Beko WTG921B2W 9Kg Washing Machine  White £189 @ AO
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Beko WTG921B2W 9Kg Washing Machine White £189 @ AO

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Found 5th Jan
Good price for a large 9kg Beko washing machine and free delivery

  • 9kg Drum
  • Fast laundry days – washes a full load in 28 minutes
  • Programme for mixed fabrics
  • Setting for cleaning the drum, preventing odours
  • Dimensions (cm) - H84 x W60 x D60
  • Max spin speed 1200 RPM
  • Energy Rating A+++
  • Spin Performance B
  • 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty



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Perfect timing champix. It's hogbob's birthday soon
2.5% cashback at quidco
Will make a lovely paperweight in a few years.
This UK White goods verdict on Beko:

"Most Beko washing machines we would think are rated for about 1-1500 cycles on the better specified models and lower, in some cases a fair bit lower, on entry level models and we would therefore not recommend them if you do much more than the national average of around 250 washes per year."

The last two Korean LG washers lasted between 3000-3500 cycles, however the current generation are manufactured in Poland, so hopefully LG will still maintain strict quality control.
Edited by: "TheHun6" 5th Jan
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TheHun61 h, 3 m ago

This UK White goods verdict on Beko:"Most Beko washing machines we would …This UK White goods verdict on Beko:"Most Beko washing machines we would think are rated for about 1-1500 cycles on the better specified models and lower, in some cases a fair bit lower, on entry level models and we would therefore not recommend them if you do much more than the national average of around 250 washes per year."The last two Korean LG washers lasted between 3000-3500 cycles, however the current generation are manufactured in Poland, so hopefully LG will still maintain strict quality control.


So LG make them in Poland just like Samsung? Just asking as mines a Samsung
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Misslovely27 m ago

So LG make them in Poland just like Samsung? Just asking as mines a Samsung


Yes, took a look inside the door and there it was. So, Samsung is too then? Interesting...
These are good machines. I have had a Beko 9kg 1200rpm spin in Black for nearly 5 years now using it 2 or 3 times a day pretty much every day and no problems at all. I wouldn't hesitate to buy another one if I needed to. Much better than Hotpoint or Hoover which seem to give up the day after the 12 month warranty expires. The only thing I do is use the self clean cycle a couple of times a month and some washing machine cleaner bought for 70p from Poundstretcher.
Mmmm tempted with this...mines finally given up so needs replacing..have a slightly bigger budget than this but it seems to tick all the boxes... especially as I've found it forb174.99 in Boots..any other deals for this sort of price?
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Teznicholls4 m ago

Mmmm tempted with this...mines finally given up so needs replacing..have a …Mmmm tempted with this...mines finally given up so needs replacing..have a slightly bigger budget than this but it seems to tick all the boxes... especially as I've found it forb174.99 in Boots..any other deals for this sort of price?




Boots is a white label site run by AO - the £174.99 does not include the £20 delivery so would be better off buying from AO as works out cheaper.
Being a 47 year old engineer I've had experience with many makes of washing machine and I have to say my Beko lasted 3 years. The shortest lived machine of any other make was 10 years. Normally the bearings have failed but never the motor. Was a common fault on my model which I hoped wouldn't be the case as one reason I bought it was because it was brushless. Hotpoint and Beko are now on my avoid lists. Hotpoint dryer was a replacement for a perfectly good indesit albeit at risk of catching fire, the only risk with my hotpoint is it might dry something within 4 hours and 3 attempts. Customer care was diabolical too given I had to threaten them with court after the replacement failed at 13 months. You live and learn.
liamf125 h, 45 m ago

Being a 47 year old engineer I've had experience with many makes of …Being a 47 year old engineer I've had experience with many makes of washing machine and I have to say my Beko lasted 3 years. The shortest lived machine of any other make was 10 years. Normally the bearings have failed but never the motor. Was a common fault on my model which I hoped wouldn't be the case as one reason I bought it was because it was brushless. Hotpoint and Beko are now on my avoid lists. Hotpoint dryer was a replacement for a perfectly good indesit albeit at risk of catching fire, the only risk with my hotpoint is it might dry something within 4 hours and 3 attempts. Customer care was diabolical too given I had to threaten them with court after the replacement failed at 13 months. You live and learn.


So in the reliability pecking order would you agree it goes something like this? 1. Miele 2. Siemens 3.LG 4. Bosch 5. Samsung 6. AEG 7. Other Electrolux Group Washers. What I have noticed lately is other manufacturers following LG's lead of utilising inverter motors
So should be much quieter with less vibration and more reliable. At the cheaper end of the scale I'd be interested to know if any of the new kids on the block, such as Hisense are any good? Finally, whatever happened to Panasonic? These days, they are hard to find.
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Misslovely13 h, 13 m ago

So LG make them in Poland just like Samsung? Just asking as mines a Samsung


My new Bosch is made in Poland too.
TheHun63 h, 11 m ago

So in the reliability pecking order would you agree it goes something like …So in the reliability pecking order would you agree it goes something like this? 1. Miele 2. Siemens 3.LG 4. Bosch 5. Samsung 6. AEG 7. Other Electrolux Group Washers. What I have noticed lately is other manufacturers following LG's lead of utilising inverter motorsSo should be much quieter with less vibration and more reliable. At the cheaper end of the scale I'd be interested to know if any of the new kids on the block, such as Hisense are any good? Finally, whatever happened to Panasonic? These days, they are hard to find.


Just read a Which? review of a Hisense - said something like 'fails at the basic purpose of a washing machine, ie washing your clothes'. They weren't subtle!
Buy it with a 4 year parts and labour guarantee direct from Domestic & General.The guarantee is £122.88p for 4 years.Total for washing machine and guarantee is £311.88p for 4 years peace of mind.£1.65 a week maximum price for 4 years washing is a bargain in my mind.Hot.
monitor118 m ago

Buy it with a 4 year parts and labour guarantee direct from Domestic & …Buy it with a 4 year parts and labour guarantee direct from Domestic & General.The guarantee is £122.88p for 4 years.Total for washing machine and guarantee is £311.88p for 4 years peace of mind.£1.65 a week maximum price for 4 years washing is a bargain in my mind.Hot.


If you're going to spend that much, you're getting into Samsung and LG territory which are both currently offering free 5 year warranties. Far superior washers and likely to last way beyond that warranty period.
It looks like the Domestic & General guarantee is for 5 years including the manufacturers. So my plan is even cheaper.Much cheaper than a Samsung.Is the washing any better with a Samsung?.I very much doubt it.I am going to order one and store it.
My current beko machine is over 5 years old now and has been faultless, unlike the two zanussi machines which preceded it. They lasted about 18 months each and cost considerably more than the beko. Also the beko seems to wash better too
Edited by: "MrHappy37" 6th Jan
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