on time no issues that was just before christmas. The washing machine is due to be delivered on 30th. I will let you guys know how that goes. I understand some people have had bad experiences with John Lewis. But so far I have had no issues to talk about.
#6
Bosch is much better than the Samsung, no gimmicks just solid performance with great features
1 Like #7
I have had a Bosch washing machine about six years ago and I had problems every year for three years before I got rid. Just ordered a Samsung, so we'll see
#8
@wonkycows, it would be interesting to know what bosch model you had ? I am hoping mine doesnt have the same fate.
#9
bosch washing machines are very good quality!
#10
The guts are good quality, but the touch sensitive buttons will drive you mad,
You only have to brush by it and they all activate
#11
1 Like #12
Inactive
" More than 10 in stock " at John Lewis actually means at their suppliers, they do not stock any of these.

Oh, and don't put too much trust in their " 7 day delivery " it is often a lot longer.

https://www.trustpilot.co.uk/review/www.johnlewis.com
I never have had any problems with JL deliveries, they keep in contact on the day of delivery, do for me anyway. Not so mad about their using Hermes for various mailings.
#13
WAS series washing machines - like this one are made in Germany, threre is no comparison in terms of quality to cheaper ones which are made in Spain or Poland
2 Likes #14
pavel76
WAS series washing machines - like this one are made in Germany, threre is no comparison in terms of quality to cheaper ones which are made in Spain or Poland

I'm so bored with hearing and reading comments like this. There are literally no facts behind these opinions as the designs all come from the same team.

It's the quality of the design and parts used that matter - these are spec'd by the manufacturer. Stuff made outside of Germany (or ANY country for that matter) is still made to the same specs and quality control is always done by the parent company. The Germans have been slowly moving their manufacturing outside of Germany for years from cars to vacuums and washing machines are made, mostly in Eastern Europe and China except where there is prestige (so a German flag can stay on the box) not to move or there is hi tech involved.

At the end of the day manufacturing Washing machines is like most mass market products: it's a lot of people in a factories connecting parts together. All electronics from all ranges will come from the same factory (possibly the motor too) and shipped to assembly plants as will the designs.

I have this Washing machine - I got it for £699 so for £499 I'm voting this hot BUT Bosch are nowhere near the amazing company some seem to think - they went mass market years ago. The LCD panel on this has failed twice and had to be reset (there is a button combination you must press after powering off for 30 mins) - I only got the standard 2 year warranty but wish I had got one with 5 years. I genuinely believe it will fail within 2 years.

Miele are the only real hard core 'label' in the washing machine game but, there again, you pay a lot more.

It's a decent machine and quiet but I feel hard done by at £699 due to the electronics.

Overall good price for £499.








Edited By: Superficial on Dec 29, 2014 01:29: .
#15
money-talks
The guts are good quality, but the touch sensitive buttons will drive you mad,
You only have to brush by it and they all activate
That's only when it's switched on (i.e when it's in washing mode). It's easily fixed by putting the child lock on (which takes a couple of secs) when you're doing a wash. Aside of that, as long as the control dial is switched to the OFF position - which most people do when not in use, NO amount of brushing etc..will effect it.
BOSCH are great machines imo. Over the past 15+ years I've been through too many brands to remember! BOSCH are the only make that has been 'trouble free' for my household - although I'm aware everyone has there own tales to tell......
#16
Another great deal from John Lewis!
#17
Comment
1 Like #19
WonderWoman
money-talks
The guts are good quality, but the touch sensitive buttons will drive you mad,
You only have to brush by it and they all activate
That's only when it's switched on (i.e when it's in washing mode). It's easily fixed by putting the child lock on (which takes a couple of secs) when you're doing a wash. Aside of that, as long as the control dial is switched to the OFF position - which most people do when not in use, NO amount of brushing etc..will effect it.
BOSCH are great machines imo. Over the past 15+ years I've been through too many brands to remember! BOSCH are the only make that has been 'trouble free' for my household - although I'm aware everyone has there own tales to tell......

That is true, and the child lock is a way around it if you remember, but should you have to do this?
Not really its a pretty poor design flaw, and as a long standing bosch buyer, I won't be having another.

