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SAMSUNG ecobubble washing machine £399.00 Currys

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exzam Avatar3h, 48m agoFound 3 hours, 48 minutes ago7 Comments
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fab machine, ive had 1 for a few years (next model up though I think cost 700 quid)
Any codes that can be used with this?
Worth every penny with the 5yr guarantee. Recently had an issue with my machine after 1yr of purchase which was fixed within a week :D
Only the note 7 mobile phone has been recalled in the UK. A quick google shows problems with top loader washing machines in the US but they are different machines.

I actually have more faith in Samsung because they put their hands up and announced the recall on those phones...unlike Hotpoint with their tumble drier who told me to wait 14 months or pay 60 pounds for a new one...or Beko who failed to take action until it was all ovrr the news and people lost their homes...or Apple who brushed their battery issues under the carpet etc etc

No idea if this is a good washing machine btw...just bored on a Saturday morning :D
it'll be a hot deal when it catches on fire.
If you have a Samsung washer, be sure to check if it's been recalled!
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SAMSUNG AddWash™ 9KG WW90K5410UX/EU Washing Machine - Graphite£549.99 @ Currys

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With 5 year guarantee, and 10 on the motor. I paid £649 a few months ago and am very pleased with it. :)
Roger_Irrelevant Avatar1d, 14h agoFound 1 day, 14 hours ago12 Comments
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My Samsung washing machine has just developed a fault at 5 years and 3 months of the 5-year guarantee. I had the "3E" error, which normally points to a fault with the motor. The direct drive motor has 10-year (parts only) warranty. Samsung service centre told me that if the motor was faulty then they would replace it, and I would have to pick up the £60 labour charge. If it was something else, then I would have to pick up labour and parts charge.

So I popped the back off the machine, and could see that the ground wire had broken off, and another cable had shorted. Re-wired it, and it is working perfectly again. Took an hour of my time.
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Only 9kg for 550quid. Does guarantee cover labour as well? ​


​Show me a decent make washer more than 9kg with a 5 year guarantee for less than 550 clams. (_;)


​I have 11-12 kg washer dryer, I bought few months ago, much cheaper than this. If you look around at Bank holiday sales, you can get one as well. But I only got 2yr parts and labour warranty. This one comes with 5 yrs but not sure if it includes labour as well. Lot of washing machines come with 10yr parts only warranty


​What make? Good luck if it's Hotpoint. X)

And like you say only 2 year warranty.

This one is 5 years peace of mind for £110/year.
In all seriousness though,
Just don't have a wash going at the same time as you're charging your Note 7....you'll have the whole street ablaze :|
It's 5 years parts and labour. You must register with Samsung to get the free 5 year parts and labour.
Good price but the addwash is just a gimmick (and its not new tbh) which adds £100 to the price. Being in the trade all these comments about exploding appliances is a joke they have not exploded media using wrong terminology as usual to grab a headline.

The Americans seriously HATE LG & Samsung they slate then in the courts big time because the products are actually better than US made machines. Lots of tit for tat court cases going on in the US.

You will get generally beyond the 2 years will be parts only some models will covered labour but it is model specific and definitely any 10 years will be "limited" parts only, the LG 20 year warranty is a joke its only on the motor and these are direct drive ones and they will last that long any way.

All ways read the small print with any warranty beyond 2 years for white goods.
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£50 off Miele Washing Machines & Tumble Dryers with Voucher @ AO.com

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Samsung Eco bubble washing machine 8kg - White at ao.com for £324.00

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This is the cheapest I could find it. Price on website is £349.00. Apply code GET25 to receive a further £25.00 off. Total I paid is £324.00. Plus I purchased via a cashback site so another 2% coming…
becky5251 Avatar6d, 21h agoFound 6 days, 21 hours ago11 Comments
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Ours was delivered today, ordered yesterday.
Can you tell me how long the 'super eco wash' takes please?
Same, ordered yesterday morning, delivered at 08:30 (not the best delivery guys, but meh, they took my old one away for free rather than the £25 the site wanted).

Very nice bit of kit (especailly compared to the ageing Ariston it's replaced), will leave the finishing fanfare on to annoy the missus :D
Ours was delivered today, ordered yesterday.
It is the same washing machine.
not the same model number as the in the currys deal.
this deal:WF80F5E0W4W
the currys deal: WF80F5E2W4W
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Very - Beko WS832425B 8kg Load, 1300 Spin Washing Machine £209.99 this weekend ONLY

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The BekoWS832425Bwashing machine saves you money and time - perfect for busy households You can run a full 8 kg wash – equivalent to 40 shirtson the Daily Quick programme in just 39 minutes, so you…
seaniboy Avatar1w, 13h agoFound 1 week, 13 hours ago20 Comments
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£229 now! Was gonna get a family member to purchase it and the price goes up! Thought it was for the weekend!!! (_;)
Prob had a whack of sales, price goes up, usual retailer trick.

however call them as the weekend as you pointed out aint over
£229 now! Was gonna get a family member to purchase it and the price goes up! Thought it was for the weekend!!! (_;)
Tequila
Avoid beko like a plague.
Spend sone more and buy a decent brand like LG,Samsung,Miele or maybe Bosch.


​my last beko I got 5 year out of for a £200 machine it done the job yes lg Bosch etc are better built machines but your missing the point this is a decent reviewed machine at a good price its like saying buy a merc when a astra does same job
​it was a code I got sent as a new customer which is account specific I used the 12 month bnpl interest free option too happy days
According to the website the 20% doesnt include sale items? oO
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Indesit Innex Washing Machine XWA81482XW 8KG with 6 months supply of Ariel and free delivery and recycling of old unit £221.00 @ Tesco

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Indesit Innex Washing Machine XWA81482XW 8KG £246 at Tesco - use code TDX-HTNK to get it down to £221. On selected Indesit products you are also able to get 6 months of Ariel 3 in 1 tabs. The link
helendannette Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago6 Comments
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crackatinny
Pay the extra money & buy an LG with 5 years parts & labour warranty instead


​LG lol.
Tequila
Dont buy this rubbish..pay 100 more and buy an LG or Samsung with 5 years warranty..well worth the extra 100 trust me.

The Samsung thread seems to have people with problems too. Reckon it's just pot luck.

Picked up the washer dryer version of this earlier in the week for about £280 using a couple of discounts - if I get three years out of it, it'll have paid for itself.
Dont buy this rubbish..pay 100 more and buy an LG or Samsung with 5 years warranty..well worth the extra 100 trust me.
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Hot. I bought indesit washer dryer last year and received the ariel only after 6 months.
Still good anyway.
how much was that?
Hot. I bought indesit washer dryer last year and received the ariel only after 6 months.
Still good anyway.
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SAMSUNG ecobubble WF80F5E2W4X Washing Machine - Graphite/8KG+5 YEARS WARRANTY £339.99 *CURRYS*

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((UPDATE/24-09-2016:) Unfortunately Currys increased price to £429.99. Discount code still works at £60.00 and makes it £369.99. Sorry guys :() (UPDATE: My first entry was correct on £349.99 as dis…
YGUK Avatar1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago92 Comments
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@YGUK I have now posted this as a new thread. (I'm a newbie to this). Didnt bother with connection, recycling & disconnection as you say it can bump up the price. looked on you tube - seems fairly simple. Plus there are many recycling people that will pick up the machine for free. Bought via top cashback sp should get a further 2% back to me :)


​Lovely deal, nice found Becky, well done... :)
@YGUK I have now posted this as a new thread. (I'm a newbie to this). Didnt bother with connection, recycling & disconnection as you say it can bump up the price. looked on you tube - seems fairly simple. Plus there are many recycling people that will pick up the machine for free. Bought via top cashback sp should get a further 2% back to me :)
​That is lovely. Why don't you post this on hotuk? Mine is expired as Currys put price up anyway :( Potential problem with this one is connection, recycling and disconnection cost is quite high at £57, even take away packaging is £2.99 which is free with currys but still this one is very good deal, too.
http://ao.com/product/wf80f5e0w4w-samsung-ecobubble-washing-machine-white-26725-1.aspx

Use discount code GET25 to get a further £25.00 off.

Just ordered it as its the 8kg version and cost me £324.00 in total! Cheaper than the original find!


