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Miele WDA 100 Washing Machine £530.10 ( £455.10 after redemption) @ Currys

£530.10 @ Currys
I've been looking at the washing machine deals at the moment as mine is making some funny noises, however I quite fancy paying a little bit more for better quality, and Miele seem to be one of the bes…
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I've been looking at the washing machine deals at the moment as mine is making some funny noises, however I quite fancy paying a little bit more for better quality, and Miele seem to be one of the best around.

Currys currently have the WDA100 reduced to £589 at the moment, however they also have 10% off using code 'LBOX10' ends 31 Dec.

Further to this, Miele have a £75 redemption on until the end of Jan, so overall this takes the price down to £455.10 which seems a great deal for a Miele washing machine.

Judging by the reviews for this model it is excellent.

@ Currys
- peters123

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1 Like #1
Don't think you can go wrong with this. Some will argue that it doesn't have a 5 year warranty therefore you'd be better get one which does - a loads of b******s in my view :)
#2
Great find, engineers always recommend Miele for good reason.
1 Like #3
Miele is great!
#4
only 2 years warranty ?
#5
2 years warranty does seem a little stingy EmS138.
Especially when Samsung etc. are doing 5 years on a lot of models.
4 Likes #6
Zardoz
2 years warranty does seem a little stingy EmS138.
Especially when Samsung etc. are doing 5 years on a lot of models.

If I use a car analogy, Kia probably offer a 5 year, 100,000 mile warranty at the moment; Bentley probably don't. I think that is about an equivalent comparison...
#7
Cant knock this - but I thought all Mieles came with the 5 year warranty as standard . Hope they're not doing like Bosch did , introducing a budget range -made in Spain :(
#8
rogparki
Cant knock this - but I thought all Mieles came with the 5 year warranty as standard . Hope they're not doing like Bosch did , introducing a budget range -made in Spain :(

Standard Miele warranty is 2 years. Looks like they sometimes do 5 or 10 year warranty offers on certain products as a promotion but I'm unsure whether this has changed recently. I don't think that detracts from the brand imo.
#9
Like someone said on the Samsung post, the problem with the warranties is the waiting for two weeks to get the machine fixed and trying to get your clothes washed in the mean time.
I'm hopefully getting a machine which wont break down in the first place.
[Fingers Crossed]


Edited By: sjohnst4 on Dec 29, 2014 20:53
3 Likes #10
Better buying the WDA110 for £649 before 10% discount and getting your £75 cashback + 5 year warranty on top. Surely that £54 has got to be worth 3 years warranty and having the next model up.




Edited By: monkeyhanger75 on Dec 29, 2014 22:01
#11
Got this around 9 years now without a single problem, would definitely buy again, cost nearly £1000 but had 10 year guarantee which gave us peace of mind.
#12
bought a meile to replace our old meile which lasted 15 trouble free years before chucking its hand in.
quality make IMHO
#13
Crikey, I know you get what you pay for, but this seems far too much for a washing machine surely?
1 Like #14
herrbz
Crikey, I know you get what you pay for, but this seems far too much for a washing machine surely?

If you use it a lot then no.
#15
I have this washing machine. For the money, I don't think it's very good. Clothes sometimes come out sopping wet on the regular preset washes. I would go for something else next time.
#16
Seems quite expensive for a 7KG maximum load?
#17
monkeyhanger75
Better buying the WDA110 for £649 before 10% discount and getting your £75 cashback + 5 year warranty on top. Surely that £54 has got to be worth 3 years warranty and having the next model up.

Hard to argue with that logic. I'm not sure there is much difference between WDA100 and WDA110 (both models available from Currys with the 10% discount), but would think it is worth paying ~£60 for 3 years of extra warranty. The extra warranty is a specific Miele promotion for the WDA110 and certain other models: Miele warranty link



Edited By: EmS138 on Dec 29, 2014 23:13
#18
MrManwelo
I have this washing machine. For the money, I don't think it's very good. Clothes sometimes come out sopping wet on the regular preset washes. I would go for something else next time.

