Beko WMS6100W 1000 Spin, 6kg Load Washing Machine - White @ Very £139.00
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Beko WMS6100W 1000 Spin, 6kg Load Washing Machine - White @ Very £139.00

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Found 18th Jan 2016
Beko WMS6100W 1000 Spin, 6kg Load Washing Machine - White £139
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Thanks . Used the £30 of for new customers too.
daz2hall

Thanks . Used the £30 of for new customers too.



What code is that, please?

Guess you meant using the £30 code where you will be given a £30 Credit? If so, that's not exactly £30 off, although it's not bad.
Edited by: "kaizhu79" 18th Jan 2016
1400 spin Beko was (is?) just £149 from Curry's.
Spin is poor on this one, but it's cheap. Personally I'd look for faster spin, which in turn means less drying time, as more water is released from the clothes and saves energy.
Now £149
fishmaster

saves energy.



What about in Summer when you're drying your clothes outside? A faster spin would actually use more energy in that case.
1000 spin? Cheap but that is slow in this day and age.
kaizhu79

What code is that, please?Guess you meant using the £30 code where you … What code is that, please?Guess you meant using the £30 code where you will be given a £30 Credit? If so, that's not exactly £30 off, although it's not bad.



Well it is you get £30 credit in your account to pay £30 off the total owed
ollie87

What about in Summer when you're drying your clothes outside? A faster … What about in Summer when you're drying your clothes outside? A faster spin would actually use more energy in that case.



​Do we actually get a summer?
ollie87

What about in Summer when you're drying your clothes outside? A faster … What about in Summer when you're drying your clothes outside? A faster spin would actually use more energy in that case.



What, all 2 weeks for the year. What about the other 50 weeks?
ollie87

What about in Summer when you're drying your clothes outside? A faster … What about in Summer when you're drying your clothes outside? A faster spin would actually use more energy in that case.



You can usually drop the spin speed, so having the option of a faster spin is always better.
fishmaster

You can usually drop the spin speed, so having the option of a faster … You can usually drop the spin speed, so having the option of a faster spin is always better.



What if you can't afford a faster spin?
fishmaster

Spin is poor on this one, but it's cheap. Personally I'd look for faster … Spin is poor on this one, but it's cheap. Personally I'd look for faster spin, which in turn means less drying time, as more water is released from the clothes and saves energy.



That made no sense at all.

It will use the energy that its rated to use and slower spinning machines tend to use less than faster spinning machines. The clothes will come out of the machine full of water regardless of how fast it was spun and drying time has very little to do with a washing machine it will depend on weather you use a dryer or how warm and sunny it is.
Beko are the best out of the cheap budget machines.
ollie87

What if you can't afford a faster spin?



You can't afford it as your tumble dryer bills are too high, due to your poor spin. Invest and save.
ro53ben

You can't afford it as your tumble dryer bills are too high, due to your … You can't afford it as your tumble dryer bills are too high, due to your poor spin. Invest and save.



What if you can't afford a tumble dryer?
eraldo

That made no sense at all.It will use the energy that its rated to use … That made no sense at all.It will use the energy that its rated to use and slower spinning machines tend to use less than faster spinning machines. The clothes will come out of the machine full of water regardless of how fast it was spun and drying time has very little to do with a washing machine it will depend on weather you use a dryer or how warm and sunny it is.


You're both right and wrong at the same time. The washer will use only the energy it is rated to use, correct. But it's how that energy is used. It may be used for either heating the water, the wash cycle or spinning the clothes at the end. You can make a washer use less energy simply by making the spin cycle slower or shorter. This improves the energy rating, sure but it means the clothes come out wetter. On the rare occasion you can put the clothes outside to dry, that doesn't, but for a large proportion of the year you will be drying using artificial means at a cost which is higher than simply spinning it better in the first place.
ollie87

What if you can't afford a tumble dryer?



That's because you're wasting your money using your inefficient central heating to dry your clothes.
ro53ben

That's because you're wasting your money using your inefficient central … That's because you're wasting your money using your inefficient central heating to dry your clothes.



What if you can't afford central heating?
ollie87

What if you can't afford central heating?



That's because you spend all your time being pedantic on the internet, get a real job
ro53ben

That's because you spend all your time being pedantic on the internet, … That's because you spend all your time being pedantic on the internet, get a real job



What if I'm too poor and I live in a van down by a river?
eraldo

That made no sense at all.It will use the energy that its rated to use … That made no sense at all.It will use the energy that its rated to use and slower spinning machines tend to use less than faster spinning machines. The clothes will come out of the machine full of water regardless of how fast it was spun and drying time has very little to do with a washing machine it will depend on weather you use a dryer or how warm and sunny it is.



Of course it makes sense, if it doesn't then why have a faster spin speed on models? What do you think the faster spin is for if it's useless. Faster spin means more water extracted from the clothes..oh why bother explaining the obvious
ollie87

What if I'm too poor and I live in a van down by a river?



Bored now.
ro53ben

Bored now.



What if I haven't got any arms or legs?

My point being that none of this stops this from being a good deal. I'm sick of the HUKD knob brigade saying something is a crap deal and not offering an alternative.
Edited by: "ollie87" 19th Jan 2016
ollie87

What if I haven't got any arms or legs?My point being that none of this … What if I haven't got any arms or legs?My point being that none of this stops this from being a good deal. I'm sick of the HUKD knob brigade saying something is a crap deal and not offering an alternative.