​Nice found. Why would I shout? I agree every word you are saying about Miele. But still £200 more and 7kg bit small. We were looking for 9kg in first place but bought this one because of the price and warranty. 7kg would be too small for us. But again, nice found mate...
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Candy GV169TW3W Freestanding A+++ 9kg 1600 Spin Washing Machine in White £249.99 (Co Op Electrical Ebay)

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Candy GV169TW3W Freestanding A+++ 9kg 1600 Spin Washing Machine in White Energy Efficiency: A+++ Wash Performance: A Wash Load (kg): 9.0 kg/ 19.80 lbs Spin Speed: 1600 rpm
chrisshein Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago18 Comments
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Washing machine arrived today. It is simply awesome!14 minutes to wash clothes. smell and feel is amazing! Also with the 1600 spin the clothes were almost dry!!
Candy tumble dryer - lasted 12 months + 4 days. Never again :(
Never ever candy again- mine and friend of mine broke down after 2 years . Dial gauge which cost 120£ just for part broke on both candies . Mine is still working but I can't use quick wash programs . Another problem is - this is not child proof . If you have or expect children - buy one with child lock!
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candy are crap, save your money, they are cheap for a reason. that 10 year parts thingy requires you to use their engineer, at very high cost. AVOID!!!

Had a super-cheap Candy tumble dryer for 6 years now. Never missed a beat.

Put a cheap Candy washing machine in our first flat when the one in the flat packed in. It was still going fine when we sold the place 4 years later.

Unless you go for the top end German stuff, I don't think any of them are bulletproof these days.
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candy are crap, save your money, they are cheap for a reason. that 10 year parts thingy requires you to use their engineer, at very high cost. AVOID!!!
Same as all manufacturers. But the reviews for this model are very good!
A few run constant promotions for a free 5 year parts & labour warranty including Samsung, LG, Panasonic & Siemens.
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Indesit 7kg 1400 Built-In Washing Machine - White £235.00 at Robert Dyas

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Been searching for a built in washing machine. This is the best price I could find from a decent brand £329.00 · CurrysFree shipping £239.99 · eBayUsed £329.99 · Co-operative Electrical S...
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It's not a decent brand, mine is very noisy, even my mum's Beko is better
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Bosch WAT28420GB A+++-30% 8kg 1400 Spin Washing Machine in White was £629 now £444.98 Del with Code + £50 Cashback @ Co-op Electrical (1200 version £414.98 Del + £50 Cashback)

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Still £529 at AO & £579.99 @ Argos, excellent reviews across the net, I am told this is one of the better quality Bosch products as it is manufactured in Germany. Use code FLASH40 to get it for £444.9…
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Cheers OP +1
My washing machine failed on Sunday and have bought this - arrived today and I have just plumbed it in. Also picked up 2% quidco. Previous machine was also a Bosch 1400 and I worked out it was 17 years old before it failed. Well worth the money.
Anyone have one with dryer build in - I'm looking for one , but no space to put both in the kitchen.
Can you recommend any models ? Cheers.
Ed Winchester
BEKO - WM74145W, 179 delivered from curry's yesterday, which is the better deal?
The Bosch, as you will not need to buy another washing machine for a very long time.
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BEKO - WM74145W, 179 delivered from curry's yesterday, which is the better deal?
http://www.google.co.uk/shopping/product/15186123903982875365?lsf=seller:80515,store:4054733601979262746&prds=oid:12160441978457018950&q=WM74145W&hl=en&ei=Vg7VV_aRPMPUaeWdhPgP&lsft=gclid:CM2vl_Prhs8CFewp0wodHYsLlA

It shows at 250 on currys and and a lower one at £180
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Beko WS832425W 8kg Load, 1300 Spin Washing Machine - White £199.00 @ Very

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on the hunt for a washing machine. this looks a decent offer You can run a full 8 kg wash – equivalent to 40 shirts – on the Daily Quick programme in just 28 minutes, or you could wash 2KG in jus…
conn85 Avatar3w, 12h agoFound 3 weeks, 12 hours ago10 Comments
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bought a bed from very recently. all went very smoothly
My reasons for avoiding Very are that a Littlewoods employee was found to have used my details to open an account & make fake high value purchases (sending to an address 200 miles away) after I had made a single one off purchase using my debit card (not opening an account)
Hope you sued for breach of DPA
conn85

bought a bed from very recently. all went very smoothly

My reasons for avoiding Very are that a Littlewoods employee was found to have used my details to open an account & make fake high value purchases (sending to an address 200 miles away) after I had made a single one off purchase using my debit card (not opening an account)
Love Beko had my washing machine 8 years still going strong
We are all BEKO now simply because none of them have gone wrong and they are decent quality:price ratio.
I've just had the BEKO - WM74145W delivered from curry's today for 179 but the price appears to have gone up 70 quid. Might be worth waiting and checking again if you're not in a rush.
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Bosch WAP24390GB 8kg 1200 spin Freestanding Washing Machine @ appliance electronics. £327.99 Plus £50 cashback from Bosch

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Bosch WAP24390GB 8kg 1200 spin Freestanding Washing [email protected] electronics. £327.99 Plus £50 cashback from Bosch Can't go wrong for £277.99 after cashback Bosch cashback. http://www.bo…
mqasim82 Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago3 Comments
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Avoid at all costs:
1)1200 clothes will not be dry enough.
2) your clothes might come out with lots of holes
3) the timer with this series is dodgy. The wash cycle is forever flashing
4) Don't buy from Currys which constanlty flog 2nd hand stuff as new.


You clearly have no idea
i bought this model from co op electrical. http://www.coopelectricalshop.co.uk/Bosch-WAT24420GB-A-30-8kg-1200-Spin-Washing-Machine-in-White/id-BOS-WSH-WAT24420GB-W
You can get it for £356.60 after Bosch £50 cashback, tcb cashback £8.38 and using the code BSH40 to take £40 off. It's very quiet and better spec model.
Avoid at all costs:
1)1200 clothes will not be dry enough.
2) your clothes might come out with lots of holes
3) the timer with this series is dodgy. The wash cycle is forever flashing
4) Don't buy from Currys which constanlty flog 2nd hand stuff as new.
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Haier HW50-10F1 Washing Machine A++ £149.99 @ Marks Electrical 2 Year Warranty, Free Delivery

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Product code: HW50-10F1 Colour - White Spin (rpm) - 1000 Capacity (kg) - 5 Delay Start Timer - Yes Dimensions (HxWxD) (mm) - 845 x 597 x 497 (depth excludes knobs, door and pipe work)
mbriz Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago6 Comments
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A++ rating... Should include this in the description


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A++ rating... Should include this in the description
simont_space
Is this where Jim Vaz works?


​He used to we had to let him go was coming on to the male staff....
simont_space
Is this where Jim Vaz works?


Lol
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XWE91483XS Indesit Washing Machine 9kg Load 1400 Spin Speed A+++ with 6 months supply of Ariel FREE + 10 year motor and parts guarantee £279.99 delivered @ Hughes

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Good price, very good reviews, 6 months supply of Ariel (classed as 133 washes) & 10 year motor and parts guarantee. Ariel offer Guarantee Looking classy in silver this Indesit XWE91483XS…
goonertillidie Avatar3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago5 Comments
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yup my indesit messed up quickly, 30 minute quick wash now takes 2 hours, and 2 hour wash now takes 3 hours, digital all messed up, its the labour that costs the money.
Indesit !?!?!?! £279.99 !!!!!!! Together? In the same sentence?

Cold....
Sorry but before buying one of these think about the environment, it'll be scrap within a few years.
bendaw
Insurance may not be a bargain when Indesit's £109.99 standard charge is applied for repairs after 12 months warranty expires

Come on these are the best washer company out there, there products never breakdown and are so reliable.............

The reality is so different, I do not know how they are still going.
Insurance may not be a bargain when Indesit's £109.99 standard charge is applied for repairs after 12 months warranty expires
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John Lewis Washing Machine 7KG £269.00

