Beko EcoSmart WY114764MW A+++ 11kg 1400 Spin Washing Machine  just £369 using code  @ Co-op electrical (Free Rapid Delivery)
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Beko EcoSmart WY114764MW A+++ 11kg 1400 Spin Washing Machine just £369 using code @ Co-op electrical (Free Rapid Delivery)

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Found 30th Sep 2017
Bit of a beast! A+++ Rated and a HUGE 11KG Drum - **Use code CLA30**

The Beko EcoSmart WY114764MW A+++ 1400 spin 11kg washing machine helps you save money with its Time Delay funtion and automatic water level reduction system for smaller loads.

Also featuring a huge 11kg wash load capacity and extra large porthole door which is ideal for items such as duvets, and an LCD display with time display & touch buttons

The WY114764MW includes a Steam Therapy programme for reduced creasing and hygene along with 16 additional programmes including Daily Quick and Super Short plus extra functions for added flexibility.

Featuring variable spin speed and temperature, easy access filter and front service access, 4 height adjustable feet and unique design 3 compartment detergent dispenser.


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ScoobyStoo27 m ago

It's a Beko. Cheapest components and poorest build quality on the market. …It's a Beko. Cheapest components and poorest build quality on the market. The 12 month warranty reflects that. The low headline price is there to suck you in. The real money is made from out of warranty repairs.


What rubbish,my Beko washing machine as gone for nearly eight years ans is still going strong.It is used every single day.Hot.
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Just wish the warranty was longer than 1 year...
Never seen a washing machine with a drum that huge at a price so low.
Don't forget you also get 5% cash back on this if you also have a Co-op Membership Card. This cash back goes on to the card instantly, and you can spend it in Co-op Food stores.
I know it's 11kg but seriously sceptical with only a 1 year warranty.
If this was silver I'd snap it straight up fab find
Rich4424 m ago

I know it's 11kg but seriously sceptical with only a 1 year warranty.


It's a Beko. Cheapest components and poorest build quality on the market. The 12 month warranty reflects that. The low headline price is there to suck you in. The real money is made from out of warranty repairs.
I would have vote hot if it would come with iOS
ScoobyStoo27 m ago

It's a Beko. Cheapest components and poorest build quality on the market. …It's a Beko. Cheapest components and poorest build quality on the market. The 12 month warranty reflects that. The low headline price is there to suck you in. The real money is made from out of warranty repairs.


What rubbish,my Beko washing machine as gone for nearly eight years ans is still going strong.It is used every single day.Hot.
ScoobyStoo8 h, 51 m ago

It's a Beko. Cheapest components and poorest build quality on the market. …It's a Beko. Cheapest components and poorest build quality on the market. The 12 month warranty reflects that. The low headline price is there to suck you in. The real money is made from out of warranty repairs.


If it was an Hotpoint or Indesit I'd agree, However Beko are much more reliable, Some of my friends and relatives have Beko washers and they've been problem free for over 5 years, My mum's bearings are a little loud now but it's about 8 years old, That represents great value imo.

Me personally, I've got a Bosch but I may decide to go for a cheaper washer next time. Imo Beko are probably the best budget brand when it comes to major appliances. Sure cheaper components than more premium brands but that doesn't mean it won't last as long.

If this lasts 5 years and costs £369 and a Bosch cost twice as much and lasts 10 years it represents the same value.

You'd probably be ready to change washers in 5 years anyway.
Edited by moderator: "potty mouth" 30th Sep 2017
Decent find just a shame it’s beko hotpoint did an 11kg one a few years back in curry’s for £405
Voted hot as 11kg. All the low capacity ones let you put more clothes and then the ball bearings break.Most people blame the manufacturer but don't factor weight of clothes when loading the machine. They take same electricity as well just ball bearings and other components are heavy duty unlike the low capacity ones .
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 30th Sep 2017
Ordered - got the 5% at £18.45, code worked fine - did have to pay £3.99 for delivery though.

