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LG FH4U2TDH1N DirectDrive 8kg Wash 5kg Dry 1400rpm Freestanding Washer Dryer-White - £489.97 @ Appliances Direct
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LG FH4U2TDH1N DirectDrive 8kg Wash 5kg Dry 1400rpm Freestanding Washer Dryer-white. Everywhere else is at least £799 from what I can see. AO just price matched Appliances Direct a… Read more

Just what I'm looking for , cheers Buddy

Original Poster

I really wanted the Samsung grey colour it looks amazing. But this does everything I need, I can now even do my clothes that need dry cleaning as this does same thing with the stream option. Will update when it gets here Wednesday, they said I could get it delivered anytime from Monday.

Heat from me.

Just what i need, but i want a silver one.

BargainBros29 s ago

You know its Christmas when a washing machine deal gets posted!!!!


Great machone by the way, good find!!

You know its Christmas when a washing machine deal gets posted!!!!
electriQ 55" 4K Ultra HD OLED TV with HDR 10 - £1,199 @ Appliances Direct
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So, an OLED 55' with HDR 10 for less than £1200? Crazy right? Must be dreadful I hear you say... but hear me out! I emailed electricQ's tech support and they confirmed that this i… Read more

All the LG OLED from this year are the same panel, just presented differently (upgraded audio, on glass display or wallpaper) there's no difference in picture at all.
The C7 is a Currys/PC World exclusive.

C7 isn't curved it is simply a different stand and dark grey bezel. All 2017 LG OLED's perform the same as they have the same panel and same processing chip. LG don't sell curved TV's anymore ...

BirchieBirch2 h, 11 m ago

C7 is curved, I believe.

I'll pop into Currys and have a look. Not sure if I want curved ...

DQ11111116th Nov

I've seen the c7 model up for grabs on currys/pc world site for 1,699. …I've seen the c7 model up for grabs on currys/pc world site for 1,699. What's the difference between b7 and c7? Isn't the c7 newest model? Or should I opt for b7 in the near future?


C7 is curved, I believe.

DQ11111118 h, 58 m ago

I've seen the c7 model up for grabs on currys/pc world site for 1,699. …I've seen the c7 model up for grabs on currys/pc world site for 1,699. What's the difference between b7 and c7? Isn't the c7 newest model? Or should I opt for b7 in the near future?


The 7 is this years model, 6 was last years. B and C use the same panel.
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electriQ 65” 4K tv with Freeview HD and Freeview Play - £719.97 @ Appliances Direct
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Found 29th OctFound 29th Oct
It’s reduced from £879.97 to £719.97. The review on few website as well as this website seem OK too. only a 50hz refresh rate TV but I thought might worth pointing out for someone … Read more

dkl_uk1 h, 19 m ago

I thought I'd thank you for all the effort you went to with your …I thought I'd thank you for all the effort you went to with your marvellous CAD image, but I'm afraid I have no faith in my own skills or the legitimacy of appointing two pieces of wood to hold my 30kg TV up


Why thank you and you are more than welcome.

I did this ghetto hack until I redo my office in the coming month and it does work for my old 50 inch boulder.

But yes agreed it is easier to just buy the correct thing for the job.

BurnToasT3332 m ago

You could just 2 wood sctrips, drill 4 holes through each. then screw the …You could just 2 wood sctrips, drill 4 holes through each. then screw the wood strips to the current bracket then attach wood to the TV. I just launched autocad to whip up a mock sketch for you, hope this is clear enough.[Image]


I thought I'd thank you for all the effort you went to with your marvellous CAD image, but I'm afraid I have no faith in my own skills or the legitimacy of appointing two pieces of wood to hold my 30kg TV up

dkl_uk2 h, 19 m ago

Ok I have a question.I am using THIS TV stand which has a 50" mounted to …Ok I have a question.I am using THIS TV stand which has a 50" mounted to it. There's about 5" of space between the bottom of the TV and the top shelf.Based on the image of the back of this 65" monster, I can already tell the top screws are too high, so if I were to screw the current mounting points in, the bottom of the TV would be below the top shelf.So, if I bought THIS VESA mount and simply left the faceplate off, would I be able to mount the TV onto this stand by screwing in the hooks to one of the open holes? (See the 5th image down on eBay for how the two vertical adapters look & their many holes)


You could just 2 wood sctrips, drill 4 holes through each. then screw the wood strips to the current bracket then attach wood to the TV.

