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Samsung A+++ WF80F5E5U4X ecobubble 8KG £180 reduction & 5 year warranty @ John lewis £369.00

£369.00 @ John Lewis
The Samsung WF80F5E5U4X ecobubble™ washing machine is A+++ energy rated, comes with a generous 8kg load capacity and hosts a range of intuitive features and technology helping you to save time, money …
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The Samsung WF80F5E5U4X ecobubble™ washing machine is A+++ energy rated, comes with a generous 8kg load capacity and hosts a range of intuitive features and technology helping you to save time, money and get great results from your washing.

This machine has ecobubble™ technology, designed to get the most out of your detergent for an ultra gentle clean that saves on energy too. Inside is a unique bubble generator that dissolves detergent thoroughly and injects it with air to produce a rich, soapy foam cushion. Even at cooler temperatures, this foam penetrates fabrics faster, cleaning as effectively as a warm standard cycle.

Thanks to the uniquely designed Diamond Drum™, you can easily care for your clothes while thoroughly washing them. The diamond shape holes collect more water than a normal drum so your clothes are in contact with water for longer, while smaller holes protect your fabrics from damage.

Other wash programs include a 15-minute quick wash setting for when you’re in a hurry, along with wool and hand wash programs dedicated to your delicate items. The handy Stain Away programme removes a variety of common stains from clothes more effectively than on a standard wash cycle. This programme also reduces the reliance of pre-stain solution treatments.

A LED display along with a time remaining indicator and timer delay allow you to plan ahead for your washing needs. Variable spin and speed settings allow you to get the most from this washing machine to suit your requirements.

Easy maintenance and efficient running comes in the form of Samsung’s innovative Digital Inverter Motor. The motor is more durable, quieter and energy efficient than a conventional motor. Noise and vibration are kept to a minimum, which in turn reduces wear and tear on the working parts of the motor itself. Digital Inverter Motors are also all guaranteed for 10 years.

A highly innovative solution for checking any issues with your washing machine comes in the form of smart check. Your smart mobile phone can be used to identify any issues, reducing the reliance on finding the manual and preventing unnecessary engineer callouts.

Key Benefits:

Quick Wash function is handy when you’re in a rush

Stain Away programme helping to reduce pre stain treatments

A+++ rating for energy efficiency

Wool & hand wash programmes to look after your delicate items

Smart check- a convenient solution operated by smart phone

Samsung 5 Year Home Appliance Warranty via redemption http://www.samsung.com/uk/fiveyearwarranty/
Valid from Jul 01, 2016 to Jun 30, 2017

- Lucky88
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1 Like #1
seaniboy
8KG £180 reeducation

Nice find.
PS found this error in your title.
2 Likes #2
Lucky88
seaniboy
8KG £180 reeducation

Nice find.
PS found this error in your title.


Looks like they need re-educating!!!
#3
Been cheaper on AO £309.
#4
This or the AddWash? Is the AddWash really worth the extra money?
#5
ThriftyLady101
Been cheaper on AO £309.
Have you a link? can't find it on AO.
#7
MannyFresh
This or the AddWash? Is the AddWash really worth the extra money?


​Don't think so personally, happy to stay blissfully unaware though :p
#8


Went for this thank you
#9


Beware of co-op free connection and removal. The delivery guys are made aware if its free or a paid service, their attitude and commitment differs quite a bit between the two, IMO they shouldn't be aware if its a freebie or not.
1 Like #10
£349.99 delivered at CO OP with code CPE30. Same free connection and removal if required
2 Likes #12
https://static.simpsonswiki.com/images/thumb/4/44/Re-Neducation_Center.png/250px-Re-Neducation_Center.png

Great deal!
#13
Matholwch


Beware of co-op free connection and removal. The delivery guys are made aware if its free or a paid service, their attitude and commitment differs quite a bit between the two, IMO they shouldn't be aware if its a freebie or not.


Had no complaint at all with the free connection with coop on a dishwasher - very friendly guys and helpful.
#14
Ordered mine from currys 349.00 came today and looks awesome...I know it's a washing machine lol
#15
Why don't they do a graphite drier to match??
#16
terrible machine.

i bought one of these machines and thank god i had a 5 year warranty.. i call samsung out at least 5 - 6 times a year to fix it.
I've had 2 new drum bearings 3 motors 5 front panel circuit boards & 5 pumps over a 3 year period !
and to add to the bearing count... I'm booked in to have them replaced again next week !!!
#17
Creatzy
terrible machine.

i bought one of these machines and thank god i had a 5 year warranty.. i call samsung out at least 5 - 6 times a year to fix it.
I've had 2 new drum bearings 3 motors 5 front panel circuit boards & 5 pumps over a 3 year period !
and to add to the bearing count... I'm booked in to have them replaced again next week !!!


