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Miele W5740 Washing Machine (Which? Best Buy) £879.99 delivered (free 10 year warranty - parts & labour) @ Peter Tyson

£879.99 @ Peter Tyson Appliances
Which? Best Buy Award. Which? say 'The W5740 is a star performer from Miele and it more than deserves its Best Buy status - it's the highest-scoring washing machine we've ever tested' The Miel…
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Which? Best Buy Award. Which? say 'The W5740 is a star performer from Miele and it more than deserves its Best Buy status - it's the highest-scoring washing machine we've ever tested'


The Miele W5740 Washing Machine is a superb appliance combining generous capacity, advanced washing programmes and superb efficiency with the durability and convenience you would expect from a Miele product making it a perfect addition to your home. Large 7kg capacity drum and a unique honeycomb construct ensuring ultimate garment care



7kg Honeycomb Drum
Energy Efficiency A+
Wash Performance A
Spin efficiency B
Slimline LCD
Express 20
Time Left Display
Proofing
Extra quiet option
400-1400rpm Spin
Dimensions 85 x 59.5 x 61.5 mm
FREE 10 YEAR WARRANTY
Free Delivery (Mon-Fri)
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#1
10 years parts and labour very nice
#2
Thats an expensive washing machine!
1 Like #3
Bosch are very nearly as good - but HALF the price!
#4
I've got a Miele and paid £699 for it. After going through 4 machines in 7 years and the fight with the manufacturers over their 1 year gaurentees, these machines are well worth paying a bit extra for.

Mine is so quiet you don't know its on even during the spin cycle.

Hot for the machine, cold for the price though
#5
MrRee
Bosch are very nearly as good - but HALF the price!

I'm inclined to agree. Hard to believe these are twice as good as the competition - but then I've only ever used a Miele washing machine for a short period. Not voting either way on this as I know they have their fans.
#6
If you have spare money and after long warranty-this is the best choice.
My choice would be -Bosch,as I dont care about warranties ,Bosch name for me is the warranty.
Voting hot-just for the quality.
#7
can get that for £599
#8
fcuk
can get that for £599


Link please.
banned#9
Who is underwriting the 10 year warranty and how much would you value it at?

Our machine gets hammered and we've retired two AEG's in the last 10 years.

This could be very tempting......
#10
good price for what is an expensive brand. siemens/neff/bosch would all be as good in my opinion.
#11
flyingteddy
good price for what is an expensive brand. siemens/neff/bosch would all be as good in my opinion.

Which? rates only Miele at 5 stars for reliability. Bosch and Siemens are rated 4 stars. It's the 10 year parts and labour warranty (Miele backed) that really makes the difference, though.

No repair costs for 10 years - quite a plus!
#12
Just bought an LG after our Siemens packed in after 8 years. It has a 10 year warranty on the motor which is what packed in on our old machine. Can't believe how quiet it is.

Anyone getting a Bosch is essentially buying a Siemens without a 5 year warranty.
#13
thehitman
Just bought an LG after our Siemens packed in after 8 years. It has a 10 year warranty on the motor which is what packed in on our old machine. Can't believe how quiet it is.

Anyone getting a Bosch is essentially buying a Siemens without a 5 year warranty.


thats not actually true, Bosch washing machines are, in the main, produced in Spain and Poland, all the Siemens washers are made in Germany to a different spec, hence the longer guarantee. Bosch is now competing with Hotpoint, but far far more reliable
#14
thehitman
Just bought an LG after our Siemens packed in after 8 years. It has a 10 year warranty on the motor which is what packed in on our old machine. Can't believe how quiet it is.

Anyone getting a Bosch is essentially buying a Siemens without a 5 year warranty.


Siemens now also offer a 10 year motor guarantee on their iQ drive
#15
Rimi
fcuk
can get that for £599

Link please.
if i had a link would i NOT have posted it on here?
go shove your head in washing machine looks filthy

sounds interesting deal on our site moderator
#16
After going through washing machines quite regularly every 3 years, my wife convinced me to spend the extra on a Miele, we bought ours for £750, and it came with a 10 year warranty, its direct with Miele, not a third party, and so far (about 4 years in) we have had no need to call them, the machine screams quality, its chassis is cast iron, it does not have a big brick in side for stabilisation, and when its on, you wouldnt know it.

Could not recommend them if enough, if you can stretch and want a machine that will last. My mother-in-laws has been going for over 25 years, without breaking down once. How many other manufacturers could claim that?
#17
I can tell you the make of a reasonably priced washing machine that you could have bought 20 years ago that could still be giving you good service today but it would be of no help because they don’t make them anymore. Someone else can tell you how good their 15 year old Bosch has been but again this would be of no help to you. Things change, manufactures alter their designs and their standards or they are bought out and only their names survive.