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Found this machine rated as no 1 on TrustedReviews website. Currently £30 off until 21st September and free delivery. The spec may not be the most advanced, but as a single person I do not need a huge…
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John Lewis washing products are made by AEG/Electrolux/Zanussi - fine if they work, NOT fine if they conk out on you.
You will have to deal with the Serviceforce "network" which is a mix of separate companies "organised" by Electrolux for repairs which make your worst nightmares come real. For reviews see: http://www.reviewcentre.com/Online-Domestic-Appliance-Shops/Service-Force-www-serviceforce-co-uk-reviews_1901176
John Lewis (although nothing like the company they WERE for customer service - see their reviews now, it will shock you! http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews56366.html ) themselves can be reasonable helpful, but can't do anything at all to get this company to fulfil it's claims. Ten weeks,and a whole lot of wasted full days sitting in and a lot of raised blood pressure means I would not touch any of their products again even though I got substantialfinancial compensation at the end of it.
They can't be a patch on the people that Panasonic use for their Washing Machines. 5 weeks on and I'm still arguing with them on their "I'm sorry, your machine part failure was not due to a manufacturing problem, instead it's down to your installation". We've had to go out and buy a new washing machine while the stand off continues. Lesson learned, don't believe the "we offer you a 5 year warranty with our Panasonic machines" because when you get an issue they don't want to know. Just stick to the known brands instead.
John Lewis have been nothing but amazing in their assistance at helping us pursue Panasonic.
I've got a Panasonic washing machine and its been brilliant but if it does fail and they don't honour my 5 year warranty I will probably take them to the small claims court. I think I'm about half way through the warranty. Did they ever inspect your installation? Mine is one of the Turkish Vestel Panasonic washing machines which are meant to be more reliable than the Chinese made Panasonic's.
In just under 4 years of service they've been out to the machine around 10 times, carried out a full repair on it over 1 year ago in exactly the same position. The problem now is the engineer the last time thinks it's a write off, Panasonic don't want to give us a new one, thus the excuses start. Read around about Panasonic warranties and it's pretty much what they do.
Here's the thing that's been hinted before though, I'll probably have to take JL to the small claims court as the retailer. This is actually not great because JL have been amazing trying to sort this out. When they couldn't get Panasonic to see sense they even contributed heavily towards our new machine. I have a couple of avenues to go down first, otherwise it's small claims court with the precedence that they've repaired it before in its current installation position.
The route took with JL recently, however it did finally come good, not without MAJOR stress though. I presume you are dealing direct with [email protected] ?
It's not for no reason that John Lewis are rated 1.5/10 on Trustpilot - with real reviews from real customers! Once great at customer service, they're now amongst the worst. And all because they're cutting back on costs in order to try to compete with Amazon on price!
Dreadful company to deal with if you have a problem - what a contrast with Richer Sounds, who sell TVs etc at lower prices, with better warranties and infinitely better customer service. Shame they don't sell washing machines.
I think both of us have said JL couldn't do enough for us. They fought the manufacturers customer service as much as they could. When they realised the manufacturers warranty wasn't going anywhere they offered up a big contribution to a new machine without a single bit of pressure. For me they're 5 star service.
I take your point - sort of - but if JL were that good, surely they'd concede the SOGA point rather than sit and wait for a small claims case to be taken against them as the vendor. You know as well as I (and they) do that the obligation isn't extinguished by the warranty or by the passage of time, but a company like JL, setting itself up as something rather special, should surely not shirk its legal responsibilities like that.
To be fair, JL supply the first 2 year warranty, it's Panasonic who offer to top it up to five years. As I said before, JL have been nothing but special dealing with this so far, going beyond what I expected. It's a strange one because JL do not supply the machine with 5 years warranty, it's Panasonic who offer that. I'm sorry, I really do not understand the JL negativity at all on here.
But you're still taking JL through the small claims procedure? I don't follow. I'm assuming from that that you're aware of JL's legal responsibilities well beyond the 2 year point. Why aren't they fulfilling those obligations?
At the moment we're still pursuing options against Panasonic at the moment. Will we move on to pursuing JL through the small claims, as we're aware that we will have to take them over Panasonic..... I'm in 2 minds at the moment. As a company they have given us substantial enough compensation to cover a good part of our new washing machine. It's a difficult one because JL have done something to fulfil their obligation. They didn't turn around and say "hey, your washing machine that was good for repair one year ago is no longer in compliance for us", in fact they have stated quite the opposite.

I'll go back to my comments on JL getting 1.4 stars for customer service, personally they're worth 5 stars for me. The only company I've dealt with recently that are better would be Costco. Richer Sounds, that have been mentioned before, are worth no more than 3 stars for me. Their customer support is fairly middle of the road.

