A+++ rated Hotpoint Aqualtis AQ113F497E 11Kg 1400 Spin Washing Machine for £290 after cashback from Co-op (£440 without) some shops charging £600
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A+++ rated Hotpoint Aqualtis AQ113F497E 11Kg 1400 Spin Washing Machine for £290 after cashback from Co-op (£440 without) some shops charging £600

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Found 5th May 2014
Its looking like these are coming back into stock again as they have dropped the price by £4.

Hotpoint Aqualtis AQ113F497E 11Kg 1400 Spin Washing Machine


Free Rapid Delivery available where you pick the day & hour.

Energy Efficiency: A+++
Wash Performance: A
Wash Load (kg): 11.0 kg

Been told its big enough to do kingsized quilts, but dunno how heavy.

Cashback details here

hotpoint.co.uk/cha…540

4% Quidco or 4.2% TCB

There may be a further tenner off for using the Code: WCP33

I dont know anything about washing machines, but it seems the price dropped as the 1600 replaced the 1400.

75 Comments

Posted earlier for cheaper

Banned

I always wished I could have one of these but it would never fit anyway lol

This a standard size externally

jezjc

This a standard size externally

standard size for such a large drum, but wouldn't call it standard as a worktop is generally 600mm deep! I'm in the same boat as previous comment, I would love some of these large capacity machines posted recently but I can't put it under my worktop (few pipes to contend with also)

Okay it is deeper than standard work top, but the facia is meant to project, while the main housing fits pipes and all. Personal taste if you like the look.

The depth is ridiculous. You need work tops overly wide.

My mother bought one of these a while ago, seriously you cannot hear it.. you can hear the odd jeans button hitting the glass but that is it, it is SILENT!
Huge load, can take a ultra king size bed duvet, drains VERY quickly so as soon as the cycle has finished the door is unlocked!
Very easy to use to.. even I can use it! Lol

ciaozammer

Posted earlier for cheaper



Where ?

Tallyho

Where ?



£436 at Currys

alu355

£436 at Currys



How is it cheaper than this when both come out at £290 ?

£436-£150 = 286

Hot price, crap brand, check out the Whitegoods forum for a litany of problems

an extra 5% off for co-op employees or 10% every saturday after payday (every 4th saturday) if you know anyone who works for the co-op

£10 discount with code: WCP33

windta1ker

standard size for such a large drum, but wouldn't call it standard as a … standard size for such a large drum, but wouldn't call it standard as a worktop is generally 600mm deep! I'm in the same boat as previous comment, I would love some of these large capacity machines posted recently but I can't put it under my worktop (few pipes to contend with also)


I do not get the point, still very the same as the very smallest drum size WM. Maybe at worse a couple of inches deeper but I do not see how it can affect space at all or even the looking of the kitchen

I've got one at Xmas, it does stick out a little compared to standard size but looks good. And it's a fantastic machine.

An extended warranty is a must, Hotpoint normally score low in any consumer polls, do like the look of it though.

Our 1st Hotpoint washing machine was bought 1986, replaced after 1st breakdown in 2002, 2nd Hotpoint machine needed £150 1st repair in 2011, decided to replace as 9 years old and £304 for a new one.....this one has broken down 3 times in 3 years, bearings 1st, then twice electronic circuit board problems. Only 90 day warranty on repairs. Parts covered for 5 years but £120 call out......£240 was enough and I've chucked it out. After 28 years of Hotpoint we've bought a Bosch. Hotpoint is part of the Indesit group now and reliability has gone by the looks of it. Don't buy a warranty... put the £16 a month in a savings account and if it lasts more than 2 years you can buy a new one if it breaks down.

bobo53

I do not get the point, still very the same as the very smallest drum … I do not get the point, still very the same as the very smallest drum size WM. Maybe at worse a couple of inches deeper but I do not see how it can affect space at all or even the looking of the kitchen



I have 622mm deep work tops in my kitchen, I measured it for this machine recently and it would of stuck out by an inch at leasy. That's not a bit of fascia, but some of the side of the machine too.

Most machines are only 550mm or so deep normally.

I posted a few weeks ago, currys £436, with O2 moments £20 off and hotpoint £150 cash back, made it £266 search my list!!

Weird sometimes how this hit 715 hot when my cheaper find only hit 330 hot.

any good deals on washer dryers?

Original Poster

If you're not on O2 the cashback & voucher make this cheaper, & its delivery within a specific hour, with co-op points to members (which is free to join) and warranty options at massively better prices, is probably why this is going higher.