The make of the 20+ year machine? – Hoover.
#18
+1 for Bosch - our very basic Bosch just packed in after 9.5 years of faultless service. It was used on average twice a day during that time. Have replaced it with a Bosch Classixx for 315 quid.
#19
xigent
I can tell you the make of a reasonably priced washing machine that you could have bought 20 years ago that could still be giving you good service today but it would be of no help because they don’t make them anymore. Someone else can tell you how good their 15 year old Bosch has been but again this would be of no help to you. Things change, manufactures alter their designs and their standards or they are bought out and only their names survive.

The make of the 20+ year machine? – Hoover.

Hoover? You're joking, surely? I had Hoovers once, many years ago, but the quality and longevity was appalling.

Then the 'free flights' marketing fiasco put paid to the 'old' Hoover, but the brand's still used by Candy. No idea what they're like now, but they can't be any worse than they were when they were before Candy acquired the name.

As for changes, you're right, but if you talk to people in the trade they'll tell you that Miele is the only brand still made to last for 20 years. There isn't another brand out there with the confidence to give you a free parts and labour 10 year warranty on the full machine, and that says a lot.
#20
can confirm good brand if you have the cash to spare as mother has one, but lets be honest if you spent £250 on a machine you would expect to get 3 to 4 years life, unless its on 24/7 (which mothers more or less is)

so £750 in 10 years for the normal man in the street as opposed to shelling out in one go

not voted either way
#21
I'm always at a loss to understand why so many folk post 'not voting either way'.

Maybe someone should explain to them that they're not being asked to judge on the merits of buying said product, nor what their grans ownership experience is.

For this particular product, like it or not, is the price good? If the 10 year warranty is always available from the manufacturer then I guess its not as its paid for as part of the purchase price.

With so many folk enforcing their rights under the Sale of Goods act these days then I'm convinced that there is no need to buy todays technology and still expect to be using it in 20 years time.

Buy cheap, enforce your rights if necessary, and enjoy the latest technology when you change. In real terms this will probably be a cheaper option too, there's no sign of while goods costing relatively more in the future.
#22
Newbold
xigent
I can tell you the make of a reasonably priced washing machine that you could have bought 20 years ago that could still be giving you good service today but it would be of no help because they don’t make them anymore. Someone else can tell you how good their 15 year old Bosch has been but again this would be of no help to you. Things change, manufactures alter their designs and their standards or they are bought out and only their names survive.

The make of the 20+ year machine? – Hoover.

Hoover? You're joking, surely? I had Hoovers once, many years ago, but the quality and longevity was appalling.

Then the 'free flights' marketing fiasco put paid to the 'old' Hoover, but the brand's still used by Candy. No idea what they're like now, but they can't be any worse than they were when they were before Candy acquired the name.

As for changes, you're right, but if you talk to people in the trade they'll tell you that Miele is the only brand still made to last for 20 years. There isn't another brand out there with the confidence to give you a free parts and labour 10 year warranty on the full machine, and that says a lot.


No I’m not joking. I have a Hoover Ecologic that has been given 20 years of hard use. I understand that spare parts are still available at a reasonable price and there are still a lot of these machines in service.

Miele have made good washing machines in the past and they may still do so, but they are very expensive to buy. After the warranty has expired, you have to hope that nothing goes wrong because Miele have arranged things in such a way that you have little option but to use their expensive repair service.

If someone knows a good way of getting round the Miele repair cost problem, that would be very interesting.


Edited By: xigent on Jun 12, 2011 12:39: .
#23
checkley73
thehitman
Just bought an LG after our Siemens packed in after 8 years. It has a 10 year warranty on the motor which is what packed in on our old machine. Can't believe how quiet it is.

Anyone getting a Bosch is essentially buying a Siemens without a 5 year warranty.


thats not actually true, Bosch washing machines are, in the main, produced in Spain and Poland, all the Siemens washers are made in Germany to a different spec, hence the longer guarantee. Bosch is now competing with Hotpoint, but far far more reliable


They may possibly be produced in different factories but they share the same components and part codes. If you call out an engineer you will get a Siemens technician turn up on your doorstep so I think you'll find they are 'essentially' the same. I was only highlighting that they use mainly the same parts (DNA) not that they are 100% identical. The warranty is part of the reason that Siemens machine cost more.

I would have gone for another Siemens but the LG I purchased for less than half the price and have no complaints thus far.
#24
thehitman
checkley73
thehitman
Just bought an LG after our Siemens packed in after 8 years. It has a 10 year warranty on the motor which is what packed in on our old machine. Can't believe how quiet it is.

