Beko WDA91440W washer dryer. (w. voucher code and TCB) £384.99 + 10.4% Topcashback @ Co-op Electrical
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Beko WDA91440W washer dryer. (w. voucher code and TCB) £384.99 + 10.4% Topcashback @ Co-op Electrical

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Found 29th Nov 2015
Energy Efficiency: A
Wash Load (kg): 9.0 kg
Dryer Capacity: 6kg
Spin Speed: 1400 rpm

coopelectricalshop.co.uk/Bek…W-W

already quite well priced at £399

10.5% Topcashback

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anyone care to comment as to why they've voted cold?

The lowest I found for this product is £449 without the exceptional service (in my experience) of cooperative electrical.

Beko itself is a reliable brand for the price and, as far as I've read, this product has good reviews for its type.
unsure why voted cold too - couldn't find a better deal - have some heat!
Probably because they had a problem once with fridge freezer and also brand snobs and also because washer dryers are usually poo

If you need one for space reasons then this a great price
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This Beko WDA91440W washer-dryer can wash a massive 9kg of clothes in one go, great if you've got a large household and masses of laundry. It has a powerful-sounding 1600rpm spin which isn't actually too loud - but this Beko surprised us even more when it came to the drying tests. Will this Beko washer-dryer be a Best Buy bargain? Read on to find out.

This Beko washer-dryer makes for a great washing machine - clothes get a good wash, rinse and spin. But its over-zealous drying programs surprised us by over-drying cottons so badly we actually had to fail this model. It is one of the first dryers to fail our cotton cupboard dry test.

What is it?

This is a large capacity washer-dryer from Beko. You can wash up to 9kg of clothes in one go and then dry 6kg, making it suitable for large households.

The drying programs are controlled by a sensor which should detect when your clothes are ready, though there are timed options available if you would rather not use the sensor.

It has loads of extra programs, including special cycles for woollens, shirts, quick programs for when you're in a hurry, and anti-allergy cycles that should eliminate the nasties that get up your nose.

How long you've got to wait until the program is finished will show on the panel, and if you want to delay your laundry, you can set this washer-dryer to finish any time in the following 24 hours.

There is both a child lock on the panel to stop your little protégés from 'adjusting' your program settings and a device on the door that will stop it from closing when you don't want it to, making sure that nothing untoward (the cat, your valuables) will get locked in the drum.

What's it great at?

It certainly lives up to the 'washer' part of washer-dryer. Both cottons and synthetics get a decent clean and the rinse that follows does a better than average job of rinsing out detergent.

You won't wait long for clothes, either. A full load of cottons takes two hours and 15 minutes, which is very quick for such a large load.

It's a frugal water user, too, making this model suited to those on a water meter who really want to keep bills down.

It's also quite quiet when washing and spinning, though there is an annoying fan noise when it's drying clothes.

Is there anything I should watch out for?

What drags the score down on this otherwise good model is its drying. A lot of washer-dryers are unable to leave clothes slightly damp on the iron-dry setting as they should, and this Beko is no exception; it won't provide you with easier-to-iron clothes on this setting.

More surprisingly, this Beko has failed our cupboard dry test. While a washer-dryer's cupboard dry setting should leave your clothes dry enough to be put straight away, this Beko over-dried clothes past what we consider an acceptable level, using more energy and taking longer than we believe is necessary.

Because of this, we cannot present an estimate of how much its drying cycle will add to your electricity bills as we do with most washer-dryers we review.

When we spoke to Beko about our results, it told us it does not consider the results we saw in our test to be over-dried and that clothes will not be damaged.

We disagree with this statement and still consider this Beko washer-dryer to have failed our cotton cupboard dry test by over-drying, which wastes both energy and time.

Should I buy it?

The only reason to buy this Beko is its washing, as its drying programs over-dry clothes. But the same money would buy you a Best Buy washing machine or a much better washer-dryer, so there is no real reason to invest in this one.

Pros: Good cleaning, very speedy wash time, effective rinse, water-efficient, quiet

Cons: Poor overall drying performance - both the iron-dry and cotton dry programs over-dry clothes
Top cash back is pain . I have done few times in the past but not impressive. Some times your cash back can be declined or if you are lucky then minimum 6 months to receive cash back. PAIN
Rich44