I just launched autocad to whip up a mock sketch for you, hope this is clear enough.
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Ok I have a question.

I am using THIS TV stand which has a 50" mounted to it. There's about 5" of space between the bottom of the TV and the top shelf.

Based on the image of the back of this 65" monster, I can already tell the top screws are too high, so if I were to screw the current mounting points in, the bottom of the TV would be below the top shelf.

So, if I bought THIS VESA mount and simply left the faceplate off, would I be able to mount the TV onto this stand by screwing in the hooks to one of the open holes? (See the 5th image down on eBay for how the two vertical adapters look & their many holes)

Annoyingly I've got a TV stand with a pole at the back that the VESA mount hooks onto. That's limiting my largest diagonal screen size to about 55" by the looks of it. The mount points on this TV are too high at the top so the bottom of the screen will be well below the first shelf on my stand.
Indesit DFG15B1K 13 Place Freestanding Dishwasher - Black
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Indesit DFG15B1K 13 Place Freestanding Dishwasher - Black WAS £269.97 Number of wash Programmes: 5 Wash Programmes include: Normal, Intensive, Eco, Soak Cycle, Pre Wash Quick … Read more
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Remember to add the the £100 plus labour warranty for a yea to either indesit or hotpoint appliances, means a theor cheap appliances become expensive you will need the warranty that’s for sure.
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Hisense WFEA6010 6kg 1000rpm A++ SLIM DEPTH Freestanding Washing Machine - White at Appliances Direct for £164.97
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Hisense WFEA6010 6kg 1000rpm A++ SLIM DEPTH Freestanding Washing Machine - White Was £209.98 6 kg Capacity ideal for small households 1000 rpm Spin speed A++ Energy Efficiency… Read more
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1000 spin - the first load should be just about dry by the time the guarantee is up!

njl3049 m ago

Thought they just did telly’s


What surprised me is the washing machine has Freeview!

Thought they just did telly’s
electriQ 49" 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TV with Freeview HD and Freeview Play £349.97 - Appliances Direct
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electriQ 49" 4K Ultra HD LED Smart TV with Freeview HD and Freeview Play was £494.97 It's got an incredible 4K Ultra HD screen - giving you a more realistic experience There's … Read more
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It's a good deal and thanks for posting but I'd wait until the black Friday sales and get something like an LG which is what I did last year!

Good price and has plenty of good reviews - actually better than the recent LG monitor

I was looking at this last night they also have a 49" 4k with android which I was tempted by but the android version didn't have the free view play

Martine198727 m ago

I'm not very tech savvy just seemed like a good deal :-)


its not terrible, but it is a no name TV probably made by UMC or Vestel (i see no reference to the LG panel so i must be thinking of another TV)

personally id spend slightly more and get the Hisense that was on offer a few days ago at Argos. more well known and get decent reviews
Edited by: "adamspencer95" 27th Oct

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I'm not very tech savvy just seemed like a good deal :-)
Samsung HWM S650 Soundbar at Appliances Direct for £409.97 (Click and Collect or £419.92 delivered)
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This soundbar has been getting rave reviews and has been priced at £599, although some retailers have reduced it to £499 recently. Appliances Direct are selling it for £409.97. C… Read more

Out of stock now anyway.

ro53ben1st Sep

I wouldn't touch anything that doesn't support modern codecs but, if you …I wouldn't touch anything that doesn't support modern codecs but, if you don't want blu-ray, it might be OK.


I was looking at this before and seemed really good, what is it missing exactly?

Original Poster

Why no heat? This is much cheaper than anywhere else?

Original Poster

Can you suggest any soundbars sub £500 that can?

I wouldn't touch anything that doesn't support modern codecs but, if you don't want blu-ray, it might be OK.
Cello C65ANSMT4K 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV with Freeview HD £719.98 @ Appliances Direct
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Great price for a 65 inch 4k TV even though it's not a top brand.

Bought a Cello tv through M&S several years ago and after a few months the sound started to blip and it would turn its self off.Sent it back and it was gone quite a while as they lost it in there warehouse,no fault was found but it came and still played up so i rang them and they gave a full refund.M&S were very good throughout shame the tv wasnt.And yes British made,or were then.