The best result though, as the money isn't the big thing here, will be to put the message out, "buyer beware when buying Panasonic because of their extended warranty".
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John Lewis washing products are made by AEG/Electrolux/Zanussi - fine if they work, NOT fine if they conk out on you.
You will have to deal with the Serviceforce "network" which is a mix of separate companies "organised" by Electrolux for repairs which make your worst nightmares come real. For reviews see: http://www.reviewcentre.com/Online-Domestic-Appliance-Shops/Service-Force-www-serviceforce-co-uk-reviews_1901176
John Lewis (although nothing like the company they WERE for customer service - see their reviews now, it will shock you! http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews56366.html ) themselves can be reasonable helpful, but can't do anything at all to get this company to fulfil it's claims. Ten weeks,and a whole lot of wasted full days sitting in and a lot of raised blood pressure means I would not touch any of their products again even though I got substantialfinancial compensation at the end of it.
They can't be a patch on the people that Panasonic use for their Washing Machines. 5 weeks on and I'm still arguing with them on their "I'm sorry, your machine part failure was not due to a manufacturing problem, instead it's down to your installation". We've had to go out and buy a new washing machine while the stand off continues. Lesson learned, don't believe the "we offer you a 5 year warranty with our Panasonic machines" because when you get an issue they don't want to know. Just stick to the known brands instead.
John Lewis have been nothing but amazing in their assistance at helping us pursue Panasonic.
I've got a Panasonic washing machine and its been brilliant but if it does fail and they don't honour my 5 year warranty I will probably take them to the small claims court. I think I'm about half way through the warranty. Did they ever inspect your installation? Mine is one of the Turkish Vestel Panasonic washing machines which are meant to be more reliable than the Chinese made Panasonic's.
In just under 4 years of service they've been out to the machine around 10 times, carried out a full repair on it over 1 year ago in exactly the same position. The problem now is the engineer the last time thinks it's a write off, Panasonic don't want to give us a new one, thus the excuses start. Read around about Panasonic warranties and it's pretty much what they do.
Here's the thing that's been hinted before though, I'll probably have to take JL to the small claims court as the retailer. This is actually not great because JL have been amazing trying to sort this out. When they couldn't get Panasonic to see sense they even contributed heavily towards our new machine. I have a couple of avenues to go down first, otherwise it's small claims court with the precedence that they've repaired it before in its current installation position.
The route took with JL recently, however it did finally come good, not without MAJOR stress though. I presume you are dealing direct with [email protected] ?
It's not for no reason that John Lewis are rated 1.5/10 on Trustpilot - with real reviews from real customers! Once great at customer service, they're now amongst the worst. And all because they're cutting back on costs in order to try to compete with Amazon on price!
Dreadful company to deal with if you have a problem - what a contrast with Richer Sounds, who sell TVs etc at lower prices, with better warranties and infinitely better customer service. Shame they don't sell washing machines.
I think both of us have said JL couldn't do enough for us. They fought the manufacturers customer service as much as they could. When they realised the manufacturers warranty wasn't going anywhere they offered up a big contribution to a new machine without a single bit of pressure. For me they're 5 star service.
I take your point - sort of - but if JL were that good, surely they'd concede the SOGA point rather than sit and wait for a small claims case to be taken against them as the vendor. You know as well as I (and they) do that the obligation isn't extinguished by the warranty or by the passage of time, but a company like JL, setting itself up as something rather special, should surely not shirk its legal responsibilities like that.
To be fair, JL supply the first 2 year warranty, it's Panasonic who offer to top it up to five years. As I said before, JL have been nothing but special dealing with this so far, going beyond what I expected. It's a strange one because JL do not supply the machine with 5 years warranty, it's Panasonic who offer that. I'm sorry, I really do not understand the JL negativity at all on here.
But you're still taking JL through the small claims procedure? I don't follow. I'm assuming from that that you're aware of JL's legal responsibilities well beyond the 2 year point. Why aren't they fulfilling those obligations?
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John Lewis washing products are made by AEG/Electrolux/Zanussi - fine if they work, NOT fine if they conk out on you.
You will have to deal with the Serviceforce "network" which is a mix of separate companies "organised" by Electrolux for repairs which make your worst nightmares come real. For reviews see: http://www.reviewcentre.com/Online-Domestic-Appliance-Shops/Service-Force-www-serviceforce-co-uk-reviews_1901176
John Lewis (although nothing like the company they WERE for customer service - see their reviews now, it will shock you! http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews56366.html ) themselves can be reasonable helpful, but can't do anything at all to get this company to fulfil it's claims. Ten weeks,and a whole lot of wasted full days sitting in and a lot of raised blood pressure means I would not touch any of their products again even though I got substantialfinancial compensation at the end of it.
They can't be a patch on the people that Panasonic use for their Washing Machines. 5 weeks on and I'm still arguing with them on their "I'm sorry, your machine part failure was not due to a manufacturing problem, instead it's down to your installation". We've had to go out and buy a new washing machine while the stand off continues. Lesson learned, don't believe the "we offer you a 5 year warranty with our Panasonic machines" because when you get an issue they don't want to know. Just stick to the known brands instead.
John Lewis have been nothing but amazing in their assistance at helping us pursue Panasonic.
I've got a Panasonic washing machine and its been brilliant but if it does fail and they don't honour my 5 year warranty I will probably take them to the small claims court. I think I'm about half way through the warranty. Did they ever inspect your installation? Mine is one of the Turkish Vestel Panasonic washing machines which are meant to be more reliable than the Chinese made Panasonic's.
In just under 4 years of service they've been out to the machine around 10 times, carried out a full repair on it over 1 year ago in exactly the same position. The problem now is the engineer the last time thinks it's a write off, Panasonic don't want to give us a new one, thus the excuses start. Read around about Panasonic warranties and it's pretty much what they do.
Here's the thing that's been hinted before though, I'll probably have to take JL to the small claims court as the retailer. This is actually not great because JL have been amazing trying to sort this out. When they couldn't get Panasonic to see sense they even contributed heavily towards our new machine. I have a couple of avenues to go down first, otherwise it's small claims court with the precedence that they've repaired it before in its current installation position.
The route took with JL recently, however it did finally come good, not without MAJOR stress though. I presume you are dealing direct with [email protected] ?
It's not for no reason that John Lewis are rated 1.5/10 on Trustpilot - with real reviews from real customers! Once great at customer service, they're now amongst the worst. And all because they're cutting back on costs in order to try to compete with Amazon on price!
Dreadful company to deal with if you have a problem - what a contrast with Richer Sounds, who sell TVs etc at lower prices, with better warranties and infinitely better customer service. Shame they don't sell washing machines.
I think both of us have said JL couldn't do enough for us. They fought the manufacturers customer service as much as they could. When they realised the manufacturers warranty wasn't going anywhere they offered up a big contribution to a new machine without a single bit of pressure. For me they're 5 star service.
I take your point - sort of - but if JL were that good, surely they'd concede the SOGA point rather than sit and wait for a small claims case to be taken against them as the vendor. You know as well as I (and they) do that the obligation isn't extinguished by the warranty or by the passage of time, but a company like JL, setting itself up as something rather special, should surely not shirk its legal responsibilities like that.
To be fair, JL supply the first 2 year warranty, it's Panasonic who offer to top it up to five years. As I said before, JL have been nothing but special dealing with this so far, going beyond what I expected. It's a strange one because JL do not supply the machine with 5 years warranty, it's Panasonic who offer that. I'm sorry, I really do not understand the JL negativity at all on here.
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Newbold
nihcaj
youngrobbo
bonzobanana
youngrobbo
nihcaj
John Lewis washing products are made by AEG/Electrolux/Zanussi - fine if they work, NOT fine if they conk out on you.
You will have to deal with the Serviceforce "network" which is a mix of separate companies "organised" by Electrolux for repairs which make your worst nightmares come real. For reviews see: http://www.reviewcentre.com/Online-Domestic-Appliance-Shops/Service-Force-www-serviceforce-co-uk-reviews_1901176
John Lewis (although nothing like the company they WERE for customer service - see their reviews now, it will shock you! http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews56366.html ) themselves can be reasonable helpful, but can't do anything at all to get this company to fulfil it's claims. Ten weeks,and a whole lot of wasted full days sitting in and a lot of raised blood pressure means I would not touch any of their products again even though I got substantialfinancial compensation at the end of it.
They can't be a patch on the people that Panasonic use for their Washing Machines. 5 weeks on and I'm still arguing with them on their "I'm sorry, your machine part failure was not due to a manufacturing problem, instead it's down to your installation". We've had to go out and buy a new washing machine while the stand off continues. Lesson learned, don't believe the "we offer you a 5 year warranty with our Panasonic machines" because when you get an issue they don't want to know. Just stick to the known brands instead.
John Lewis have been nothing but amazing in their assistance at helping us pursue Panasonic.
I've got a Panasonic washing machine and its been brilliant but if it does fail and they don't honour my 5 year warranty I will probably take them to the small claims court. I think I'm about half way through the warranty. Did they ever inspect your installation? Mine is one of the Turkish Vestel Panasonic washing machines which are meant to be more reliable than the Chinese made Panasonic's.
In just under 4 years of service they've been out to the machine around 10 times, carried out a full repair on it over 1 year ago in exactly the same position. The problem now is the engineer the last time thinks it's a write off, Panasonic don't want to give us a new one, thus the excuses start. Read around about Panasonic warranties and it's pretty much what they do.
Here's the thing that's been hinted before though, I'll probably have to take JL to the small claims court as the retailer. This is actually not great because JL have been amazing trying to sort this out. When they couldn't get Panasonic to see sense they even contributed heavily towards our new machine. I have a couple of avenues to go down first, otherwise it's small claims court with the precedence that they've repaired it before in its current installation position.
The route took with JL recently, however it did finally come good, not without MAJOR stress though. I presume you are dealing direct with [email protected] ?
It's not for no reason that John Lewis are rated 1.5/10 on Trustpilot - with real reviews from real customers! Once great at customer service, they're now amongst the worst. And all because they're cutting back on costs in order to try to compete with Amazon on price!
Dreadful company to deal with if you have a problem - what a contrast with Richer Sounds, who sell TVs etc at lower prices, with better warranties and infinitely better customer service. Shame they don't sell washing machines.
I think both of us have said JL couldn't do enough for us. They fought the manufacturers customer service as much as they could. When they realised the manufacturers warranty wasn't going anywhere they offered up a big contribution to a new machine without a single bit of pressure. For me they're 5 star service.
I take your point - sort of - but if JL were that good, surely they'd concede the SOGA point rather than sit and wait for a small claims case to be taken against them as the vendor. You know as well as I (and they) do that the obligation isn't extinguished by the warranty or by the passage of time, but a company like JL, setting itself up as something rather special, should surely not shirk its legal responsibilities like that.
Newbold
nihcaj
youngrobbo
bonzobanana
youngrobbo
nihcaj
John Lewis washing products are made by AEG/Electrolux/Zanussi - fine if they work, NOT fine if they conk out on you.
You will have to deal with the Serviceforce "network" which is a mix of separate companies "organised" by Electrolux for repairs which make your worst nightmares come real. For reviews see: http://www.reviewcentre.com/Online-Domestic-Appliance-Shops/Service-Force-www-serviceforce-co-uk-reviews_1901176
John Lewis (although nothing like the company they WERE for customer service - see their reviews now, it will shock you! http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews56366.html ) themselves can be reasonable helpful, but can't do anything at all to get this company to fulfil it's claims. Ten weeks,and a whole lot of wasted full days sitting in and a lot of raised blood pressure means I would not touch any of their products again even though I got substantialfinancial compensation at the end of it.
They can't be a patch on the people that Panasonic use for their Washing Machines. 5 weeks on and I'm still arguing with them on their "I'm sorry, your machine part failure was not due to a manufacturing problem, instead it's down to your installation". We've had to go out and buy a new washing machine while the stand off continues. Lesson learned, don't believe the "we offer you a 5 year warranty with our Panasonic machines" because when you get an issue they don't want to know. Just stick to the known brands instead.
John Lewis have been nothing but amazing in their assistance at helping us pursue Panasonic.
I've got a Panasonic washing machine and its been brilliant but if it does fail and they don't honour my 5 year warranty I will probably take them to the small claims court. I think I'm about half way through the warranty. Did they ever inspect your installation? Mine is one of the Turkish Vestel Panasonic washing machines which are meant to be more reliable than the Chinese made Panasonic's.
In just under 4 years of service they've been out to the machine around 10 times, carried out a full repair on it over 1 year ago in exactly the same position. The problem now is the engineer the last time thinks it's a write off, Panasonic don't want to give us a new one, thus the excuses start. Read around about Panasonic warranties and it's pretty much what they do.
Here's the thing that's been hinted before though, I'll probably have to take JL to the small claims court as the retailer. This is actually not great because JL have been amazing trying to sort this out. When they couldn't get Panasonic to see sense they even contributed heavily towards our new machine. I have a couple of avenues to go down first, otherwise it's small claims court with the precedence that they've repaired it before in its current installation position.
The route took with JL recently, however it did finally come good, not without MAJOR stress though. I presume you are dealing direct with [email protected] ?
It's not for no reason that John Lewis are rated 1.5/10 on Trustpilot - with real reviews from real customers! Once great at customer service, they're now amongst the worst. And all because they're cutting back on costs in order to try to compete with Amazon on price!
Dreadful company to deal with if you have a problem - what a contrast with Richer Sounds, who sell TVs etc at lower prices, with better warranties and infinitely better customer service. Shame they don't sell washing machines.
I think both of us have said JL couldn't do enough for us. They fought the manufacturers customer service as much as they could. When they realised the manufacturers warranty wasn't going anywhere they offered up a big contribution to a new machine without a single bit of pressure. For me they're 5 star service.
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Beko WMB91243LW 9KG 1200 Spin Washing Machine £199.00 @ Argos

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Down in price to £199.00 delivered. This large 9KG A+++ rated washing machine is fantastic. I purchased this model six months ago and it's been a great purchase. It has loads of settings, quick wash 1…
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I've got the WMB91233LW, not sure of the difference between mine and this one, mine's also 9KG/1200RPM. I've had it 3 or 4 months. Seems OK to me, I wish it played a tune when it had finished though like my Beko tumble dryer does, as I often put the washing on and go out and the tune is a good reminder, it doesn't have this feature, but I guess I can live without it.
Just put your tumble drier on at the same time as the washing machine then.
​Yeah that makes perfect sense, I wouldn't have anything to dry as it would all be in the washing machine
But at least you'd know when your washing has finished. I'm just trying to solve you're lack of finishing tune problem.

