Samsung WF8EF5E0W4W Freestanding Washing Machine, 8kg Load, A+++ Energy Rating, 1400rpm Spin, White 5yr warranty only £299 (save £200) @ john lewis - HotUKDeals
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Incredible deal for a new Samsung A+++ washing machine with ecobubble technology.

Also, can get a 5yr warranty on this upon redemption.

Offer expires on 15th January

The Samsung WF8EF5E0W4W washing machine is A+++ energy rated, comes with a generous 8kg load capacity and offers a range of useful features that help you to save time, money and get great washing results.

Some good reviews too for this machine.
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I could cry, I paid £50 more last week

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6 Likes #1
I could cry, I paid £50 more last week
[mod][Deal Hunter]#2
Amazing price and free delivery too - thanks
#3
Great price
heated
1 Like #4
xepa
I could cry, I paid £50 more last week
From John Lewis? They may refund you the difference if you give them a call
1 Like #5
how good is this model?
1 Like #6
Voted hot. Very tempted as was going to buy a cheaper one like Beko, but I think I would have to increase my budget to 300 and fit it n dispose off the old one myself n save off £35 ;)
1 Like #7
Thanks OP. Just ordered mine cancelled the BEKO machine I ordered from JL and replaced with this. 5 year guarantee excellent ....x
1 Like #8
Voted hot. Very tempted as was going to buy a cheaper one like Beko, but I think I would have to increase my budget to 300 and fit it n dispose off the old one myself n save off £35 ;)
#9
What is the beko deal?
From what I've read is it best to avoid samsung?
1 Like #10
5 year warranty, why avoid Samsung?
2 Likes #11
xepa
I could cry, I paid £50 more last week


​wuuaahh!! me too, will be delivered today :(.

why are there so many washing machine deals when I've just bought one :'(
#12
heat added op. very good price
#13
Good price. Heat added.
2 Likes #14
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-9kg-1400rpm-washing-machine-white-329-95-sonicdirect-5-year-guarantee-parts-labour-2596817

£30 more for a larger drum and on average 1/3 less electricity usage per load 0.61kWh/Cycle LG vs 1.06kWh/Cycle and over a year according to John Lewis pages the LG will save you 1500 litres of water. Handy if you're on a meter!
Plus JL price matched!

Edited By: peewit23 on Jan 09, 2017 15:34
#15
peewit23
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-9kg-1400rpm-washing-machine-white-329-95-sonicdirect-5-year-guarantee-parts-labour-2596817
£30 more for a larger drum and on average 1/3 less electricity usage per load 0.61kWh/Cycle LG vs 1.06kWh/Cycle and over a year according to John Lewis pages the LG will save you 1500 litres of water. Handy if you're on a meter!
Plus JL price matched!
cant find that model on JL website?
1 Like #16
themachman
peewit23
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-9kg-1400rpm-washing-machine-white-329-95-sonicdirect-5-year-guarantee-parts-labour-2596817
£30 more for a larger drum and on average 1/3 less electricity usage per load 0.61kWh/Cycle LG vs 1.06kWh/Cycle and over a year according to John Lewis pages the LG will save you 1500 litres of water. Handy if you're on a meter!
Plus JL price matched!
cant find that model on JL website?


​It's here:
LG washing machine
#17
killerboy32
xepa
I could cry, I paid £50 more last week
From John Lewis? They may refund you the difference if you give them a call


​It was from Curry's, I've not had it delivered yet so I'm going into store today to cancel and order from JL. Thanks OP :)
#18
mayzi
What is the beko deal?
From what I've read is it best to avoid samsung?
I have a samsung, seal broke on mine, fixed it pretty quick and no problems. I wouldn't say Samsung is a brand to avoid, as with all manufacturers they've all had their problems. With this being from JL customers have had replacements with a different brand easily enough.
1 Like #19
stingyguji
themachman
peewit23
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-9kg-1400rpm-washing-machine-white-329-95-sonicdirect-5-year-guarantee-parts-labour-2596817
£30 more for a larger drum and on average 1/3 less electricity usage per load 0.61kWh/Cycle LG vs 1.06kWh/Cycle and over a year according to John Lewis pages the LG will save you 1500 litres of water. Handy if you're on a meter!
Plus JL price matched!
cant find that model on JL website?
​It's here:LG washing machine

Love the user name gujju
#20
Damn I just paid £399 for 9 Kgs version
#21
dm2004
5 year warranty, why avoid Samsung?

There are many breakdown stories. The repair service is good too but imagine 2 weeks without a washing in my household?!



