AEG Prosense L6FBI842N 8kg 1400 Spin Washing Machine £334 + FREE connection AND removal (£50 value) - plus more in OP @ Co-op Electrical
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AEG Prosense L6FBI842N 8kg 1400 Spin Washing Machine £334 + FREE connection AND removal (£50 value) - plus more in OP @ Co-op Electrical

£334£449.9926%Co-op Electrical Deals
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Refreshed 25th May (Posted 17th May)
I’ve been looking for a quality branded washer and found this today use code CMD15 to get it for £334! Also you can opt for free connection and removal of your old machine ( thanks dandare00)



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They also have an offer on an 8kg Miele washing machine, if you wanted something more high end


Miele 8kg WKB130 1600 Spin Washing Machine A+++ £599 delivered with code CK50


  • 8KG washing load
  • Spin speed 1600RPM
  • A+++ Energy Efficiency
  • A wash performance
  • A spin performance
  • 2 Year Warranty
  • Free connection and removal of your old machine


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There are also a couple of offers on home appliances


Zanussi ZFG06400WA 50cm Under Counter Freezer A+ £99 (£4.99 delivery)


  • At just 50cm tall, this 70 litre freezer will fit under any standard work surface
  • Spread your food out in the 3 freezer compartments including 2 drawers and 1 fold down compartment
  • Removable transparent drawers for easy cleaning
  • Energy efficient freezer with an A+ rating



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Hotpoint MWH2422 24 litre Microwave and Grill £59.99 delivered

  • Large 24 litre capacity 750 watt microwave oven with 800 watt grill
  • 11 cooking programmes including auto cook and auto defrost
  • Easy to use touch control buttons and 6 power levels for varied cooking
  • Save your favourite cooking programmes with the memory function for quick and easy heating

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Just be aware that AEG is not the premium German brand it once was, the old company went out of business and the brand name was bought by Electrolux so this is just a re-branded Electrolux.
Nicolas12 m ago

This or lg


In general, go with LG. AEG are effectively cosmetically posher Zanussi/Electrolux washing machines.

There is no German DNA left in any of the AEG appliances.
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Tiptop spot, these flew out the door at currys last year with a code for about £300, this is the lowest this has been since then, so fab if you want a really decent triple A+ rated, uses a drip of electric & water per wash machine!!!


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Just be aware that AEG is not the premium German brand it once was, the old company went out of business and the brand name was bought by Electrolux so this is just a re-branded Electrolux.
Good price for what appears to be a good washing machine from the same stable as Zanussi.

The warranty is 2 years
Edited by: "fiqqer" 17th May
The L6FBG842R which looks very similar was a Which best buy.
On a side note, do any manufacturers still sell washing machines that use Hot & Cold water. Older machines used to have a Hot and Cold fill hoses. Generally its cheaper to use gas to warm up the water. Or your immersion heaeter may have half a tank of preheated water thats going to go to waste. Makes sense to use externally heated water in these cases.

The last machine we bought just has Cold Fill.
tmohammad17 m ago

On a side note, do any manufacturers still sell washing machines that use …On a side note, do any manufacturers still sell washing machines that use Hot & Cold water. Older machines used to have a Hot and Cold fill hoses. Generally its cheaper to use gas to warm up the water. Or your immersion heaeter may have half a tank of preheated water thats going to go to waste. Makes sense to use externally heated water in these cases. The last machine we bought just has Cold Fill.


Doing that means you waste all the hot water in the pipes that doesn't reach the machine, that's why all machines now are cold fill only.
No matter how efficient your means of heatinf the water, the waste in getting it to the machine outweighs any benefit. This way, the machine only heats what it needs.
Makes sense, BUT what if you already have half an immersion full of hot water! Surely its better to use that?
This is a good deal:

markselectrical.co.uk/L8F…tml

£599 less 10% = £539.10. Plus £75 cashback = £464.10. It's 2 model ranges up (8000 over 6000) and you get the 5 year warranty.
tmohammad2 m ago

Makes sense, BUT what if you already have half an immersion full of hot …Makes sense, BUT what if you already have half an immersion full of hot water! Surely its better to use that?


