Double Discount - Miele WKB120 8kg 1600 Spin £699 (saving £200) + Further £200 Miele cashback = £499 + £34.95 in Co-op Rewards + 5 Year Warranty @ Co-op Electrical (Members only)
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Double Discount - Miele WKB120 8kg 1600 Spin £699 (saving £200) + Further £200 Miele cashback = £499 + £34.95 in Co-op Rewards + 5 Year Warranty @ Co-op Electrical (Members only)

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Edited by:"Chanchi32"Found 6th Nov
Miele is the gold standard of washing machines, built to last but the price tag can easily be over £1,000+

The Miele WKB120 8KG is currently £1099 at John Lewis however possible to get for around £500 @ Co-op electrical based on a double discount for Co-op members. Deal as follows:

  • As part of Co-op members week you can get a £200 discount off the Miele WKB120 8KG (need to be a Co-op member - signup is £1) making it £699

  • Plus you can get £200 Miele cashback which makes it around £500 (delivery is £3.99)

  • Edit: Code CP40 is giving a further £40 discount making it effectively £460 - thanks huhunter

  • In addition you get 5% back in Co-op rewards (£34.95) which you can spend online/instore

  • Comes with a 5 year warranty (upon redemption)

  • In terms of reviews, Which? has not tested this specific model but summarised the following "All of our research shows that Miele washing machines are simply outstanding and owners love them" Product reviews are good on the Co-op site


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Edited by: "Sid.Harper" 6th Nov

Miele used to be exceptional...they're not anymore, but they still want the huge money and make claims that they are tested to the equivalent of 20 years. Unfortunately, this does not equate to a real world 20 years.

I had one and yes, it was a good machine. However, it lasted a little over 5 years, I expected more.

I replaced it with a beko which cost a quarter of the price and is still going strong after 6 years.

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Besford23 m ago

5 year warranty - so it's not one of the good ones they put a ten year …5 year warranty - so it's not one of the good ones they put a ten year warranty on! This is a big discount but it's still an expensive washing machine. Unless you're in love with premium brands for their own sake I suggest doing some research before jumping for this and you may well find it isn't the best buy in the end.




- Post a mispriced Beko washing machine for £120 @ John Lewis and get the 'buy cheap buy twice comments"

- Post a Miele for a stupidly discounted price and get "you're in love with premium brands"

Factoring in discounts / co-op rewards you are looking at around £425 for this machine which you could easily pay for a Samsung/LG which is mid brand. Miele have a reputation for quality, hence the usual high price, agree with huhunter around Miele trading off promos and fully expect Miele to last a lot longer than 5 years.

This will be sold out this time tomorrow (price is too good)

With regards to research, Which? haven't tested this machine but here's their review:


"Not tested
All of our research shows that Miele washing machines are simply outstanding and owners love them. At our lab, Miele washers fly through our rigorous washing tests with all but one of the machines we’ve tested in recent years going on to become Best Buys. Wash results are often excellent and despite the high price tags – Miele’s start at £600 but regularly cost more than £1,000 – owners tell us that they represent value for money. And six-out-of-ten of 1,495 washing machine owners we surveyed in autumn 2016 told us they’ll buy another Miele. The same survey showed Miele owners to be the most satisfied with their washing machines.


What is it?

This is a freestanding washing machine, the most common type on the market. It can be placed anywhere you have the space and plumbing. It’s not designed to be covered up under a door panel. If that’s what you’re looking for you need an integrated, or built-in, model.

The drum in this machine will let you wash 8kg of clothes at once, which makes it particularly suitable for medium to large households that produce big loads of laundry. As a guide, this size of drum is big enough to wash 25 to 26 men’s shirts at once – though a real life load might look more like – two pairs of men’s jeans, three pairs of children’s jeans, five men’s shirts, three bath towels, three small towels, three tea towels and two pillowcases. There are lots of 8kg drum washing machines on the market.

This machine's 1600 rpm is just about as fast as you’ll find on a washing machine. High spin speeds tend to do a good job of removing water from clothes at the end of a wash cycle. However, so do washing machines with a 1400rpm spin speed – and models with a slower maximum spin can be cheaper to buy.

The energy label rating for this washing machine is A+++. This label indicates that this washing machine should be cheaper to run than machines with an A+ or A++ energy label. But our research has shown that this isn’t always the case, and even when it is, the difference in running costs are not that significant over a year. Our advice is that it’s worth paying more attention to the purchase price of a washing machine and how reliable that brand is, to help make your final decision about which model to buy.