That's disappointing having heard lots of good things about them! Have you called customer services, sounds like a problem?
#19
its dead simple,,you have tried the rest,now get the best,miele purely and simply is the daddy of em all,not only that,quiet as a mouse,,any other make is false economy,had mine 8 years (10 year p&l guarantee) not needed them to come out once,brilliant machine the best purchase by a country mile i have made.

Edited By: bond e lad on Dec 29, 2014 23:23
1 Like #20
The only people with anything bad to say about miele are those who have never owned one of their machines or cannot afford to. If you can manage to strech to this just get it. It will pay its way in the long run
#21
Our Candy washer / dryer reached 11 years with no problems so it's not just expensive machines that last.
#22
Any product that has a premium price and braggs about quality should have a warranty to back it up. If they truely believe its built to last then they should have no worries backing it up with warranty
1 Like #23
uncle buck
Our Candy washer / dryer reached 11 years with no problems so it's not just expensive machines that last.

I've got a 2nd hand Indesit that cost me £50 which has worked for 5 years so far. I run it with some cheap Aldi or whatever I can get cheap enough washing machine cleaner from time to time. I'm a single user so it doesn't get as hammered as a family with kids.
1 Like #24
EmS138
Zardoz
2 years warranty does seem a little stingy EmS138.
Especially when Samsung etc. are doing 5 years on a lot of models.

If I use a car analogy, Kia probably offer a 5 year, 100,000 mile warranty at the moment; Bentley probably don't. I think that is about an equivalent comparison...

Not really: KIA's warranty is actually 7 years; Bentley owners will just lose their shirt when they're relegated to Div 1 after 18 months.

Warranties on any product are simply factored into the price: Hotpoint could do a 10 year warranty but then the machine would cost more than a Miele (or a Bentley!).



Edited By: Besford on Dec 30, 2014 13:23: typo
1 Like #25
Nothing against Miele, but here is another good buy well worth a look at from John Lewis:

PANASONIC NA-168VG4
Capacity: 8 kg
Spin speed: 1600 rpm
Energy rating: A+++
5 Year Warranty
£120 Cashback


Special Offer: Claim £120 cashback via redemption. Offer ends 9 January 2015.
An extra 3 years warranty is also available at no extra cost.

Free Delivery

£549 (£429 after cashback)


LINK





Edited By: austinc on Dec 30, 2014 00:24
#26
Will last much longer than your usual brands. Hot hot hot.
#27
themachman
herrbz
Crikey, I know you get what you pay for, but this seems far too much for a washing machine surely?

If you use it a lot then no.

But aren't there loads of excellent washing machines in the £200-£300 category? This also only has a 7kg load (which seems small to me), and you also have to buy it from Currys, which is always a downside.
#28
EmS138
Zardoz
2 years warranty does seem a little stingy EmS138.
Especially when Samsung etc. are doing 5 years on a lot of models.

If I use a car analogy, Kia probably offer a 5 year, 100,000 mile warranty at the moment; Bentley probably don't. I think that is about an equivalent comparison...

Your analogy is wrong. Bentley is one of the most unreliable brands on the market today.

Much better to use someone like Honda or Toyota.
#29
Very tempted to pull the trigger on the Miele WDA110, and tried to last night - Currys website was being glitchy, I'd filled in the billing info, with no spaces yet it was saying i'd missed something and wouldn't indicate what.

We have an elderly Bosch, must be around 15 years old now and it started getting a bit noisy on spindown in the last 6 months, the drum seems to be rubbing the rubber door seal hard when spinning down, I suspect the bearings are on the way out. I don't think Bosch makes washing machines like that any more, it's never once broken down *touch wood*.
#30
EmS138
monkeyhanger75
Better buying the WDA110 for £649 before 10% discount and getting your £75 cashback + 5 year warranty on top. Surely that £54 has got to be worth 3 years warranty and having the next model up.

Hard to argue with that logic. I'm not sure there is much difference between WDA100 and WDA110 (both models available from Currys with the 10% discount), but would think it is worth paying ~£60 for 3 years of extra warranty. The extra warranty is a specific Miele promotion for the WDA110 and certain other models: Miele warranty link


The machines are the same - the only difference is the 110 series has a slanted facia

It's the same when you look at the next models up always the 10 numbered model will be the slanted facia.

