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Haier 5Kg Washing Machine £129.00 @ Marks Electrical

£129.00 @ Mark's Electrical
Haier 5Kg Washing Machine Product code: HW50-10F1 Colour - White Spin (rpm) - 1000 Capacity (kg) - 5 Delay Start Timer - Yes Dimensions (HxWxD) (mm) - 845 x 597 x 497 (depth excludes knobs, door…
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Haier 5Kg Washing Machine
Product code: HW50-10F1
Colour - White
Spin (rpm) - 1000
Capacity (kg) - 5
Delay Start Timer - Yes
Dimensions (HxWxD) (mm) - 845 x 597 x 497 (depth excludes knobs, door and pipe work)
Guarantee - 2 years parts and labour

Budget brand, but with 2 years parts and labour and free delivery can't really go wrong.

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#1
worth it for 2 year warranty.
#2
Paid about this for mine about nine years ago
make of that what you will ?
#3
I can only guess how did they manage to keep the price this low, knowing it was brought all the way from China.
#4
Not totally relevant but our Haier fridge-freezer is now over three years old and still going strong. Yes Haier kit is cheap but it really does seem to last.
#5
never herd of the make. any good:?
#7
Can recommend Haier and this is certainly cheap but a max 1000rpm spin will leave your clothes very wet
#8
Haier is an India company. Usually renowned for Aircon
#9
japes
Can recommend Haier and this is certainly cheap but a max 1000rpm spin will leave your clothes very wet

That spin speed is appalling,I'd avoid for that alone.
#10
deb8z
japes
Can recommend Haier and this is certainly cheap but a max 1000rpm spin will leave your clothes very wet

That spin speed is appalling,I'd avoid for that alone.


Ours is 1000rpm and the clothes do stay wet but my cousin bought it for us as a housewarming present
#11
aishakhan894
deb8z
japes
Can recommend Haier and this is certainly cheap but a max 1000rpm spin will leave your clothes very wet
That spin speed is appalling,I'd avoid for that alone.
Ours is 1000rpm and the clothes do stay wet but my cousin bought it for us as a housewarming present

More time and money to dry them in the Winter though,so it's a false economy sadly.
#12
Disco Dave
Haier is an India company. Usually renowned for Aircon

no it's not. Try typing Haier into google ok?
#13
yulu91
deb8z
aishakhan894
deb8z
japes
Can recommend Haier and this is certainly cheap but a max 1000rpm spin will leave your clothes very wet
That spin speed is appalling,I'd avoid for that alone.
Ours is 1000rpm and the clothes do stay wet but my cousin bought it for us as a housewarming present
More time and money to dry them in the Winter though,so it's a false economy sadly.
What makes you think spinning faster doesn't cost your more money?

Even if it does,why would you want soaking wet clothes in the Winter that you will have to dry in a Tumble Dryer or on radiators,surely if you have a choice it's best to opt for one with a higher spin speed.

If you're spending more money on drying clothes or a higher spin speed I know which one I'd choose.
#14
5kg of heat from me.
1 Like #15
Whoops. Chinese
#16
deb8z
aishakhan894
deb8z
japes
Can recommend Haier and this is certainly cheap but a max 1000rpm spin will leave your clothes very wet
That spin speed is appalling,I'd avoid for that alone.
Ours is 1000rpm and the clothes do stay wet but my cousin bought it for us as a housewarming present

More time and money to dry them in the Winter though,so it's a false economy sadly.


Very true
#17
Spin (rpm) - 1000???? You will probably run out of clothing before the first wash is dry.
1 Like #18
Just put on for another spin when the wash cycle finishes. That will take a lot more water out than a faster spin and cause less creases in your clothes. Simple.
1 Like #19
thewongwing101
Paid about this for mine about nine years ago
make of that what you will ?
You wear your clothes once? ;)

£129 it's a disposable washer.
#20
PhilMcM
Just put on for another spin when the wash cycle finishes. That will take a lot more water out than a faster spin and cause less creases in your clothes. Simple.


