Beko washing machine Black wmb61432b only £199 and free delivery with KHUWF code @ Very
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Beko washing machine Black wmb61432b only £199 and free delivery with KHUWF code @ Very

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Found 16th Jun 2016
This machine is priced around £240 + everywhere else. Ordered one and they even took the old one. Good machine and good price.

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Guarantee 1 Year
Colour Black
Delivery Rapid Delivery
Depth (mm) 415 mm
Height (mm) 850 mm
Width (mm) 600 mm
Electronic Display
An LCD or LED display, which provides essential information about the program selection and the progress of the cycle.

Energy Efficiency
Reveals how effectively an appliance uses energy, the higher the efficiency the more economical it is and the lower the energy bill. A scale from A+ to G indicates efficiency, A+ being most economical, a crucial factor in view of recent energy price rises
A++
Half Load
A program for those occasions when there are only a few items to clean. Half-load is designed to use less water and energy than a normal cycle.

Half Load System Automatic Water Level Reduction System
Programmes 15 Programmes
Quick Wash
A Quick wash programme is tailored to reduce the wash and spin times, useful if you have lightly soiled garments or when you need items cleaned quickly.

Spin Peformance
Spin Performance indicates the machines ability to extract water from the wash load at the end of the program. Efficiency is indicated by a scale of performance from A+ to G, with A+ being the most efficient, i.e. the most water extracted.
B
Spin Speed
A machines fastest spin drying speed, expressed as R.P.M. e.g.1400rpm. The faster the spin speed the more water is removed from the load. The performance is also expressed as a scale from A++ to G, with A++ being the most efficient.
1400 rpm
Wash Load (kg)
Indicates the maximum capacity of the drum during a standard washing cycle, expressed in Kilogram's (Kg), i.e. 6.5Kg.
6.0 kg/ 13.20 lbs
Wash Performance
Also known as cleaning performance, this indicates how effectively an appliance removes dirt and grease from the wash load and that the unit attains a high level of hygiene. A scale running from A+ to G indicates performance with A+ being most effective.
A
Water Consumption (litres)
The volume of water the machine uses in litres per cycle e.g. 24litres/per cycle. The less water used the more efficient the machine. An important consideration for households with a Water Meter. An economical model will save a lot of money over a year.
39 litres
Water Feed
Indicates whether the appliance requires connecting to the cold water supply or whether a hot and cold connection is required.
Cold Fill
Weight (kg) 56 kg

Do people realise that the load is only 6kg!
a Beko WS832425B 8kg Load, 1300 Spin Washing Machine - Black Item number 6JGPA2V at £230 also from very goes to 8KG

I bought this one (see link below) on offer for £199, still good for £219

9KG / 1200 rpm spin. Good machine has 14 minute and 28 minute wash cycles. Spin could be faster but that's my only grumble.

ao.com/pro…spx
Edited by: "fishmaster" 17th Jun 2016

£199 for a 6kg drum? X) X) X) X)

congrevecv

Do people realise that the load is only 6kg!a Beko WS832425B 8kg Load, … Do people realise that the load is only 6kg!a Beko WS832425B 8kg Load, 1300 Spin Washing Machine - Black Item number 6JGPA2V at £230 also from very goes to 8KG



​I was surprised to find higher capacity washing machines consume same electricity and water. Lower capacity ones have weaker ball bearing which breaks after some time.

They took your old machine free of charge? What about installation?

sam_of_london not surprisingly the Samsung ecobubble machine I have goes to 9KG, which mean's with only me it is difficult to overload

sam_of_london not surprisingly the Samsung ecobubble machine I have goes to 9KG, which mean's with only me it is difficult to overload

sam_of_london

​I was surprised to find higher capacity washing machines consume same e … ​I was surprised to find higher capacity washing machines consume same electricity and water. Lower capacity ones have weaker ball bearing which breaks after some time.


HIgher capacity ones have greater forces on the bearings so these need to be stronger to survive for the same time as lower capacity ones.
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