I think the suggestion to put a timer on my phone is a good one, although it's possible to forget. It's a shame they didn't implement the tune in to the washing machine like the tumble dryer. You can't fail to notice then as the tune plays every 30secs-1minute.
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I've got the WMB91233LW, not sure of the difference between mine and this one, mine's also 9KG/1200RPM. I've had it 3 or 4 months. Seems OK to me, I wish it played a tune when it had finished though like my Beko tumble dryer does, as I often put the washing on and go out and the tune is a good reminder, it doesn't have this feature, but I guess I can live without it.
Just put your tumble drier on at the same time as the washing machine then.
​Yeah that makes perfect sense, I wouldn't have anything to dry as it would all be in the washing machine

But at least you'd know when your washing has finished. I'm just trying to solve you're lack of finishing tune problem.
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Appliances Direct - Bosch WVG3046SGB 8kg Wash 5kg Dry Freestanding Washer Dryer Silver for £532.00 (Which subscription £512)

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My first post, here goes. Currys £548.10 with code WASH10, John Lewis for £552.00. Until very recently it retailed at £609. Reviews seem positive, I'm getting one. You need to take out a £1 tria…
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Down to £509.00 now with Which subscription.
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BEKO WM74145W Washing Machine £179.99 @ Currys

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Lowest price i could find for a Beko medium capacity slim depth 50cm machine. Capacity: 7 kg Spin speed: 1400 rpm Quick wash time: 28 minutes Energy rating: A+++ One-year manufacturer’s guarantee…
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Good price but it's Currys and with our past experiences in mind I would rather pay more and have some level of customer service.
louthepoo
good price but was this price over a year ago


So?
shammy31
went to Currys today delivery costs are very high in general


​Next-day delivery when you order before 9pm the previous day. This is FREE for deliveries on Sunday to Friday; and £4.99 for deliveries on Saturday.
good price but was this price over a year ago
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Miele WMR561 Washing machine @ Currys - £1,080.00 with code (£880 with Miele cashback)

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One of Miele's best washing machines for nearly half of the RRP. It's down to £1200 on the Currys website for this BH weekend. Use code MIELE10 to take it down to £1080 which is a great price in its…
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who would pay over a grand for a washing machine?
Be cheaper to buy new clothes...
Heat added if still available, top quality product
Amazing quality machines, never had a problem with my washing machine it's solid as a rock
Common Sense
5 year warranty means they only have confidence their product will last for 5 years.
Other manufacturers offer(ed) 6 years warranty at less than half the price.
Do people spend £110 on detergent, or is this an inflated "worth £110?"
It's like quoting the worth of a Samsung Galaxy S6 is £469 (Samsung's website) when they cost less than £349 elsewhere.

I take it that you were interested in the deal but seems to be sold out now unfortunately.

If you were really set on it I would consider a part ex deal with your machine with 6 year warranty.
I can't offer the detergent in the deal though as it's worth £110.
Common Sense
5 year warranty means they only have confidence their product will last for 5 years.
Other manufacturers offer(ed) 6 years warranty at less than half the price.
Do people spend £110 on detergent, or is this an inflated "worth £110?"
It's like quoting the worth of a Samsung Galaxy S6 is £469 (Samsung's website) when they cost less than £349 elsewhere.

These are built a lot better than most washing machines (built like a tank), the fact that you can extend the warranty to 10 years on an appliance with such a high RRP for only another £150 shows they have a lot of confidence in the product. My mate's Samsung direct drive washing machine (same system as LG and Panasonic use) is on its third motor in 2.5 years, and he was told by the engineers that keep coming that it's a common problem with them.

Our Miele WDA210 is whisper quiet on even its highest spin - we bought it almost 2 years ago to replace a 14 year old Bosch washing machine that was starting to make funny noises, Bosch don't make machines like that any more, but Miele do.
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Beko WMB101433LW 10Kg Washing Machine with 1400 rpm in White was £319 now £239.00 Delivered with code @ AO (more offers in comments)

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Seems to be great price for a 10kg load washer, has terrific reviews across the net too & is cheaper by quite a margin, decent A+++ energy rating too! Use code TENNEROFF to take an extra £10 off the p…
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now £289
Oos
Thanks op, bought 10kg Beko washing machine.
Good size, I wish washing machines would just let you choose a water level & temperature rather than all these different cycles
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Hotpoint H8A1EW 60/40 Fridge Freezer - White was £339 now £269 Delivered with code TENNEROFF

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Samsung RB Combi Range RB31FERNDSS 60/40 Frost Free Fridge Freezer - Stainless Steel Look was £499 now £344 Delivered using code GET25

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Capacity - fits 17 shopping bags of food inside
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Beko DCUR801W Condenser Tumble Dryer - White £199 Delivered excellent reviews across the net

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Neff B12S22N3GB Built In Electric Single Oven - Stainless Steel was £379 now £279 Del using code GET20

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Beko DFN28R21B Standard Dishwasher - Black was £329 now £259 Del using code TENNEROFF

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Bosch Serie 6 i-DOS™ WAT28660GB 8Kg Washing Machine with 1400 rpm in White now £499.00 + Free Next Day Del with code @ AO

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This is an AMAZING machine for the price, it's at least £50 more elsewhere & the reviews are excellent too! It's not often I get excited over a washing machine (well there were a couple of times, but
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£500 and only 2 years warranty... go for a WAW series - at least better quality(made in Germany)
​What is the difference between the WAT and WAW models?
WAT is 6 serie, WAW is higher 8 serie and made in Germany
pavel76
£500 and only 2 years warranty... go for a WAW series - at least better quality(made in Germany)


​What is the difference between the WAT and WAW models?
pavel76
£500 and only 2 years warranty... go for a WAW series - at least better quality(made in Germany)

Beat me too it, might as well get a hotpoint and replace when it inevitably fails would still be cheaper.
£500 and only 2 years warranty... go for a WAW series - at least better quality(made in Germany)
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LG F14U2TDN5, 8kg Washing Machine, Turbo Wash, Smart Diagnosis, 1400 RPM, Silver £439 (£351.20 with code) @ Tesco

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The LG F14U2TDN5 washing machine benefits from a range of features that will clean and care for your clothing. With an impressive 8kg wash capacity, 6-motion direct drive motor and 1400rpm spin speed,…
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Unfortunately it seems as though the code has expired. I would have purchased at this price.
EDIT: I got a call to arrange delivery - so I happily set a day (Wed) and waited. A few hours later I got a call from the same delivery company saying they were out of stock...

Tesco Direct currently has my order status as: Dispatched......... It originally said Thurs, then Fri, but obviously no machine came...

Apparently I have to call delivery, and 'then' Tesco Direct to arrange a refund.... HASSLE and 'poor' customer service. It's a nightmare trying to contact them. I've already been on hold twice for about 40mins and have no idea how to contact Tesco's (expensive premium rate) telephone number... It can't be done online...

I need a washing machine ASAP! Anyone got any leads?



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Thank you jordanc93. Received and registered mine today, only ordered on Monday. Looks great and very quiet. They even took the old machine for free! (Order option online which is £10 to take old machine).
Mine was coming today but got a call to say the brakes have broken on the truck so it's now coming on Bank Holiday Monday which i didn't think they would deliver on.
Thanks OP - just ordered.
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Beko WM72CPW A+ 7kg 1200 Spin Washing Machine in White £120.00 @ Co-op electrical - Birmingham

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Yardley Birmingham CO OP .May be nationwide . If not Brummies are invited to make a run for it. 3 machines available 22/8/16 @ 15.18.
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all brands are crap nowadays, they aren't built to last, just to be replaced. and beko is one of the better brands. though mine abit noisy at times tbh, but its does what it says on the tin for £150 ish
Their tumble dryers catch fire, their fridges catch fire, their washing machines chuck a brick through your worktop or shatter the glass on the front.

And people want to take a chance because it's cheap. Good luck is all I can say.

