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Beko, Hoover, Bosch, Candy Washers & Dryers From £172.94 @ Bargain Crazy
Beko, Hoover, Bosch, Candy Washers & Dryers From £172.94 @ Bargain Crazy

Beko, Hoover, Bosch, Candy Washers & Dryers From £172.94 @ Bargain Crazy

here is a list of washers and dryers @ Bargain Crazy

type code WBDAYTEN to get the price delivered

dont forget cashback as well

Beko WM5120S Washer £172.94
Beko WM5100S 5Kg Washing Machine £181.94
Beko DRCS68S Condenser Dryer £199.94
Candy GOV118 Vented Dryer £199.94
Beko WM6167W Washing Machine £210.94
Beko WM8127W Washer £267.44
Hoover OPH616 1600 Spin Washing Machine £267.44
Bosch WAE24363GB Washing Machine £316.94
Candy GO492 9Kg Washing Machine £334.94
Hoover HNWL7146 Washer/Dryer £352.94
Hoover VHD9163ZD Washing Machine £361.94
Bosch WTS84509GB Condenser Dryer £406.94
Hoover VHW854D Washer/Dryer £415.94
Bosch WIS24140GB Integrated Washer £514.94

all links in 2nd post

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Original Poster

Beko WM5120S Washer £172.94
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Beko WM5100S 5Kg Washing Machine £181.94
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Beko DRCS68S Condenser Dryer £199.94
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Candy GOV118 Vented Dryer £199.94
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Beko WM6167W Washing Machine £210.94
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Beko WM8127W Washer £267.44
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Hoover OPH616 1600 Spin Washing Machine £267.44
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Bosch WAE24363GB Washing Machine £316.94
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Candy GO492 9Kg Washing Machine £334.94
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Hoover HNWL7146 Washer/Dryer £352.94
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Hoover VHD9163ZD Washing Machine £361.94
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Bosch WTS84509GB Condenser Dryer £406.94
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Hoover VHW854D Washer/Dryer £415.94
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Bosch WIS24140GB Integrated Washer £514.94
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Please stay away from Beko washing machines, at least in my experience!!

The one I had was 1800 rpm yet the clothes would come out absolutely drenched even after putting them on for an extra spin afterwards. Drying them was a nightmare.

hi does anyone know if this is a good washing machine Bosch 1400 Spin Washing Machine WAE28468UK

Thanks :?

beko condensor dryer is cheaper at dixons (+ quidco)

dixons.co.uk/gbu…tml

i only know that as I'm looking to buy one! but thanks for posting

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ashtad;8688001

hi does anyone know if this is a good washing machine Bosch 1400 Spin … hi does anyone know if this is a good washing machine Bosch 1400 Spin Washing Machine WAE28468UK Thanks :?



some reviews
reevoo.com/p/b…846

SUPERCOOLWILLOW;8688083

some reviewshttp://www.reevoo.com/p/bosch-wae-2846



thats great thanks

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ashtad;8688108

thats great thanks



you are very welcome

ashtad;8688001

hi does anyone know if this is a good washing machine Bosch 1400 Spin … hi does anyone know if this is a good washing machine Bosch 1400 Spin Washing Machine WAE28468UK Thanks :?



Get a Miele. Expensive but worth every penny.

Ayrton;8691352

Get a Miele. Expensive but worth every penny.



Miele are out dated, expensive and inefficient.

Buy Siemens - IMHO they are cheaper, last just as long, made in Germany, most come with a 5 year guarantee and are more efficient. Always get good reviews from buyers too.

checkley73;8691852

Miele are out dated


LOL yeah cos you gotta keep up with the times when it comes to washing machines?!? How are they outdated? I guess you mean it will be outdated before it breaks down? I'll settle for that.

expensive


Granted but you are getting what you paid for

inefficient.


Cobblers, there was no better efficiency rated machine when we bought ours, and if you do need to wash just one shirt, it does it with a tiny amount of water in double quick time. In fact it is surprising how little water seems to be involved in any load. And the ones with the honeycomb drums even spin in a way to make ironing easier.

You will usually get a 10 year warranty with a Miele, not that you will need it. We bought ours because our in laws had had 25 (yes 25, and counting) trouble free years from theirs. Buy cheap, buy twice. Or not.

