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Now expired. Samsung ecoBubble Addwash washing machine 7.kg 1400 spin. £369.00 using code GET30 for £30 off. 0% interest free credit over 12 months - at AO.com with 5 year warranty (requires activation) Inc free delivery.

£369.00 @ ao.com
Samsung ecoBubble Addwash washing machine 7kg 1400 spin. £369 using code GET30 for £30 off. 0% interest free credit over 12 months. Samsung WW5500 AddWash™ WW70K5413UW 7Kg Washing Machine with 140… Read More
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Samsung ecoBubble Addwash washing machine 7kg 1400 spin. £369 using code GET30 for £30 off. 0% interest free credit over 12 months.

Samsung WW5500 AddWash™ WW70K5413UW 7Kg Washing Machine with 1400 rpm - White

Free standard delivery.

See ao.com for specs and info.

Note: 9th Nov - this deal is now expired. I have expired it but nothing happened so I have edited the title to say expired.

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2 Likes #1
good find op
Don't forget 5 year warranty register with Samsung within 90 days of after purchase.

-your going to need it.
#2
Thanks OP, need a new washer 12month interest free and 5 year warranty, excellent.
#3
nice find op, heat added
4 Likes #4
pointless machine, addwash is a nonsense as you can pause nearly every machine and open the door mid wash.
#5
Bal00chi
good find op
Don't forget 5 year warranty register with Samsung within 90 days of after purchase.
-your going to need it.
Are Samsung not reliable?
I was thinking about getting a Samsung tumble dryer
1 Like #6
stovy
Bal00chi
good find op
Don't forget 5 year warranty register with Samsung within 90 days of after purchase.
-your going to need it.
Are Samsung not reliable?
I was thinking about getting a Samsung tumble dryer

Judging by the hundreds if not thousands of reviews on Reevoo, John Lewis, AO etc of people more than happy with their Samsung appliance, I think you'll be unlucky to have any problems.

Not saying problems don't exist, however they also happen with other manufacturers and perhaps more so with the likes of Indesit Hotpoint group, Hoover, White Knight. Unless you're buying a Miele you can't expect any appliance to last indefinitely and I would say Samsung are definitely a pretty safe bet with the 5 year Warranty too.
1 Like #7
checkley73
pointless machine, addwash is a nonsense as you can pause nearly every machine and open the door mid wash.

wouldn't the water spill onto the floor when you open the door though?
#8
Nad_84
checkley73
pointless machine, addwash is a nonsense as you can pause nearly every machine and open the door mid wash.
wouldn't the water spill onto the floor when you open the door though?
Apologies if I've missed a "whoosh" but....
only a section in the top of the door opens allowing you to put extra items in without getting your feet wet!
1 Like #9
aprunnalls
Nad_84
checkley73
pointless machine, addwash is a nonsense as you can pause nearly every machine and open the door mid wash.
wouldn't the water spill onto the floor when you open the door though?
Apologies if I've missed a "whoosh" but....
only a section in the top of the door opens allowing you to put extra items in without getting your feet wet!

that's ,my point, but checkley73 said all washing machines allow you to open the door to add more, i dont think my LG would without getting my feet wet
1 Like #10
Nad_84
aprunnalls
Nad_84
checkley73
pointless machine, addwash is a nonsense as you can pause nearly every machine and open the door mid wash.
wouldn't the water spill onto the floor when you open the door though?
Apologies if I've missed a "whoosh" but....
only a section in the top of the door opens allowing you to put extra items in without getting your feet wet!
that's ,my point, but checkley73 said all washing machines allow you to open the door to add more, i dont think my LG would without getting my feet wet

And I'm sure if he thinks about what he posted he'll realise it's complete tosh.


Edited By: sherlock747 on Dec 02, 2016 14:17
1 Like #11
The latest generation of machines use very little water in most cycles, I'm sure if you check your machine you will see that only very occasionally does the water level rise higher than the bottom of the door seal. My Bosch never seems to have a problem with allowing the door to be opened at any stage of the washing cycle.


Edited By: g1hsg on Dec 02, 2016 17:23
#12
I'd like one these but my cheap Swan washing machine still OK and had it over 4 years now, I'd be just buying for sake of it. When I need new one,similar to one on this deal be my choice.
#13
checkley73
pointless machine, addwash is a nonsense as you can pause nearly every machine and open the door mid wash.