Only buy no brands or budget brands if they are backed by 5 or 6yrs guarantee like john lewis or richer sounds offer.

jaydeeuk13rd Aug

Good to see the listing hasn't been sabotaged by the marketing dept …Good to see the listing hasn't been sabotaged by the marketing dept claiming to have HDR.Decent price if you value size over picture quality. Personally I'd rather spunk £700 on a projector setup than a big 4k TV with mediocre specs that couldn't do the content justice.


Downside is lamplife though.

This is the absolute truth,i work in a school and we ordered a cello tv for one of the classrooms off amazon.Tv came,opened it and then realised it was 2 fronts of a TV stuck together,no back,2 screens,sent it back to Amazon who sent us a new one and that ariived with 2 fronts as well, apparently they had got a dodgy batch,moral of the story is,Dont buy Cello TVS

Really... this much on a Cello, my mum had 3 x 32" that died within a couple month each
HOOVER WASHER DRYER 11 kg LARGE 7 kg DRYING £347.97 with Which? trial - appliancesdirect.co.uk
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Hoover WDXPBH4117AI2/1 11kg Wash 7kg Dry 1400rpm Freestanding Washer Dryer White WDXPBH4117AI2/1 Key Features 11 kg Wash capacity 7 kg Drying capacity Intelligent wash system Var… Read more

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marcuszipp723

This is a very good price but the big question is, is this a Which best … This is a very good price but the big question is, is this a Which best buy?!!We have a 10+ year old Hoover washer dryer that was a Which best buy. Don't think we paid more than this but it is only 6 + 4Kg and 1400 spin. The dryer packed up a couple of years back but we bought a dehumidifier which has been excellent and a lot cheaper to run and doesn't shrink clothes. Had one repair that cost about £50 around 5 years ago. It's done us well. This seems like a bargain Hot!!




A different (smaller) Hoover model is reviewed by Which

The top rated ones on which are all expensive ... think Miele, AEG, LG, Siemens, etc.
Top be fair they haven't tested a larger capacity Hoover, only a 4.5kg drying capacity model which was middle of the pack.

The truth about washer dryers is that that can all 'wash' lots with big capacities like 7kg, 8kg, 9kg etc for the 'wash load', but most only have a 'drying capacity' of 5kg or 6kg. Some even as low as 4kg.

With our old hotpoint machine we would do a wash then have to take half out in order for it to actually dry stuff.... but with this is should be good to do a big wash and let it dry.

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This is a very good price but the big question is, is this a Which best buy?!!

We have a 10+ year old Hoover washer dryer that was a Which best buy. Don't think we paid more than this but it is only 6 + 4Kg and 1400 spin.

The dryer packed up a couple of years back but we bought a dehumidifier which has been excellent and a lot cheaper to run and doesn't shrink clothes.

Had one repair that cost about £50 around 5 years ago. It's done us well.

This seems like a bargain Hot!!

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gr8h8me

Made by vestel....Another brand trashed...



Most washer dryers are rated as being able to dry 5kg or 6kg, the washer dryers that are rated at 7kg (or more) cost £550+ which is why this is a good deal

I don't know who makes Hoover appliances, but the point is the price! its super cheap for 7kg drying capacity

Made by vestel....Another brand trashed...

Those talking about having switched from foxsat hd, have they sorted media player / networking ability, because the
raydon firmware turned it into a much better piece of kit like watching around the house.

Doesnt look better - looks like a cheap scanner !

It's 2017, is there now asingle cable solution between the recorder box and satellite dish?

Maybe a good price, but the delivery is from the 18th August its July now!!!

Lawlost10 h, 33 m ago

Good deal I replaced my Humax Foxsat HDR with this. Nice interface, …Good deal I replaced my Humax Foxsat HDR with this. Nice interface, responsive, only downside is you can no longer export the recording even if they are not HD :-(



There seems little point in this box then?
HD fails = all recordings are lost
Edited by: "jasee" 27th Jul

Good deal I replaced my Humax Foxsat HDR with this. Nice interface, responsive, only downside is you can no longer export the recording even if they are not HD :-(
Linsar 55UHD - HDR £429.97 @ Appliances direct
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Looking at getting a 55 inch 4ktv and I remember seeing a lot of people say that the cheaper ones don't have HDR! Well this one seems good ?! Just want to check the reaction first … Read more

Now £50 cheaper at Ebuyer.

tommycbs

It says HDR and 4K so surely this is the best ? Again I'm not an expert … It says HDR and 4K so surely this is the best ? Again I'm not an expert so any advice is appreciated !



