Candy 8kg Washing Machine With 5 Year Warranty £199.98 @ Homebase.
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Candy 8kg Washing Machine With 5 Year Warranty £199.98 @ Homebase.

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Found 30th Dec 2014
This is a bargain deal in my opinion. £50 discount online, 400 nectar points & free delivery. Excellent reviews, this offer ends 1st of January, so you need to be quick. 1400 rpm spin, model number GODF800. Also available model number EVO1682D with 1600 rpm spin for £199.99.

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Willing to bet that the warranty will be needed. Candy quality isn't generally terribly high.

Decent price though

Candy!? Are they still in business? Good grief...

Candy is terrible. Had all of their white products and all have bad faults within a month of regular use

Also note - it's 5 year parts and 1 year labour.

Where is it ,why not post proper link instead of website.

monitor1

Where is it ,why not post proper link instead of website.



20% applied at checkout.....

homebase.co.uk/web…192

I'm looking at spending about £200 on a washing machine so if anyone knows a better deal (don't really fancy the Beko deal) then let me know.

Obviously the 20% applies to everything on the homebase site at the moment.
Edited by: "homerj1977" 30th Dec 2014

Original Poster

I had the same problem with another homebase deal, cut & pasted straight to deal but after it went onto hotdeals the link goes to homepage. I don't have this problem with any other deals I post. If somebody can help me out with this I would be very grateful.

Thank you.

A five year parts warranty is commendable for such a low-quality brand, but fitting any new parts will cost at least half the price of the machine! That's a warranty thats barely worth having.

Is it 5 years warranty or parts and labour?

I am ordering it as a spare but realize the warranty starts on delivery.Hot.

treat yourself, with the discount it is not too bad, and think of the nectar points too.

homebase.co.uk/web…248

Banned

I have a indisit and has the parts warranty. you have to pay them for labour which is a ripp off! so I didn't bother

My candy washer and fridge has lasted over 10 years. No problems but just had to replace a outlet hose last month for a few quid and that's it!

I'm looking at spending about £200 on a washing machine so if anyone knows a better deal (don't really fancy the Beko deal) then let me know.

Obviously the 20% applies to everything on the homebase site at the moment.




John Lewis have an indesit innex blue button 9 kilo for a very reasonable £250

With a £25 voucher if you buy before the 31st December

With a two year warranty parts and labour


Edited by: "otonytonton" 30th Dec 2014

Ordering. Thanks voted hot

oddfellows

A five year parts warranty is commendable for such a low-quality brand, … A five year parts warranty is commendable for such a low-quality brand, but fitting any new parts will cost at least half the price of the machine! That's a warranty thats barely worth having.



Bought a new Indesit condenser drier for £144 from the Co-op the other day. Came with the exact same type of warranty; 12 months parts and labour + 5 year parts only.

Rang CS to register the warranty and the girl told me that even though I may get the parts free in the future there is strictly no option for me to fit them myself. I must pay for their approved labour to fit them which would set me back somewhere in the region of £100.

So for the sake of a £144 machine I'd be better off just buying a new one if anything went wrong in the future.

Currently have a Candy washing machine. Includes the 5 year parts and 1 year labour cover.

1st Fault happened after 13 months (funnily enough) Rang up customer support and was told £120 call out fee but the parts are free. Fixed it myself and the part (bought from candy) cost £20

2nd fault happened 7 months later and had to replace the brushes (this was 2 weeks ago)

Phone call today by the wife saying its not working again.

My advice is to avoid Candy

meistic

Is it 5 years warranty or parts and labour?



Why not take the time to read the link!

Great 5 yr parts warranty, just remember the arm and a leg to fit any part required.

Standi

Currently have a Candy washing machine. Includes the 5 year parts and 1 … Currently have a Candy washing machine. Includes the 5 year parts and 1 year labour cover.1st Fault happened after 13 months (funnily enough) Rang up customer support and was told £120 call out fee but the parts are free. Fixed it myself and the part (bought from candy) cost £202nd fault happened 7 months later and had to replace the brushes (this was 2 weeks ago)Phone call today by the wife saying its not working again.My advice is to avoid Candy



But somebody will of had one 5 years with no problem
Swings and roundabouts

Just bought a samsung tab 3 from tesco before Xmas.
Used once and froze,rang up for a replacement today

"""" happens

Taksim_Red

Bought a new Indesit condenser drier for £144 from the Co-op the other … Bought a new Indesit condenser drier for £144 from the Co-op the other day. Came with the exact same type of warranty; 12 months parts and labour + 5 year parts only. Rang CS to register the warranty and the girl told me that even though I may get the parts free in the future there is strictly no option for me to fit them myself. I must pay for their approved labour to fit them which would set me back somewhere in the region of £100.So for the sake of a £144 machine I'd be better off just buying a new one if anything went wrong in the future.



That's bordering on criminal - I'd love to see someone take them to law over it and lose!

Great deal but my washer will probably give up the ghost when all the offers are over and if I buy one incase it will last for ears lol
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