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John Lewis Washing Machine

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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
Hi All,
My Indesit WD12 finally gave up after 8 years.
I've got 3 kids, so am doing 2 loads a day and also my work clothes. The wife doesn't want a washer dryer again as it doesn't seem to do it's drying job properly.

Heard good things about John Lewis so was looking at this - http://www.johnlewis.com/230420543/Product.aspx
Any thoughts on it or any other recommendations?

Got a budget of £500 max.
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
8 years is good,I'm on my 2nd washing machine since I lived in this house 8years,the 2nd one I bougth had about 3 years,I do buy litrally the cheapest though,no £500 budget,maybe if I spent more,they last longer for me!
#2
Also will say J/L price match if you find the item cheaper in a shop,don't think they do online websites?,let them know,you need order over the phone though for the price match,least that's what I did for tv.
#3
Its a 3 year guarantee with John Lewis Machines, just took delivery today of the 1400 spin version of this model, for £399, havent used it yet, but looks good :)
#4
Thank you all for your replies.

The 1400 model is pretty much the same when compared to the 1600. Does 200rpm more justify an extra £100??

I've just realised that I can get some vouchers from work via our reward scheme. These'll help loads.

By the way, how do I add rep for you guys??
#5
I've always found Bosch to be a good reliable make,
This is the one I bought about a month ago and I'm really happy with it so far.
http://www.johnlewis.com/230482279/Product.aspx
didn't pay as much as this though!
#6
Found this on John Lewis too. Comparing it with their own, their doesn't seem to be much in it.

http://www.johnlewis.com/230508951/Product.aspx

Any views?
banned#7
Boobster
Thank you all for your replies.

The 1400 model is pretty much the same when compared to the 1600. Does 200rpm more justify an extra £100??

I've just realised that I can get some vouchers from work via our reward scheme. These'll help loads.

By the way, how do I add rep for you guys??


my machne is a 1600 spin and i never use that spin, the most i use is 1200, so i wouldnt spend more on a higher spin
#8
higher spin speed = more energy use = more of your hard earned going to thieving energy companies.
Bring back mangles LOL
#9
Boobster
Thank you all for your replies.

The 1400 model is pretty much the same when compared to the 1600. Does 200rpm more justify an extra £100??

I've just realised that I can get some vouchers from work via our reward scheme. These'll help loads.

By the way, how do I add rep for you guys??


I have a 1600 spin machine, but rarely use it at 1600. For normal washes I use 1400, or if the entire wash is towels then I'll sometimes use 1600.
To answer your question, I would say an extra 200rpm doesn't justify an extra £100. :thumbsup:
#10
Used our new John Lewis model 3 times today for the first time, each time on 1400 spin, amazing! The clothes are nearly dry compared to our last machine that only had a 1000 spin and the machine is really quiet. Definatelyy recommend their own make

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