Also used Quidco so should get a couple of % back if tracked (£7.38)

When you join the membership scheme it doesn't give you the 16 digit number you need to log in for the 5% so you need to give them a call on the Freephone number (0800 023 4708) and they will tell you what that is...


Thank OP
Edited by: "Pauly3844" 30th Sep 2017
ScoobyStoo1 h, 52 m ago

It's a Beko. Cheapest components and poorest build quality on the market. …It's a Beko. Cheapest components and poorest build quality on the market. The 12 month warranty reflects that. The low headline price is there to suck you in. The real money is made from out of warranty repairs.



Have 2 beko machines for 10 years, both still great. On other side Hotpoint
ScoobyStoo3 h, 57 m ago

It's a Beko. Cheapest components and poorest build quality on the market. …It's a Beko. Cheapest components and poorest build quality on the market. The 12 month warranty reflects that. The low headline price is there to suck you in. The real money is made from out of warranty repairs.


By experience or you are just saying ?
I bought some Beko white goods, second hand from Gumtree three years ago and they are still going strong !
For that money u can get a Samsung with 5 years warranty
jc19704 h, 13 m ago

For that money u can get a Samsung with 5 years warranty


I agree, here's the best buy for the money @ JL :
johnlewis.com/sam…020
with 5-year guarantee - I know where I'd be putting my money for peace of mind for 5 yrs !
ScoobyStoo8 h, 38 m ago

It's a Beko. Cheapest components and poorest build quality on the market. …It's a Beko. Cheapest components and poorest build quality on the market. The 12 month warranty reflects that. The low headline price is there to suck you in. The real money is made from out of warranty repairs.


You put Beko, did you mean Audi!?
ianhalling24 m ago

I agree, here's the best buy for the money @ JL …I agree, here's the best buy for the money @ JL :https://www.johnlewis.com/samsung-ww90j5456ma-ecobubble-freestanding-washing-machine-9kg-load-a-energy-rating-1400rpm-spin-white/p3189020with 5-year guarantee - I know where I'd be putting my money for peace of mind for 5 yrs !


But that is 10% more and the Beko has 22% more capacity. So for every 5th wash you will have to do a 6th. So more electric costs, about £40 over the 5 years.
Comment deleted again mods, this place is no fun anymore, I much prefer Reddit as a forum.
I changed to a Samsung a while back,10 times better than any Hotpoint or Beko and almost silent even on spin with direct drive( no belt)...brilliant machine....Beko have maybe came on a bit but they used to be s##t....still wouldn't buy one though.
ianhalling53 m ago

I agree, here's the best buy for the money @ JL …I agree, here's the best buy for the money @ JL :https://www.johnlewis.com/samsung-ww90j5456ma-ecobubble-freestanding-washing-machine-9kg-load-a-energy-rating-1400rpm-spin-white/p3189020with 5-year guarantee - I know where I'd be putting my money for peace of mind for 5 yrs !


I bought one a couple of years back...
Definitely the make to buy atm.
I bought my folks a 9kg Beko washer for £310 with a discount almost 7 years ago (Jan 2011) & it's running perfectly fine. It's a 7 person household with grandchildren visiting/staying regularly without a single complaint. I refused to get the extra 5 year guarantee because after extensive research I realised it was the most reliable budget brand. It also helped that I had a beko fridge since 2008. So I wouldn't worry about reliability. Get the extra guarantee if you're worried. I regret paying twice as much for my LG direct drive because the quick wash is twice as long lol. Otherwise that's a great washer too. But not for twice the price.
Edited by: "Saro" 30th Sep 2017
I thought beko and indisit were same company?
Misslovely51 m ago

I thought beko and indisit were same company?


You thought wrong ;).

Indeshite/Hotpoint/Ariston/Whirlpool/Cannon are all the same company among others.

Hoover/Candy are the same.

AEG/Zanuzzi/John Lewis all made by Electrolux.