Should you buy one?

If you can afford one, then yes, a Miele would make an excellent choice. We haven’t tested this model, but everything we’ve learned through our testing and surveys tells us that Miele makes first-class machines. They have an enviable reliability record and hordes of owners who love them"

You were nearly getting a stack gif there chanchi
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I’m gonna get in first on this one! You’re gonna clean up on this deal chanchi!

Too many discounts Sounds good

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Edited by: "Sid.Harper" 6th Nov

You were nearly getting a stack gif there chanchi
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Hi All - How i can get rest £200 Miele Cashback ?

About to order this:

Order Sub Total: £699.00
Discount Value Applied: £200.00

Delivery: TBC
Order Total: £699.00
5% for you: £34.95
1% for your community: £6.99

Great deal op

Original Poster

Raju_Chavda-10013373678338 m ago

Hi All - How i can get rest £200 Miele Cashback ?About to order this:Order …Hi All - How i can get rest £200 Miele Cashback ?About to order this:Order Sub Total: £699.00Discount Value Applied: £200.00Delivery: TBC Order Total: £699.005% for you: £34.951% for your community: £6.99




The further £200 cashback is from Miele - instructions are on the Co-op page under the promotions tab including links

electrical.coop.co.uk/lau…-w/
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vassy148 m ago

Too many discounts Sounds good


NO, NO

You forgot about use Code CP40 for extra £40 off

Chanchi323 m ago

The further £200 cashback is from Miele - instructions are on the Co-op …The further £200 cashback is from Miele - instructions are on the Co-op page under the promotions tab including linkshttps://electrical.coop.co.uk/laundry/washing-machines/freestanding/miele-wkb120-8kg-1600-spin-washing-machine-in-white-a-mie-wsh-wkb120-w/[Image]


Thank you very much, Chanchi - My first order through hotukdeals is done Thanks once again..

Sub Total: £699.00Discount value applied: £200.00Delivery: £3.99
Payment Methods:


Credit/Debit Card - - £702.99

Membership Rewards:

5% for you: £34.95

1% for your community:: £6.99

Order Total: £702.99

Original Poster

huhunter4 m ago

NO, NOYou forgot about use Code CP40 for extra £40 off



Looks like it's working - thought they had stopped the codes working with Co-op members deals, thanks

Chanchi3210 m ago

Looks like it's working - thought they had stopped the codes working with …Looks like it's working - thought they had stopped the codes working with Co-op members deals, thanks


Ohhh... Shall i cancel this and order new one ? Will it create complexity ? Thanks...

UPDATE: I'll cancel the previous one.. yes CP40 working!

Order Sub Total: £659.00
Discount Value Applied: £240.00
Delivery: £3.99
Order Total: £662.99
5% for you£32.95
1% for your community:£6.59
Edited by: "Raju_Chavda-1001337367833" 6th Nov

Wow! Excellent offer!!!

Raju_Chavda-100133736783311 m ago

Ohhh... Shall i cancel this and order new one ? Will it create complexity …Ohhh... Shall i cancel this and order new one ? Will it create complexity ? Thanks...UPDATE: I'll cancel the previous one.. yes CP40 working!Order Sub Total: £659.00Discount Value Applied: £240.00Delivery: £3.99Order Total: £662.995% for you£32.951% for your community:£6.59



He he, maybe one more time to cancel as I am sure you forgot about 2% from topcashback also

5 year warranty - so it's not one of the good ones they put a ten year warranty on!

This is a big discount but it's still an expensive washing machine. Unless you're in love with premium brands for their own sake I suggest doing some research before jumping for this and you may well find it isn't the best buy in the end.

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This is the best deal you have ever posted, heat added

Besford3 m ago

5 year warranty - so it's not one of the good ones they put a ten year …5 year warranty - so it's not one of the good ones they put a ten year warranty on! This is a big discount but it's still an expensive washing machine. Unless you're in love with premium brands for their own sake I suggest doing some research before jumping for this and you may well find it isn't the best buy in the end.


This will last for years, Miele's are made to last.

Besford4 m ago

5 year warranty - so it's not one of the good ones they put a ten year …5 year warranty - so it's not one of the good ones they put a ten year warranty on! This is a big discount but it's still an expensive washing machine. Unless you're in love with premium brands for their own sake I suggest doing some research before jumping for this and you may well find it isn't the best buy in the end.


