Hotpoint WML540G Washing Machine £239.99 delivered + £35 cashback @ Bestbuy - HotUKDeals
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Possible £204.26 after cashback

With its modern and stylish graphite / black design, a large 6kg load capacity and an 'AAB' rating for energy efficiency, wash and spin performance the Hotpoint WML540G Washing Machine is an excellent choice for any family.

Exceedingly versatile with 13 different programmes, the WML540G is great for any situation and helps to keep your clothes in pristine condition for as long as possible. The programmes include a reduced creases option, which reduces the agitation of the water in the drum and the spin speed so your washing comes out with fewer creases and is much easier to press, an extra rinse mode for sensitive skin and a half load to help save you time whilst using less water and energy.

The 1400RPM Hotpoint WML540G Washing Machine is easy to use thanks to its clearly labelled programmes and independent temperature dial, programme dial and variable spin speed dial. Excellent value for money, it also features a time remaining indicator and never exceeds a noise level of 58dB.
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#1
Very poor reviews, noisy being the most often quoted one. I was looking at this as a possible and also the washer dryer if going for one machine but only 6kg I believe.

Still, it has to be better than that Beko stuff favoured by the BTL landlords.
#2
I have had this machine for 12 months now. Yes it is noisy but I just shut the kitchen door and we can't hear it from the lounge. Lots of programmes. I would recommend........only thing I would 'complain' about would be the noise other than that it's ok. Voted hot as we paid £290 from currys.
#3
any details on how you get the possible cash back pls? Is it via Quidco ?
#4
imiskeen
any details on how you get the possible cash back pls? Is it via Quidco ?


Via Quidco or TCB .... if you're not a member of either use the link below as it will take you to TCB

http://www.bestbuy.co.uk/top-cashback
#5
Cheers was being lazy, I just checked quidco - 14.89% = very good deal for this washer. I need to buy one today and am stuck between the Bosch @ £319 or this HP @ £239.

Both deals seem REALLY hot to me so cheers OP. Now all I gotta do is decide. Heat added.

Edited By: imiskeen on Dec 04, 2010 13:31: ?
#6
Have a look on Pixmania. Their stuff is from Currys or listed partner and there is 5.55% cashback into topcashback as well.

Plus discount code pixcyber6 and pixcyber 18

Edited By: 3.1415926 on Dec 04, 2010 13:40
#7
Cheers Pie, I'll give them a look as well. =]
#8
Terrible machine - bought for its looks, v noisy, and binned it at tip after a year
#9
3.1415926

Still, it has to be better than that Beko stuff favoured by the BTL landlords.
Funny, because I picked up a Beko WME8227W for 209 quid at Currys several weeks ago (had 9.3 out of 10 in over 700 Revoo reviews - customer rated #1 of all machines with 15+ reviews under 250 quid and rated #1 for value for money of *all* 15+ review machines) and it's a great machine (currently 229 quid in Comet). If you've got money to burn, buy a 800 quid Miele, but apparently that's the only machine that beats the Beko out of the 782 machines that Revoo rate!

8kg load, quiet, loads of programmes (yes, including hand wash and pre-wash, both missing from the Hotpoint), time remaining indicator (and other stuff on a handy big LCD display), adjustable spin speed and temperature, child lock and optional delayed start. Beko may have a poorer brand name than others, but they scored big with this model, IMHO - cheaper, quieter and more features than its rivals.


Edited By: rkl on Dec 04, 2010 14:22: Reviews link
#10
Good price shame about the brand though, I used to own a Hotpoint washer which pretty much annually had to be repaired for the exact same problem, the repair man basically told me that it was a known about design fault, suffice to say I haven't purchased Hotpoint since, Good deal though!
#11
Kitted an entire kitchen out with Hotpoint stuff a few years back, fridge freezer, gas hob, extractor fan, electric oven, washing machine & tumble dryer. Everything failed after 24-36 months except the extractor fan. Will never EVER buy another product from them again at any price. My mother in law has had a Hotpoint fridge freezer for nearly 20 years and never had a problem.

Conclusion:

Used to be a good brand but are now using cheap materials and shoddy assembly techniques.

Good luck with the washer folks!
#12
imiskeen
Cheers was being lazy, I just checked quidco - 14.89% = very good deal for this washer. I need to buy one today and am stuck between the Bosch @ £319 or this HP @ £239.Both deals seem REALLY hot to me so cheers OP. Now all I gotta do is decide. Heat added.

The "Hotpoint" is no more than a badge purchased by the indesit group as is AEG a badge purchased by the electrolux group. The only advise I would offer is to test the customer service BEFORE you buy i.e. if things do go wrong, do you have to dial a premium rate number (0844) I notice that the ONLY british manufacture of tumble dryers for instance is the only one I know with an 0800 number to register your guarantee!

If you are looking for good aftersales pretend you just bought an appliance and call the customer service .....how long would you have to wait for an engineer to visit? You may be surprised!
#13
Absolute rubbish.
We had the model above this one with the digital display.
Terrible machine - the rubber seal around the drum started to go mouldy after 6 mths - on a washing machine!!
Poor build quality and shoddy design. we also have a hotpoint frost free fridge freezer - works OK but build quailty is horrendous.
I for one will never buy Hotpoint anything again.
Andy
#14
rkl
3.1415926

Still, it has to be better than that Beko stuff favoured by the BTL landlords.
Funny, because I picked up a Beko WME8227W for 209 quid at Currys several weeks ago (had 9.3 out of 10 in over 700 Revoo reviews - customer rated #1 of all machines with 15+ reviews under 250 quid and rated #1 for value for money of *all* 15+ review machines) and it's a great machine (currently 229 quid in Comet). If you've got money to burn, buy a 800 quid Miele, but apparently that's the only machine that beats the Beko out of the 782 machines that Revoo rate!

8kg load, quiet, loads of programmes (yes, including hand wash and pre-wash, both missing from the Hotpoint), time remaining indicator (and other stuff on a handy big LCD display), adjustable spin speed and temperature, child lock and optional delayed start. Beko may have a poorer brand name than others, but they scored big with this model, IMHO - cheaper, quieter and more features than its rivals.



Yep, Beko is a 'budget brand' but building a reputation for above ave reliability. Hotpoint poorly rated for reliability. There have been some great deals on Bosch on HUKD recently - well rated.

Ask yourself if you really need all those progs and gizmos - bet you end up using only a couple of them.
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Avoid. Never buying hot point again. The drum went in the first year. Rust all over the front of the unit due to a poor paint job. Hot point couldn't give a toss. They were once pretty good 10 years ago.

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