The LG at £330 is by far a better deal than this
#22
The LG is £530
1 Like #23
macgyver
Voted hot. Very tempted as was going to buy a cheaper one like Beko, but I think I would have to increase my budget to 300 and fit it n dispose off the old one myself n save off £35 ;)


​you can find guys who will give you tenner for old one and take it for you search thrue google or gumtree
#24
Which? generally review Samsung models positively. No review of this model but seems good for price. 5 yr guarantee seems pretty standard for Samsung these days (which is good as Bosch is now gen down to 2 yrs and many Miele's only have a short warranty too unless you spend > 3 times the price of this).

Voted hot
#25
can anyone give some advice

which one would you say is better for value this one posted or this one that was also £299 few weeks ago from currys http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/household-appliances/laundry/washing-machines/hoover-dxa610aiw3-washing-machine-white-10127196-pdt.html

thanks
#26
PS LG also gets good review from Which? but again cna't get a model specific review for LG fh4u2vfn3
#27
iz123456789
can anyone give some advice

which one would you say is better for value this one posted or this one that was also £299 few weeks ago from currys http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/household-appliances/laundry/washing-machines/hoover-dxa610aiw3-washing-machine-white-10127196-pdt.html

thanks

Hoover's tend to get slated on review sites cf Samsung, LG, Bosch, Miele, AEG
1 Like #28
JL will price match the LG which is £344.94 delivered

Be good if people actually added delivery charges so their deals weren't misleading.....

More info is needed on the "guarantees" really. If they don't cover certain things or specify that you have to use their engineers that charge a ridiculous minimum call out charge they seem worthless.

Although buying on credit card should give you some standard guarantee.

We have a Which best buy Hoover washer / dryer that is around 10 years old. Had one £60 repair and drier doesn't work anymore but find that dehumidifier is much better anyway.

Either of these appear to be good value
#29
killerboy32
xepa
I could cry, I paid £50 more last week
From John Lewis? They may refund you the difference if you give them a call


JL price match for 28 days after you have purchased the item (against them themselves or any non web based supplier). Multiple times as well so I always check their and other prices for 28 days after I have purchased something from them.
#31
According to to Which the Samsung's are quite a bit more efficient than the LG's!? :|
#32
I also got John Lewis to price match this. It was delivered on Saturday and it seems pretty good.
#33
ruddas
I also got John Lewis to price match this. It was delivered on Saturday and it seems pretty good.


​I was referring to the LG machine btw X)
#34
KareemSaid
JL will price match the LG which is £344.94 delivered

Be good if people actually added delivery charges so their deals weren't misleading.....

More info is needed on the "guarantees" really. If they don't cover certain things or specify that you have to use their engineers that charge a ridiculous minimum call out charge they seem worthless.

Although buying on credit card should give you some standard guarantee.

We have a Which best buy Hoover washer / dryer that is around 10 years old. Had one £60 repair and drier doesn't work anymore but find that dehumidifier is much better anyway.

Either of these appear to be good value


​Although I mentioned the delivery on the form, John Lewis matched it at £329.
#35
Is the warranty parts and labour like the LG linked in this thread?
#36
JL match the LG price but they also include the £14.99 delivery. Still a good deal.
#37
peewit23
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-9kg-1400rpm-washing-machine-white-329-95-sonicdirect-5-year-guarantee-parts-labour-2596817

£30 more for a larger drum and on average 1/3 less electricity usage per load 0.61kWh/Cycle LG vs 1.06kWh/Cycle and over a year according to John Lewis pages the LG will save you 1500 litres of water. Handy if you're on a meter!
Plus JL price matched!


5cms deeper so won't suit my utility room.
#38
We got the graphite version of this just before Xmas for £345 from Co-Op Electrical (although that deal did also come with free connection and free removal of the old machine).

That version is still £369 on JL website, I believe.

Seems like a great machine - does a very good 15 minute quick wash @ 20° - it's quiet too, even on fastest spin (presumably thanks to the Inverter motor).

I'd certainly recommend it.
#39
we have the 11kg version and apart from having the circuit board replaced early on, and a drum issue (Which amazingly was solved over the phone as you can do a calibration mode on it) it's been fab. very reliable, had it for the last 3 years, 8 people in my house so it gets a lot of use. have no problem recommending bit I always by from either ao or currys for the product cover.
1 Like #40
EDEN188
xepa
I could cry, I paid £50 more last week
​wuuaahh!! me too, will be delivered today :(.
why are there so many washing machine deals when I've just bought one :'(

If it's from John Lewis, you have 28 days from date of purchase where you can ring up and get the difference refunded. They'll also still accept price match requests with other companies during this period.

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