​Sadly doesn't work that way
#21
ok price for 5kg lol.
#22
Disco Dave
Whoops. Chinese
Isn't everything?
#23
japes
PhilMcM
Just put on for another spin when the wash cycle finishes. That will take a lot more water out than a faster spin and cause less creases in your clothes. Simple.
​Sadly doesn't work that way

japes
PhilMcM
Just put on for another spin when the wash cycle finishes. That will take a lot more water out than a faster spin and cause less creases in your clothes. Simple.
​Sadly doesn't work that way

What do you mean "doesn't work that way". I can see the Spin programme on the control dial. We mostly do an extra spin cycle after a wash on our machine and it makes a big difference to how wet the clothes are. Not with woollens and articles requiring gentle spin of course.
#24
Disco Dave
Whoops. Chinese


Whoops racist
#25
deb8z
yulu91
deb8z
aishakhan894
deb8z
japes
Can recommend Haier and this is certainly cheap but a max 1000rpm spin will leave your clothes very wet
That spin speed is appalling,I'd avoid for that alone.
Ours is 1000rpm and the clothes do stay wet but my cousin bought it for us as a housewarming present
More time and money to dry them in the Winter though,so it's a false economy sadly.
What makes you think spinning faster doesn't cost your more money?

Even if it does,why would you want soaking wet clothes in the Winter that you will have to dry in a Tumble Dryer or on radiators,surely if you have a choice it's best to opt for one with a higher spin speed.

If you're spending more money on drying clothes or a higher spin speed I know which one I'd choose.




Go do more research then you'll know increase the spinning speed from 1000 to 1200, 1300 or even 1400 rpm the difference is negligible. Only jump to 1800 rpm you'll have a noticeable change. However high spinning washing machine is in the first place cost more and for lots of people who are after budget washing machine a cheap one like this is perfect for the needs, which is the point of this post and this site. Stop dumping "this is rubbish l, spend a million pound more to get a better one" kind of BS here and vote based on the value of the posted product itself!
#26
yulu91
deb8z
yulu91
deb8z
aishakhan894
deb8z
japes
Can recommend Haier and this is certainly cheap but a max 1000rpm spin will leave your clothes very wet
That spin speed is appalling,I'd avoid for that alone.
Ours is 1000rpm and the clothes do stay wet but my cousin bought it for us as a housewarming present
More time and money to dry them in the Winter though,so it's a false economy sadly.
What makes you think spinning faster doesn't cost your more money?
Even if it does,why would you want soaking wet clothes in the Winter that you will have to dry in a Tumble Dryer or on radiators,surely if you have a choice it's best to opt for one with a higher spin speed.
If you're spending more money on drying clothes or a higher spin speed I know which one I'd choose.
Go do more research then you'll know increase the spinning speed from 1000 to 1200, 1300 or even 1400 rpm the difference is negligible. Only jump to 1800 rpm you'll have a noticeable change. However high spinning washing machine is in the first place cost more and for lots of people who are after budget washing machine a cheap one like this is perfect for the needs, which is the point of this post and this site. Stop dumping "this is rubbish l, spend a million pound more to get a better one" kind of BS here and vote based on the value of the posted product itself!

This site is also about user experience,I know from experience that lower spin speeds leave the washing absolutely sodden and they take longer to dry,why are you being rude and aggressive?
#27
deb8z
yulu91
deb8z
yulu91
deb8z
aishakhan894
deb8z
japes
Can recommend Haier and this is certainly cheap but a max 1000rpm spin will leave your clothes very wet
That spin speed is appalling,I'd avoid for that alone.
Ours is 1000rpm and the clothes do stay wet but my cousin bought it for us as a housewarming present
More time and money to dry them in the Winter though,so it's a false economy sadly.
What makes you think spinning faster doesn't cost your more money?
Even if it does,why would you want soaking wet clothes in the Winter that you will have to dry in a Tumble Dryer or on radiators,surely if you have a choice it's best to opt for one with a higher spin speed.
If you're spending more money on drying clothes or a higher spin speed I know which one I'd choose.
Go do more research then you'll know increase the spinning speed from 1000 to 1200, 1300 or even 1400 rpm the difference is negligible. Only jump to 1800 rpm you'll have a noticeable change. However high spinning washing machine is in the first place cost more and for lots of people who are after budget washing machine a cheap one like this is perfect for the needs, which is the point of this post and this site. Stop dumping "this is rubbish l, spend a million pound more to get a better one" kind of BS here and vote based on the value of the posted product itself!

This site is also about user experience,I know from experience that lower spin speeds leave the washing absolutely sodden and they take longer to dry,why are you being rude and aggressive?


