Samsung Ecobubble WF80F5E0W4W 8Kg / 1400rpm Washing Machine with 5 year Warranty £309 Delivered @ AO [Using Code] - HotUKDeals
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Samsung Ecobubble WF80F5E0W4W 8Kg / 1400rpm Washing Machine with 5 year Warranty £309.00 Delivered @ AO [Using Code]

£309.00 @ ao.com
Use code WASHING40 for £40 off Great price for an ecobubble machine with delivery and with 5 years warranty. Just looking at their Pre Black Friday offers and saw it mentioned a further discount. N…
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[mod] 3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago
Use code WASHING40 for £40 off

Great price for an ecobubble machine with delivery and with 5 years warranty. Just looking at their Pre Black Friday offers and saw it mentioned a further discount. Not bad at all considering it doesn't often go much less than £349.

Machine Info
Delivering fantastic results with every wash, this Samsung washing machine has an 8kg drum - ideal for a medium sized household. EcoBubble technology mixes water with your detergent before it enters the drum; this creates a layer of cleansing bubbles that sink into fabrics 40 times faster than detergent alone, so you get spotless results even at lower temperatures. The Stain Away option can be added to most cycles - boosting the power of your detergent and lifting away tough marks with ease. A speedy 15 minute quick wash is ideal for small mid-week loads too.

Warranty Registration Required with Samsung within 90 days of purchase

http://i.imgur.com/HBFTwhr.png

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16 Likes
kee66
looking for a washer is this one good thanks
This one's a lot cheaper...

http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/productImages/400/f9/f9a426d3-a939-4261-807c-dc8cfd26f7d2_400.jpg
Great deal OP, do I need a new one though hmmmm....
9 Likes
I fit these for a living on a regular basis. The water pressure will have an effect on the noise when filling up. Also the majority of machines will give some noise when spinning at 1000rpm+. If you don't want to hear your machine spinning then spend a ridiculous amount of money on a quality German built machine or take it to the laundrette. In my opinion these machines have a far better build quality than it's competitors like Bosch, Hoover, Hotpoint etc... and the 5 year parts and labour warranty just sweetens the deal.
I liked these so much I bought one myself.
8 Likes
Bought a 1600 spin 8kg one few months ago, absolutely love it, uses a tiny fraction of washing stuff to get things clean, the programmes are all great.

If you put a long wash on say cotton it checks how much you have in there & recalculates the time often knocking over an hour off the time unless the machine is full.

The hour wash is extremely efficient & it's the one we use the most, we use 50% of the powder we used on our old machine. The bubble & extra dirty settings work really well too.

The 1600rpm spin on our one is dead silent o couldn't believe it at first how quiet it was.

You have to register for the warranty don't forget to do that & keep the print put safe in case you need to claim.

It even plays pleasing jingles when it finishes

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#1
looking for a washer is this one good thanks
1 Like #2
smoking deal!
8 Likes #3
Bought a 1600 spin 8kg one few months ago, absolutely love it, uses a tiny fraction of washing stuff to get things clean, the programmes are all great.

If you put a long wash on say cotton it checks how much you have in there & recalculates the time often knocking over an hour off the time unless the machine is full.

The hour wash is extremely efficient & it's the one we use the most, we use 50% of the powder we used on our old machine. The bubble & extra dirty settings work really well too.

The 1600rpm spin on our one is dead silent o couldn't believe it at first how quiet it was.

You have to register for the warranty don't forget to do that & keep the print put safe in case you need to claim.

It even plays pleasing jingles when it finishes
1 Like #4
Pre Black Friday deals? As in this could go lower during Black Friday or will go back up before Black Friday starts?
1 Like #5
£25 quidco
16 Likes #6
kee66
looking for a washer is this one good thanks
This one's a lot cheaper...

http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/productImages/400/f9/f9a426d3-a939-4261-807c-dc8cfd26f7d2_400.jpg
Great deal OP, do I need a new one though hmmmm....
#7
Wait for black friday or pick up this? What's the brand to go for (if you can't afford Miele)?
I am also looking at this Bosch one for £319 in Currys

http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/household-appliances/laundry/washing-machines/bosch-serie-4-wan28280gb-washing-machine-white-10146846-pdt.html
4 Likes #8
JUST A NOTE TO MAKE SURE YOU PHONE THE SAMSUNG NUMBER TO ACTIVATE THE 5 YEAR WARRANTY AS OURS CAME WITH NO PAPERWORK MENTIONING IT AND ALSO NOTHING ONLINE WHEN WE WENT TO REGISTER. I JUST PHONED UP THE WARRANTY PHONE NUMBER ON THE PAPERWORK AND THEY DID IT IN 5 MINS AND EMAILED ME THE CONFIRMATION.