Generally people prefer the Co-op (which is owned by its members) over the Dixons bunch.

bobo53

I do not get the point, still very the same as the very smallest drum … I do not get the point, still very the same as the very smallest drum size WM. Maybe at worse a couple of inches deeper but I do not see how it can affect space at all or even the looking of the kitchen

lol the point is this can't be called standard size! I was just saying so people would double check dimensions, this unit will stick out about 60mm where I need it to go, that's too much for me

I got this a couple months ago, its a really good machine. Very quite and the drum size is big enough to do one wash a week

Highly recommend!!!!

ibiza

If you're not on O2 the cashback & voucher make this cheaper, & its … If you're not on O2 the cashback & voucher make this cheaper, & its delivery within a specific hour, with co-op points to members (which is free to join) and warranty options at massively better prices, is probably why this is going higher.Generally people prefer the Co-op (which is owned by its members) over the Dixons bunch.

. True and fair, my original post did show TCB 2.1% but then it was trumped by the O2 voucher. Also concerned about this co op thing, are they breaking it up or is it going under. Had a co op bank account which has now been closed, the local council has changed all it's payment and accounts from co op to tsb.

Hi, I don't currently have a washing machine, can I still get the £150 cash back?

The title is misleading, fails to mention a trade-in.

I bought this machine last week whilst down to £450 at Very (has now gone up in price, however 12 months credit was decider for me). It does stick out a bit further than our old one, however is quiet on spin cycle and seems to give a good wash. It is hinged on the right unlike most. 30 mins ecocycle is great for freshen up. Just waiting for my cashback claim to be approved which can all be submitted online. You don't actually have to trade in - at no time has our old machine been collected/requested
Edited by: "sherry4283" 6th May 2014

scotia2

The title is misleading, fails to mention a trade-in.



Do you only get the cash back if you trade-in then?

cash back is not for a trade in per say you fill in a form from hotpoint and prove purchase. got ours from AO and they took machine away for nowts. the trade your washing machine for a hotpoint is a gimmick on the words not actually needing to give hotpoint your old machine. we got this model for roughly £10 more than this so it is a hot deal.

Original Poster

scotia2

The title is misleading, fails to mention a trade-in.




Your comment is misleading, fails to mention no trade-in.
Edited by: "ibiza" 6th May 2014

ibiza

Your comment is misleading, fails to mention no trade-in.



Thanks

I don't buy Hot point any more well the washers. I bought a rather expensive one 450 wasn't used an awful lot within 3 mths broken !! then 2 mths later broken! then again within a 6 mth period this washing machine had broken 3 times. So I sold it and bought a Bosch.. the repair man told me that they were no good and their name had been bought and the parts they were using were cheap and no reliable. they also said they dont replace any products and just repair and repair them if their under warranty.. He said its awful working for them but he said the other products are fine. I must admit I bought a bosh dishwasher but ill be honest it wasnt as good as my Hotpoint one I sold. I changed the colour when I changed my washer. I'd buy a hotpoint dishwasher again but not a washing machine I was fairly annoyed at the amount if times a new machine broke down! Think its a con really just so youll buy the warranty and they still put rubbish replacement parts in it so it will brake down again false economy! So I wouldnt buy again if they were giving it free!! I always bought Hotpoint never any other make but not now sadly! Well on the washing machine side of things!

The Aqualtis sounds like something Mark from Peep Show would buy and talk about by name constantly, until Super Hans breaks it by putting crack in the detergent drawer.
Edited by: "Aradria" 6th May 2014

ciaozammer

£436-£150 = 286



Co-op is £430 less £150 so Currys aren't cheaper at all.

Super silent, bearings sh-t and concrete cracks on the bottom counter balance. Repaired loads lol

sumatra61

Super silent, bearings sh-t and concrete cracks on the bottom counter … Super silent, bearings sh-t and concrete cracks on the bottom counter balance. Repaired loads lol



Why people still buy these or any of the parent company brands is beyond me, do people not research before they made a big purchase, in a day and age where everyone can see how poor a brand is you would have thought a company would do all it could to make sure their items didn't break every few months.

It's a crap machine. Got the dryer version and it makes a squeaking noise when it increases in speed. Silent though until spin. Customer service is rubbish too.

I pretty much have a hotpoint kitchen, my aquarius washing machine and tumble rock and I recommend them Thanks OP x
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