Given that an immersion heater uses electricity to heat the water, then heating it via electricity in the machine itself will always be more efficient. Fewer and fewer people have immersion heaters nowadays, and the cost to engineer that facility into a machine, that again, fewer and fewer people will use outwieghs any benefit for all but a small number of people.
If you really want to use that water, nothing stopping you plumbing your hot water pipe to the cold fill inlet.
This or lg
this is over £100 less than the JL equivalent which is more or less the same machine
johnlewis.com/joh…272
Which LG model?
and don’t forget 8% Cashback on purchase from Mark’s electrical
Nicolas12 m ago

This or lg


In general, go with LG. AEG are effectively cosmetically posher Zanussi/Electrolux washing machines.

There is no German DNA left in any of the AEG appliances.
I wouldn’t buy any non LG or Samsung brand without 5 years warranty included in the price !
Rob.Stewart47 m ago

This is a good …This is a good deal:https://markselectrical.co.uk/L8FEC846R_AEG-Washing-Machine.html£599 less 10% = £539.10. Plus £75 cashback = £464.10. It's 2 model ranges up (8000 over 6000) and you get the 5 year warranty.



For this price you can get a Samsung ecobubble with 5 year warranty tbh
tmohammad1 h, 24 m ago

On a side note, do any manufacturers still sell washing machines that use …On a side note, do any manufacturers still sell washing machines that use Hot & Cold water. Older machines used to have a Hot and Cold fill hoses. Generally its cheaper to use gas to warm up the water. Or your immersion heaeter may have half a tank of preheated water thats going to go to waste. Makes sense to use externally heated water in these cases. The last machine we bought just has Cold Fill.


All new machines that I am aware of do NOT have a hot filling valve only a single cold fill. If you consider your average combi boiler would take say 15 seconds to get the water hot, by which time the drum would be almost half full anyway of cold water. Plus manufacturers probably looked at the cost of the extra valve and considered it a way to reduce costs.
Edited by: "neilcaldwell" 17th May
tmohammad1 h, 41 m ago

On a side note, do any manufacturers still sell washing machines that use …On a side note, do any manufacturers still sell washing machines that use Hot & Cold water. Older machines used to have a Hot and Cold fill hoses. Generally its cheaper to use gas to warm up the water. Or your immersion heaeter may have half a tank of preheated water thats going to go to waste. Makes sense to use externally heated water in these cases. The last machine we bought just has Cold Fill.



I haven't seen any, and it is not just people with gas, but also people with solar hot water that would save money. There's also the extra maintenance cost of replacing heating elements when they fail in a cold water only machine - I had to replace the element twice in my cold fill Zanussi in about an eight year period (it is the only thing that's failed), but never had to replace an element once in all my previous hot+cold fill machines, because they are used so much less. With modern electronics the machine could mix the supply water to the right temperature at the start of the wash so would use the element even less.

The main excuse I've seen for not having a hot fill was that very little or no hot water would be used as the tub would be full before the cold water in the pipes had been used up, but that certainly wasn't the case in my house.

It wouldn't take much or add anything to the cost to engineer a machine so that it could still be supplied as cold fill only to cut manufacturing cost by a few quid as they are now, and to sell a hot fill kit with an extra hose and solenoid valve, so the buyer just punches out a knock out in the back, installs the valve and the programmer would electrically detect the hot solenoid and use the hot water supply.

I have seen a device you connect between the hot + cold supply and the washing machine, it was basically a simple timer operated valve. You press a button on it before starting the wash and it supplied hot water to the machine, then switched to cold in time for the rinse cycles. It was a bit overpriced, I had thought about making one for myself that would detect the machine starting up and operate automatically.
Edited by: "melted" 17th May
tmohammad1 h, 20 m ago

Makes sense, BUT what if you already have half an immersion full of hot …Makes sense, BUT what if you already have half an immersion full of hot water! Surely its better to use that?


