Bush 8KG 1400 Spin Washing Machine 15 programmes, Energy efficiency A++, delayed start-- Black/White - Argos- £139.99+ Claim Argos £10 Voucher
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Bush 8KG 1400 Spin Washing Machine 15 programmes, Energy efficiency A++, delayed start-- Black/White - Argos- £139.99+ Claim Argos £10 Voucher

£139.99Argos Deals
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Found 20th Aug 2017
Thanks https://www.hotukdeals.com/tag/profile/nige182 and https://www.hotukdeals.com/tag/profile/Chanchi328 Kg budget washer for a conveniently low price. 1400 spin, A++ efficiency, pause facility, delayed start, child lock etc. Claim £10 Voucher hotukdeals.com/dea…775
This Bush washing machine has 15 preset programmes to suit your





needs. With an 8kg capacity, it can wash up to 40 adult size t-shirts,





making it perfect for the demands of a busy family. With up to a 1400





spin speed, it expells as much water as possible from your clothes which





will reduce your drying time afterwards.

Overview:

  • Wash capacity 8kg.
  • 15 programmes.
  • Variable spin speed.
  • Variable temperature.
  • 15 minute quick wash.
  • Size H84.5, W60, D56cm.

Programmes:

  • Baby.
  • Delicates.
  • Economy.
  • Hand wash.
  • Pre-wash option.
  • Shirts.
  • Sports.
  • Wool.

Controls:

  • LED display.
  • 23 hours delayed start.

Performance:

  • Energy efficiency class A++.
  • Spin speed 1400rpm.
  • Estimated annual energy consumption: 194kW/year.
  • Estimated annual water consumption: 10224 litres/year.
  • Estimated energy consumption per cycle: 0.88kWh.
  • Estimated water consumption per cycle: 46L.
  • Spinning performance rating B.
  • Washing performance rating A.
  • 53% moisture remaining after 60° cycle.

General features:

  • Child lock.
  • Cold water fill.
  • Overflow protection.
  • Pause facility.
Community Updates
Just to add, available in black or white.
Top comments
Love a good bush
23 Comments
Also 9Kg model for £10 more might be worth it for some.
Plus £3.95 delivery.
Edited by: "morrig" 20th Aug 2017
had one for near 8 years still works like a dream
Love a good bush
dundeemaltman1 h, 28 m ago

had one for near 8 years still works like a dream


Probably be using cheaper parts now though. But at this price if it lasts a year and breaks who cares.
Many people will look at the name and scough, but at this price, who cares?
If you're going to buy cheap you might as well buy one of these. They will most probably out live any Hotpoint/Indesit crap. At this price it's a disposable washer.
Brilliant value for a good size machine
We got the 9Kg white one from the post on here for £149 delivered . As other people have said, its almost a disposable item at that price
Would anyone recommend this, is it quiet?

I'm looking at buying one for my hotel room. I spend £100 a month on laundry when I'm away from home, so 6 weeks and its paid for itself.
Absolute bargain price. Looks good too
Looks very similar to our Beko machine, which incidentally we have now had for 4 years with no issues.
dundeemaltman20th Aug

had one for near 8 years still works like a dream


The exact same model for 8 years? I would be happy if it lasts me 4 years.
To anyone who ordered before the £10 gift voucher promotion that started at Argos yesterday (free £10 voucher when you spend £100 or more), if you contact Argos and say you want to cancel (assuming not delivered yet) and that you want to reorder to get the £10 gift card promotion as well, they will most likely offer to just give you a £10 refund against this purchase instead, that is what I just got offered on my order.
Edited by: "nige182" 25th Aug 2017
Banned
Oh no Bush again
Original Poster
thegoodguy5513 m ago

Oh no Bush again



are you a no bush person then?
kel6420th Aug

Many people will look at the name and scough, but at this price, who cares?


And many will also Scoff..........sorry
An extra 45 including delivery and removal of old one. My old one is having problems with not recognising door shut but a power off fixes it and youtube says can buy new door sensor. But this is tempting but the install and removal cost add up.. Who is cheapest for cost including removal of old one? Is argos charge normal?
jameshothothot15 m ago

An extra 45 including delivery and removal of old one. My old one is …An extra 45 including delivery and removal of old one. My old one is having problems with not recognising door shut but a power off fixes it and youtube says can buy new door sensor. But this is tempting but the install and removal cost add up.. Who is cheapest for cost including removal of old one? Is argos charge normal?


We just leave them outside and the Poles take them for scrap. Nip into the Zoo and you can get a monkey to fit it for free.
jameshothothot55 m ago

An extra 45 including delivery and removal of old one. My old one is …An extra 45 including delivery and removal of old one. My old one is having problems with not recognising door shut but a power off fixes it and youtube says can buy new door sensor. But this is tempting but the install and removal cost add up.. Who is cheapest for cost including removal of old one? Is argos charge normal?


They are super easy to fit, yours would go on Freecycle as it is working. Once you have a delivery date, just put an ad on Freecycle with a collection date or date range if you are happy for it to go a few days before delivery. Or if you have the space to make sure your new one is all good first, do that and then list the old one after a test run of the new one.
hearts31st Aug

We just leave them outside and the Poles take them for scrap. Nip into …We just leave them outside and the Poles take them for scrap. Nip into the Zoo and you can get a monkey to fit it for free.


jameshothothot31st Aug

An extra 45 including delivery and removal of old one. My old one is …An extra 45 including delivery and removal of old one. My old one is having problems with not recognising door shut but a power off fixes it and youtube says can buy new door sensor. But this is tempting but the install and removal cost add up.. Who is cheapest for cost including removal of old one? Is argos charge normal? .. Just leave it outside for the scrap metal men or advertise for spares & repairs for say £10 on gumtree etc or you could even weigh it in yourself with any other scrap metal rubbish you need to get rid of and get some cash back?

Edited by: "RealBargainHunter" 1st Sep 2017
Tried to order through Argos all out of stock. All load sizes. However I went on eBay and bought the 9k one for same price on their outlet?
I'm desperate for a washing machine seeing as my ecobubble seems to forget what it's doing at the beginning of every cycle but none in stock and none that I can find on ebay
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