#31
We have a Miele washer dryer, not the most reliable but better that the Hotpoint and Hoover ones we had before. Had a 5 year warranty and then signed up for the extended Miele warranty for £8.50 a month. Fill out the Miele form they send you as we phoned and it is underwritten by Domestic and General who would not honour the deal and wanted £13.95 for same cover. Having spoken to quite a few Miele service guys if you get the Miele extended warranty the engineer can authorise parts required but DG warranty they have to phone up to get authorisation.
#32
rogparki
Cant knock this - but I thought all Mieles came with the 5 year warranty as standard . Hope they're not doing like Bosch did , introducing a budget range -made in Spain :(

Their basic dishwasher is not made in Germany (Romania? can't remember), so I would expect that this lower end model would not be made there either.
#33
Go for it - hot deal - Had a Miele for 12 years love it and still going strong with lots of use (family of 5) - stick with washer only - all washer dryers have tendencies to go wrong !!
#34
fowlersarebest
We have a Miele washer dryer, not the most reliable but better that the Hotpoint and Hoover ones we had before. Had a 5 year warranty and then signed up for the extended Miele warranty for £8.50 a month. Fill out the Miele form they send you as we phoned and it is underwritten by Domestic and General who would not honour the deal and wanted £13.95 for same cover. Having spoken to quite a few Miele service guys if you get the Miele extended warranty the engineer can authorise parts required but DG warranty they have to phone up to get authorisation.

All paid extended warranties (actually insurance) are a bad deal. You're paying £100 a year just to keep your machine on the road (and a big profit margin to the insurer). Put all your extended warranty premiums into a savings account and draw on it when needed. Over time you'll be well in pocket.

Alternatively get Nationwide's £10/month current account with extended warranty, car breakdown, travel insurance, etc.
#35
austinc
Nothing against Miele, but here is another good buy well worth a look at from John Lewis:

PANASONIC NA-168VG4
Capacity: 8 kg
Spin speed: 1600 rpm
Energy rating: A+++
5 Year Warranty
£120 Cashback


Special Offer: Claim £120 cashback via redemption. Offer ends 9 January 2015.
An extra 3 years warranty is also available at no extra cost.

Free Delivery

£549 (£429 after cashback)


LINK




The total warranty would be 5 years (2 + 3), and that should be parts and labour, as mine is. I have a Panny from JL and can recommend a) the machine and b) the supplier.

Edited By: Sogaaddict on Dec 30, 2014 14:30
#36
This machine is good if you don't mind tge constant nagging along the lines of 'You stupid woman. You should have chosen a higher temperature wash' in my best Rene voice from Allo Allo.
#37
Zardoz
2 years warranty does seem a little stingy EmS138.
Especially when Samsung etc. are doing 5 years on a lot of models.
Samsung washers need that 5 years warranty.Miele doesn't.;)
#38
Besford
fowlersarebest
We have a Miele washer dryer, not the most reliable but better that the Hotpoint and Hoover ones we had before. Had a 5 year warranty and then signed up for the extended Miele warranty for £8.50 a month. Fill out the Miele form they send you as we phoned and it is underwritten by Domestic and General who would not honour the deal and wanted £13.95 for same cover. Having spoken to quite a few Miele service guys if you get the Miele extended warranty the engineer can authorise parts required but DG warranty they have to phone up to get authorisation.



All paid extended warranties (actually insurance) are a bad deal. You're paying £100 a year just to keep your machine on the road (and a big profit margin to the insurer). Put all your extended warranty premiums into a savings account and draw on it when needed. Over time you'll be well in pocket.


Alternatively get Nationwide's £10/month current account with extended warranty, car breakdown, travel insurance, etc.
Sogaaddict
austinc
Nothing against Miele, but here is another good buy well worth a look at from John Lewis:

PANASONIC NA-168VG4
Capacity: 8 kg
Spin speed: 1600 rpm
Energy rating: A+++
5 Year Warranty
£120 Cashback


Special Offer: Claim £120 cashback via redemption. Offer ends 9 January 2015.
An extra 3 years warranty is also available at no extra cost.

