BOSCH WAA24167GB WASHING MACHINE £269.99 ; RRP £399.99. Delivered + 2.52% topcashback at Comet
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BOSCH WAA24167GB WASHING MACHINE £269.99 ; RRP £399.99. Delivered + 2.52% topcashback at Comet

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Found 28th May 2011
Superb Washing Machine currently £263.19 when using Voucher Code 10FREE and cashback, which is a decent price.

EDIT: Forgot to say this includes an extended guarantee... Free for 24 months if you register ( Parts and Labour)

Bosch are renowned for producing superb washing machines

Bought one of these myself today from instore and it is very quiet.


Technical Info:
Brand: BOSCH
Colour: WHITE
Dimensions: 85.0x60.0x56.0(H/W/D)cm
Spin speed: 1200 rpm
Wash load: 5.5 kg
Wash grade: A
Energy efficiency grade: A
Spin efficiency grade: B
No of programmes: 15
Light load: No
40 degree wash time: N/A
60 degree wash time: N/A
Quick wash: No
Quick wash time: 30 minutes
Hand wash: Yes
Wool wash: Yes
Delicate wash: Yes
Pre-wash: Yes
Variable wash temperature: Yes
Auto half load: Yes
Half load option: No
Start timer delay: No
Time remaining indicator: No
Temperature sensed fill: Yes
Reduced creasing option: No
Time saver feature: Yes
Super rinse/extra rinse: No
Premier Collection: No
Sub brand: N/A
44litres normal water consumption for a 60 degree wash
76dB noise level
Cold fill only
0.93kW energy consumption
Intensive wash option
Refresh option - low temperature wash
No spin option
Audible end of programme signal
Wide opening door for easy loading/unloading
Zero delay door safety lock
Automatic water level control
Out of balance spin protection
Detergent save feature
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Can't comment on the spec, however seems very quiet when running..... well it does compared to my old hotpoint wm62
Edited by: "RDCM" 28th May 2011
I've got this Bosch and it's far quieter than any other model costing the same
Ive had my bosch washing machine about 8 years and not one thing gone wrong. Excellent make unlike other well known manufacturers which i always had bother with. Strongly reccomend.
whatsThePoint

I take it you work in a lab that tests washing machines to have that … I take it you work in a lab that tests washing machines to have that knowledge, oh wait, its a fact you've just made up



Nope, I work for Candy. So NUR.
whatsThePoint

Didn't know floor sweepers had access to that info



Now come on. I'd never do you out of your job.
Calm down kiddies! Sounds a good deal, keep your bird happy and get 1
Good deal, never had a problem with Bosch washing machines, in the last 20 years we are on our 2nd one, we gave away the first one
Would second that - our current Bosch machine is almost 10 years old (and with two kids it has taken a fair old hammering in that time).
whatsThePoint

I take it you work in a lab that tests washing machines to have that … I take it you work in a lab that tests washing machines to have that knowledge, oh wait, its a fact you've just made up



Your username is quite appropriate!
go back to the park kiddies and squabble over an ice cream not a washing machine, some people are so touchy these days...
Cold compared to this deal i got a couple of weeks ago. Fantastic machine though i would highly recommend Bosch

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Imho well worth buying a bosch, last much longer then many of their rivals. Great price too
gavt2003

Imho well worth buying a bosch, last much longer then many of their … Imho well worth buying a bosch, last much longer then many of their rivals. Great price too


Miele all the way baby, more expensive but last a lot longer. Some models come with a 10 year warranty!
Similar model was posted at around £200 from Best Buy!
Kirajai

Miele all the way baby, more expensive but last a lot longer. Some models … Miele all the way baby, more expensive but last a lot longer. Some models come with a 10 year warranty!



I would have said that once. We had a Miele for 12 years and yes, it was fantastically well built. However, it went wrong - jammed solenoid. The repair would have cost almost £200! By this time we needed a bigger machine (kids eh!). We looked at replacing it with a new Miele but that would have been £800. OK, that would have lasted a long time but... £800! So we plumped for a £300 Bosch instead. We've had it a couple of years and it's fine. It's quieter than the Miele, costs less to run and gets the clothes cleaner. All right, it probably won't last as long as a Miele but it's probably more cost effective in the end.
Owch

I would have said that once. We had a Miele for 12 years and yes, it was … I would have said that once. We had a Miele for 12 years and yes, it was fantastically well built. However, it went wrong - jammed solenoid. The repair would have cost almost £200! By this time we needed a bigger machine (kids eh!). We looked at replacing it with a new Miele but that would have been £800. OK, that would have lasted a long time but... £800! So we plumped for a £300 Bosch instead. We've had it a couple of years and it's fine. It's quieter than the Miele, costs less to run and gets the clothes cleaner. All right, it probably won't last as long as a Miele but it's probably more cost effective in the end.




quieter than your old miele, i doubt, my parents had a bosch for 6 years before it packed up and it alays sounded like concorde, they couldnt believe how quite our miele was....but defo not quieter than a new one....but agree they are alot more, bosch are fine it just they have plastic drums that the big issue (easily damaged and noisier)
Our Bosch washer/dryer is still going strong after 17 or so years. Just use the wash facility now as bought a Bosch dryer due to our family growing with an extra 3 boys. Boy do those machines get thrashed. Keep thinking the washer can't keep going much longer but it still refuses to give up the ghost!
Just so you guys know this isn't the same quality as a "proper" Bosch machine - I'm a washing machine engineer and we see these all the time. Most are made in Spain by a company called Belay, which Bosch owns. They have sealed tubs, filter is normally a PITA to access as it's under the tub and there are a lot of problems with the boards on the machines. I wrote one off this week that was two years two months old as PCB was knackered. Most seem to last about four years, as opposed to fifteen-ish years for a "proper" Bosch.

The way to tell the difference is that a proper German/Polish build Bosch has a half-moon shaped door handle - search for something like a Bosch WAE24165. These tactical models have the square shaped door handles. In my opinion really worth paying the extra £40 for a proper Bosch as you'll get much more use out of it.

Hope that helps someone.
My Candy 1200 washing machine is still going strong after just over 14yrs now (but there has always just been 2 of us).
So you never know with these brands (Candy are or were Indesit I believe), it cost about £250 back then)
I just hope the next one is as reliable when the time comes.
£270 for a Bosch seems like a great deal tho.

Thanks for that info


odom

Just so you guys know this isn't the same quality as a "proper" Bosch … Just so you guys know this isn't the same quality as a "proper" Bosch machine - I'm a washing machine engineer and we see these all the time. Most are made in Spain by a company called Belay, which Bosch owns. They have sealed tubs, filter is normally a PITA to access as it's under the tub and there are a lot of problems with the boards on the machines. I wrote one off this week that was two years two months old as PCB was knackered. Most seem to last about four years, as opposed to fifteen-ish years for a "proper" Bosch.The way to tell the difference is that a proper German/Polish build Bosch has a half-moon shaped door handle - search for something like a Bosch WAE24165. These tactical models have the square shaped door handles. In my opinion really worth paying the extra £40 for a proper Bosch as you'll get much more use out of it.Hope that helps someone.


Thanks you for providing the voucher. I purchased Zanussai washing machine which is £349 and I got £ 34 reduced. I also purchased samsung fridge and got £32 reduced. In total, I gain £ 66.. excellent !
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