Ayrton;8693046

LOL yeah cos you gotta keep up with the times when it comes to washing … LOL yeah cos you gotta keep up with the times when it comes to washing machines?!? How are they outdated? I guess you mean it will be outdated before it breaks down? I'll settle for that.Granted but you are getting what you paid forCobblers, there was no better efficiency rated machine when we bought ours, and if you do need to wash just one shirt, it does it with a tiny amount of water in double quick time. In fact it is surprising how little water seems to be involved in any load. And the ones with the honeycomb drums even spin in a way to make ironing easier.You will usually get a 10 year warranty with a Miele, not that you will need it. We bought ours because our in laws had had 25 (yes 25, and counting) trouble free years from theirs. Buy cheap, buy twice. Or not.




utter rubbish! please get your facts straight or dont spout off about things you know very little about.

washing machines have progressed significantly in just the last 10 years - a 10 year old Miele would have been a 4KG load, used 96 litres of water and 2.6KW of energy. Siemens now washes 8KG in 56 litres of water and only 1.3KW of energy - is this the same as you say ??

All Siemens washers are, like for like, more efficient than their Miele counterparts - they also have larger wash loads more suitable for families.

You will not usually get a 10 year guarantee with Miele washers - its only covers half of their range - all the models they sell in volume are 5 years.

As for honeycomb drum - this does the same job as Siemens optiwave drum - its nothing unique.

My apologies to the OP. I didn't mean to hijack the thread. But I need to deal with the Siemens fanboy.

checkley73;8697168

utter rubbish! please get your facts straight or dont spout off about … utter rubbish! please get your facts straight or dont spout off about things you know very little about. washing machines have progressed significantly in just the last 10 years - a 10 year old Miele would have been a 4KG load, used 96 litres of water and 2.6KW of energy. Siemens now washes 8KG in 56 litres of water and only 1.3KW of energy - is this the same as you say ??



ROFPML. Maybe you should get your facts straight or don't spout off about things you don't know about. Our machine washes 6kg using 1.3 kW and 55 litres. If your Siemens is a shade better - and it is no more than that - then good for you. Our machine is 7 years old. I'd rather not buy a new washing machine every 7 years to wring out the very latest efficiency saving. And do you know what? If you do, you're a mug. It makes much more financial and environmental sense to buy a bullet proof washing machine that lasts than keep churning it.

All Siemens washers are, like for like, more efficient than their Miele … All Siemens washers are, like for like, more efficient than their Miele counterparts - they also have larger wash loads more suitable for families.



I'm glad your huge load works out for you. We are a family of 4 and once the colours, strong colours and whites are sorted we would struggle to fill the machine every night for economy 7, so unless you are Catholic I can't see why you would want 8kg.

You will not usually get a 10 year guarantee with Miele washers - its … You will not usually get a 10 year guarantee with Miele washers - its only covers half of their range - all the models they sell in volume are 5 years.



Cobblers. If you want a Miele, watch the market. You don't need to wait long for a 'special offer' 10 year warranty.

As for honeycomb drum - this does the same job as Siemens optiwave drum - … As for honeycomb drum - this does the same job as Siemens optiwave drum - its nothing unique.



I think you'll find the optiwave drum does the same job as the honeycomb. Don't forget mine is the decrepit 7 year old machine so that means it was there first.

I'm not quite as one eyed as you and I have no doubt that the Siemens is an excellent machine. However I choose the proven pedigree of Miele, and I'm hoping for another 18 years to take me to the 25 my in laws have had without a breakdown. But thanks for your input!

Original Poster

Ayrton;8701002

My apologies to the OP. I didn't mean to hijack the thread. But I need to … My apologies to the OP. I didn't mean to hijack the thread. But I need to deal with the Siemens fanboy.ROFPML. Maybe you should get your facts straight or don't spout off about things you don't know about. Our machine washes 6kg using 1.3 kW and 55 litres. If your Siemens is a shade better - and it is no more than that - then good for you. Our machine is 7 years old. I'd rather not buy a new washing machine every 7 years to wring out the very latest efficiency saving. And do you know what? If you do, you're a mug. It makes much more financial and environmental sense to buy a bullet proof washing machine that lasts than keep churning it.I'm glad your huge load works out for you. We are a family of 4 and once the colours, strong colours and whites are sorted we would struggle to fill the machine every night for economy 7, so unless you are Catholic I can't see why you would want 8kg.Cobblers. If you want a Miele, watch the market. You don't need to wait long for a 'special offer' 10 year warranty.I think you'll find the optiwave drum does the same job as the honeycomb. Don't forget mine is the decrepit 7 year old machine so that means it was there first.I'm not quite as one eyed as you and I have no doubt that the Siemens is an excellent machine. However I choose the proven pedigree of Miele, and I'm hoping for another 18 years to take me to the 25 my in laws have had without a breakdown. But thanks for your input!



thats ok as its a very suitable topic
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