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please dont vote cold if you like quantity over quality!

Miele is THE best washing machine manufacturer.

works out about £535.50.

extended 5 or 10 yr warranty on other models ( slightly more expensive) if you apply before 9th november.

15% off CODE TO USE 15MLGS (can be used on any miele washing machine)
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#1
good price voted hot.
#2
[SIZE="4"]I bought one of these a couple of years ago when Miele were offering a double guarantee to 10 years[/SIZE] :w00t:

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#3
Good deal top price for a Miele.
#4
Excellent price. A basic MIELE will outlast more complicated and more expensive rivals. I have a miele and at 1600 rpm it is almost silent ! The Miele is really the best there is and if you have a lot of washing to do it is an investment. Not the cheapest and no doubt others have a better spec on paper- but that can also be said of Mercedes cars....
#5
I always buy a Indesit machine. Miles better.
#6
We only have washing for 2 adults, so none of this trying to get spag bol out of crispy white t shirts, so we only need a cheapy quick wash programme to refresh the clothes, so our £150 Beko will do for now, but for a large family as said an investment in a machine nobody could live without is a good price
#7
topbloke77
I always buy a Indesit machine. Miles better.


Dont know how good this one is but my parents last indesit lasted 16 years and even then it wasnt broken but thought it was time they replaced it with another indesit.
#8
My mother had a reputation for killing washing machines so we got one of these. Its not cheap but it is quality that will last !
#9
I have a Haier. Best brand ever. They are the Rolls Royce of cheap Chinese crap. Watch your back Miele and Bosch. Haier and Currys, the ultimate partnership are in the hood to dominate white goods the world over.

I can't wait for a Haier vacuum. The Haier HC01 :-D
#10
topbloke77
I always buy a Indesit machine. Miles better.


:w00t::w00t::w00t::w00t::w00t:
#11
at work we got a washing machine by miele

had it 10 years now its on 5 days a week 6 hours per day and its never went down

i waitng for my washer to go down then i will buy one of these

then again ive had my ariston for 8 years and havent had any trouble but max that goes on is twice a day
#12
Borat
Dont know how good this one is but my parents last indesit lasted 16 years and even then it wasnt broken but thought it was time they replaced it with another indesit.


I ve got an Indesit Condeser Dryer with a 5 yr warranty. 8 (eight) yes 8 warrantly claims in 4 years so far.

Needless to say my faith in Indesit is slightly diminished. Even one of the engineers that came out twice admitted that Hoover, Hotpoint, Candy and Indesit are all poor.


I think this is a great deal BTW. Heat added
#13
I spent 600 quid on a Zanussi years ago. That was constantly failing. A real POS. About 10 call outs.
#14
It's worth reading what this website (http://www.washerhelp.co.uk/buying-advice-1.html) has to say about which companies make which brands, and why the price of washing machines has fallen significantly in real terms in recent years.

(Sitting at home waiting for washing machine repair man...)
#15
Thanks great find
#16
Great post , Always buy quality for white goods , or you get ****** in the behind somewhere down the line.
#17
My parents had a Hotpoint washing machine and a separate tumble drier. Hotpoint was the only make they would consider, The washer, bought in the 1970s lasted 20 years. The drier about the same. Their old cooker only had to be replaced after 20+ years because they could no longer get a replacement part for some small bit which they used.

My parents were not rich, but they were not poor, nor tightfisted. But, if it ain't broke ... etc.

Things lasted back then. Remember that engineering used to be undertaken to the best that was possible at the time, such with cars and machinery in general. Then they started to build in obsolescence and engineered it only to a minimum specification to last a minimum time. Today's goods are lucky to last a few years whereas they would routinely last decades before. Miele is perhaps a hark back to that time as they do go on and on.
#18
[email protected]
Not the cheapest and no doubt others have a better spec on paper- but that can also be said of Mercedes cars....


I bought a Mercedes for my wife and I'll NEVER buy another. Hopeless electrics and their dealers either try to rip you off for unnecessary work or else they are incompetent and break stuff during the service. Over-hyped, overrated and over-priced.