It seems regardless of the theory about hot water not reaching the WM in time there is demand for this - Ebac have started production of the first UK manufactured washing machine in a number of years and include hot-fill options on some of their appliances:
ebac.com/was…ler


They also offer a 10 year warranty (5 years parts+ labour; 5 years parts) on some of their appliances... not cheap but a much greener decision to buy stuff that lasts!


For a review of the 'does hot fill make a difference' - ukwhitegoods.co.uk/hel…ime
and
ukwhitegoods.co.uk/hel…ain

Perhaps it might just be worth doing if your immersion tank is literally next to the WM? Anyway....
Edited by: "piblet" 17th May
poppycock49 m ago

For this price you can get a Samsung ecobubble with 5 year warranty tbh



Have you seen the Samsung reliability reviews?!
poppycock53 m ago

For this price you can get a Samsung ecobubble with 5 year warranty tbh


where please?
Nicolas2 h, 16 m ago

This or lg

I bought the LG this week as it has a 5year warranty.

Looks wise they are very similar. The LG gets very similar reviews so customers seem to be equally happy with either. The LG I bought cost £380 so cost more but has a 5 year warranty which would cost over £100 if you bought it seperately.

However If I had seen this I may well have gone for it:

sonicdirect.co.uk/pro…inQ
Edited by: "fiqqer" 17th May
bilbob2 h, 20 m ago

.......If you really want to use that water, nothing stopping you plumbing ….......If you really want to use that water, nothing stopping you plumbing your hot water pipe to the cold fill inlet.


And rinse with hot water.... NO THANKS! I'm trying to save money!
Edited by: "tmohammad" 17th May
mjc201055 m ago

where please?



The Samsung ecobubble is likely to experience problems in 6 years time due to the metals used on the drum. Metal fatigue will set in in approximately 6 years time irrespective on its use or how well it is used, so although it is a good machine the likelyhood is it will not last long.

There are so many people with similar problems and there are lots of different posts showing the problem: washerhelp.co.uk/for…um/
Edited by: "fiqqer" 17th May
fiqqer4 m ago

The Samsung ecobubble is likely to experience problems in 6 years time due …The Samsung ecobubble is likely to experience problems in 6 years time due to the metals used on the drum. Metal fatigue will set in in approximately 6 years time irrespective on its use or how well it is used, so although it is a good machine the likelyhood it will not last long.


Thanks, I've already bought the AEG, i was just trying to validate the throwaway comment that you can currently find a Samsung Ecobubble with 5 year guarantee for this price, as i cant find one
mjc20108 m ago

Thanks, I've already bought the AEG, i was just trying to validate the …Thanks, I've already bought the AEG, i was just trying to validate the throwaway comment that you can currently find a Samsung Ecobubble with 5 year guarantee for this price, as i cant find one



£400 is the cheapest 8kg Ecobbubble. If it was reliable it would be worth it for the extra warranty, but it is not, and the warranty is worthless if it is built to only last 6 years.
Sorry the price comment was for AEG priced at £469 at Mark’s electricals someone made reference to.
This one obviously no comparison to Eco bubble
LG model (above link) from Sonicdirect seems to be the best choice in this price range with 5 year warranty included. I think I will go with LG but trying to buy bundle combining with a dryer
Got myself a Samsung washer dryer for £580 last month. I regret it as you can't increase the spin to 1400 on a 15 min wash, a sock always get stuck by the door and the worst is that you can only put a small amount of softener in the drawer therefore the clothes do not soften enough or smell nice. My old 10 year Hotpoint was great.
banjax3 h, 12 m ago

In general, go with LG. AEG are effectively cosmetically posher …In general, go with LG. AEG are effectively cosmetically posher Zanussi/Electrolux washing machines.There is no German DNA left in any of the AEG appliances.


Had an LG for 6 years and still going strong.Would buy another everytime theve been superb.
Cremoso996 h, 19 m ago

Just be aware that AEG is not the premium German brand it once was, the …Just be aware that AEG is not the premium German brand it once was, the old company went out of business and the brand name was bought by Electrolux so this is just a re-branded Electrolux.