Edited By: money-talks on Dec 29, 2014 09:04: .
1 Like #20
Ordered the Samsung one
Inverter motor
5 years parts and labour and 10 years on motor warranty
#21
Ooops, I think I have voted cold! Hot from me as I bought this the other day, always go for bosch although I have to say the one I bought 15 years ago was a lot better quality than our current one, we only replaced it as I needed a bigger load size.
1 Like #22
Only buy this with a long warranty... probably only buy ANY washing machine these days with a long warranty. That's all I'll say.
#23
@Superficial

What do you know about quality? Bosch are proven to be more reliable than Samsung, fact!
1 Like #24
I have a slightly smaller version of this same machine (8KG I think). It is a good machine, but there are a few downsides I have found. Someone mentioned the touch buttons been over-sensitive - thats true - you basically have to set the child lock every time to turn it on, otherwise you will be forever trying to work out which setting you just changed mid wash.

When it finishes, it beeps. Incessantly. Like a nagging mother. It drives me nuts.....

It also lacks a spin only cycle - so you have to use the rinse & spin, but this wont let you access the max spin speed (limited to 1200 I think).

Apart from the above, its been excellent. We have had ours for about 3 years now and it runs every day, almost without exception. No problems so far...
#25
Inactive
" More than 10 in stock " at John Lewis actually means at their suppliers, they do not stock any of these.

Oh, and don't put too much trust in their " 7 day delivery " it is often a lot longer.

https://www.trustpilot.co.uk/review/www.johnlewis.com

I ordered a LEC 3/4 size Fridge from JL, direct delivery from supplier in Thailand.
Quoted 7 weeks, arrived over a week early.
It's pot luck according to how full the shipping container is when you place your order. Simple as that.
1 Like #26
Superficial
pavel76
WAS series washing machines - like this one are made in Germany, threre is no comparison in terms of quality to cheaper ones which are made in Spain or Poland

I'm so bored with hearing and reading comments like this. There are literally no facts behind these opinions as the designs all come from the same team.

It's the quality of the design and parts used that matter - these are spec'd by the manufacturer. Stuff made outside of Germany (or ANY country for that matter) is still made to the same specs and quality control is always done by the parent company. The Germans have been slowly moving their manufacturing outside of Germany for years from cars to vacuums and washing machines are made, mostly in Eastern Europe and China except where there is prestige (so a German flag can stay on the box) not to move or there is hi tech involved.

At the end of the day manufacturing Washing machines is like most mass market products: it's a lot of people in a factories connecting parts together. All electronics from all ranges will come from the same factory (possibly the motor too) and shipped to assembly plants as will the designs.

I have this Washing machine - I got it for £699 so for £499 I'm voting this hot BUT Bosch are nowhere near the amazing company some seem to think - they went mass market years ago. The LCD panel on this has failed twice and had to be reset (there is a button combination you must press after powering off for 30 mins) - I only got the standard 2 year warranty but wish I had got one with 5 years. I genuinely believe it will fail within 2 years.

Miele are the only real hard core 'label' in the washing machine game but, there again, you pay a lot more.

It's a decent machine and quiet but I feel hard done by at £699 due to the electronics.

Overall good price for £499.







Seems like a superficial point of view.
#27
naughtybunnies
Inactive
" More than 10 in stock " at John Lewis actually means at their suppliers, they do not stock any of these.

Oh, and don't put too much trust in their " 7 day delivery " it is often a lot longer.

https://www.trustpilot.co.uk/review/www.johnlewis.com


I ordered a LEC 3/4 size Fridge from JL, direct delivery from supplier in Thailand.
Quoted 7 weeks, arrived over a week early.
It's pot luck according to how full the shipping container is when you place your order. Simple as that.


7 weeks ..oO

But, other companies actually stock products and deliver next day, John Lewis are being deceitful by stating " In Stock " when in fact they are not ..
#28
MaximusRo
Superficial
pavel76
WAS series washing machines - like this one are made in Germany, threre is no comparison in terms of quality to cheaper ones which are made in Spain or Poland

I'm so bored with hearing and reading comments like this. There are literally no facts behind these opinions as the designs all come from the same team.

It's the quality of the design and parts used that matter - these are spec'd by the manufacturer. Stuff made outside of Germany (or ANY country for that matter) is still made to the same specs and quality control is always done by the parent company. The Germans have been slowly moving their manufacturing outside of Germany for years from cars to vacuums and washing machines are made, mostly in Eastern Europe and China except where there is prestige (so a German flag can stay on the box) not to move or there is hi tech involved.

At the end of the day manufacturing Washing machines is like most mass market products: it's a lot of people in a factories connecting parts together. All electronics from all ranges will come from the same factory (possibly the motor too) and shipped to assembly plants as will the designs.