Your point is invalid. I'm sick of the HUKD myopic brigade who only ever look at the purchase price of a deal and never the running costs. A product that costs you considerably more run than an alternative can never be a good deal.
ro53ben

Your point is invalid. I'm sick of the HUKD myopic brigade who only ever … Your point is invalid. I'm sick of the HUKD myopic brigade who only ever look at the purchase price of a deal and never the running costs. A product that costs you considerably more run than an alternative can never be a good deal.



My point still stands - if you want to post wild claims you'd better do the maths to back it up. Post a machine that is cheaper to run over it's lifetime including initial purchase price with the calculations to back it up. A "fact" without evidence is nonsense is what I was taught in school.

It's not being myopic, it's being realistic.
Edited by: "ollie87" 20th Jan 2016
This is a site to help people save money.

Some people clearly just can't be helped.
ro53ben

This is a site to help people save money.Some people clearly just can't … This is a site to help people save money.Some people clearly just can't be helped.



What is unreasonable about expecting evidence to back up claims? You're just being an **** now.
ollie87

What is unreasonable about expecting evidence to back up claims? You're … What is unreasonable about expecting evidence to back up claims? You're just being an **** now.



It's not evidence, it's common sense. If you'd like evidence, try the following.

1) Fill your bath with water.
2) Pull out the plug and wait for it to drain empty.
3) Using a hairdryer, see how much electricity it takes to blow dry all the drips in the bath.

Now do the same again but this time, in stage 2, only let out half of the water. Try and blow dry half a bath full of water and see how much energy you use. Clue - it will take hours.

Both baths will get you just as clean, just one of them will take hours and many kWh of energy to dry.

Same with a washing machine spinner. If it doesn't get rid of all the water, it costs you a LOT more to dry. It doesn't show in the cheap buying price of the washer. It doesn't show in the running costs of the washer. It will certainly show when you're trying to dry them.

There may not be a waser that has a better cost/energy ratio than this one. That's not the point. Any perceived savings will massively increase your drying costs. It's much cheaper to empty the bath than to blow dry it.
ro53ben

It's not evidence, it's common sense. If you'd like evidence, try the … It's not evidence, it's common sense. If you'd like evidence, try the following.1) Fill your bath with water.2) Pull out the plug and wait for it to drain empty.3) Using a hairdryer, see how much electricity it takes to blow dry all the drips in the bath.Now do the same again but this time, in stage 2, only let out half of the water. Try and blow dry half a bath full of water and see how much energy you use. Clue - it will take hours.Both baths will get you just as clean, just one of them will take hours and many kWh of energy to dry.Same with a washing machine spinner. If it doesn't get rid of all the water, it costs you a LOT more to dry. It doesn't show in the cheap buying price of the washer. It doesn't show in the running costs of the washer. It will certainly show when you're trying to dry them.There may not be a waser that has a better cost/energy ratio than this one. That's not the point. Any perceived savings will massively increase your drying costs. It's much cheaper to empty the bath than to blow dry it.



That's not a comparable test. You need to factor in the cost of spinning the washing harder against the cost of your heating - although if your heating is on any way you need to allow for that.

Also the room where I dry my clothes has my gaming PC with a very warm running AMD GPU.
Displacing water will always be massively cheaper than vaporising it, there's a reason animals shake themselves after coming out of the water. Dyson hand dryers work by moving the water off your hands with cold air instead of trying to evaporate the water with hot air, as was the case wth traditional inefficient dryers.

Whether your central heating is on or off is irrelevant, drying clothes takes heat from the room. If your heating is on in the spare room and then you put some wet clothes on the dryer in there, the room will cool down.The radiator will then emit extra heat energy to replace it, which needs to come from your boiler which uses fuel. If the clothes are dripping wet, a lot more fuel will required to dry the clothes. Spinning them properly will reduce the energy needed from your heating, just as it would in a tumble dryer. A modern tumble dryer can actually be more efficient than drying yur clothes on a radiator.

Buy an Intel chip next time, they run cooler :-)
ollie87

That's not a comparable test. You need to factor in the cost of spinning … That's not a comparable test. You need to factor in the cost of spinning the washing harder against the cost of your heating - although if your heating is on any way you need to allow for that.Also the room where I dry my clothes has my gaming PC with a very warm running AMD GPU.



I do not do the washing at home but my wife would never spin faster than 800, our machine is capable of 1400. The clothes come out much less creased and less strain on the clothes so they look good longer, not to mention reduced ironing time.
The clothes do not go into a tumble dryer until aired on line or on a maiden.
This might not prove much cheaper but it works for us.
My daughter spins everything as fast as possible but there is a massive difference in the end result.

ivadeal

I do not do the washing at home but my wife would never spin faster than … I do not do the washing at home but my wife would never spin faster than 800, our machine is capable of 1400. The clothes come out much less creased and less strain on the clothes so they look good longer, not to mention reduced ironing time.The clothes do not go into a tumble dryer until aired on line or on a maiden.This might not prove much cheaper but it works for us.My daughter spins everything as fast as possible but there is a massive difference in the end result.



​u hit the nail on the head i was going through and nobody talked about the creases but having seen clothes come out of a beko washing machine i didnt know what spin speed it was mine is a hoover and speed is kept at 1000 clothes come out alot dryer than the beko not sure what speed that's running at also. it took about 3.5 hours to finish the was main things should be shown like how long and dry the clothes will he and how creased also i don't think this has a Anti crease feature anyone know if they would be able to add how dry clothes are could be measured
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