Beko WTG941B1W A+++ 9Kg 1400 Spin Washing Machine in White 15 Programmes - £183.20 (with code) @ eBay (co-op electrical store)
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Beko WTG941B1W A+++ 9Kg 1400 Spin Washing Machine in White 15 Programmes - £183.20 (with code) @ eBay (co-op electrical store)

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Refreshed 31st May (Posted 30th May)Edited by:"TheEnglish909"
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Save time and money with this feature packed 9kg capacity washing machine. The large capacity allows you to do fewer loads, while the quick programme allows you to wash a full 9kg load in just 28 minutes. Moreover the A+++ energy rating helps you save money on energy bills, while the LED display keeps you up to date with the status of the wash.

9kg load capacity- ideal for large items like duvets.

15 programmes including the daily quick programme - wash a full load in just 28 minutes.

The LED time reamining display and progress indicator lights help you to keep track of your wash.
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Absolute bargain compared to overpriced miele machine that just went ballistic even though it is 600 pounds, have a new 8 kg Beko machine and the wife really likes it, can't go wrong for the price, only relative let down is the 1 year warranty but with a bit of luck should easily last 3+ years.
Edited by: "Cuddl3s" 30th May
Which says

Overall it's a very good washer, and a pro at blasting stains out of clothes. While it works very well on cottons, it does an ever better job with synthetics.

It rinses OK, getting out all visible traces of detergent, and follows up with a pretty good spin, meaning no piles of wet clothes that take forever to dry.

We found it to be quite noisy, which can be a nuisance if you live in a small or open-plan home. And although it has an A+++ energy rating, we found it wasn't as good as some machines we've seen at conserving either energy or water.

The wash time for the standard cotton program is 3 hours 31 minutes, and for synthetics is 2 hours 20 minutes.

It's affordable, does a good job of washing clothes and is just inches away from being a Best Buy.
This is awful - sent it back as looks and feels flimsy and also very noisy!
cold not Miele brand
Does anyone know if it has a delay start option thanks
Good value. Got the 8kg 1200rpm version from Coop Ebay using same type of discount for £160 a few months back. Spin dry a bit noisy but I can live with it at this price. I'm renting an unfurnished flat and it works out cheaper than going to the launderette after 4 months with the added bonus I can just leave it here when I move
Beko are good for reliability compared to many brands (indesit, candy etc) but you'll still need an extended warranty. You can gamble and not get one but if the wrong part goes the machine could be a write off after one year. Personally I prefer to buy a washing machine that comes with an inclusive 5 year parts and labour warranty. Often works out the best value when the manufacturer itself includes that warranty.
bd1981bd14 h, 55 m ago

This is awful - sent it back as looks and feels flimsy and also very noisy!


what was it like washing clothes?
Can't complain at this price for a 9kg washer

I've had several beko appliances in the past and never had an issue with them. Very reliable for the price
Anyone know if this has a 60min daily wash cycle like bush washing machines for example? 14 mins to short and 3 hours is just to long.

Have this one at the moment at £199 delivered, great machine for the money but need a 2nd machine at my static caravan. argos.co.uk/pro…219
Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 31st May
It has a 28 min cycle for full load and 14 min for 2kg, but has a sports program at 1:04 at 40c or you can reduce temp to 30c for 58 min program - you can set the temp and spin for the programs and come up with your own time, temp, spin. Cracking machine for the price. Had mine a couple of months. Thought beko was cheep rubbish and always avoided the make, but took a stab at this as the zanussi I was looking at had 3 hour programs, with this you have the option of long programs or there is the button on it to half the program times. My first beko and I'm happy with it, at this price you cant go wrong
In black?
I also have this Machine. It certainly is very noisy and the timer display never seems to count down properly. For example the 2kg 18 min wash on 1400 spin actually takes about 25 mins. The numbers linger for longer than a minute when counting down, but it gets the job done so never bothered sending it back.
bonzobanana6 h, 38 m ago

Beko are good for reliability compared to many brands (indesit, candy etc) …Beko are good for reliability compared to many brands (indesit, candy etc) but you'll still need an extended warranty. You can gamble and not get one but if the wrong part goes the machine could be a write off after one year. Personally I prefer to buy a washing machine that comes with an inclusive 5 year parts and labour warranty. Often works out the best value when the manufacturer itself includes that warranty.