We went for the 9kg version and love it apart from a silly design fault that anything spilt on the front door goes in between the plastic rings on the front door and looks terrible especially on the white (as we found when we dropped some curry sauce down it in the first week, but luckily was able to flush it out with water with no staining). Am going to give it another flush with water as some other sauce has gone inside it and use clear silicone sealant to close the gap. :D
#9
Good deal. This was on offer in November 2015 for £299 at currys, shame it's more now
2 Likes #10
From what other people have said, I wouldn't put much trust in the Samsung 3 year warranty.

Also, the disposal and connection charges by AO seem pricey.
2 Likes #11
PlayChase
Wait for black friday or pick up this? What's the brand to go for (if you can't afford Miele)?
I am also looking at this Bosch one for £319 in Currys

http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/household-appliances/laundry/washing-machines/bosch-serie-4-wan28280gb-washing-machine-white-10146846-pdt.html

I wouldn't touch anything from Curry's personally. If anything goes wrong with it, forget Curry's helping out.
2 Likes #13
kee66
looking for a washer is this one good thanks
We got this machine 3 months ago and it is brilliant. Can't fault it. And this is a great price too.
#14
moneybag
kee66
looking for a washer is this one good thanks
This one's a lot cheaper...http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/productImages/400/f9/f9a426d3-a939-4261-807c-dc8cfd26f7d2_400.jpg
Great deal OP, do I need a new one though hmmmm....

I like the chrome finish on your washer. Has it more programmes than the Sammy?
[mod] 3 Likes #15

See Here or Here or Here:) Also a couple in the thread with positive comments on it

Edited By: NeoTrix on Nov 16, 2016 19:09
2 Likes #16
NeoTrix
See Here or Here or Here:) Also a couple in the thread with positive comments on it

I wouldn't trust AO reviews considering the high number of paid-for-reviews they feature. All pros, no cons, what's the point in reviewing?!
#17
PlayChase
Wait for black friday or pick up this? What's the brand to go for (if you can't afford Miele)?
I am also looking at this Bosch one for £319 in Currys

http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/household-appliances/laundry/washing-machines/bosch-serie-4-wan28280gb-washing-machine-white-10146846-pdt.html


​I'd go for LG over Samsung and Bosch
2 Likes #18
Definitely a good deal, all the Samsung ones come up well on the Which reports too. We bought the add wash one just under a month ago but was looking at this one before it. Only reason we changed was because John Lewis reduced the new one by 200 quid. love the little tune when it switches on and finishes it cycle too. online form for the Warranty was easy
http://www.samsung.com/uk/fiveyearwarranty/
#19
£250 I would've bought!
1 Like #20
cossy3
From what other people have said, I wouldn't put much trust in the Samsung 3 year warranty.

Also, the disposal and connection charges by AO seem pricey.


​FIVE years
#21
chrissafc
£25 quidco


Does it qualify for quidco if using the voucher code above?
#22
Today our washing machine of over 12 years packed in? this must be a sign!
4 Likes #23
Anyone has luck getting them to retrospectively match a price I paid £354 for this a few days ago

EDIT: They agreed to refund the difference!!!

Edited By: socrates28 on Nov 17, 2016 08:26
2 Likes #24
are these the ones that are reported to be blowing up?
#25
cossy3
From what other people have said, I wouldn't put much trust in the Samsung 3 year warranty.
Also, the disposal and connection charges by AO seem pricey.

I am also put off by the delivery etc charges
1 Like #26
I bought this back in May 2014 for £379, also with five year warranty.

The buttons on the front stopped working a couple of months ago and Samsung arranged repair under the warranty - we had no problems getting it sorted.

I don't know about anyone else's opinions but it's the noisiest machine we've ever had. The sound of water rushing in to fill it spreads around the entire house. It might just be because we have very high water pressure - I'm not quite troubled enough by it to investigate properly - but it's definitely noisier than the old machine it replaced.