No nobody cares your experience here there are loads loads of review sites out there! This site is for opinions if spending a particular amount of money on a particular product is a deal or not. Of course obviously apparently there are defo always better products exist BUT HOWEVER you need to spend more money, which is not a deal! If you have found a wash machine spinning like a million rpm and cost less than other similar products then please post it. Otherwise people interested in the products are not interested your "experience" of what better choices are out there.
#28
yulu91
deb8z
yulu91
deb8z
yulu91
deb8z
aishakhan894
deb8z
japes
Can recommend Haier and this is certainly cheap but a max 1000rpm spin will leave your clothes very wet
That spin speed is appalling,I'd avoid for that alone.
Ours is 1000rpm and the clothes do stay wet but my cousin bought it for us as a housewarming present
More time and money to dry them in the Winter though,so it's a false economy sadly.
What makes you think spinning faster doesn't cost your more money?
Even if it does,why would you want soaking wet clothes in the Winter that you will have to dry in a Tumble Dryer or on radiators,surely if you have a choice it's best to opt for one with a higher spin speed.
If you're spending more money on drying clothes or a higher spin speed I know which one I'd choose.
Go do more research then you'll know increase the spinning speed from 1000 to 1200, 1300 or even 1400 rpm the difference is negligible. Only jump to 1800 rpm you'll have a noticeable change. However high spinning washing machine is in the first place cost more and for lots of people who are after budget washing machine a cheap one like this is perfect for the needs, which is the point of this post and this site. Stop dumping "this is rubbish l, spend a million pound more to get a better one" kind of BS here and vote based on the value of the posted product itself!
This site is also about user experience,I know from experience that lower spin speeds leave the washing absolutely sodden and they take longer to dry,why are you being rude and aggressive?
No nobody cares your experience here there are loads loads of review sites out there! This site is for opinions if spending a particular amount of money on a particular product is a deal or not. Of course obviously apparently there are defo always better products exist BUT HOWEVER you need to spend more money, which is not a deal! If you have found a wash machine spinning like a million rpm and cost less than other similar products then please post it. Otherwise people interested in the products are not interested your "experience" of what better choices are out there.

I gather from your comments you're a clueless Male with no actual experience of low spin speed machines,I'll leave you to it,good day to you.
#29
deb8z
yulu91
deb8z
yulu91
deb8z
yulu91
deb8z
aishakhan894
deb8z
japes
Can recommend Haier and this is certainly cheap but a max 1000rpm spin will leave your clothes very wet
That spin speed is appalling,I'd avoid for that alone.
Ours is 1000rpm and the clothes do stay wet but my cousin bought it for us as a housewarming present
More time and money to dry them in the Winter though,so it's a false economy sadly.
What makes you think spinning faster doesn't cost your more money?
Even if it does,why would you want soaking wet clothes in the Winter that you will have to dry in a Tumble Dryer or on radiators,surely if you have a choice it's best to opt for one with a higher spin speed.
If you're spending more money on drying clothes or a higher spin speed I know which one I'd choose.
Go do more research then you'll know increase the spinning speed from 1000 to 1200, 1300 or even 1400 rpm the difference is negligible. Only jump to 1800 rpm you'll have a noticeable change. However high spinning washing machine is in the first place cost more and for lots of people who are after budget washing machine a cheap one like this is perfect for the needs, which is the point of this post and this site. Stop dumping "this is rubbish l, spend a million pound more to get a better one" kind of BS here and vote based on the value of the posted product itself!
This site is also about user experience,I know from experience that lower spin speeds leave the washing absolutely sodden and they take longer to dry,why are you being rude and aggressive?
No nobody cares your experience here there are loads loads of review sites out there! This site is for opinions if spending a particular amount of money on a particular product is a deal or not. Of course obviously apparently there are defo always better products exist BUT HOWEVER you need to spend more money, which is not a deal! If you have found a wash machine spinning like a million rpm and cost less than other similar products then please post it. Otherwise people interested in the products are not interested your "experience" of what better choices are out there.

I gather from your comments you're a clueless Male with no actual experience of low spin speed machines,I'll leave you to it,good day to you.


After all the vote count tells all. You keep thinking people cares your experience or how helpful your experience is.... lol
#30
people 1000 spin is plenty mine are fine. if u fast spin have u seen what does ur ur cloths fibers . if not check it out oO

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