I have this Washing machine - I got it for £699 so for £499 I'm voting this hot BUT Bosch are nowhere near the amazing company some seem to think - they went mass market years ago. The LCD panel on this has failed twice and had to be reset (there is a button combination you must press after powering off for 30 mins) - I only got the standard 2 year warranty but wish I had got one with 5 years. I genuinely believe it will fail within 2 years.

Miele are the only real hard core 'label' in the washing machine game but, there again, you pay a lot more.

It's a decent machine and quiet but I feel hard done by at £699 due to the electronics.

Overall good price for £499.







Seems like a superficial point of view.

yawn

Looks more like yours is a superficial analysis and a poor punn.

Edited By: Superficial on Dec 29, 2014 18:29: .
#29
quidmaster
@Superficial

What do you know about quality? Bosch are proven to be more reliable than Samsung, fact!

Apart from the fact I own this model? Or that there are many other comments with more realistic, experienced, views on Bosch in this thread? Or apart from the fact you can go out and buy Bosch microwaves and other goods for £50. Sorry if the, rather obvious, truth hurts. I'm not saying Bosch are terrible I'm simply saying that people pretending they are an elite Brand need to be more realistic.

Oh and I never said anything about Samsung (I didn't see anyone pretending Samsung were this amazingly reliable brand as they were with Bosch)- in fact I quite clearly said there is only one hard core washing machine brand which is Miele but you get what you (over) pay for...you know common sense.



Edited By: Superficial on Dec 29, 2014 17:04: .
#30
tin
Only buy this with a long warranty... probably only buy ANY washing machine these days with a long warranty. That's all I'll say.

Never a truer word spoken.
#31
quidmaster
@Superficial

What do you know about quality? Bosch are proven to be more reliable than Samsung, fact!



Do you have any specific proof of this statement.?

My Samsung Washer is now about 12/13 years old, never missed a beat, like other makes, I doubt that any new washer will last as well.
#32
Superficial
pavel76
WAS series washing machines - like this one are made in Germany, threre is no comparison in terms of quality to cheaper ones which are made in Spain or Poland

I'm so bored with hearing and reading comments like this. There are literally no facts behind these opinions as the designs all come from the same team.

It's the quality of the design and parts used that matter - these are spec'd by the manufacturer. Stuff made outside of Germany (or ANY country for that matter) is still made to the same specs and quality control is always done by the parent company. The Germans have been slowly moving their manufacturing outside of Germany for years from cars to vacuums and washing machines are made, mostly in Eastern Europe and China except where there is prestige (so a German flag can stay on the box) not to move or there is hi tech involved.

At the end of the day manufacturing Washing machines is like most mass market products: it's a lot of people in a factories connecting parts together. All electronics from all ranges will come from the same factory (possibly the motor too) and shipped to assembly plants as will the designs.

I have this Washing machine - I got it for £699 so for £499 I'm voting this hot BUT Bosch are nowhere near the amazing company some seem to think - they went mass market years ago. The LCD panel on this has failed twice and had to be reset (there is a button combination you must press after powering off for 30 mins) - I only got the standard 2 year warranty but wish I had got one with 5 years. I genuinely believe it will fail within 2 years.

Miele are the only real hard core 'label' in the washing machine game but, there again, you pay a lot more.

It's a decent machine and quiet but I feel hard done by at £699 due to the electronics.

Overall good price for £499.







I got a Panasonic machine from JL at a very good price 3 years ago, came with a 6 year parts and labour warranty, considered Miele, may be next time. :)
#33
money-talks
WonderWoman
money-talks
The guts are good quality, but the touch sensitive buttons will drive you mad,
You only have to brush by it and they all activate
That's only when it's switched on (i.e when it's in washing mode). It's easily fixed by putting the child lock on (which takes a couple of secs) when you're doing a wash. Aside of that, as long as the control dial is switched to the OFF position - which most people do when not in use, NO amount of brushing etc..will effect it.
BOSCH are great machines imo. Over the past 15+ years I've been through too many brands to remember! BOSCH are the only make that has been 'trouble free' for my household - although I'm aware everyone has there own tales to tell......

