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BEKO WTB840E1W 8 kg 1400 Spin Washing Machine £189 @ Currys
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BEKO WTB840E1W 8 kg 1400 Spin Washing Machine £189 @ Currys

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Posted 5th Oct

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Not a bad price for a decent load and a pretty fast spin machine
  • Capacity: 8 kg
  • Spin speed: 1400 rpm
  • Quick wash time: 28 minutes for 8 kg
  • Energy rating: A+++

Top features:

- Wash your clothes quickly with the Daily Quick program

- DrumClean Program keeps your washing machine hygienic

- Clean every type of garment with 15 programs to choose from

- Slim depth saves space in your kitchen

Wash your clothes quickly

Spilled something down the outfit you were planning on wearing tonight? That won't be an issue with the Beko WTB840E1W 8 kg 1400 Spin Washing Machine Daily Quick program, which can wash a whole load in just 28 minutes. Your clothes will be clean and ready to wear exactly when you need them.

DrumClean Program
Killing bacteria at 70°C, the Beko WTB840E1W DrumClean program makes sure your laundry is hygienic and fresh with every wash. Your clothes will be clean and bacteria-free.
Clean every type of garment

Whether you need to wash wools or synthetics, the Beko WTB840E1W has you sorted with 15 program settings to choose from. There are also two eco programs, so you can be kinder to the environment while keeping your clothes pristine.
Slim depth
Perfect for smaller homes, the Beko WTB840E1W has a slim depth which can squeeze into the tiniest of spaces in your kitchen. Not only small, the Beko WTB840E1W is also energy efficient with an A+++ rating, so you can save money on your energy bills while also saving space in your home.
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I own this. Had it for 2 years and I had to replace the water pump on it and now the dispenser for the fabric conditioner needs replacing. The clothes don't get washed any good on them either. Clothes are still coming out stained. Not worth it.
Fatchops1105/10/2019 22:54

If you want to waste your money buy a Beko they are terrible usually last …If you want to waste your money buy a Beko they are terrible usually last around 2/3yrs


My friends beko is still running after 5 years, he bought a big 10kg load and his had a inverter motor.
Apart from a little part on the door which
He had to replace, which cost him a few quid.
Still running, Family using every day.
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I own this. Had it for 2 years and I had to replace the water pump on it and now the dispenser for the fabric conditioner needs replacing. The clothes don't get washed any good on them either. Clothes are still coming out stained. Not worth it.
If you want to waste your money buy a Beko they are terrible usually last around 2/3yrs
Fatchops1105/10/2019 22:54

If you want to waste your money buy a Beko they are terrible usually last …If you want to waste your money buy a Beko they are terrible usually last around 2/3yrs


My friends beko is still running after 5 years, he bought a big 10kg load and his had a inverter motor.
Apart from a little part on the door which
He had to replace, which cost him a few quid.
Still running, Family using every day.
always check spin performance(not speed)
Spinning Efficiency Class B
Remaining Moisture 53% that's the bottom of the B rating 45%<54%

Look for A rate spin performance < 45% if using dryers or indoors.
Edited by: "getmore4less" 7th Oct
Duplicate of the deal posted last week. hotukdeals.com/dea…483

No temperature control button on this model so you won't be able to change any programme's preset temperature.
Edited by: "Robbo11" 7th Oct
Robbo1106/10/2019 19:17

Duplicate of the deal posted last week. No temperature control button on …Duplicate of the deal posted last week. No temperature control button on this model so you won't be able to change any programme's preset temperature.


You can, but it has a daft design (some Bosch models have the same too) where the programme and temperature settings are on the same dial. On other machines you have separate controls for fabric/programme and temperature, etc. So you can have Cottons / cold - 20 - 40 - 60 -90, Synthetics / cold - 20 - 40 - 60, Wool / cold - 20 - 40 and so forth.
On this one (check the photos here: beko.co.uk/a-8…ite ) you still have choices but far fewer. Eg. you only get Woolens at 40 degrees (and can't wash wool with cold water), prewash is only available at cottons 60 and so forth.
My current hotpoint is over 15 years old and does a 40C wash in 1 Hour 20 mins. All these newer ones seem to take ages because they use less water which may save energy but the motor spins about 3 times longer and wears the non replaceable bearings out faster from what have read. Does anyone know if any of the Beko or Indesit etc... do what I would call an old school normal wash?

For £10 more is this model worth the extra for selecting temperature and spin speeds?

ao.com/pro…spx
True, it’s Turkish rub
Had a beko before that we used for so long we ended up giving it away still fully functional.