I've spotted a flaw in your reasoning.

Let's analyze this >

You see specs HDR and 4K, your brain says hey buddy it says HDR and 4K and we know these are the latest technologies, you're with me here aren't you bud, of course you agree. Then even though you haven't already disqualified yourself as an expert, you state again that you disqualify yourself as an expert, making your initial reasoning based on acronyms that this is the best completely moot. What we can say from this is absolutely you're nowhere near being an expert and it's good that you acknowledge this, what we can say is that assumption is not akin to being an expert. I'm not sure what advice I could give, I suppose, well actually I have a bridge to sell and bridges are good investments at the moment, so I think you should buy it from me.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 26th Jul

tommycbs

That all sounded really good but Im aiming for a 55! I can't see anything … That all sounded really good but Im aiming for a 55! I can't see anything wrong with that one tho other than the size! I'm sure a few people here could find things tho



Get a Samsung ks7000 then

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paulstanley1979

Checkout whathifi bestbuys for a good range of sizes and prices, … Checkout whathifi bestbuys for a good range of sizes and prices, something like this is not much more and would be better https://www.whathifi.com/panasonic/tx-50dx700/review


That all sounded really good but Im aiming for a 55! I can't see anything wrong with that one tho other than the size! I'm sure a few people here could find things tho

Checkout whathifi bestbuys for a good range of sizes and prices, something like this is not much more and would be better whathifi.com/pan…iew
Appliances Direct - Indesit BWE91484XWUK Innex 9kg 1400rpm Washing Machine - £214.97 / £194.97 with Which? £1 Trial
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I've been on the lookout or a washing machine as mine has just packed it in. Found this deal for the Indesit BWE 91484 XW on Appliances Direct, it's £194.97 if you take out the £1 … Read more

Vanmeerkat28th Jun

Definitely wouldn't buy another indesit !First one lasted 12 years , so …Definitely wouldn't buy another indesit !First one lasted 12 years , so bought another after that one packed in . 2 Days after delivery I got a call from indesit / hotpiint trying to sell me extended warranty !!Well I didn't take it and it packed in after 17 months , circuit board and motor knackered . Repairman told me to buy a Samsung as all his calls are to hotpoint , indesit , candy . This is only my opinion .


​Indesit, Hotpoint, Candy and Zanussi are all cheap junk that will break in no time. Even Beko are a bit better.
Edited by: "daydreamer01" 30th Jun

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Vanmeerkat

Definitely wouldn't buy another indesit !First one lasted 12 years , so … Definitely wouldn't buy another indesit !First one lasted 12 years , so bought another after that one packed in . 2 Days after delivery I got a call from indesit / hotpiint trying to sell me extended warranty !!Well I didn't take it and it packed in after 17 months , circuit board and motor knackered . Repairman told me to buy a Samsung as all his calls are to hotpoint , indesit , candy . This is only my opinion .



That might have just been a one off, also depends entirely on your model and usage. This is a decent priced machine on other sites, so I'm sure it won't fail after 2 days. Reviews are also great on Indesit on Which?

If you're that worried, take out the extended warranty and it'll still be cheaper than a Samsung, and will last you 3 years with full cover.

Edited by: "Siguros" 28th Jun

Definitely wouldn't buy another indesit !
First one lasted 12 years , so bought another after that one packed in . 2 Days after delivery I got a call from indesit / hotpiint trying to sell me extended warranty !!
Well I didn't take it and it packed in after 17 months , circuit board and motor knackered . Repairman told me to buy a Samsung as all his calls are to hotpoint , indesit , candy . This is only my opinion .
9000 BTU Wall Mounted Split Air Conditioner £460.98 Collection + £9 Quidco @ Appliances Direct (5 Year Warranty)
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Probably a bit too late for the heatwave but still worth purchasing (efficient heating for winter also). I went for 2x of the dual "easy fit" units for 4 rooms so needed an engine… Read more

montana7811 h, 39 m ago

Can one of these be fitted in the hallway to keep the whole house cold?


Depends on the size of your house and if it is a bungalow ........

Cold air sinks so having one of these downstairs would not cool the upstairs and these generally are good for a single average sized room.

Can one of these be fitted in the hallway to keep the whole house cold?