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Beko are the better budget manufacturers. Did quite a bit of research recently and ended up buying a 10kg 1400 Beko from AO.com for £279. Good machine.
Its hotpoint and indesit that have had occurences of blowing up/catching fire, avoid those at all cost!
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-37013779

Well it's clear I didn't research very well >.<
snagzie
Beko are the better budget manufacturers. Did quite a bit of research recently and ended up buying a 10kg 1400 Beko from AO.com for £279. Good machine.
Its hotpoint and indesit that have had occurences of blowing up/catching fire, avoid those at all cost!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-37013779
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SAMSUNG 9kg ecobubble Washing Machine £389.00 Currys

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SAMSUNG 9kg ecobubble WF90F5E5U4X Washing Machine - Graphite £399 Five-year manufacturer’s guarantee Use £10 discount code LKA10 £389 Capacity: 9 kg Spin speed: 1400 rpm Quick wash tim…
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This is back on @ £399

Anyone know some more money off codes?
Has the deal ended? Says £599 through link to Currys site now?
Get £20 off with LKA20 code,

Just tried it and worked a treat for me. Also got an extra 8% off through vouchers at work so cost about £350 which is even better.

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5 Year Warranty is not automatic you have to go here http://www.samsung.com/uk/fiveyearwarranty/ and register the machine within 90 days of purchase or samsung will not honour the 5 year warranty people have been stung before by these promotions assuming the warranty is automatically covered against the machine only to be told they had to register the machine within the time frame if they wanted the 5 years.
I'd never buy anything ever again from curries. I'd rather pay a little extra somewhere else and know I'd get some decent customer service.
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30 Ariel 3 in 1 Washing Pods Half price £5.00 @ Tesco

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Half price on these great 3 in 1 pods! Not more I can really say.
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Which magazine says best for skid marks etc
These type? ;)
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£7.99 in Farmfoods for 60!!
Which magazine says best for skid marks etc
I noticed today Asda in Dunfermline were doing 2 packs .. 60 for £10 .. works out at same price
Loads at tesco park road Loughborough I always use them
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Zanussi Lindo300 ZWF01483WR 1400rpm 10Kg Washing Machine £279.00 ao.com

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GET20 code for £20 off Good price for 10kg capacity washing machine from Zanussi
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Yeah, I've read a lot of comments saying that machines these days aren't built to last perhaps as well as they were. Tbf I've narrowed my choice down to 2 Zanussi machines and they both have really good reviews. Believe me, when it comes to buying anything like this I'm very particular, I shop around for the very best price, check reviews as best as possible, and I've also looked around and found a voucher for £20 from Curry's which is also where the two I've found are the cheapest price already.
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Zanussi is not a quality brand.
I'm on the lookout for a new machine as my current one is on the way out. It's a Zanussi and I've had it for 11 years which is pretty good going I reckon. Am going to be buying a Zanussi again.
A new one won't be anything like the old - they've ALL got more basic as they've got cheaper in real terms. You may be lucky, you may not with a new one but if you read the reviews you'd probably be better with a BEKO (budget brand with pretty good reviews and reliability over all) or a Bosch (also available at attractive prices these days and similarly OK for reliability).
Besford
Zanussi is not a quality brand.

I'm on the lookout for a new machine as my current one is on the way out. It's a Zanussi and I've had it for 11 years which is pretty good going I reckon. Am going to be buying a Zanussi again.
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Zanussi is not a quality brand.

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LG FH4U2VDN1 9kg Washing Machine, 1400 Spin, A+++, White, Silver Rim, Wash,Linen, LG £429.00 rlrdistribution.co.uk

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Just took delivery of this washing machine, Very happy with the large capacity of 9kg and the turbo wash that completes a cycle in just over an hour. Cheapest price I could find online. As a bonus
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Got this from Currys this morning (...VCN4) with free delivery - £369. The ...VCN4 is for one in silver.
Possible £25 off with GET25 as well
AnonAnonAgain
*price. same thing. bought it last week

:(:(:(:(:(

Showing as collection only at that price, I would have carried it home at this price had I have known lol.
Bought this washing machine from Currys recently for £369.00 with 5 years parts & labour warranty and can highly recommend it....... Absoutely brilliant
*price. same thing. bought it last week
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20% Off (with code) + FREE Delivery on Large Kitchen Appliances + Free Recycling on ALL Indesit / Hotpoint @ Tesco Direct ie Hotpoint First Edition FETV 60C P Tumble Dryer was £219 now £159 with code it's £127.20 del

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Tesco Direct have a promo on of 20% Off Approx 615 Large Kitchen Appliances using code TDX-7FWR PLUS they have an offer on of FREE Delivery on ALL Large Kitchen Appliances which will combine with the
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yup expired now :(
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Ordered the hotpoint tumble dryer in the description, but can't see any mention of recycling on my order receipt?
Price has gone up slightly as well but still a good deal, thanks.
thanks just did a search for "tumble dryers" you've saved me £40 plus on a indesit black which has good reviews. heat added
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does anybody know if anyone makes a slim line condenser dryer, 500mm or 550mm wide. It's seems that such an appliance does not exist.
You'll be limited to the 3KG load models eg the White Knight 38AW. Full size washers/dryers are 60cm as standard.


Edit: just realised you said condenser, not aware of any small ones that aren't vented

Edited By: Jalmar on Aug 15, 2016 20:46
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Bosch WAE24377GB Freestanding Washing Machine, 7kg Load £249.00 @ John Lewis

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Bosch WAE24377GB Freestanding Washing Machine, 7kg Load, A+++ Energy Rating - 2 Year Warranty - 7 KG Load
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iliko
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Get an Elite membership on flubit.com and get it cheaper.
For how much, and what's the guarantee?
True the cheaper price is not guaranteed.
Sorry, I meant what's the guarantee on the product? At JLP it's 2 years.
And answer came there none.
Anon32
jhiltonuk2000
They certainly don't make washers like they used to now on 4th washer in 7yrs. Had Zanussi, Hotpoint, Hoover and currently have whirlpool which had to have a new heating element yesterday. They all seem to break down just outside the warranty period! Now if I was one of these conspiracy theorists.......well just saying.
Because people always want cheap upfront deals! Even this website promotes that! I have a bosch and its just got to 10 years old never had a problem with it! Motor struggled a bit once but just cleaned waste pipe out then went like a dream! Might cost 50% more to begin with but over 10 years you will ultimely spend less! Would recommend Bosch over any other make any time!
Substitute Bosch with any other name and you'll find people with the same story - often repeated on HUKD...
jhiltonuk2000
They certainly don't make washers like they used to now on 4th washer in 7yrs. Had Zanussi, Hotpoint, Hoover and currently have whirlpool which had to have a new heating element yesterday. They all seem to break down just outside the warranty period! Now if I was one of these conspiracy theorists.......well just saying.
Because people always want cheap upfront deals! Even this website promotes that! I have a bosch and its just got to 10 years old never had a problem with it! Motor struggled a bit once but just cleaned waste pipe out then went like a dream! Might cost 50% more to begin with but over 10 years you will ultimely spend less! Would recommend Bosch over any other make any time!
Besford
jhiltonuk2000
They certainly don't make washers like they used to now on 4th washer in 7yrs. Had Zanussi, Hotpoint, Hoover and currently have whirlpool which had to have a new heating element yesterday. They all seem to break down just outside the warranty period! Now if I was one of these conspiracy theorists.......well just saying.
I'm sorry but you've just listed some of the poorest makes out there - you keep making the same mistake I'm afraid.
Try Bosch or BEKO next time you're looking for a budget machine - they're not faultless but Which?, etc. suggest you are likely to get far better service from them than the rubbish you've been buying.


​Cheers Besford I'll keep them in mind when next looking for one.
I was just about to order this and looked up on Which. it scores 53% and not a Best Buy (82% top score) says it does not rinse excess detergent well and is poor, and spin is loud. Pros are 'good cleaning power at 40c synthetics cycle, good spin dry, easy to use. The WAN24100GB comes up as a Best buy for £349 if its Bosch you are after and as a 'brilliant and affordable choice'. Cons, noisy spin and slow cottons cycle. just pointing out as I have had problems with previous machines so want to get it right this time even if I have to pay a bit more. but thanks OP, still a decent price for this brand.
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Zanussi Washing Machine, 8kg Load, A+++ Energy Rating, 1400rpm Spin @ John Lewis £279.00

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Zanussi Washing Machine, 8kg Load, A+++ Energy Rating, 1400rpm Spin - 2 Year Guarantee - 8 KG Load - A+++ - 1400 RPM Spin Great Machine
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​the john Lewis one is cheaper and has a 2 year guarantee. if you need the extra kg then maybe worth a look
We have this machine,great item for the price, quiet & efficient
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Hotpoint Signature Freestanding Washing Machine 9KG, 1600rpm SPIN £279.00 @ John Lewis

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Hotpoint Signature WMSIG9637BC - 9 KG Load - 1600 RPM Spin - A+++ Energy Rating Reduced to clear was £379.00
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Don't waste your money, It'll be landfill within 3 years.!