Got a Panasonic which lasted 2 years then broke. Found out it was one of their cheaper co-manufactured versions which aren't good.

I then bought this model which is running well for about 6 months and clothes come out good.

I hate the wash cycles though as they all seem to take to long and the manual might as well be in turkish.

Cheap and does a good job so not complaining to much.
Zee_ZeeKPb05/10/2019 19:22

I own this. Had it for 2 years and I had to replace the water pump on it …I own this. Had it for 2 years and I had to replace the water pump on it and now the dispenser for the fabric conditioner needs replacing. The clothes don't get washed any good on them either. Clothes are still coming out stained. Not worth it.


What do you recommend?
I would recommend a siemens machine - one with a 5 yr warranty.

Most parts in most modern washing machines can be replaced relatively easily - except for the bearings. This is where the 5 yr warranty is worth it's weight in gold.

Look at cost of ownership per year - that's the best way to calculate value for this type of appliance.

Also - once a month - run the machine empty, on a short cycle at 90 degrees - for maintainence. Using a cheap washing machine cleaning/maintainence fluid is a good idea, during this maintainence cycle. Always read the label.

Also - there is a compartment on most washing machines called a 'coin catcher'. Empty it once a month.

Lastly - its very important to buy a few fine mesh laundry bags - for small items of clothing & undergarments that contain wire. If clothing gets trapped between the steel drum and the tub that surrounds it - it will be near impossible to stop it blocking & damaging the pump. No warranty call out will cover this scenario for free.
Edited by: "Libertas" 7th Oct
I've had a Beko for 5 years, without any problems. Bought it new for about £175, with the possibility it might only last a couple of years.
It's been a great machine, but have to say that the "time saver" wash is an absolute waste of time, and water that it is supposedly saving! The normal washes do a thorough wash.
I was offered a service plan at £85 a year, which is rediculous, as after 2 years, it would have cost me more than a new machine!!
Fatchops1105/10/2019 22:54

If you want to waste your money buy a Beko they are terrible usually last …If you want to waste your money buy a Beko they are terrible usually last around 2/3yrs


Mine is still going after 5 years, 3-4 washes a week. Beko have invested heavily in R&D lately. In terms of reliability, they're at least on a par with everything that's churned out by Whirlpool if not better. Bosch and Miele are supposed to be better, but at more than double the cost.
I'm trying to buy a new washing machine and fridge freezer at the moment, and honestly, it's doing my head in. So much BS out there that I distrust all but the most expensive brands which, although I could afford, just don't make sense for a single man.

Libertas above mentions going for a Siemens which will give a 5 year warranty, I like that idea but I've read in other threads that their after sales care is appalling, and they often refuse to honour warranty claims. I hate rewarding companies like that by giving them my cash.

I just want simple models of each, no need for bells and whistles, just solid functionality and reliable performance. Why does that seem so hard nowadays?

John Lewis sell all machines with a 2 year warranty, or their own brand with a 3 year warranty, but they don't seem to stock any of the simpler machines that Which magazine recommend.

Spending money should be fun, not a headache. Grrrr
If you don't fancy this one...try the EBAC deal that was posted last weekend it's got a 7 year parts and labour warranty and is the only uk manufacturer
RoscoPeeeColtrane07/10/2019 10:33

I'm trying to buy a new washing machine and fridge freezer at the moment, …I'm trying to buy a new washing machine and fridge freezer at the moment, and honestly, it's doing my head in. So much BS out there that I distrust all but the most expensive brands which, although I could afford, just don't make sense for a single man.Libertas above mentions going for a Siemens which will give a 5 year warranty, I like that idea but I've read in other threads that their after sales care is appalling, and they often refuse to honour warranty claims. I hate rewarding companies like that by giving them my cash.I just want simple models of each, no need for bells and whistles, just solid functionality and reliable performance. Why does that seem so hard nowadays?John Lewis sell all machines with a 2 year warranty, or their own brand with a 3 year warranty, but they don't seem to stock any of the simpler machines that Which magazine recommend.Spending money should be fun, not a headache. Grrrr


Zanussi make JL own brand machines,
Have read on other threads.
I would make sure it is a big load (bearings will be Stronger) and inverter motor or direct drive.
How about LG washing machines? Would they compare to Bosch?
bazray07/10/2019 08:31