Anyone getting a Bosch is essentially buying a Siemens without a 5 year warranty.


thats not actually true, Bosch washing machines are, in the main, produced in Spain and Poland, all the Siemens washers are made in Germany to a different spec, hence the longer guarantee. Bosch is now competing with Hotpoint, but far far more reliable


They may possibly be produced in different factories but they share the same components and part codes. If you call out an engineer you will get a Siemens technician turn up on your doorstep so I think you'll find they are 'essentially' the same. I was only highlighting that they use mainly the same parts (DNA) not that they are 100% identical. The warranty is part of the reason that Siemens machine cost more.

I would have gone for another Siemens but the LG I purchased for less than half the price and have no complaints thus far.


I was just pointing out they are more disimilar, they have different chassis, different drum, different electronic controls, different doors, different specs and different warranties. If you look at the parts list of a Bosch Classix and compare it to a Siemens you will struggle to find similarity of any significance. As for the engineers they are not one brand of another - they are BSH engineers and repair Bosch, Neff and Siemens appliances.

Someone might go for a Bosch thinking its the same as a Siemens based on your comment, which is not a true reflection of fact.

and yes I work for the company that produces and sells both. They are both good, but different.
#25
checkley73
thehitman
checkley73
thehitman
Just bought an LG after our Siemens packed in after 8 years. It has a 10 year warranty on the motor which is what packed in on our old machine. Can't believe how quiet it is.

Anyone getting a Bosch is essentially buying a Siemens without a 5 year warranty.


thats not actually true, Bosch washing machines are, in the main, produced in Spain and Poland, all the Siemens washers are made in Germany to a different spec, hence the longer guarantee. Bosch is now competing with Hotpoint, but far far more reliable


They may possibly be produced in different factories but they share the same components and part codes. If you call out an engineer you will get a Siemens technician turn up on your doorstep so I think you'll find they are 'essentially' the same. I was only highlighting that they use mainly the same parts (DNA) not that they are 100% identical. The warranty is part of the reason that Siemens machine cost more.

I would have gone for another Siemens but the LG I purchased for less than half the price and have no complaints thus far.


I was just pointing out they are more disimilar, they have different chassis, different drum, different electronic controls, different doors, different specs and different warranties. If you look at the parts list of a Bosch Classix and compare it to a Siemens you will struggle to find similarity of any significance. As for the engineers they are not one brand of another - they are BSH engineers and repair Bosch, Neff and Siemens appliances.

Someone might go for a Bosch thinking its the same as a Siemens based on your comment, which is not a true reflection of fact.

and yes I work for the company that produces and sells both. They are both good, but different.


I never said they are 'the same'.

Effectively the situation is much like the VW/Audi Group where a number of components are shared between VW, Audi, Skoda, Seat etc. They all have different doors, seats, boots etc, much like Bosch and Siemens but there are still similarities under the shell although they are not identical. I also already flagged up the warranty. Anyway, I don't really have to passion to continue an argument, they all clean clothes and are good machines.
#26
thehitman
checkley73
thehitman
checkley73
thehitman
Just bought an LG after our Siemens packed in after 8 years. It has a 10 year warranty on the motor which is what packed in on our old machine. Can't believe how quiet it is.

Anyone getting a Bosch is essentially buying a Siemens without a 5 year warranty.


thats not actually true, Bosch washing machines are, in the main, produced in Spain and Poland, all the Siemens washers are made in Germany to a different spec, hence the longer guarantee. Bosch is now competing with Hotpoint, but far far more reliable


They may possibly be produced in different factories but they share the same components and part codes. If you call out an engineer you will get a Siemens technician turn up on your doorstep so I think you'll find they are 'essentially' the same. I was only highlighting that they use mainly the same parts (DNA) not that they are 100% identical. The warranty is part of the reason that Siemens machine cost more.

I would have gone for another Siemens but the LG I purchased for less than half the price and have no complaints thus far.


I was just pointing out they are more disimilar, they have different chassis, different drum, different electronic controls, different doors, different specs and different warranties. If you look at the parts list of a Bosch Classix and compare it to a Siemens you will struggle to find similarity of any significance. As for the engineers they are not one brand of another - they are BSH engineers and repair Bosch, Neff and Siemens appliances.

Someone might go for a Bosch thinking its the same as a Siemens based on your comment, which is not a true reflection of fact.

and yes I work for the company that produces and sells both. They are both good, but different.


I never said they are 'the same'.

Effectively the situation is much like the VW/Audi Group where a number of components are shared between VW, Audi, Skoda, Seat etc. They all have different doors, seats, boots etc, much like Bosch and Siemens but there are still similarities under the shell although they are not identical. I also already flagged up the warranty. Anyway, I don't really have to passion to continue an argument, they all clean clothes and are good machines.


i give up, some people just don't get it.

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