I thought I would try and get the extended 5 year warranty but it does state no graded products included, but low and behold I have had confirmation and acceptance of the 5 year warranty happy days for £419 :)
2 years yes unfortunately not the 5 what came with new machines though :)
Did grade A come with full warranty please?
Keep your eye on Kensington appliances I bought a grade a £419 del with a small mark on the side apart from that it's new
NewLife Appliances knock it out new at £505. Not sure if that includes delivery.
Seems to have been an incorrect price on a quality item... that says glitch to me?!
Easy tiger, I was trying to help the community
You have no idea what a glitch is, learn the language!
I just bought this a two weeks ago for £300 from currys. Looks nice but I think £100 would of been nicer :)
damn AO was in the middle of price matching for me when their site crashed
fixed! Miele W5740 4 year old sabotage with a toilet roll..... "The actual water outlet pipes from the drump to the pump to the drain hose were clear, but there is another pipe connected to the filter/pump housing on this washer. It goes from the top front left corner of the filter housing up the left hand side of the machine to a Y shaped junction on the left of the soap dispenser drawer. This pipe was full of crud - hair, soap scum, etc, etc. and pretty much blocked" http://www.washerhelp.co.uk/forums/topic/1545-miele-w5872-injecting-water-during-spin-cycle/ Method: You remove the lid, 4 T20 Torx ( 2 back 2 sides under covers) Unfasten the left side, 8 T20and coax and bend the panel out 45 degrees. Unclip the ends of the small Y pipe, tab and turn one end, pliers clip the other. Flush out the macerated toilet roll and miscellaneous grub. Clean the gunk off everything you can see. Put it all back. It sounds normal now and is emptying and glugging nicely. Having removed the cover a few times now I could do it in 40 minutes. Call it just over an hour for the uninitiated.
I just called them to order by phone and they told me this is a show room model and shouldn't be on the system. Basically is a mistake.
I do. Mine's the same. Stopped draining after six years and it's not a straightforward decision to spend £300 mending a six year old machine. Tried a DIY pump replacement but it's still not right. Although I still consider Miele to be the best make, I'm not sure I would buy another.
Same here it will not let you add it to your cart. :(
Really wanted this but doesn't add to my cart.
How do you get the code I am pressing on the get deal but can't find code?
my plates would end up smashed in that thing!
Sorry first post ... It's a washing machine
Maybe put Dishwasher in the title?
The whole DB thing is a joke, I first bought a rangemaster one to match our cooker and the DV said 53, it was insanely loud so sent it back to AO, we were going to buy the Hotpoint silent range which was around £800 at the time but they recommended the Samsung, in real life use they said it's the quietest out of the lot. I am a big fan of bosch and I am sure there's is just as good. If that's what you like then go for it. This is the one we ended up with http://ao.com/pla/HC9347BG-Samsung-Chimney-Cooker-Hood-Stainless-Steel-15475.aspx?&WT.z_PT=MDA&WT.z_AT=cooker%20hood&WT.z_MT=Search&WT.z_RTM=PLA&WT.z_MAT=Samsung&WT.z_DT=c&WT.z_FT=Built%20In&WT.z_PC=HC9347BG_SS&WT.srch=1&wt.z_ag=type%20generic&wt.z_kw=rest&wt.z_cn=MDA%20-%20Cooker%20Hoods%20-%20Gen&gclid=CO2r9YartckCFVWdGwodpo8O2Q
I quite like the design of this. Plus it is quiet too. Only 55db. What's the Samsung db?
I am hugely impressed with the Samsung 90cm one that AO sell, was about £230. it's the quietest hood I've ever seen. just another option for you
we have had a Baumatic oven for over 7 years, never had a single problem.
Noticed that. Its as if the pitch was written by an 11 year old, desperate for reasons why you should buy it.
From the blurb: Add? How? - & why on earth would anyone wash their dirty laundry in a kitchen anyway? Urgh!
Except the Bosch of yesteryear and the Bosch of today are not the same. You simply don't have the required info to know how long a Bosch will last when you purchase it today. So no you are incorrect the only safe option is to make sure you get a long parts and labour guarantee. There are plenty of people complaining about buying unreliable Bosch washing machines on this forum who were advised to buy it as a quality washing machine. The reality is every brand fails even 1 in 10 of Miele and likely even more Bosch nowadays. From the best and the worst brands of washing machines is probably a range of something like 1 in 10 to 3 in 10 failures, it's not like every decent brand never fails and cheap brands always do. There are horrible nasty chinese washing machines that will last for many years and Miele's that will fail shortly after delivery. It's all about probabilities. That is the real world.
No, the best approach is to do the research and find a reliable product. A long warranty means you just avoid paying (directly) for failures. You still have the hassle of it failing, waiting in for the repair technician to arrive etc. It's much better to have one that doesn't fail. When I bought my Bosch 11 years ago, the Which magazine in the local library stated 95% of that model require no repairs in the first 6 years. Mine has required zero repairs in 11 years, which is exactly how it should be with a quality appliance.
Pricing mistake fixed. Now back to £549.89.
Just called them. They have big pricing mistakes so many are being taken down whilst they sort it all out.
no wifi/USB 3.0.
£799.99 at John Lewis £698.98 at Appliances Direct - unsure why cold?? Seems a steal to me if you are in the market for a good quality dishwasher HOT
I've had mine for 8 years and it's great
Pricing error. Now back to £369.99.
Just called them about another product and they have serious issues with a batch of pricing mistakes at the moment just in the process of correcting. If you go to order, might worth a call first to check the price.
Thanks for the feedback. After an integrated dishwasher but this appears not to be it!
We have the non-integrated model and I agree, they do not dry. The draw configuration is also poor, especially compared to my in-laws hover and a friends. The height adjustable top draw is a nice feature though and the best was we have found it the 60min.
Must say gogboy i never noticed that, was so happy with my bargain it must of given me tunnel vision lol.
We looked at this a few weeks ago (same price), I think the title should make it clear that it's only free delivery for certain areas, not all. Example surcharge of £49 for us! We are up in Scotland but I priced up Middlesbrough for arguments sake and even that was £25 surcharge, maybe to pay for the stolen hubcaps while passing through. Not so cheap then..as it can be had from other retailers for a similar price is memory serves me correct
lmao - who does think of these brand names?
Siemen and smeg in the same thread. Classic, to us 9 yr olds, anyway :)