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Beko WM72CPW A+ 7kg 1200 Spin Washing Machine in White £120 @ Co-op electrical - Birmingham
Beko WM72CPW A+ 7kg 1200 Spin Washing Machine in White £120 @ Co-op electrical - Birmingham

Beko WM72CPW A+ 7kg 1200 Spin Washing Machine in White £120 @ Co-op electrical - Birmingham

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Yardley Birmingham CO OP .May be nationwide . If not Brummies are invited to make a run for it. 3 machines available 22/8/16 @ 15.18.

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absolute bargain dwfinately worth some heat great find

arnt these themake which are always catching fire and burning peoples houoses down

My landlord replaced my broken machine with the 5kg version of this. Other than being small it's fine so this bigger one seems like a bargain

£120 can't be bad. Be at home when it's on and be on the safe side and get a fire extinguisher on eBay for under a tenner!

Good if you're on a budget.

These make a great space heater...

kick_u_in_the_nuts

arnt these themake which are always catching fire and burning peoples … arnt these themake which are always catching fire and burning peoples houoses down


No.

kick_u_in_the_nuts

arnt these themake which are always catching fire and burning peoples … arnt these themake which are always catching fire and burning peoples houoses down



yes they are,avoid at all costs. Cheaply made,Turkish brand

They did have a fire risk recalll on a tumble dryer, but that's not unique and I imagine that trading standards are watching them extra carefully now.

frozenreyn

yes they are,avoid at all costs. Cheaply made,Turkish brand


you'd be great on an Onkyo deal!

Beko are the better budget manufacturers. Did quite a bit of research recently and ended up buying a 10kg 1400 Beko from AO.com for £279. Good machine.

Its hotpoint and indesit that have had occurences of blowing up/catching fire, avoid those at all cost!

snagzie

Beko are the better budget manufacturers. Did quite a bit of research … Beko are the better budget manufacturers. Did quite a bit of research recently and ended up buying a 10kg 1400 Beko from AO.com for £279. Good machine.Its hotpoint and indesit that have had occurences of blowing up/catching fire, avoid those at all cost!



bbc.co.uk/new…779

bluraymond

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-37013779



Well it's clear I didn't research very well >.

Their tumble dryers catch fire, their fridges catch fire, their washing machines chuck a brick through your worktop or shatter the glass on the front.

And people want to take a chance because it's cheap. Good luck is all I can say.
Edited by: "edwardecl" 23rd Aug 2016

all brands are crap nowadays, they aren't built to last, just to be replaced. and beko is one of the better brands. though mine abit noisy at times tbh, but its does what it says on the tin for £150 ish

Just sayin:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2294062/500-000-homes-dishwasher-risk-alert-Bosch-appliances-burst-flames.html

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-34901765
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3183412/Could-fridge-burn-house-t-switch-packed-inflammable-insulation-toxic-gas-s-dangerous-appliance-all.html

Bosch, Siemens, Hotpoint, Creda, Beko, Philips, to name but a few. Not necessarily the cheap ones. Actually it was a Hotpoint / Indesit 1600 spin model type that threw bricks around the kitchen.

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