...and may God help you if you need it repairing, The Serviceforce network is much less competent than any company I have met before... including British gas and a host of other old favourites! :-(
themachman5 h, 21 m ago

this is over £100 less than the JL equivalent which is more or less the …this is over £100 less than the JL equivalent which is more or less the same machinehttps://www.johnlewis.com/john-lewis-jlwm1427-washing-machine-8kg-load-a-energy-rating-1400rpm-spin-white/p3334272


With a year less warranty; at least JL MIGHT help you get it repaired or compensate you when they don't!
piblet8 h, 35 m ago

For a review of the 'does hot fill make a difference' - …For a review of the 'does hot fill make a difference' - http://www.ukwhitegoods.co.uk/help/buying-advice/washing-machine/2814-buying-help-why-hot-fill-is-a-waste-of-timeandhttp://www.ukwhitegoods.co.uk/help/buying-advice/washing-machine/2965-hot-water-fill-for-washing-machines-againPerhaps it might just be worth doing if your immersion tank is literally next to the WM? Anyway....



I did my own testing when I had a hot + cold fill machine and it definitely saved a fair amount of electricity. Sure I would have used more gas, but heating by gas is much cheaper even now, so I'd have to disagree with that article.


I have a longer than average run of pipework to my machine ever since relocating it, so before starting the machine, I used to run the hot water tap in the kitchen until it got warm. I'm not on a water meter and would need to do that if I want warm water to wash my hands anyway. Following that article's logic, I should scrap my hot water cylinder an install an instant electric heater under the sink for washing hands and possibly for showers too.

If my old machine had been smarter and was able to check the temperature of the incoming water it would have drawn off the cold water in the hot pipe, instead of doing an initial cold fill (which it did to avoid over heating the washing in the drum), then running off the cold water at the tap would not have been necessary.

If I ever install solar hot water, I'd be seriously tempted to plumb in a hot water return pipe back to the hot water cylinder to circulate the hot water to the taps so it is instantly hot at the taps, and use a motorised valve to shut if off when the sun isn't shining, which would eliminate that issue completely.

While a modern machine probably uses a little less water during the hot part of the cycle, I think a significant proportion of the water savings made by modern machines is actually during the cold water part of the cycle, by having fewer rinses and less rinse water, so I think their claim about that is exaggerated too.
Edited by: "melted" 17th May
After days & hours of research, it was like Tripadvisor for appliances! and needing all new appliances for a new kitchen I opted for BEKO integrated washing machine & dishwasher from AO, Peoples reviews on these were far better than the big brands. They look very good quality & well made. Just the right amount of features & programs, and of course a cracking price of £578 for both. I also bought a Samsung fridge freezer, AEG induction hob, Bosch double fan oven & an Elica cooker integrated extractor. All great price offers mostly from John Lewis. I’m looking forward to using them when the kitchen is finished. The BEKO dishwasher has a top rack pull out cutlery tray as well as a basket in the lower and a tiny red light projected on the floor so you know it’s running as it’s apparently very quiet, my total spend on all of them is £1733 for 6 fairlytop end appliances. Now off to read all the instructions!
Just ordered. Got £6.88 from Quidco and not sure if it’s been mentioned previously, but they install and take away your old machine FOC.
dandare0018 m ago

Just ordered. Got £6.88 from Quidco and not sure if it’s been mentioned pr …Just ordered. Got £6.88 from Quidco and not sure if it’s been mentioned previously, but they install and take away your old machine FOC.


Thanks for spotting that, deal amended to include
Hi guys, can anyone confirm if this has a child safety lock?

Thanks!
DubDriver41 m ago

I went to AEG’s website for this machine, downloaded the manual, it d …I went to AEG’s website for this machine, downloaded the manual, it does.https://www.electrolux-ui.com/DocumentDownLoad.aspx?DocURL=2017%5C192%5C946800umEN.pdf


Thanks for the effort! I saw that but couldn't see a specific instruction on how to set it, so started to wonder if it's one of those obstruction manuals that covers several models.

More likely I'm being an idiot tho...
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