As for Miele, well built stuff, but not infallible. I have a Miele fridge-freezer which replaced another Miele that had two compressor motors which both failed after about four years. I have a Miele slimline dishwasher which is the model of reliability and virtually silent. Finally, I have a Miele washer/dryer bought on eBay to replace the old Miele washer/dryer that no longer dried the washing properly and was terrible at balancing the load so that it bounced around the kitchen if you set it to the highest spin speed.

I have a Dyson vacuum, not a Sebo as you might imagine, and I drive a thirsty 12 year-old Volvo V40 T4 which has been pretty reliable despite the best efforts of their indolent dealerships.
#19
crem
i waitng for my washer to go down then i will buy one of these then again ive had my ariston for 8 years and havent had any trouble but max that goes on is twice a day


My parent's well-used Ariston lasted 15 years and then they gave it to my brother who had the bearings replaced and it lasted at least another five years, so you could be waiting quite a while.
:)
#20
Super deal. No need to change my washing machine right now though. :|
#21
Well I don't understand why it matters how many washes per week or how many people live in a house determins what you buy. If that was the case we'd see more electric cars for those people who work under 10miles from work and drive themselves.


Anyways this is a great price - I bought a Miele washing machine 18months ago when myself and my partner bought our first house. Yes it was expensive, Yes it's on twice a week and Yes we will prob never need to buy another washing machine ever again!!!!

The other point is, if your £150 machine breaks and distroys your load of washing, or pumps water out everywhere - how much damage and how much will it cost to repair, replace and buy a new machine????

On that basis, a £550 machine is great value for money, thus should get only hot votes!
#22
Bosch in my view are the only company not to have compromised quality with output numbers over the years.
#23
we have a Miele vacuum and a Miele dish washer, both awesome

when our washing machines dies il be buying a Miele :)
#24
bigup
we have a Miele vacuum and a Miele dish washer, both awesome

when our washing machines dies il be buying a Miele :)


Ditto ;)
#25
i have an AEG washing machine and dishwasher and both still chugging along after over £12 yrs but if they packed up tomorrow i would defo consider a miele to replace them.
banned#26
Had a Miele for years and its been great.

Hot
#27
We inherited an old Miele washing machine (over 10 years old) when we bought our first house in 1993. We were so impressed with its reliability we took it with us when we moved in 2000. It only gave up the ghost the year before last and we replaced it with another Miele that came with a free 10 year guarantee.

Yes they are pricey but I would not buy another brand of machine, voted smoking hot.
#28
Bosch for me I only ever buy German machines if possible.
#29
We bought a Miele washing machine about a year ago to replace a dead-beyond-economic-repair Bosch. It has a fantastic 30 minute wash that we do pretty much everything apart from nappies on and I reckon that the energy saving from this alone will pay for the machine.
#30
is it 5 year cover? on the Miele website it looks like this model is not included in the 5 year cover promotion so it would just have the standard 2 years - however the model that is £50 more is included
#31
In the interest of balance ;-), we've got a Miele washing machine and it did break down after a year (electrical fault). First Miele repair man did half a job and it had to be fixed some more a couple of days later. No problems for another two years so far and it's on a 10 year warranty so I'm not worried. It is built like a tank.
What surprised me at the time of repair was the first guy saying something along the lines of, 'well, I can't find any reason that you've caused this failure, so it's under warranty this time'. If they find some non-clothing item stuck in the filter or jammed somewhere vital you might not get it fixed for free!?
#32
great price,,,miele is ,,,the daddy of em all,,,more expensive yes,,,,but second to none,,,you have tried the rest now try,,,the best,,,,,we are a family of 5 hammer the washers, been through most models,,even bosch,,in a word,,did not last,,false ecomomy to buy anything else,,,,i got a credit card free int etc and paid it off over 6 months,,,the best thing i ever did,,,now its ,,miele for everyhing and no i dont work for them,,,,.
#33
Only downside is that if they do go wrong they are bloody expensive to fix, because Miele are restricitve with the technical information, making it difficult for an independent to fix. Therefore a significant fault with this machine after the warranty period, and it'd probably be economic to replace it.

