Hoover OPH716DF 7KG 1600 Spin Washing Machine, 5 Years Parts, £194.99 @ Currys Clearance - HotUKDeals
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Went down Currys Clearance yesterday to buy a washing machine. Found a great deal on a Hoover washing machine. Usually retails at £399.99, reduced to £299.99 then £194.99 clearance price. The Merry Hill branch had around 4 more machines in stock when we bought ours.

Absolute bargain if you ask me

Type Front-loading washing machine
Wash load 7 kg / 15.4 lb
Maximum spin speed 1600 rpm
Energy rating A+
Wash performance A
Spin performance A
Number of programmes 18
Programme time 140 minutes
Wash Variable temperature Yes
Wash programmes Hand wash, wool program, pre-wash, quick wash
Wash functions Half-load
Features Variable spin Yes
Spin stability Yes
Loading 180-degree opening, larger porthole, left hinge position
Other features Delay timer, overflow protection
Controls Display Digital display
Programme selector Electronic
Environment Consumption per cycle 55 litres
Annual consumption 204 kWh / 11000 litres
Water remaining after spin 44%
Physical Colour White
Dimensions 850 x 600 x 540 mm (H x W x D)
Matching tumble dryer model no. VHV680F, VHC680F, VHC381
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And of course the proof :)

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worst £195 u have ever spent did u wonder why it was cheap ???????
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Hotpoint's 5 year parts warranty is disgraceful - mega expensive call out charges mean its cheaper to get a local repair man out instead.

Having an issue with a Hotpoint machine currently, where the replacement part costs a tenner, local repairman will do the job for £65, hotpoint want more than that just to send out their own guy.

If Hoover's is on a par with this I'd be careful to read the warranty details carefully.

Edited By: Joss on Dec 07, 2010 16:57
And of course the proof :)http://i291.photobucket.com/albums/ll294/stezo2k/Picture-1.png

Why does it say 'non pristine' on the receipt? Was this a ex display unit, or damaged in some way?

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