My current hotpoint is over 15 years old and does a 40C wash in 1 Hour 20 …My current hotpoint is over 15 years old and does a 40C wash in 1 Hour 20 mins. All these newer ones seem to take ages because they use less water which may save energy but the motor spins about 3 times longer and wears the non replaceable bearings out faster from what have read. Does anyone know if any of the Beko or Indesit etc... do what I would call an old school normal wash?For £10 more is this model worth the extra for selecting temperature and spin speeds?https://ao.com/product/wtg841b2w-beko-washing-machine-white-48411-1.aspx


Yes
RoscoPeeeColtrane07/10/2019 10:33

I'm trying to buy a new washing machine and fridge freezer at the moment, …I'm trying to buy a new washing machine and fridge freezer at the moment, and honestly, it's doing my head in. So much BS out there that I distrust all but the most expensive brands which, although I could afford, just don't make sense for a single man.Libertas above mentions going for a Siemens which will give a 5 year warranty, I like that idea but I've read in other threads that their after sales care is appalling, and they often refuse to honour warranty claims. I hate rewarding companies like that by giving them my cash.I just want simple models of each, no need for bells and whistles, just solid functionality and reliable performance. Why does that seem so hard nowadays?John Lewis sell all machines with a 2 year warranty, or their own brand with a 3 year warranty, but they don't seem to stock any of the simpler machines that Which magazine recommend.Spending money should be fun, not a headache. Grrrr


Get yourself a Beko but higher up the range and pay the lowest price possible by doing Google searches. Miele are probably the best and should last 15 to 20 years, BUT prices start at £900
azual07/10/2019 11:45

How about LG washing machines? Would they compare to Bosch?


Both good mid range machines. I prefer Bosch
Years ago we had a Ariston and that did a average of 3 washes a day and lasted 25 years....their logo of "Ariston goes on and on" was bang on
I prefer any washing machine that has a brushless inverter motor myself as two of our previous 3 washing machines had to have the brushes replaced. We currently have a 3 year old Beko ProSmart inverter model which is quieter, has a A+++ energy efficiency rating and a 10-year motor parts warranty.
bazray07/10/2019 08:31

For £10 more is this model worth the extra for selecting temperature and …For £10 more is this model worth the extra for selecting temperature and spin speeds?https://ao.com/product/wtg841b2w-beko-washing-machine-white-48411-1.aspx


I believe so yes, with more programme versatility for that extra tenner. If you think the programmes take too long, you can also use the fast+ button on that model to reduce the times.
Edited by: "Robbo11" 7th Oct
The dial and door look identical to my Siemens machine. Anyone got this, or another Beko and can comment on the build quality?
like for the thread, dislike for the beko
Thanks for posting @youchoose we have added this to the Highlights section
Crap mines 3 months old and dances around the kitchen and yes it's level
Only decent wash takes 3 hours and having to use calgon for the first time as the clothes were coming out with smell of detergent build up
wanderer07/10/2019 22:25

Crap mines 3 months old and dances around the kitchen and yes it's …Crap mines 3 months old and dances around the kitchen and yes it's levelOnly decent wash takes 3 hours and having to use calgon for the first time as the clothes were coming out with smell of detergent build up



Have you taken the bolts out the back?
wanderer07/10/2019 22:25

Crap mines 3 months old and dances around the kitchen and yes it's level.


You need a set of these. amazon.co.uk/Ant…JZE

I had the same problem with my old Hotpoint washing machine so I bought and fitted these and they worked a treat. No more floor walking. I have also used them under my Beko washing machine since new for the last 3 years and as well as keeping it in place, they also help reduce the spin noise level created by the vibration on my laminate kitchen floor tiles.
Edited by: "Robbo11" 7th Oct
youchoose07/10/2019 22:34

Have you taken the bolts out the back?


Yes, not stupid just a crap quality machine
My old and trusted Indesit passed away this morning aged nearly 20 years so I went to put this on order at Curry's and agreed delivery next Monday and then got to the part where they said it was on order from their supplier and they expected stock within 21 days. I was surprised at how stupid that was and then I remembered I was dealing with Curry's. Now that I have read the other comments on here I think I will head upmarket a bit.
price showing 208 for me
twiggy23209/10/2019 14:33

price showing 208 for me



Thay have bumped it up again....I hope you got one beforehand. I'll expire this
azual07/10/2019 09:28

What do you recommend?


I own a Samsung washing machine and the clothes come out fine on them. Not replaced a single part on it. Looks great too. I believe there has been the smaller version of the one I've got posted today in white.
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