That said you're getting an absolute minimum of 5 years (and probably a lot longer) of quiet, efficient washing cycles for £552. That for me beats a £250 machine with a 5 year extended warranty slapped on, bouncing all over the kitchen.

A nice deal.
#34
We have a Candy and this does take the punishment and is going strong after 7+ years.
#35
alera
Bosch for me I only ever buy German machines if possible.


And where do you think Miele machines are made then?

http://www.miele.co.uk/about/
#36
topbloke77;6374490
I always buy a Indesit machine. Miles better.

i guess you are joking
otherwise you are insane as saying indesit is better than a miele is like saying a trabant is better than a bmw/audi/merc
#37
Xadryxil
In the interest of balance ;-), we've got a Miele washing machine and it did break down after a year (electrical fault). First Miele repair man did half a job and it had to be fixed some more a couple of days later. No problems for another two years so far and it's on a 10 year warranty so I'm not worried. It is built like a tank.
What surprised me at the time of repair was the first guy saying something along the lines of, 'well, I can't find any reason that you've caused this failure, so it's under warranty this time'. If they find some non-clothing item stuck in the filter or jammed somewhere vital you might not get it fixed for free!?



Interesting what defines "Non clothing" item. My sister recently had to call out the Hotpoint repair man to her washer and it was a wire from one of her bras that had entangled itself below the drum (How they get through the holes is beyond belief!). I wonder if that constitutes non clothing item?
#38
cheshire_carper;6379833
I spent 600 quid on a Zanussi years ago. That was constantly failing. A real POS. About 10 call outs.

we had a zanussi before spending near £1K on a top of the range miele....had it 7 years when it finally gave up but the bearings had gone at about 5 years but it wasnt worth fixing....it was fine for 2 adults and washing 2-3 a week but when we started to have kids it was on 1/2 a day....thats when you notice these cheaper makes are a waste of space
had the miele 2.5 years - so far, bullet proof and importantly very very quite as washing machines go...can talk to someone next to the machine without raising voice - even when its on full spin.....unlike our dreadful indesit dishwasher (which doesnt clean very well and is very very noisy
#39
3.1415926;6379896
My parents had a Hotpoint washing machine and a separate tumble drier. Hotpoint was the only make they would consider, The washer, bought in the 1970s lasted 20 years. The drier about the same. Their old cooker only had to be replaced after 20+ years because they could no longer get a replacement part for some small bit which they used.

My parents were not rich, but they were not poor, nor tightfisted. But, if it ain't broke ... etc.

Things lasted back then. Remember that engineering used to be undertaken to the best that was possible at the time, such with cars and machinery in general. Then they started to build in obsolescence and engineered it only to a minimum specification to last a minimum time. Today's goods are lucky to last a few years whereas they would routinely last decades before. Miele is perhaps a hark back to that time as they do go on and on.

agreed...my parents had a hotpoint the and they were deemed one of if not the best makes...but in this world of cheap garbage the brands have to compete...reducing costs, putting in inferior parts....eg plastic instead of metal
#40
doublecuffs;6379984
I bought a Mercedes for my wife and I'll NEVER buy another. Hopeless electrics and their dealers either try to rip you off for unnecessary work or else they are incompetent and break stuff during the service. Over-hyped, overrated and over-priced.

As for Miele, well built stuff, but not infallible. I have a Miele fridge-freezer which replaced another Miele that had two compressor motors which both failed after about four years. I have a Miele slimline dishwasher which is the model of reliability and virtually silent. Finally, I have a Miele washer/dryer bought on eBay to replace the old Miele washer/dryer that no longer dried the washing properly and was terrible at balancing the load so that it bounced around the kitchen if you set it to the highest spin speed.

I have a Dyson vacuum, not a Sebo as you might imagine, and I drive a thirsty 12 year-old Volvo V40 T4 which has been pretty reliable despite the best efforts of their indolent dealerships.


i have a merc and its been good but agree with the dealers...daylight robbers

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