We have the old version of the ecoBubble which also allows you like our hotpoint to pause and open the door. I've no idea why they decided to add the extra door.
#14
If you are so disorganised that you can't sort clothes and you have to add them mid cycle, I'd say a problem it's not with the washing machine.
#15
masekwm
checkley73
pointless machine, addwash is a nonsense as you can pause nearly every machine and open the door mid wash.

We have the old version of the ecoBubble which also allows you like our hotpoint to pause and open the door. I've no idea why they decided to add the extra door.



I do, marketing. I agree with others, it's a pointless feature.
#16
I too thought "Add Wash" was a gimmick. I gave in to my wife's wishes and bought one with this feature.
Turns out it IS a very handy feature. Essential? No, handy yes!
If you have children, you will soon learn that being able to pop a missing item into an already going wash is very welcome indeed. I myself decided to do some work clothes, not realising i was still wearing my work shirt as the load set off. Normally, i would have to wait the next wash (which could be the next day), or put one shirt through a full wash on it's own. (not going to happen)
No problem now though.....press Pause and pop open the little door. Close then press Play...
I agree, to those "organised" people, not needed. For everybody else who has an item cling to the bottom of the basket or an chaotic life style.....perfect!
#17
Nad_84
checkley73
pointless machine, addwash is a nonsense as you can pause nearly every machine and open the door mid wash.
wouldn't the water spill onto the floor when you open the door though?

no, unless you are on a wool wash then it won't let you open the door
#18
fulabeer
I too thought "Add Wash" was a gimmick. I gave in to my wife's wishes and bought one with this feature.
Turns out it IS a very handy feature. Essential? No, handy yes!
If you have children, you will soon learn that being able to pop a missing item into an already going wash is very welcome indeed. I myself decided to do some work clothes, not realising i was still wearing my work shirt as the load set off. Normally, i would have to wait the next wash (which could be the next day), or put one shirt through a full wash on it's own. (not going to happen)
No problem now though.....press Pause and pop open the little door. Close then press Play...
I agree, to those "organised" people, not needed. For everybody else who has an item cling to the bottom of the basket or an chaotic life style.....perfect!

thing is you can do this with most washing machines anyway, and open the whole door so you are not having to push your item through a small window.

Bosch is an example - Reload - you can pause, open the door and then resume. Simples.
1 Like #19
I'm not sure which machines let you open the door. The ones i've owned only let you open the door after you have drained the water. Watching most washes, you can see the water level is above the door seal.
Remember this is an extra feature that doesn't effect anything else, so why not have it?
Since people know of machines that let you do this, proves the point that "you need to do this" sometimes!!!
#20
Thanks op :) I've just ordered this machine! My hotpoint is 8 years old now and is so noisy and is making a metallic rattle noise :)
#21
fulabeer
I'm not sure which machines let you open the door. The ones i've owned only let you open the door after you have drained the water. Watching most washes, you can see the water level is above the door seal.
Remember this is an extra feature that doesn't effect anything else, so why not have it?
Since people know of machines that let you do this, proves the point that "you need to do this" sometimes!!!

Not sure what machine you have but very few use enough water to cover the door with the exception of wool washes. The door is pointless and adds considerable cost to the machine, if you buy a Samsung you may as well buy without this feature and save a few more pennies
#22
The following site is for warranty (I've just registered mine for another product, seemed very seamless)

http://www.samsung.com/uk/fiveyearwarranty/
#23
You could buy a cheaper one but if buying on finance this one ends up virtually the same price as buying a cheaper one on finance as the cheaper ones on ao.com aren't interest free finance
#24
Got to be over £399 to get the £30 off it tells me
#26
@badboybez. It's £399 then minus £30 off with GET30
#27
Maybe it's just the floor it's on but I've just bought the 8kg version and on the first go it literally moved across the room :/
1 Like #28
I knew they sang a song. I didn't realised they danced too !
#29
ms01ma
Maybe it's just the floor it's on but I've just bought the 8kg version and on the first go it literally moved across the room :/

I'd check to see if all the transit bolts have been taken out if I were you!
#30
Sackboy1
ms01ma
Maybe it's just the floor it's on but I've just bought the 8kg version and on the first go it literally moved across the room :/
I'd check to see if all the transit bolts have been taken out if I were you!

Yes all 3 from the back anything else you can suggest :)
#31
ms01ma
Sackboy1
ms01ma
Maybe it's just the floor it's on but I've just bought the 8kg version and on the first go it literally moved across the room :/
I'd check to see if all the transit bolts have been taken out if I were you!
Yes all 3 from the back anything else you can suggest :)

What type of flooring is it?