Bosch/Siemens are another.
ScoobyStoo12 h, 23 m ago

It's a Beko. Cheapest components and poorest build quality on the market. …It's a Beko. Cheapest components and poorest build quality on the market. The 12 month warranty reflects that. The low headline price is there to suck you in. The real money is made from out of warranty repairs.

Which? scores Beko the same for reliability of its washing machines as LG - above Hoover, Indesit and Siemens. Whilst none of the machines make it as a best buy, many are fairly close in score.

There are reviews of the likes of Samsung that criticise the customer service and poor experience when having to make use of the warranty as well.

Sometimes you can never tell with any individual machine - my own anecdote is that I bought an Electra (yes, who?) washing machine dirt cheap as part of Comet's liquidation, as a stopgap, because my Bosch had just packed up after 5 years and it's still going strong, 5 years on.
.MUFC.15 h, 30 m ago

If it was an Hotpoint or Indesit I'd agree, However Beko are much more …If it was an Hotpoint or Indesit I'd agree, However Beko are much more reliable, Some of my friends and relatives have Beko washers and they've been problem free for over 5 years, My mum's bearings are a little loud now but it's about 8 years old, That represents great value imo.Me personally, I've got a Bosch but I may decide to go for a cheaper washer next time. Imo Beko are probably the best budget brand when it comes to major appliances. Sure cheaper components than more premium brands but that doesn't mean it won't last as long. If this lasts 5 years and costs £369 and a Bosch cost twice as much and lasts 10 years it represents the same value. You'd probably be ready to change washers in 5 years anyway.

Maybe, the old made in Turkey one's, but the new one's are made in China which to me means they last for a year then lash it to buy a new one.
My beko washer never went wrong. My all singing, all dancing, hotpoint washer died spectacularly. Luckily within the warranty period. Typical example of built in obsolescence.
BattleBeast112 h, 44 m ago

I changed to a Samsung a while back,10 times better than any Hotpoint or …I changed to a Samsung a while back,10 times better than any Hotpoint or Beko and almost silent even on spin with direct drive( no belt)...brilliant machine....Beko have maybe came on a bit but they used to be s##t....still wouldn't buy one though.

I've got a beko at the minute not to bad but before that I had an 500 quid indeset that lasted 15 months so my next washing machine will be a Samsung
I have had a Beko machine for about 3 years. No problems yet
themachman9 h, 52 m ago

Maybe, the old made in Turkey one's, but the new one's are made in China …Maybe, the old made in Turkey one's, but the new one's are made in China which to me means they last for a year then lash it to buy a new one.


Exactly my point. Some people here judging Beko on machines built years ago, rather than current quality. Beko is just a brand name. The entire supply chain has changed since those machines were built, along with their associated quality.

The Which report relates to the longevity of previous machines. It has no relevance to quality of current output. When buying stuff you have to evaluate what you are actually buying. These brands rely on 'quality by association'. Remember when Hotpoint was a trusted brand? They traded for years on the brand loyalty built up during the 70s and 80s. Took ages for people to cotton onto the fact they had completely changed their suppliers and process...and that they were churning out rubbish.

Each to their own though. If a one year warranty works for you then go for it. Speaks volumes to me though.
tonez30th Sep

Just wish the warranty was longer than 1 year...


One bonus is that this machine has a Prosmart Inverter brushless motor which has a 10 year guarantee. I've had two washing machines that needed replacement carbon motor brushes after being worn down by the friction generated by contact with the motor armature.
Edited by: "Robbo11" 3rd Oct 2017
Just to mention that Beko's 28 minute full load daily quick wash and small load 17 minute super short wash timings are not strictly true. I don't know if this is true of other brand washing machines as well but if it is anything like my new Beko washing machine, those times do not include the time it takes to fill the machine with water at the start of the programme or the time it takes to fill during the rinse stages. I'm still very happy with the Beko but for the true durations, you need to add up to 10 minutes to the quick wash time and around 7 minutes to the super short wash times. That is for a 7kg drum so I'm guessing those programmes might take even longer with an 11kg drum Beko.
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