3 years that pushing it, once the 2 year warranty is out from JL that extra year will cost a fortune.
Don't waste your money, It'll be landfill within 3 years.!
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Bush WMNSN612W 6KG 1200 Spin Washing Machine - £169.99 from Argos

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*** PRICE HAS NOW INCREASED FROM £149.99 TO £169.99 *** ... A friend was looking for a cheap washing machine and found this, he had one of these delivered to local Argos for collection same day.…
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Bought this last week, returned as the dial was not turning and stayed In same place for 2 hrs. Rang customer support he said this is common problem.this was on the first wash.

My mate's is still going strong, he hasn't managed to break it yet.

I'm not exactly sure what the programmer does on his, but I know it does stop for significant lengths of time on the long washes.
Bought this last week, returned as the dial was not turning and stayed In same place for 2 hrs. Rang customer support he said this is common problem.this was on the first wash.
Delivery for me now down to 5 days again :)
Stock of these must be running low now, standard delivery times for me are now 3 weeks plus... but you can still order at this price.
Nice Bush.
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Bosch WAE24377GB 7KG 1200 Spin Washing Machine £234.99 argos

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Let the Bosch WAE24377GB, 7kg washing machine help with the laundry. Its got a fast 1200rpm and uses ActiveWater™ technology where sensors ensure the exact amount of water is used; designed to save wa…
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apmirkin
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neff or siemens usually better
Siemens and Bosch are the same company
I know, but they are not built in the same factory! Which gives a variation on quality.
Neff is part of them too
I have a new Neff gas hob - it was made in Spain - presumably the only 'Neff' part is the badge? Works just fine though. I would have had a near identical BEKO one but it was out of stock; price difference was only around £20.

Lots of opinions in this thread, usually based on samples of one. Meaningless!
Like most consumer goods you can get a bad one from a good company or a good one from a bad company. Some people seem to lack any sort of mechanical sympathy and can break most things but they think the goods are poor. Bosch and BEKO are mid table in most meaningful surveys. You could go for a Miele (better reliability but NOT perfect) but at four times the price I doubt that it's a rational purchase for most.
I suggest that Bosch (and BEKO) are at the 'sweet spot' in the market in terms of value.

Edited By: Besford on Aug 05, 2016 09:11
pavel76
apmirkin
neff or siemens usually better
Siemens and Bosch are the same company
I know, but they are not built in the same factory! Which gives a variation on quality.
Neff is part of them too
Besford
paulandpam1
LOL! I will tell you, Audis are better made than Skodas and people are rightly snobby about brand names and expect the quality from the name. But these big companies seem to be destroying such good names , Panasonic, Blaupunkt, for instance.
How would you feel if you bought a new Mercedes only to find out it was made by in Korea by Ssangyong? Thankfully it hasn't happened yet.
Well, Audi and Skoda are both VW brands and Skoda achieves much higher customer satisfaction than Audi.
That Merc could have been made in various places, including South Africa and USA (neither of which is noted for high quality vehicles). Plenty of BMWs also made in the USA. How many people realise their cute, trendy little FIAT 500 is made in Poland or that their new Jeep is actually a FIAT? Those criminally expensive iPhones are all made in China. The list is endless. Get over your lazy brand snobbery and use some more objective measures of 'quality'.
Ssangyong is not terrible. It's buying the parts whichmakes them a pain.
I own a Kia and thats Korean. I own the 2014 Rio and it scored well for reliability.
Somehow, they did a face update for 2015 and updated some interiors parts and the 2015 version onwards is not good....
However, over in the Philippines, they are super reliable still... depends on the factory.
You are right, Skoda topped Honda this year. Yet Honda had a solid 7 or 8 year run for reliability...
However, I read into the ratings and they reckon that warranties were used against batteries repairs too! However, car batteries are not made by manufacturers. So I dunno why they marked Honda on battery issues when the alternators charger just fine. Thats down to stupid owners not owning trickle chargers and leaving the batteries flat for months...
Worst was Land Rover! Yet the Range Rover costs as much as £72,000 to buy and upwards..
paulandpam1
My 'objective measures of quality' was the reason for my first post.
I bought a well known decent brand named washing machine called Bosch that in previous years were made to a very high standard by German engineers so I wrongly expected it to be a quality item.
When in reality it was a poorly built and badly performing machine made in some budget Eastern Europe factory and not the quality item I was expecting.
My original comment was to take no notice of the brand name and don't expect it to be of the quality expected from such a brand name.
Many people are now being duped because of brand names from years ago and as you say don't realise they are actually buying rebadged tat and that was exactly the point of my first post.
It would be silly to expect hight quality MADE IN GERMANY washing machine for around £200, or not ?... you need to pay at least £500 for proper one - like WAW or WAY series
My 'objective measures of quality' was the reason for my first post.
I bought a well known decent brand named washing machine called Bosch that in previous years were made to a very high standard by German engineers so I wrongly expected it to be a quality item.
When in reality it was a poorly built and badly performing machine made in some budget Asian or Eastern Europe factory and not the quality item I was expecting.
My original comment was to take no notice of the brand name and don't expect it to be of the quality expected from such a brand name.
Many people are now being duped because of brand names from years ago and as you say don't realise they are actually buying rebadged tat and that was exactly the point of my first post.


Edited By: paulandpam1 on Aug 04, 2016 19:57: .

If you're planning to buy a washing machine you'll need to check out the variety of washers on the market and find one that's ideally suited to your needs. A good washing machine will last for years, possibly even decades, so it's wise to consider just how much use you'll get and opt for a machine that will give maximum service without breaking down or needing services.

Washing machine buyers guide

Best Bits About Washers

It's difficult to live in the modern world without a washing machine, once you've experienced just how useful these labour-saving machines are. The ability to wash most items of clothing in a machine that gives brilliant cleaning results is engrained into our expectations and culture, with the best machines providing a wrinkle-free finish to garments so they need very little ironing. You can opt for washing machines with a variety of advanced features, washer dryers so clothes can be dried just as soon as the wash cycle is finished, or energy-efficient washing machines to cut utility costs in the home.

Short History of Washing Machine Inventions

Frontloader freestandingBack in history, washing clothes, bedding and household fabrics involved carrying water from wells, streams or rivers, heating it over a fire, then hand-washing every item individually before wringing out as much water as possible and drying the items. It's hardly surprising that automated washing machines were some of the first household labour-saving devices. The washboard of 1797 was the first mechanical washing device, followed by steam-driven, commercial machines, which were available in the US and the UK from the middle of the 19th century.

Once the electric motor was in commercial production, washing machine inventions and laundrette facilities became city centre features. Twin tub washers, featuring a washing tub and a spinning extractor tub, were the most commonly available washers in the UK and Europe from the 1950s and 1960s onwards. Top-loading washing machines have always been popular in the USA, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and Latin America. Front loading, automatic washing machines became more affordable and popular in the UK from the 1970s onwards, with modern developments in machines focusing on energy-efficient and water conservation.

What Should I Consider Before Ordering a Washing Machine?

Investing in a good washing machine is a wise financial decision for anybody with home, work or family commitments and responsibilities. The ability to wash at any time of day or night and achieve great results every time cannot be over-emphasised. A good quality washing machine will provide a great service for several years. You can pay anything from £200 to over £1,000 for a new washing machine, so it makes sense to check around carefully before ordering. You should expect a minimum of three or four years service from your machine - while good-quality models should last ten years or longer. It's not always the case that the more expensive machines are actually better, either, so do your homework on different brands and models.

Check the Different Types of Washers

You'll discover a range of washing machines on the market, providing you with the look that's right for your kitchen, utility room, or laundry room. The different types of styles include:

  • Freestanding: Typically front loading models, these units are available in a range of styles and price ranges.
  • Integrated: These are freestanding machines that feature a front panel to match the surrounding kitchen units.
  • Semi-Integrated: These are freestanding washing machines and have a kitchen unit front panel covering most of the machine but leaving the controls in view. It's necessary to buy a machine featuring a control panel at the top if you plan to fit a semi-integrated kitchen panel to the front of your machine.

control panelWashing machines tend to be similar heights, so they fit under standard work surfaces, it's the internal dimensions which vary from machine to machine. Buyers receive more choice if they opt for a freestanding washing machine and don't have any requirement for matching kitchen panels. Integrated and semi-integrated washing machines are generally added at the time a new kitchen is fitted. If you're keen on ensuring a completely fitted appearance for your new kitchen, it makes sense to opt for integrated appliances at the same time.

Should I Buy a Top Loading Washing Machine?

