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Beko WMB91243LW 9KG 1200 Spin Washing Machine £199.00 @ Argos
Beko WMB91243LW 9KG 1200 Spin Washing Machine £199.00 @ Argos

Beko WMB91243LW 9KG 1200 Spin Washing Machine £199.00 @ Argos

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Down in price to £199.00 delivered. This large 9KG A+++ rated washing machine is fantastic. I purchased this model six months ago and it's been a great purchase. It has loads of settings, quick wash 15 mins, 40 degree wash only 50 minutes and on some of the programmes you can vary the spin and temperature control. Duvets as well. My electric bill is less compared to my old Bosch machine as I don't need to use it every day due to the higher 9KG load capacity. Most importantly...It washes everything nice and clean. Also available on Argos Ebay as well.

Overview:
•9kg wash capacity.
•16 programmes.
•Variable spin speed.
•Variable temperature.
•39 minute quick wash.
•Size H85, W60, D60cm.

Programmes:
•Baby.
•Economy.
•Hand wash.
•Pre-wash option.
•Refresh.
•Wool.

Controls:
•LED display.
•24 hours delayed start.

Performance:
•Energy efficiency class A+++.
•Spin speed 1200rpm.
•Estimated annual energy consumption: 216kW/year.
•Estimated annual water consumption: 11000 litres/year.
•Estimated energy consumption per cycle: 0.95kWh.
•Spinning performance rating B.
•Washing performance rating A.
•53% moisture remaining after 60° cycle.

General features:
•Child lock.
•Cold water fill.
•Overflow protection.
•Pause facility.
•EAN: 5023790037037.

22 Comments

Avergae

Seems OK to me, John Lewis has it at £239

I've got the WMB91233LW, not sure of the difference between mine and this one, mine's also 9KG/1200RPM. I've had it 3 or 4 months. Seems OK to me, I wish it played a tune when it had finished though like my Beko tumble dryer does, as I often put the washing on and go out and the tune is a good reminder, it doesn't have this feature, but I guess I can live without it.

Edited by: "fishmaster" 29th Aug 2016

fishmaster

I've got the WMB91233LW, not sure of the difference between mine and this … I've got the WMB91233LW, not sure of the difference between mine and this one, mine's also 9KG/1200RPM. I've had it 3 or 4 months. Seems OK to me, I wish it played a tune when it had finished though like my Beko tumble dryer does, as I often put the washing on and go out and the tune is a good reminder, it doesn't have this feature, but I guess I can live without it.


Just leave a note by your front door

fishmaster

I've got the WMB91233LW, not sure of the difference between mine and this … I've got the WMB91233LW, not sure of the difference between mine and this one, mine's also 9KG/1200RPM. I've had it 3 or 4 months. Seems OK to me, I wish it played a tune when it had finished though like my Beko tumble dryer does, as I often put the washing on and go out and the tune is a good reminder, it doesn't have this feature, but I guess I can live without it.



Just put your tumble drier on at the same time as the washing machine then.

Beko tend to used sealed drums so bearings go and you throw away rather than DIY repair , Beko fridge freezers and dishwashers are fine but their washing machines don't seem to last

linhang90

Avergae



Below avergae spelling too!

I've got an 8kg Beko that cost me £199 from argos about 8yrs ago, , been fine so far, fingers crossed (_;)
Edited by: "Spankey22" 29th Aug 2016

This one is one of the better "true" Beko washing machines. i.e made in turkey rather than China. We are contracted to service them in the north of England and I've only once known the drum bearings go on any Beko, and only replace the tubs due to damage from misuse as trying to wash coins for example! Cheap to buy. Easy to fix and last as long as any other midrange machine. Go for it! Mind you, I saw these in a certain Indian food shop a while back for only £169!

krlbrd

Just put your tumble drier on at the same time as the washing machine … Just put your tumble drier on at the same time as the washing machine then.



​Yeah that makes perfect sense, I wouldn't have anything to dry as it would all be in the washing machine

This is a good washing machine , had it about 3 months

fishmaster

I've got the WMB91233LW, not sure of the difference between mine and this … I've got the WMB91233LW, not sure of the difference between mine and this one, mine's also 9KG/1200RPM. I've had it 3 or 4 months. Seems OK to me, I wish it played a tune when it had finished though like my Beko tumble dryer does, as I often put the washing on and go out and the tune is a good reminder, it doesn't have this feature, but I guess I can live without it.


Set the timer on your phone.

linhang90

Avergae


You aver gae what?

Great washing machine with some fast cycles however door handle broke on mine just out of warranty...

We have had this for about 4 years. It is just now starting to 'break down' with the wash settings not going on what you select. We use it daily though with big washes so it's done us a turn.

browntoa

Beko tend to used sealed drums so bearings go and you throw away rather … Beko tend to used sealed drums so bearings go and you throw away rather than DIY repair , Beko fridge freezers and dishwashers are fine but their washing machines don't seem to last


Which companies don't use sealed drums,are'nt they all built the same now,except maybe premium one's from Miele ect.

Edited by: "lightrider" 30th Aug 2016

Bought a Beko 5kg one over 5 years ago and has been used every single day (no joke). It is still going strong. Thank God.

Up to £229 now

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Expired? £229.99 now

fishmaster

​Yeah that makes perfect sense, I wouldn't have anything to dry as it w … ​Yeah that makes perfect sense, I wouldn't have anything to dry as it would all be in the washing machine



But at least you'd know when your washing has finished. I'm just trying to solve you're lack of finishing tune problem.

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krlbrd

But at least you'd know when your washing has finished. I'm just trying … But at least you'd know when your washing has finished. I'm just trying to solve you're lack of finishing tune problem.



I think the suggestion to put a timer on my phone is a good one, although it's possible to forget. It's a shame they didn't implement the tune in to the washing machine like the tumble dryer. You can't fail to notice then as the tune plays every 30secs-1minute.
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