My only other suggestions are ensure its dead level and do the calibration run when you turn it on with 2 of the settings buttons depressed. 'CAL' will show up on the LCD and you hit start, it'll run a 30 second calibration spin.
#32
I've just got an 8kg model and have spent ages trying to get it steady when spinning. The old Hotpoint before i just pushed it in with no adjusting feet etc this Samsung shakes around(doesnt walk off) but is no where near as stable as the old one. The build quality is also worse than the old Hotpoint, VERY flimsy front i dented it when pushing it back into the cupboard. Wish i spent extra on a Bosch/Siemens!
#33
Sackboy1
ms01ma
Sackboy1
ms01ma
Maybe it's just the floor it's on but I've just bought the 8kg version and on the first go it literally moved across the room :/
I'd check to see if all the transit bolts have been taken out if I were you!
Yes all 3 from the back anything else you can suggest :)
What type of flooring is it?
My only other suggestions are ensure its dead level and do the calibration run when you turn it on with 2 of the settings buttons depressed. 'CAL' will show up on the LCD and you hit start, it'll run a 30 second calibration spin.
Laminate
1 Like #34
ms01ma
Maybe it's just the floor it's on but I've just bought the 8kg version and on the first go it literally moved across the room :/
Starting to see this more and more. With the advent of 8 & 9Kg machines and spin speeds of 1400 and up there is a more kinetic energy to be controlled. Given that the kinetic energy of an object is directly proportional to the square of its speed the increase from say 1200 to 1400rpm is more significant that it may appear. With the exception of Miele none of the manufacturers appear to be uprating their chassis and mass damping systems sufficiently.
#35
g1hsg
ms01ma
Maybe it's just the floor it's on but I've just bought the 8kg version and on the first go it literally moved across the room :/
Starting to see this more and more. With the advent of 8 & 9Kg machines and spin speeds of 1400 and up there is a more kinetic energy to be controlled. Given that the kinetic energy of an object is directly proportional to the square of its speed the increase from say 1200 to 1400rpm is more significant that it may appear. With the exception of Miele none of the manufacturers appear to be uprating their chassis and mass damping systems sufficiently.
I moved it all round tonight and it seems much better now
#36
Sackboy1
stovy
Bal00chi
good find op
Don't forget 5 year warranty register with Samsung within 90 days of after purchase.
-your going to need it.
Are Samsung not reliable?
I was thinking about getting a Samsung tumble dryer
Judging by the hundreds if not thousands of reviews on Reevoo, John Lewis, AO etc of people more than happy with their Samsung appliance, I think you'll be unlucky to have any problems.
Not saying problems don't exist, however they also happen with other manufacturers and perhaps more so with the likes of Indesit Hotpoint group, Hoover, White Knight. Unless you're buying a Miele you can't expect any appliance to last indefinitely and I would say Samsung are definitely a pretty safe bet with the 5 year Warranty too.

I figure there is always going to be a small subset of products that suffer a problem the main question is whether its a product wide problem but I couldn't agree more, the warranty pretty much makes it a no brainer.
#37
This deal has now expired. The price for the washing machine has increased to £429 before any voucher code discounts. Glad I got mine in time. It was delivered yesterday and it's pretty neat! Yes the add wash door is a bit of a gimmick but it was still a great price on interest free credit as it worked out about the same price as a cheaper ecobubble on 19.9% finance deal.
#38
stovy
Bal00chi
good find op
Don't forget 5 year warranty register with Samsung within 90 days of after purchase.
-your going to need it.
Are Samsung not reliable?
I was thinking about getting a Samsung tumble dryer
Samsung,LG,Miele are the best washing machines you can buy at this day and age.Bosch is hit and miss as some models are good but some cheaper models (I think made in Turkey) are to be avoided.

I wont even consider any other brand no matter how reluable and good they once were or how cheap they are.
#39
fizzy_izzy

Samsung ecoBubble Addwash washing machine 7kg 1400 spin. £369 using code GET30 for £30 off. 0% interest free credit over 12 months.
Samsung WW5500 AddWash™ WW70K5413UW 7Kg Washing Machine with 1400 rpm - White
Free standard delivery.
See ao.com for specs and info.
Note: 9th Nov - this deal is now expired. I have expired it but nothing happened so I have edited the title to say expired.

You can expire the deal by changing the 'End Date' to the past.
#40
Thanks :)

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