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ibzman

Yes that is in the blurb but if you read the faq it states23/08/2015 … Yes that is in the blurb but if you read the faq it states23/08/2015 Dobby: Does the kit include remote control and wall mounting bracket?jasoncooper: no remote control and the wall bracket is seperateSo it may have what you say but will need someone to confirm as conflicting info.



Saw that, it's a mistake (cal them and they'll confirm). Would be highly unusual for an A/C unit to have no remote (as you wouldn't be able to use it).

Bitbotbang

Some of us like to live in the real world. If you lived in a nice area … Some of us like to live in the real world. If you lived in a nice area like where we live, you would not need all these cr*p you buy!



Doesn't sound like a nice area to me if you're restricted in what you can buy.

lidds

What would be the actual consumption when cooling. It just seems to quote … What would be the actual consumption when cooling. It just seems to quote 'nominal' figures, thanks



It depends on 2 things. the heating/cooling load of the room in which it's installed (Watts per square meter per difference in indoor and outdoor temperture(delta T) ) 2. The effieciency of the unit at a given delta T.
Because temperatures outside vary all the time projections about consumption are given as nominal figures which make assumptions about how long the unit will operate for and at what temperature differentials. These may or may not be figures that reflect your usage scenario in the UK.
Dyson TP02 Pure Cool Link Purifying Tower Fan - £399 @ Appliances Direct
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cheapest deal i could fine for the Dyson cool link 2...just in time for them pesky pollen

williham

lol harsh

Same price

gary_rip

Well done on finding the worst deal ever...Cheaper here: … Well done on finding the worst deal ever...Cheaper here: http://www.rgbdirect.co.uk/Products/Appliances/Small-Domestic-Appliances/Dyson/TP02-WhiteUse google.


lol harsh

Well done on finding the worst deal ever...

Cheaper here: http://www.rgbdirect.co.uk/Products/Appliances/Small-Domestic-Appliances/Dyson/TP02-White

Use google.
electriQ 49 Inch 4K Ultra HD LED TV with Freeview HD USB Media Player and PVR - with LG 4K Panel - £299.97 @ Appliances Direct
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Was: £499.99 You save: £200.02 ONLY 299.97 KEY FEATURES Genuine LG LED panel Enjoy a more immersive viewing experience on the 49 Inch screen Built-in Freevie… Read more

Better to put £300 towards a decent set IMHO. Panel will be bottom end, software poor and 4k won't be enjoyed as it should.

It might have an LG panel, but if the TV doesnt have the right software to change the settings adequately it might as well be a 480i CRT.. on top of that some LG panels are dire..

rgbw, pump and dump

What hdmi port is there ? I know to get 4k you need upgraded port isn't that right ?
iRobot ROOMBA 886 Vacuum Cleaning Robot £396.98 with voucher £381 @ Appliances direct
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iRobot ROOMBA886 Vacuum Cleaning Robot There is a £20 voucher available if you sign up to Which? via appliancedirect website. I got mine for 379.98 + postage = £381

Original Poster

i can understand people voting cold. Anyway, i got my roomba and if anyone has any questions about roomba please message me. I will be happy to help

Just don't set it to come on overnight if the dog is loose in the house...

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LG F1496AD1 Direct Drive 8kg Wash 4kg Dry 1400rpm Freestanding Washer Dryer- £419.92 @ Appliances Direct
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Good price for decent washer dryer. Better than spending £350 ish on the hotpoint, indesit,bekos.. 2.2% quidco too Edit: the width is 59.5cm and not 60cm so this could also be us… Read more

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kiish

Grade A2 if anyone wants a lot cheaper for around … Grade A2 if anyone wants a lot cheaper for around £300:http://www.appliancesdirect.co.uk/p/77290015%2F2%2Ff1496ad1/lg-772900152f1496ad1-freestanding-washer-dryer



No manufactures warranty...beware

Cracking price that, we've had a washer dryer dryer for 6 years and nothing major has gone wrong with it sort apart from a new gasket seal the other day

FrugalFergal

Im looking out for a value washer dryer but with a 5yr warranty - does … Im looking out for a value washer dryer but with a 5yr warranty - does anyone have any suggestions?



Washer dryers are a gimmick had two and they just pants, really are brutal on fabrics as most beat the water out of the clothes. Tried to save space in kitchen but when i realised how rubbish they all are I just bit the bullet and removed a cupboard to fit it in.

Im looking out for a value washer dryer but with a 5yr warranty - does anyone have any suggestions?