Blomberg LWF29441W Washing Machine in White, 1400rpm 9kg A+++ 3yr Gtee £369.99 @ Sonic Direct £123 per year for machine
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Blomberg LWF29441W Washing Machine in White, 1400rpm 9kg A+++ 3yr Gtee £369.99 @ Sonic Direct £123 per year for machine

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Blomberg LWF29441W Washing Machine in White, 1400rpm 9kg A+++ 3yr Gtee@ Sonic Direct

Yeah, I had never heard of the make before but seems to get very good reviews - not sure how genuine they are!!

But 3 years parts and labour apparently.

Works out at £123 per year for machine. Supposedly very good on Energy. Am I missing something and am I going to miss out by posting on here!!!

Any advice received with thanks...
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Can it run Crysis?
Sweet got water cooling.
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Sorry gamer guys that I mistakenly tagged a hobby you seem to be interested in.

Interesting that you bothered to comment archfiend and johnchapman_ but you haven't bothered to post a deal between you in years of membership....

Unsure what to make of that? No doubt you or your pals can help us out.

On a thread for a washing machine....
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korny219 m ago

Sweet got water cooling.



Has it?

Why would that be a feature on a washing machine?

Sometimes actual real people, wash their clothes....

Can't imagine some geeks care about whether they wear clean clothes though.

And get artificially, like their lives, angry about things.

Bang bang!! Blob....
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4 stars Take note of what they say about the capacity in real world..price from Sonic seems very competitive. The reviewers liked the build quality and frugal water usage. It's also quiet. Seems like a good machine.

Alternative could be Siemens WM14T390GB from Sonic with a free 5 year guarantee but costing £449.99

Good luck with your choice!
It reads like you pay 3 annual payments of £123 on a 0% finance deal.
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Harefoot20 m ago

http://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/blomberg-lwf29441w-washing-machine4 …http://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/blomberg-lwf29441w-washing-machine4 stars Take note of what they say about the capacity in real world..price from Sonic seems very competitive. The reviewers liked the build quality and frugal water usage. It's also quiet. Seems like a good machine.Alternative could be Siemens WM14T390GB from Sonic with a free 5 year guarantee but costing £449.99 Good luck with your choice!


Yeah that's where I saw it. Am after a quiet machine that's cheap to run. Review seemed a bit too good to be true as never heard of them. But apparently the 3 year warranty includes parts AND labour.

Agent through here even told me to contact Blomberg.

Main reason I asked really, if anyone has any experience of them? I have been credit card free for about a year but wondering if it's worth getting one for the protection.

Review does seem very good but I have no clue how independent they are?!!
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escortboy5 m ago

It reads like you pay 3 annual payments of £123 on a 0% finance deal.



People perceive things in different ways. ...

I think it's quite clear that it's £370 which works out at £123 a year in which you are covered. May just be me though.....

The price says £369.99 and no mention of any finance but if people want to interpret things in their own way that is their choice.

Odd..
Edited by: "Jackmaster" 31st Aug 2017
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9 kg sounds solid statement
Jackmaster5 m ago

People perceive things in different ways. ...I think it's quite clear that …People perceive things in different ways. ...I think it's quite clear that it's £370 which works out at £123 a year in which you are covered. May just be me though.....The price says £369.99 and no mention of any finance but if people want to interpret things in their own way that is their choice. Odd..


Never seen it before personally lol.
Might include 12 monthly payments when i post something next which has a years warranty.
£36 for a pair of headphones, or £3 a month.
These are Beko machines made for Euronics stores. They are ok if you like Beko
We once had a Blomberg washing machine - it was really good. Very good quality and washed very well, likely made in Germany, or in a Northern European country by the German company Blomberg. I think we bought it from somewhere like Currys or Dixons who were apparently sole importers. As it became tired I found out that spares were harder to get because whoever sold it no longer sold the brand and that Blomberg had been sold off and closed down. We bought a Bosch to replace it.

So to see the Blomberg brand, again, was a bit of a surprise. On further inspection it turns out that the "brand" is owned by Arçelik the Beko owner. So don't duped by all the hype about it being a German brand, there seems to be lots of marketing referencing their German history, but that has, in reality, nothing to do with the brand now. This might be a good washing machine, but it is not made either in Germany, or by a German company.
Edited by: "VDisillusioned" 31st Aug 2017
Had a Blomberg dishwasher years ago and the wife had a few of their appliances before I met her think they were from Comet. The only issue with any was the dishwasher after about 10 years when it wouldn't fill with water. Plastic assembly containing float had filled with mould. Cleaned it a few times to get it working for a few months each time but eventually bought a new machine. Got our money's worth from them though.
liamf1212 h, 37 m ago

Had a Blomberg dishwasher years ago and the wife had a few of their …Had a Blomberg dishwasher years ago and the wife had a few of their appliances before I met her think they were from Comet. The only issue with any was the dishwasher after about 10 years when it wouldn't fill with water. Plastic assembly containing float had filled with mould. Cleaned it a few times to get it working for a few months each time but eventually bought a new machine. Got our money's worth from them though.



Yes that's right, they were exclusive to Comet. We had our WM for years and if I recall correctly it still worked fine except the heating element failed, and because kids had turned up we needed a machine with a bigger capacity so it was scrapped. Shame really because it was good quality, looked nice as well. I doubt very much if these new Turkish "Blombergs" are anywhere near the same quality.
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