Beko WMB91233LW 9Kg A+++ Washing Machine  was £259 now £199 @ AO
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Beko WMB91233LW 9Kg A+++ Washing Machine was £259 now £199 @ AO

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Found 27th Dec 2015
With a large 9kg capacity and 15 fantastic programmes, this Beko freestanding washing machine is perfect for busy households. If you have little ones, you’ll love the baby cycle. It uses extra rinsing and washes for longer to remove all detergent residue, so it’s great for sensitive skin. For stubborn stains, there’s the intensive cycle that powerfully and deeply washes clothes. And you’ll save time with the 14 minute quick wash, that’s ideal for busy evenings. This EcoSmart model has an A+++ rating, so it’s highly economical too.
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Good price for a 9kg machine!
Very good price though I believe energy efficiency is meaningless.

VW style, your 60C wash will likely wash at a lower temperature, as low as 43C to achieve that A+++
Your right there its a lesser temp but equivalent of washing at 60c. Hard to believe that you will only save around a tenner if a++ compared to a C or d old washer. Im only repeating what ive read by the techs online
Better quality than most Samsungs!
Excellent value 9kg unit. Way better than the name suggests.
Does this come with a free smoke detector?
AVANTIME

Does this come with a free smoke detector?


Why, don't you have one? Maybe invest in one before buying any more electrical items.
damadgeruk

Why, don't you have one? Maybe invest in one before buying any more … Why, don't you have one? Maybe invest in one before buying any more electrical items.



I have a Miele darling, even puts fires out
boom!! oO
AVANTIME

I have a Miele darling, even puts fires out




So you like paying over the odds for washing machines I see...:p

Edited by: "bellboys" 27th Dec 2015
bellboys

So you like paying over the odds for washing machines I see...:p



Not really, was the cheapest price it's ever been, also last about the same amount of time as 4 Beko's
AVANTIME

I have a Miele darling, even puts fires out



Typical German make, always thinking of the inevitable
This is a HOT deal... These machines are brilliant, am a bit surprised at why it's not hotter.
AVANTIME

Not really, was the cheapest price it's ever been, also last about the … Not really, was the cheapest price it's ever been, also last about the same amount of time as 4 Beko's



I bought a second hand Indesit washing machine for £50 when I moved in to my house nearly 6 years ago, it's doing a full load of washing as I write this. I've probably squandered the difference between the cost of my machine and a Miele on drink and drugs, was a fun time though
Bought a beko last year. Never again. Failed twice in a month with different faults. Then a 3rd time at which point I said I don't want it repaired I want a different make.
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Babbler

Bought a beko last year. Never again. Failed twice in a month with … Bought a beko last year. Never again. Failed twice in a month with different faults. Then a 3rd time at which point I said I don't want it repaired I want a different make.



Fortunately your experince is that of the minority. Beko has hundreds of excellent reviews on various online retailers sites, with an average score 4.5 out of 5 and some models even have above 4.5 scores.

Edited by: "h4hassan" 27th Dec 2015
Joefez

Good price for a 9kg machine!



Surely this machine is heavier than 9kg ? oO
h4hassan

Fortunately your experince is that of the minority. Beko has hundreds … Fortunately your experince is that of the minority. Beko has hundreds of excellent reviews on various online retailers sites, with an average score 4.5 out of 5 and some models even have above 4.5 scores.


Yup. I'd have given it 4.5 or 5 if reviewed within 1 or 2 weeks like most reviews are. No one waits a year to review a purchase. That's the problem with reviews. They don't indicate longevity of the machine.
HARRIA01

Your right there its a lesser temp but equivalent of washing at 60c. Hard … Your right there its a lesser temp but equivalent of washing at 60c. Hard to believe that you will only save around a tenner if a++ compared to a C or d old washer. Im only repeating what ive read by the techs online



The eco washes are squeezing by longer wash lower tem and less water.

Our experience(with a Bosch) is that we can't be bothered much of the time to wait for the 3hr eco washes so just go with the normal ones just over an hour.
(same options with this Beko)

I suspect a lot of people with do similar some(much?) of the time.

What we probably should do is load and use the delay start option.

The other reality is many of don't have dirty clothes and can probably get away with the super quick wash much of the time.
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