Free Delivery

£549 (£429 after cashback)


LINK




The total warranty would be 5 years (2 + 3), and that should be parts and labour, as mine is. I have a Panny from JL and can recommend a) the machine and b) the supplier.

Having paid out the best part of a grand for a machine that does go wrong, the last service visit had a £99 call out charge plus element and door release catch at £132 it's well worth the cover, most expensive call out was over £600 for new drier fan and duct, that was £600 worth. We see the insurance as you call it very cheap finance to keep our machine in brand new condition. Each to their own but with a Miele it doesn't take much to go wrong to cost more than a new machine. A door seal for our machine is well over £100! Yes you could use cheap generic parts but we don't want to.
#39
To the various points that Miele don't need a long warranty because they are so reliable.
Turn that on its head, if Miele do believe their machines can run for 5 years or even more without trouble then surely the cost to them of providing such a warranty is zero and they should do it automatically. The fact that they don't on all models would then suggest that they aren't prepared to put their money where their reputation is.

Just because in general a brands range is reliable doesn't mean you can't get individual lemons. Or vice versa. :-) I had an indesit washer dryer (supposedly unreliable x unreliable) which was still going strong after 9 years. Only reason I got rid of it is because the load capacity wasn't big enough for a growing family.
#40
Zardoz
To the various points that Miele don't need a long warranty because they are so reliable.
Turn that on its head, if Miele do believe their machines can run for 5 years or even more without trouble then surely the cost to them of providing such a warranty is zero and they should do it automatically. The fact that they don't on all models would then suggest that they aren't prepared to put their money where their reputation is.

Just because in general a brands range is reliable doesn't mean you can't get individual lemons. Or vice versa. :-) I had an indesit washer dryer (supposedly unreliable x unreliable) which was still going strong after 9 years. Only reason I got rid of it is because the load capacity wasn't big enough for a growing family.

Miele ROUTINELY offer 10 YEAR warranties on their washing machines. Their offers rotate. They have offered this on their cheaper ranges before. I had a budget model with free inclusive 10 year warranty. Not that I needed it. (_;)

People can flap their lips as much as they like but statistics do not lie - Miele win customer satisfaction and reliability surveys for washing machines because they build them PROPERLY. They are designed and engineered to last 20 YEARS.

You won't find breeze blocks in these to add weight and substance. The drum is held in a cast iron chassis! I don't know about their other products, but on the washing machines, every consideration from the anodised panels, front opening access, chassis assembly, even down to the circuit layout plan carefully folded and tucked away in the bottom left corner so it's never lost is engineered and designed PROPERLY, without needless corner cutting.

This is how products should be made. Disposable culture bugs the hell out of me. Washing machines that last 3-4 years is "normal" wtf??

Someone back in the thread said, aren't there excellent £2-300 washing machines? No - you cannot construct something of this order WITHOUT cutting corners at that price... whether it's staff wages, build quality, design. Even with economies of scale (hi economists ;) it cannot be done.

That is not to say Miele washers NEVER fail. That's would be an absurd notion. Faults are experienced occasionally and they can be expensive * however they are so much more rare, you end up with lots of satisfied customers and it's one reason why Miele are one of the FEW companies who routinely offer 10 YEAR PARTS AND LABOUR warranty on their washers.

* Just to expand on this a bit. Bushes are maintenance items. You should expect to replace these after several years. A common fault with Mieles reaching around their 10th-15th birthday (and thus only data on those built up to 2005) is a burnt out relay and fuse on the easily accessible circuit board - associated with resistance to the motor when the drum changes rotation direction, usually after a heavy load. This is sometimes (but not always) related to a worn suspension. A handy DIYER can sort this out themselves (I replaced the relay and fuse on mine after 11 years use.. parts cost £2.44 it was half an hour soldering... has worked faithfully 14 months since). Others can have the circuit board fixed via an ebay seller for around £25. Miele would probably swop the board out. This is not bad though after a typical 10 years hassle free washing.

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