That is true, and the child lock is a way around it if you remember, but should you have to do this?
Not really its a pretty poor design flaw, and as a long standing bosch buyer, I won't be having another.
I agree with you :) I was just trying to point out that there is a way around it. IMO It is a design flaw, and a pain. However it wouldn't stop me buying BOSCH products, as the positives outweigh the negs for me (reliability, performance etc...) I appreciate that everyone is different though!
#34
pebrey
I have a slightly smaller version of this same machine (8KG I think). It is a good machine, but there are a few downsides I have found. Someone mentioned the touch buttons been over-sensitive - thats true - you basically have to set the child lock every time to turn it on, otherwise you will be forever trying to work out which setting you just changed mid wash.

When it finishes, it beeps. Incessantly. Like a nagging mother. It drives me nuts.....

It also lacks a spin only cycle - so you have to use the rinse & spin, but this wont let you access the max spin speed (limited to 1200 I think).

Apart from the above, its been excellent. We have had ours for about 3 years now and it runs every day, almost without exception. No problems so far...
Just so you know the 'incessant' beeping can be switched off. It drove me nuts too! If you 'google' your washing machine model number + turn off alarm, it should come up! Follow the instructions and it does work - it's how I managed to stop mine from doing it! !
#35
Great deal! Voted hot...
#36
How are all of you disposing your old machines?

JL don't offer collection or installation... I ordered a price matched LG truesteam washing machines for £549
#37
Superficial
quidmaster
@Superficial

What do you know about quality? Bosch are proven to be more reliable than Samsung, fact!

Apart from the fact I own this model? Or that there are many other comments with more realistic, experienced, views on Bosch in this thread? Or apart from the fact you can go out and buy Bosch microwaves and other goods for £50. Sorry if the, rather obvious, truth hurts. I'm not saying Bosch are terrible I'm simply saying that people pretending they are an elite Brand need to be more realistic.

Oh and I never said anything about Samsung (I didn't see anyone pretending Samsung were this amazingly reliable brand as they were with Bosch)- in fact I quite clearly said there is only one hard core washing machine brand which is Miele but you get what you (over) pay for...you know common sense.


Well done...[clap], [clap], [clap]...round of applause...you should have got a Miele then...like me.
#38
Inactive
quidmaster
@Superficial

What do you know about quality? Bosch are proven to be more reliable than Samsung, fact!


Do you have any specific proof of this statement.?

My Samsung Washer is now about 12/13 years old, never missed a beat, like other makes, I doubt that any new washer will last as well.

Samsung didn't even sell washing machines in the UK that long ago, I worked for them !
#39
WonderWoman
pebrey
I have a slightly smaller version of this same machine (8KG I think). It is a good machine, but there are a few downsides I have found. Someone mentioned the touch buttons been over-sensitive - thats true - you basically have to set the child lock every time to turn it on, otherwise you will be forever trying to work out which setting you just changed mid wash.

When it finishes, it beeps. Incessantly. Like a nagging mother. It drives me nuts.....

It also lacks a spin only cycle - so you have to use the rinse & spin, but this wont let you access the max spin speed (limited to 1200 I think).

Apart from the above, its been excellent. We have had ours for about 3 years now and it runs every day, almost without exception. No problems so far...
Just so you know the 'incessant' beeping can be switched off. It drove me nuts too! If you 'google' your washing machine model number + turn off alarm, it should come up! Follow the instructions and it does work - it's how I managed to stop mine from doing it! !

Or you could just read the instruction book that came with the washer...
#40
checkley73
WonderWoman
pebrey
I have a slightly smaller version of this same machine (8KG I think). It is a good machine, but there are a few downsides I have found. Someone mentioned the touch buttons been over-sensitive - thats true - you basically have to set the child lock every time to turn it on, otherwise you will be forever trying to work out which setting you just changed mid wash.

When it finishes, it beeps. Incessantly. Like a nagging mother. It drives me nuts.....

It also lacks a spin only cycle - so you have to use the rinse & spin, but this wont let you access the max spin speed (limited to 1200 I think).

Apart from the above, its been excellent. We have had ours for about 3 years now and it runs every day, almost without exception. No problems so far...
Just so you know the 'incessant' beeping can be switched off. It drove me nuts too! If you 'google' your washing machine model number + turn off alarm, it should come up! Follow the instructions and it does work - it's how I managed to stop mine from doing it! !

Or you could just read the instruction book that came with the washer...
Or you could just respond when this thread WAS relevant & with something helpful! It clearly took you a while to think of that one. I don't have time to be here daily, like many, so PLEASE don't 'clog' the inbox with pointless comms. Go help on a thread or Go home.

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