BekoWTG741M1W 7kg Load, 1400 Spin Washing Machine - White at Very was £279 now £179.99
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BekoWTG741M1W 7kg Load, 1400 Spin Washing Machine - White at Very was £279 now £179.99

£179.99£27935%Very Deals
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Found 7th May
Optional 3 year guarantee £49.99

This Beko WTG741M1W 7kg Load Washing Machine Will Slot Seamlessly Into Your Kitchen.Thanks to its streamlined slim depth design, this 7kg load capacity Beko washing machine can fit under your kitchen counter with ease. Not only will it save space, but with its A+++ energy rating, it'll save you money on your energy bills too!

It comes with a choice of 15 programs, including a lifesaving daily quick option that can wash a full load in just 28 minutes. Complete with 4 extra functions for Pre-wash, Fast+, Extra Rinse and Drum Clean, this appliance is a versatile essential for your home.

Ideal for busy family households, this machine boasts a dedicated baby and toddler clothing setting, as well as a secure child lock to give parents peace of mind.Depth: 50 CMEnergy Rating: A+++7kg load capacity with slim depth for easy installation15 programmes including Daily Quick - wash a full load in just 28 minutesLED time remaining display and progress indicator lights4 extra functions including Pre-wash, Fast+, Extra Rinse & Drum CleanChild LockVariable spin speed and temperatureBaby&Toddler Clothing programmeEasy access and unique design 3 compartment detergent dispenserEasy access filter and front service accessFull Size / Slimline: SlimlineHeight: 84 CMNumber of Programmes: 15Programmable Functions: YWash Load: 7KgWidth: 60 CMWidth: 60cms
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Great price, and a much better machine than anything you'll get at a similar price from Hotpoint or Indesit.
Personally I wouldn't buy another beko. Bought mine xmas gone and the motor has gone already. Taking them over 3 weeks to repair.
i got this for £145 a few months ago (same price +20% off ebay via currys) so whilst its a fair price, its also the 'normal' price so not hot
Edited by: "adamspencer95" 8th May
Just wondering what people use for their general mixed washing. Beko's daily quick seems a bit short at 38 minutes and cottons is a tad too long at 2 hours 24 minutes o.O Mixed fabrics gives a nice in-between time but it only allows a load of 3kg.
aarste2 h, 2 m ago

Just wondering what people use for their general mixed washing. Beko's …Just wondering what people use for their general mixed washing. Beko's daily quick seems a bit short at 38 minutes and cottons is a tad too long at 2 hours 24 minutes o.O Mixed fabrics gives a nice in-between time but it only allows a load of 3kg.


If your only doing a few clothes you can put it on super quick and get it done within 14mins.
aarste2 h, 18 m ago

Just wondering what people use for their general mixed washing. Beko's …Just wondering what people use for their general mixed washing. Beko's daily quick seems a bit short at 38 minutes and cottons is a tad too long at 2 hours 24 minutes o.O Mixed fabrics gives a nice in-between time but it only allows a load of 3kg.


Mixed ain’t really the problem it’s overfilling it versus the water fill per wash, always keep a copy of the wash cycles and their max KG load. On my Hotpoint I default to a (12) cycle which is the shirt wash at 1hr 20 that also includes full 1400 spin, it fills more water than a 60 wash for towels, it’s my dirty default. Time is not the only consideration, weight and water should be the main,unless you are doing 2-3 items on a quick wash (my hotpoint has 9/15/30 min quick washes).
Motor went on a beko just after 2 year warranty ran out, gone with LG now so will see how that fares.
The motor on my Beko seems to have gone too after just over 2 years of ownership.

Considering whether to get it repaired or simply scrap it and buy another
Narcotix12 h, 34 m ago

The motor on my Beko seems to have gone too after just over 2 years of …The motor on my Beko seems to have gone too after just over 2 years of ownership.Considering whether to get it repaired or simply scrap it and buy another


Buy a Miele if you have the free cash. Expensive but in the long run far cheaper than buying junk like this Beko and scrapping it every 2-3 years.

The other option is to look on ebay for a Hotpoint WMA series machine from early 2000's you can pick them up for around £50 and they are very easy to maintain yourself. They do not have plastic welded tubs so you can access the whole machine and replace whatever you need. They are from the days before Indesit bought Hotpoint out and turned them in to a white label brand. Solid machines.
Currys have almost the identical model for the same price, except theirs is Woolmark approved. I ordered one a few days ago. Also, better cashback rate via TCB (5%).
£229 now...
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