AEG L75480WD Washer Dryer £609.00 delivered @John Lewis with £70 cashback & 5 year guarantee (Which Best Buy 2012)
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AEG L75480WD Washer Dryer £609.00 delivered @John Lewis with £70 cashback & 5 year guarantee (Which Best Buy 2012)

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Found 12th Jul 2013
8kg Wash/6kg Dry Load, B Energy rating, 1400rpm Spin, White - won the Which Best Buy award in 2012

Comes with a 5 year guarantee & £70.00 AEG cashback*

We bought one last year and I can recommend it highly.

(*offer ends 31st August).

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Folk voting cold because they cant afford it themselves? quality brand that will work out cheaper over its lifetime than 3 cheap ones.

Does the guarantee cover parts and labour?

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simont_space

Folk voting cold because they cant afford it themselves? quality brand … Folk voting cold because they cant afford it themselves? quality brand that will work out cheaper over its lifetime than 3 cheap ones.



Totally agree. We battled away with our old Indesit for about 5 years, throwing good money at bad extending the warranty after a number of failures. If you have a family then investing a little extra in a quality brand is well worth the investment in my experience. The 5 year warranty ensures piece of mind also.

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black knight

Does the guarantee cover parts and labour?



I believe so, it did when we took up the similar offer late last year (and that was the same 3 year extension option as this one)

simont_space

Folk voting cold because they cant afford it themselves? quality brand … Folk voting cold because they cant afford it themselves? quality brand that will work out cheaper over its lifetime than 3 cheap ones.




Was a quality brand, until it was taken over by the Electrolux Group, now it is at best mediocre. I doubt that this will last any longer than a Beko.

Inactive

Was a quality brand, until it was taken over by the Electrolux Group, now … Was a quality brand, until it was taken over by the Electrolux Group, now it is at best mediocre. I doubt that this will last any longer than a Beko.



I almost agree, but I think it might be just a bit better than a Beko (_;)

Companies buy these old brand names for the sole purpose of living off their previous reputation, then selling standard products with the badge of what was previously, a quality rated manufacturer, stuck on it , and this thread proves that some people are still gullible enough to fall for it.



Edited by: "giltbrook" 12th Jul 2013

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giltbrook

I almost agree, but I think it might be just a bit better than a Beko … I almost agree, but I think it might be just a bit better than a Beko (_;)Companies buy these old brand names for the sole purpose of living off their previous reputation, then selling standard products with the badge of what was a previously quality rated manufacturer stuck on it , and this thread proves that some people are still gullible enough to fall for it.




Falling for a Which Best Buy awarded product with a 5 year guarantee isn't gullable in my language. If a noisy sub £300 Beko (or similar) with a one year guarantee is your preference then that is your perogative - each to their own.

Of course, " Which " is completely unbiased.. oO

Paying over £600 for a mediocre washing machine that is living off of it's historic branding is gullible, in my book.

£600 would buy 2 good quality washing machines each having 5 years guarantee. I rather do this than assume this model would give 10 years good service.

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Inactive

Of course, " Which " is completely unbiased.. oOPaying over £600 for a … Of course, " Which " is completely unbiased.. oOPaying over £600 for a mediocre washing machine that is living off of it's historic branding is gullible, in my book.



Oh dear - this thread is developing in to a school playground squabble. As an owner of one of these I fully endorse it as a decent quality product and if the post helps anybody out then its been worth while.

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BeerGoggles

£600 would buy 2 good quality washing machines each having 5 years … £600 would buy 2 good quality washing machines each having 5 years guarantee. I rather do this than assume this model would give 10 years good service.



Uhm - this is actually for a washer dryer oO

lord_trumpington

Oh dear - this thread is developing in to a school playground squabble. … Oh dear - this thread is developing in to a school playground squabble. As an owner of one of these I fully endorse it as a decent quality product and if the post helps anybody out then its been worth while.




Not at all, I am only giving my opinion, supported by the fact that AEG is now only a badge used by Electrolux, not a real brand any more.



You have only owned it for a short while, so you are hardly qualified to give it an endorsement.

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Inactive

Not at all, I am only giving my opinion, supported by the fact that AEG … Not at all, I am only giving my opinion, supported by the fact that AEG is now only a badge used by Electrolux, not a real brand any more.You have only owned it for a short while, so you are hardly qualified to give it an endorsement.



Lol - and you consider yourself to be better placed to critique the product as a non owner I suppose? I get the impression that you are one of these **** types that also consider Audi's to be VW's with four circles on the front grill.....

Not at all, I also do not trust the findings of Which, I have no interest in VW or Audi products, but I suspect that under the skin, there is little difference in them.

Any way, enjoy your Electrolux, AEG, Zanussi, Frigidaire, or whatever badge washer/dryer.(_;)

Almost all the companies have a hidden charge as " Call Out" for around 80 pounds which the customer need to pay, unless if its a major fault on which this "Call Out" charge will be waived.
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