Sale of goods. Fit for purpose. White goods. 6 years. Use credit card. Job done.
Cuddl3s23 h, 14 m ago

Absolute bargain compared to overpriced miele machine that just went …Absolute bargain compared to overpriced miele machine that just went ballistic even though it is 600 pounds, have a new 8 kg Beko machine and the wife really likes it, can't go wrong for the price, only relative let down is the 1 year warranty but with a bit of luck should easily last 3+ years.


Nothing against beko at all, seems a good price but maybe, just maybe, the Miele went "ballistic" for a reason?
grant86717 m ago

Sale of goods. Fit for purpose. White goods. 6 years. Use credit card. Job …Sale of goods. Fit for purpose. White goods. 6 years. Use credit card. Job done.


It's the consumer rights act 2015 now and the burden of proof is with you after 6 months to prove the item was faulty at the time of purchase often requiring independent evidence. The 6 year rule is how long you get to make a claim it doesn't mean the goods will last six years in fact if the goods failed late in the fifth year of ownership you probably wouldn't have time to make a claim at all. The seller will make the claim fair wear and tear etc and often the courts will try to reach a compromise position if its uncertain which party is in the right. So after all the hassle of organising the court case and taking a day off work you may end up with a partial settlement.

Also if you have bought an extended guarantee and they don't repair your washing machine in a timely fashion you can claim against that too as that is even more clear cut as you have a clear contract of service.

I agree about the credit card often better than dealing with the retailer if you want to apply pressure and get a result without going to court but its definitely not a certainty.

It really depends on how much you value your time.
Peelerfart12 m ago

Nothing against beko at all, seems a good price but maybe, just maybe, the …Nothing against beko at all, seems a good price but maybe, just maybe, the Miele went "ballistic" for a reason?


Yeah same reason all Apple products go ballistic, some people just have too much money, or they think that just because it's been reduced from 800 or whatever it was it must be a great deal.

The Miele had 2 years warranty as well, if it had 10 years I would have understood the price difference, anyway who in their right mind would chose a 600 pounds washing machine when you can get a similarly spec Samsung with 5 years warranty for under 400 pounds? beats me.
Edited by: "Cuddl3s" 31st May
I have a very similar Beko that I've had for several years and have been very happy with. I'd recommend, especially at this price
I bought this from coop on sunday full price and it was delivered today. Gutted i missed the saving
bonzobanana3 h, 3 m ago

It's the consumer rights act 2015 now and the burden of proof is with you …It's the consumer rights act 2015 now and the burden of proof is with you after 6 months to prove the item was faulty at the time of purchase often requiring independent evidence. The 6 year rule is how long you get to make a claim it doesn't mean the goods will last six years in fact if the goods failed late in the fifth year of ownership you probably wouldn't have time to make a claim at all. The seller will make the claim fair wear and tear etc and often the courts will try to reach a compromise position if its uncertain which party is in the right. So after all the hassle of organising the court case and taking a day off work you may end up with a partial settlement.Also if you have bought an extended guarantee and they don't repair your washing machine in a timely fashion you can claim against that too as that is even more clear cut as you have a clear contract of service. I agree about the credit card often better than dealing with the retailer if you want to apply pressure and get a result without going to court but its definitely not a certainty.It really depends on how much you value your time.


I’ll do it in Work. Free time. Washing machine lasting 12 months isn’t fair wear and tear. Credit card company do the leg work if purchase over £100 so take roughly 18 minutes on the phone.
Lexeus31st May

what was it like washing clothes?


Rubbish - came out wet - I bought the slightly more expensive Bosch eco bubble and my wife loves it more than me (no offence intended)
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