​Is thos all done free ? is labour free or do you have to pay.
#18
£180 for re-education is cheap
#19
Creatzy
terrible machine.

i bought one of these machines and thank god i had a 5 year warranty.. i call samsung out at least 5 - 6 times a year to fix it.
I've had 2 new drum bearings 3 motors 5 front panel circuit boards & 5 pumps over a 3 year period !
and to add to the bearing count... I'm booked in to have them replaced again next week !!!


​stop washing bricks, it's neither good for the machine or the bricks :p
no but seriously that's some terrible reliability right there
#20
Creatzy
terrible machine.
i bought one of these machines and thank god i had a 5 year warranty.. i call samsung out at least 5 - 6 times a year to fix it.
I've had 2 new drum bearings 3 motors 5 front panel circuit boards & 5 pumps over a 3 year period !
and to add to the bearing count... I'm booked in to have them replaced again next week !!!
How can it be a terrible machine when its got 5 out of 5 in most of the thousands or reviews and other independent reviews in mags
#21
I ordered the 9Kg version on Co-Op but did not use the code. Could I cancel and re-order using the code?
#22

This Currys one is no where near as good as this one - much better screen and quieter wash and spin cycles. ( I bought it recently so compared them all ) - I'm not that impressed with it though - looks good, but shakes alot on spin no matter how much i level it. It isn't that quiet either so the Currys one which was around 6db louder must be really loud
#23
Lucky88
seaniboy
8KG £180 reeducation
Nice find.
PS found this error in your title.
autocorrect!
1 Like #24
sparklehedgehog
Lucky88
seaniboy
8KG £180 reeducation

Nice find.
PS found this error in your title.

Looks like they need re-educating!!!
Na, just the ability to be able to edit, press save and it actually work! ;)
1 Like #25
michaeljb
Creatzy
terrible machine.
i bought one of these machines and thank god i had a 5 year warranty.. i call samsung out at least 5 - 6 times a year to fix it.
I've had 2 new drum bearings 3 motors 5 front panel circuit boards & 5 pumps over a 3 year period !
and to add to the bearing count... I'm booked in to have them replaced again next week !!!
​stop washing bricks, it's neither good for the machine or the bricks :p
no but seriously that's some terrible reliability right there


Washing machines, mainly get stuffed FULL which is a nono, add water and 'my machine keeps breaking' - no offence but if the bearings keep going that seems a weight issue.

There is a reason why weight of cycles exist, that most people ignore, weight plus water equal maximum load, thankfully even the cheapest airlines understand the maximum operating weight rule as owner of the aircraft.
Consumers ? not really, the way I see most people loading machines they need to allocate more laundry time or buy another machine - honestly say politely to anyone I think you may be overloading the machine, count how many positive or interested in knowing why replies come back - usually men shrug shoulders 'dont care', woman act like 'are you telling me how to do my godammit job!' Self sexism!

My last machine was a Servis at 17 years old, when the current Hotpoint replaced it. Old school training from my gran on machine use - when manufacturers taught the importance of it when machines were for a half life shelf life not a self industry serving 5 year warranty. Grans Tricity machine and tumble drier lasted 30+ years and used daily outlived herself.


Research wear and tear on washing machines, like saving petrol, how you load and drive effects performance and parts.


I do a light fastwash almost daily before making dinner/tea, 30 min quickwash and out to dry, once every 5 days a 60/90 degree wash for bedding, towels, dishtowels and underwear - never more than 50% of the drum loaded (which is a golden rule if you cant be like most bothered about learning weights of each available cycle on your own machine)



There must be a good quick ref washing machine guide on the internet somewhere, maybe someone knows one ?

Washing Machines for Dummies would be a great addition.


*My cheapo Servis required in its lifetime, the door seal turned and twice the brushes replaced. It cost under a £1 a month to buy for 17 years use. Extended (paid for) Warranty ? LOL I'm a HUKD'er! ;)

Edited By: seaniboy on Jan 03, 2017 14:24: add
#26
Anyone have any experience with a Samsung WF9EF5E3U4W ecobubble™ ? We're after a new one and it's currently reduced at John Lewis and seems like a decent deal.

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