From WhichThis Beko WDA91440W washer-dryer can wash a massive 9kg of … From WhichThis Beko WDA91440W washer-dryer can wash a massive 9kg of clothes in one go, great if you've got a large household and masses of laundry. It has a powerful-sounding 1600rpm spin which isn't actually too loud - but this Beko surprised us even more when it came to the drying tests. Will this Beko washer-dryer be a Best Buy bargain? Read on to find out.This Beko washer-dryer makes for a great washing machine - clothes get a good wash, rinse and spin. But its over-zealous drying programs surprised us by over-drying cottons so badly we actually had to fail this model. It is one of the first dryers to fail our cotton cupboard dry test.What is it?This is a large capacity washer-dryer from Beko. You can wash up to 9kg of clothes in one go and then dry 6kg, making it suitable for large households.The drying programs are controlled by a sensor which should detect when your clothes are ready, though there are timed options available if you would rather not use the sensor.It has loads of extra programs, including special cycles for woollens, shirts, quick programs for when you're in a hurry, and anti-allergy cycles that should eliminate the nasties that get up your nose.How long you've got to wait until the program is finished will show on the panel, and if you want to delay your laundry, you can set this washer-dryer to finish any time in the following 24 hours.There is both a child lock on the panel to stop your little protégés from 'adjusting' your program settings and a device on the door that will stop it from closing when you don't want it to, making sure that nothing untoward (the cat, your valuables) will get locked in the drum.What's it great at?It certainly lives up to the 'washer' part of washer-dryer. Both cottons and synthetics get a decent clean and the rinse that follows does a better than average job of rinsing out detergent.You won't wait long for clothes, either. A full load of cottons takes two hours and 15 minutes, which is very quick for such a large load.It's a frugal water user, too, making this model suited to those on a water meter who really want to keep bills down.It's also quite quiet when washing and spinning, though there is an annoying fan noise when it's drying clothes.Is there anything I should watch out for?What drags the score down on this otherwise good model is its drying. A lot of washer-dryers are unable to leave clothes slightly damp on the iron-dry setting as they should, and this Beko is no exception; it won't provide you with easier-to-iron clothes on this setting.More surprisingly, this Beko has failed our cupboard dry test. While a washer-dryer's cupboard dry setting should leave your clothes dry enough to be put straight away, this Beko over-dried clothes past what we consider an acceptable level, using more energy and taking longer than we believe is necessary.Because of this, we cannot present an estimate of how much its drying cycle will add to your electricity bills as we do with most washer-dryers we review.When we spoke to Beko about our results, it told us it does not consider the results we saw in our test to be over-dried and that clothes will not be damaged.We disagree with this statement and still consider this Beko washer-dryer to have failed our cotton cupboard dry test by over-drying, which wastes both energy and time.Should I buy it?The only reason to buy this Beko is its washing, as its drying programs over-dry clothes. But the same money would buy you a Best Buy washing machine or a much better washer-dryer, so there is no real reason to invest in this one.Pros: Good cleaning, very speedy wash time, effective rinse, water-efficient, quietCons: Poor overall drying performance - both the iron-dry and cotton dry programs over-dry clothes



​but at this point, this is cheaper than a washing machine and still does dry clothes too.
i have no issue with stopping the dryer sooner at this price.

live your life by Which and you'd never really buy anything, surely?

i don't have a which account but for £345, is there a washer dryer that can be found with a better review for those who need one?

I've ordered this but can soon cancel it.
andykapa

Top cash back is pain . I have done few times in the past but not … Top cash back is pain . I have done few times in the past but not impressive. Some times your cash back can be declined or if you are lucky then minimum 6 months to receive cash back. PAIN



​Mines always served me well. Maybe ask them why your account is an issue.
jonjoe87

​but at this point, this is cheaper than a washing machine and still does … ​but at this point, this is cheaper than a washing machine and still does dry clothes too. i have no issue with stopping the dryer sooner at this price. live your life by Which and you'd never really buy anything, surely? i don't have a which account but for £345, is there a washer dryer that can be found with a better review for those who need one? I've ordered this but can soon cancel it.



​and i mean "you're" as a collective... not you personally, sorry! it reads as though I'm at your throat lol
I did already comment this was a great price lol.
Just putting info in people's hands to make an informed choice, personally I think they're being ott about over drying, better over dry than still damp and as I don't iron anything I couldn't care less about it.

Does anyone actually use programmes on their dryers anyway? Ours is old school, timer & hot and go buttons, family next door have expensive plush one and takes longer than ours to dry anything despite having a million programme settings.

Me personally I'd not touch a WD but if you've got limited space I'd go for the cheapest I could find.

There was an Indesit one as a best buy and see they're quite cheap too. I always check it Which if buying appliances having seen the huge differences on microwaves (I always thought category was it) I always check the customer reviews too for longevity, warranty claims etc can be a real eye opener and save a lot of money.
Oh I've had thousands off TCB sometimes a long wait but never lost one yet. I usually do the big life insurance ones in spring then they're ready for Christmas then cancel the policy for the free money as cashback amounts way higher than premiums.
Have had this for over two years, the dryer broke after the third use, and unfortunately I didn't get to get it fixed in time as I stupidly only used the dryer after a year as I didn't need it until I had my first baby and then needed it to use the "baby" aka eczema cycle. The machine is soo heavy I cannot even move it to see the serial number at the back, which is why I didn't register it either! The wash cycles were very good, with great eco times for a quick wash. But would have been nice to have had a working dryer. It has now started to make an awful banging noise on the bottom right half. So am saving frantically in case it goes. Also bought from coop at the time for £499 I think, will steer clear from washer dryers and probably from beko in this case. Disappointing.
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