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Candy Bianca BWM149PH7R 9KG 1400 Spin Washing Machine (819/9267) £284.99 @ Argos
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Candy Bianca BWM149PH7R 9KG 1400 Spin Washing Machine (819/9267) £284.99 @ Argos

£284.99£349.9919%Argos Deals
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Posted 27th Jan

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'Bianca, I've a chocolate stain on my T-Shirt! '. Ready to tackle this and your every washing need, Bianca is the most-advanced machine on the market. With a generous 9KG wash capacity and impressive 1400 spin speed, talk to Bianca and make your life easier, so you have more time to do the things you love.

Zoom – shorten any program to under an hour with Bianca's unique feature, keeping the same A-rated washing results as the full program. Choose any fabric, any colour, on any program and get guaranteed perfect cleaning in the shortest time possible.

Simply-Fi – always be connected to Bianca. The clever app allows you to control the washing cycle wherever you are, as well giving you access to 700 washing combinations. Energy reduction manager monitors energy usage and gives you tips to save money. .

Designed with comfort in mind, you won't find any fiddly buttons on this machine, just one intuitive soft-touch smart ring, with large icons and easy-to-read text. Bianca really will be a fantastic addition to your family!

Overview:
Wash capacity 9kg.
8 programmes and via the app, download even more programmes.
Variable spin speed.
Variable temperature.
14 minute quick wash.
Manufacturer's 10 year parts and 1 year labour guarantee.
Size H85, W60, D52cm.

Programmes:
Baby.
Cottons.
Darks.
Delicates.
Automatic half load.
Hand wash.
Intensive.
Mixed.
Pre-wash option.
Quick wash.
Refresh.
Sensitive.
Shirts.
Silks.
Spin and drain.
Sports.
Synthetics.
Wool.

Controls:
LCD display.
Touch control.
Wi-Fi enabled.
24 hours delayed start.
Time remaining indicator.

Performance:
Energy efficiency class A+++.
Spin speed 1400rpm.
Estimated annual energy consumption: 131kW/year.
Estimated annual water consumption: 10600 litres/year.
Estimated energy consumption per cycle: 0.59kWh.
Estimated water consumption per cycle: 49L.
Spinning performance rating A.
Washing performance rating A.
Spinning noise level 77dB(A).
Washing noise level 51dB(A).
44% moisture remaining after 60° cycle.

General features:
Cold water fill.
Overflow protection.
Pause facility.
Weight 69kg.
EAN: 8016361957107.
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When the Bianca's cycle is finished I wonder if she yells "Ricky I'm done!" rather than a couple of meek beeps.
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This is for the model in graphite colour, also available in:-
Black was £349.99 now £284.99 (catalogue #810/1138)
White £399.99 now £299.99 (catalogue #845/6175)
When the Bianca's cycle is finished I wonder if she yells "Ricky I'm done!" rather than a couple of meek beeps.
Aza27/01/2020 20:36

When the Bianca's cycle is finished I wonder if she yells "Ricky I'm …When the Bianca's cycle is finished I wonder if she yells "Ricky I'm done!" rather than a couple of meek beeps.


I was just about to type the same thing! lol
Aza27/01/2020 20:36

When the Bianca's cycle is finished I wonder if she yells "Ricky I'm …When the Bianca's cycle is finished I wonder if she yells "Ricky I'm done!" rather than a couple of meek beeps.


No. It's called Bianca - cos it's got a big 'mouth' on it!!!
Love the ten year guarantee, but it's only 1 year labour though lol. Candy definitely has no confidence in their products. Note: had to update this comment to convey what I meant
Edited by: "MrCharlie" 28th Jan
Good looking frontage.
MrCharlie27/01/2020 21:38

Love the ten year guarantee, pity it's only 1 year labour though. Candy …Love the ten year guarantee, pity it's only 1 year labour though. Candy definitely has confidence in their product.


And labour is £120+ a year takes this into a machine with a proper 5 year warranty price range and this becomes a very expensive machine after a couple of years or call outs.
eslick27/01/2020 22:28

And labour is £120+ a year takes this into a machine with a proper 5 year …And labour is £120+ a year takes this into a machine with a proper 5 year warranty price range and this becomes a very expensive machine after a couple of years or call outs.


That's provided you need the warranty. I've had my candy washing machine for almost 4 years now and not a single issue there was with it.
Looks like IPhone 11 Pro camera lens
zochus1528/01/2020 05:16

That's provided you need the warranty. I've had my candy washing machine …That's provided you need the warranty. I've had my candy washing machine for almost 4 years now and not a single issue there was with it.


You are very lucky and probably a minority! They're just as bad, if not worse than Hotpoint/Indesit for reliability etc..
MrCharlie27/01/2020 21:38

Love the ten year guarantee, pity it's only 1 year labour though. Candy …Love the ten year guarantee, pity it's only 1 year labour though. Candy definitely has confidence in their products.


Parts are peanuts in comparison to the call out costs. Rather pay for the parts and have them fitted for free!
zochus1528/01/2020 05:16

That's provided you need the warranty. I've had my candy washing machine …That's provided you need the warranty. I've had my candy washing machine for almost 4 years now and not a single issue there was with it.


Sadly you are one of the lucky one, not everyone will be so lucky. This sort of warranty is where these manufacturers make their money, and lots of it in some cases, they let you pay the £120+ as a yearly fee in some cases but sometimes don’t offer it.
Would you guys recommend this? Looking to replace a 9 year old Hotpoint which has just given up last week.

I'm torn between a 200ish replacement hotpoint, or something around the 350 mark.
qasnaq28/01/2020 10:46

Would you guys recommend this? Looking to replace a 9 year old Hotpoint …Would you guys recommend this? Looking to replace a 9 year old Hotpoint which has just given up last week.I'm torn between a 200ish replacement hotpoint, or something around the 350 mark.


Personally I would go for something that has a minimum 5 years parts and labour warranty.

Think LG, Samsung, Panasonic etc. I bought one of the first range of Panasonic washing machines in the UK, from Comet of all places in 2008. Had one call out (water was dripping into the soap dispenser fault, when not in use), still going strong in 2020.
Edited by: "MrCharlie" 28th Jan
Mine little over a year and is already broken, needs a new board
Edited by: "Miguel_Reis" 28th Jan
I had a Candy machine naively thinking it had a decent warranty. It lasted 18 months and they wanted lots of money to repair it. Have now bought an LG with a 5 year parts and labour warranty.

Candy/Hoover, and Hotpoint/Indesit seem to just produce crap these days - False economy buying them IMO.
Edited by: "Positively.Charged" 23rd Feb
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