Top loading washing machines are popular in the United States, where they tend to be the machines of choice. Here in the UK, there's only a small range of top loading machines on the market. They are taller than most UK machines and won't fit under standard work surfaces. Top loading machines also tend to be narrower than other types of washer. The growth of Internet shopping has opened the UK market for top loading washing machines and it's possible to buy new top loading washers on Amazon and from Co-operative Stores. The benefits of top loaders are that they can be fitted into spaces where it's impossible to fit a front loading machine and it may be possible to add laundry into washes after the washing cycle has begun. Wash cycles on top loading machines tend to be shorter – as such, these machines are a good choice for anybody who’s had problems bending to load typical front loading machines. However, top loading washing machines are not supposed to be as good at cleaning heavily soiled laundry. Washing bedding and quilts may be impossible, as these machines don't have the capacity for such large loads.

Toploader washing machine

Toploader or Frontloader?

What About Washer Dryers?

Washer dryerBuying a washer dryer is ideal if space saving is a priority, however, they're not the best choice for larger families when frequent wash cycles are required. Some washer dryers cannot dry the full washing load, and half the laundry has to be removed from the drum in order to activate the dryer. In any case, a washing machine drum is far smaller than typical drum sizes on freestanding dryers, so if a good dryer is a critical purchase, it’s probably recommended to buy a separate dryer. These machines can be extremely advantageous to singles or smaller families, needing to dry small loads of laundry.

More About Freestanding Washing Machines

The beauty of freestanding washing machines is they can be fitted anywhere, just so long as there is access to the cold water supply, drainage and an electrical plug socket. If you plan to move home, buying a freestanding washer makes it an easy appliance to move and relocate elsewhere. The total capacity of machines can range from 3kg to 12kg, depending upon the drum size. White tends to be the most common colour for washers but more colourful ones have been appearing on the market over recent years. The advantage of freestanding washing machines is that you can find more choices of machine, with a greater variety of programme options and features. It could be said that freestanding washers don't give the neat look to kitchens that modern consumers demand, but most people have become accustomed to the sight of washing machines in kitchens.

About Integrated Washers

Integrated washing machines are an ideal choice for anybody having a complete kitchen refit and upgrade. These machines are fitted behind a full-sized cupboard door and invisible when the cupboard is closed. An integrated washing machine has a recessed lower plinth so the kitchen plinth can be fitted onto its exterior. The drawback of integrated machines is that they need to be retained within a fitted kitchen as they don't have sufficient stability to be freestanding. One great advantage of integrated washers is that noise levels tend to be reduced due to the cupboard door creating a soundproofed environment. If you plan to fit an integrated washer into an existing kitchen, you may need to instruct a plumber to install the machine - some suppliers won't commit to installing, as this makes the costs far more expensive.

Semi-Integrated Washers

It can be difficult to source semi-integrated washing machines in the UK, as there are very few models specifically designed for this. If you're having a kitchen refit, it's a good idea to speak with the suppliers of your new kitchen if you plan to incorporate a semi-integrated washing machine.

Semi-Integrated Washers

Washing Machines and Kitchen Refits

It's often possible to purchase new appliances at the same time as the kitchen refit is planned. You may be able to take advantage of discounted appliances or washing machines at good prices.

What to Look For in New Washing Machines

Most new washers feature cold fill only as this is far more energy-efficient and means that only the water supplied to the machine will be heated. This is particularly important with the new developments in modern machines, some only use around a cup of water to complete a wash cycle. Filling with cold water also makes it easier for the consumer to wash at colder temperatures using biological stain-removing washing powders.

Different brands of washer offer a variety of washing programmes. The available wash cycles correlate to the washing symbol labels on all textile and garment purchases, in order to help consumers make informed decisions about water temperatures and spin cycles. Most modern machines also feature handwash cycles, making it easy to put the most delicate items of clothing into a washing machine with confidence. Economy settings and short wash cycles make it a simple matter to save money and time on all urgent washing tasks and keep up to speed with all the leisure activities and clothing needs of the whole family. Very fragile fabrics needing to drip-dry can also be washed on gentle cycles in the washer, as it's possible to drain all the water from a machine without any necessity for spinning, if programmed in advance. All or some of the above features will be available on new washers on sale in retail outlets or online, so it's essential to check the product descriptions carefully prior to placing any orders.

What is the Best Drum Size for a Washing Machine?

Washing machine drum sizeThe size of drum on the washing machine correlates to the amount of laundry it can hold. A 7kg drum holds 7kg of washing. You can estimate that 1kg of washing would be four male shirts, or a pair of jeans and a man's shirt, or three hand towels and one bath towel. The drum size of any washing machine is one of the most important features to guide any buying decision. Machines with larger drums can cope with bigger loads of washing, sizes begin at 5 kg and go up to around 12 kg. If you're washing for a large family, you may be tempted to buy the machine with one of the largest drum sizes. However, this could be the wrong choice because if you don't fill the drum with washing, it costs more each time you run your machine. Also, a little-known fact is that washing machines work better and break down less often when the drum is filled to capacity on most washing cycles. A recommended drum size for an average family is around 7 kg. A typical 7 kg washing load might consist of two pairs of adult jeans, three pairs of kids’ jeans, four men's shirts, three hand towels, two bath towels and five tea towels.

Spin Speed Information on Washing Machines

Higher specification washers generally offer a variety of spin speeds and spin cycles. If you're opting for a machine which only offers a standard spin cycle, the 1200 or 1400 rpm cycles are best suited for general use. Spin speeds for washers can vary from 1000 rpm up to 1800 rpm, the faster spin speeds are generally found on more expensive brands. The drawback of faster spin speeds is that they are generally more noisy and results are not always better. The spin cycle is designed to extract maximum amounts of water from the laundry, and reviews do show that machines with 1200 rpm or 1400 rpm speeds can be just as efficient at this task.

How to Find Energy Efficient Washing Machines

A washing machine will cost from £12 to £53 annually to run, so it's not a machine that eats up huge amounts of power anyway. The running costs of washers are generally influenced by size of drum. Independent testing of machines by the consumer watchdog "Which" has found that some of the washers with the highest efficiency ratings don't make a particularly wonderful job of cleaning clothes. In this respect, it's very important to buy a machine that has a good overall performance rating.

Washing machine efficiency and performance is graded from A to G, with A-rated washers providing the most economical washes. Since 2013, the laws have changed; in the UK, it's only possible to sell new washing machines that have a rating of A+ or above.

What Happens to My Old Washer?

Most retailers will disconnect your old washing machine and take it for recycling when they deliver your new washer, although some suppliers will charge extra for this service. If your old washing machine still works fine, you could sell it via online marketplaces such as Gumtree or eBay - however, it can be awkward to arrange delivery of heavy and bulky appliances. Of course, most people only tend to buy new washing machines after the old washer has broken or is not providing a good wash, so in these circumstances, the old machine may not be worth anything anyway.

Should I Have My New Washing Machine Connected Upon Delivery?

It is often a good idea to have your new washing machine installed on the moment you get it delivered. Washing machines are quite easy to install if you already have the relevant connections to the water supply. However, your suppliers can unpack the machine and ensure fitted correctly and working properly before leaving your home. It's likely all the packaging materials will be taken away as well, so you won't need to worry about the disposal of cardboard and plastics.

How to Install a Washing Machine?

Do You Need to Buy Washing Machine Cleaners?

It's not necessary to purchase branded washing machine cleaners to keep your washer in good shape, simply running the machine empty will clean it thoroughly. One of the major problems consumers do experience with washing machine blockages is often due to the fact they don't take time to clean out the filters on their machine. Your washing machine handbook will give advice on cleaning the detergent drawers and instructions on removing the filter unit and clearing any build up of fluff and debris. It's a good idea to check the filter on a regular basis, in order to keep your washer running at consistently high levels.

Which are the Top Washing Machine Brands?

Some of the most popular washing machine manufacturers include Hotpoint, Bosch, Beko and Samsung. You can source machines from retailers such as Argos, Currys and the larger branches of Co-operative Stores. Many of these retailers do have online ordering facilities, while other online retailers include Euronics, Tesco and Appliance City. It's a good idea to check out reviews for any washing machines prior to placing an order and to buy from a reputable supplier. If you buy a second-hand washing machine, try to see it operating on a wash cycle before making payment; this way you can check for weird noises and possible leaks or operational defects.

When is the Best Time to Buy a Washing Machine?

It's possible to save money on your washing machine purchase all year round if you hunt for the bargains and discounted deals. If you really want to find the best deals on washing machine purchasers, you can save hundreds of pounds when you shop in February. New Year’s sales bargains are often discounted even more heavily from February onwards, as retailers need to clear out end of season lines to make space for new stock. If you have the ability to time your washing machine purchase for early February, you could pick up one of the top-of-the-range models for the price of a model with much lower specifications.

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