Good price though
9 Likes #27
I fit these for a living on a regular basis. The water pressure will have an effect on the noise when filling up. Also the majority of machines will give some noise when spinning at 1000rpm+. If you don't want to hear your machine spinning then spend a ridiculous amount of money on a quality German built machine or take it to the laundrette. In my opinion these machines have a far better build quality than it's competitors like Bosch, Hoover, Hotpoint etc... and the 5 year parts and labour warranty just sweetens the deal.
I liked these so much I bought one myself.
1 Like #28
spickyd
I fit these for a living on a regular basis. The water pressure will have an effect on the noise when filling up. Also the majority of machines will give some noise when spinning at 1000rpm+. If you don't want to hear your machine spinning then spend a ridiculous amount of money on a quality German built machine or take it to the laundrette. In my opinion these machines have a far better build quality than it's competitors like Bosch, Hoover, Hotpoint etc... and the 5 year parts and labour warranty just sweetens the deal.
I liked these so much I bought one myself.


You fit washing machines? That's like paying someone to plug in a toaster!
#29
slybunda
are these the ones that are reported to be blowing up?
That's only top loader machines.
3 Likes #30
boothy999

You fit washing machines? That's like paying someone to plug in a toaster!

Toasters don't weigh a ton and require connecting to water and drainage pipes. If you're young and fit that might be easy but maybe not everyone's able to do that.
2 Likes #31
spickyd
I fit these for a living on a regular basis. The water pressure will have an effect on the noise when filling up. Also the majority of machines will give some noise when spinning at 1000rpm+. If you don't want to hear your machine spinning then spend a ridiculous amount of money on a quality German built machine or take it to the laundrette. In my opinion these machines have a far better build quality than it's competitors like Bosch, Hoover, Hotpoint etc... and the 5 year parts and labour warranty just sweetens the deal.
I liked these so much I bought one myself.


I disagree, there are incidences of these Samsungs failing within the 5 years all over the web. Pay £100 more for a mid range Bosch and it'll last longer for sure.
#32
cossy3
spickyd
I fit these for a living on a regular basis. The water pressure will have an effect on the noise when filling up. Also the majority of machines will give some noise when spinning at 1000rpm+. If you don't want to hear your machine spinning then spend a ridiculous amount of money on a quality German built machine or take it to the laundrette. In my opinion these machines have a far better build quality than it's competitors like Bosch, Hoover, Hotpoint etc... and the 5 year parts and labour warranty just sweetens the deal.
I liked these so much I bought one myself.


I disagree, there are incidences of these Samsungs failing within the 5 years all over the web. Pay £100 more for a mid range Bosch and it'll last longer for sure.


​Agreed... Have a Bosch one... Had it for 12yrs now... Never gone wrong...
1 Like #33
cossy3
spickyd
I fit these for a living on a regular basis. The water pressure will have an effect on the noise when filling up. Also the majority of machines will give some noise when spinning at 1000rpm+. If you don't want to hear your machine spinning then spend a ridiculous amount of money on a quality German built machine or take it to the laundrette. In my opinion these machines have a far better build quality than it's competitors like Bosch, Hoover, Hotpoint etc... and the 5 year parts and labour warranty just sweetens the deal.
I liked these so much I bought one myself.
I disagree, there are incidences of these Samsungs failing within the 5 years all over the web. Pay £100 more for a mid range Bosch and it'll last longer for sure.

We went through 2 expensive Bosch machines within 6 years; the engineer advised to buy a cheap machine and dispose of it when it broke. We have now been stuck with a Hotpoint for 8 years which is refusing to give up (would love an excuse to buy another machine, though this works very well and can't fault it at all)
#34
Fabster
smoking deal!
Hopefully not
#35
Wait until washer breaks or buy new one? It is 12 years old at least bosch
#36
adamwilko007
Wait until washer breaks or buy new one? It is 12 years old at least bosch

We had our working tumble dryer replaced under the 'it might catch fire' rule - we paid £45 for it - it's gone bust twice in two months :-(
#38
joeislam
chrissafc
£25 quidco


Does it qualify for quidco if using the voucher code above?


Quidco tracked for me
#39

That Bosch one is a Which? best buy but it's one of the cheapy non-german ones so I'm not sure I'd go for it. That said, these ecobubbles aren't bulletproof.

Edited By: cossy3 on Nov 17, 2016 14:13
#40

With £40 off at the moment, I'd say this one is a good buy, has some excellent reviews.

http://ao.com/product/f14u1tcn2-lg-washing-machine-white-40720-1.aspx

Edited By: cossy3 on Nov 17, 2016 14:13

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