Our previous Miele washing machine was bottom of the range. It lasted us 17 years of very, very heavy use. It was still going when we gave it away.

Besford5 m ago

5 year warranty - so it's not one of the good ones they put a ten year …5 year warranty - so it's not one of the good ones they put a ten year warranty on! This is a big discount but it's still an expensive washing machine. Unless you're in love with premium brands for their own sake I suggest doing some research before jumping for this and you may well find it isn't the best buy in the end.



Observe Miele promotions and you will see that they usually offer or cashback or extra guarantee and it is not permanent. WMB120 used to be with 10 years warranty and now is with 2 years warranty and £200 cashback. This is how marketing works for good products - to sell to everyone. Once to people looking for long term warranty, once for people looking for good price and other time for someone else

Shame its not on the heat pump tumble dryers

Original Poster

summerof764 m ago

[Image] This is the best deal you have ever posted, heat added



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huhunter7 m ago

He he, maybe one more time to cancel as I am sure you forgot about 2% from …He he, maybe one more time to cancel as I am sure you forgot about 2% from topcashback also


I did haha... but good reminder may be Chanchi can update the deal with cp40 and tcb:)

Original Poster

Besford23 m ago

5 year warranty - so it's not one of the good ones they put a ten year …5 year warranty - so it's not one of the good ones they put a ten year warranty on! This is a big discount but it's still an expensive washing machine. Unless you're in love with premium brands for their own sake I suggest doing some research before jumping for this and you may well find it isn't the best buy in the end.




- Post a mispriced Beko washing machine for £120 @ John Lewis and get the 'buy cheap buy twice comments"

- Post a Miele for a stupidly discounted price and get "you're in love with premium brands"

Factoring in discounts / co-op rewards you are looking at around £425 for this machine which you could easily pay for a Samsung/LG which is mid brand. Miele have a reputation for quality, hence the usual high price, agree with huhunter around Miele trading off promos and fully expect Miele to last a lot longer than 5 years.

This will be sold out this time tomorrow (price is too good)

With regards to research, Which? haven't tested this machine but here's their review:


"Not tested
All of our research shows that Miele washing machines are simply outstanding and owners love them. At our lab, Miele washers fly through our rigorous washing tests with all but one of the machines we’ve tested in recent years going on to become Best Buys. Wash results are often excellent and despite the high price tags – Miele’s start at £600 but regularly cost more than £1,000 – owners tell us that they represent value for money. And six-out-of-ten of 1,495 washing machine owners we surveyed in autumn 2016 told us they’ll buy another Miele. The same survey showed Miele owners to be the most satisfied with their washing machines.


What is it?

This is a freestanding washing machine, the most common type on the market. It can be placed anywhere you have the space and plumbing. It’s not designed to be covered up under a door panel. If that’s what you’re looking for you need an integrated, or built-in, model.

The drum in this machine will let you wash 8kg of clothes at once, which makes it particularly suitable for medium to large households that produce big loads of laundry. As a guide, this size of drum is big enough to wash 25 to 26 men’s shirts at once – though a real life load might look more like – two pairs of men’s jeans, three pairs of children’s jeans, five men’s shirts, three bath towels, three small towels, three tea towels and two pillowcases. There are lots of 8kg drum washing machines on the market.

This machine's 1600 rpm is just about as fast as you’ll find on a washing machine. High spin speeds tend to do a good job of removing water from clothes at the end of a wash cycle. However, so do washing machines with a 1400rpm spin speed – and models with a slower maximum spin can be cheaper to buy.

The energy label rating for this washing machine is A+++. This label indicates that this washing machine should be cheaper to run than machines with an A+ or A++ energy label. But our research has shown that this isn’t always the case, and even when it is, the difference in running costs are not that significant over a year. Our advice is that it’s worth paying more attention to the purchase price of a washing machine and how reliable that brand is, to help make your final decision about which model to buy.

Should you buy one?

If you can afford one, then yes, a Miele would make an excellent choice. We haven’t tested this model, but everything we’ve learned through our testing and surveys tells us that Miele makes first-class machines. They have an enviable reliability record and hordes of owners who love them"

Chanchi you spin me right round baby right round like a washing machine.

Can you tell me how to get the Coop members 200 discount? Not showing when i try to purchase

Help!

Sorted - site was not recognising my Central England Coop number - got the 200 discount by entering my ordinary Coop membership details
Edited by: "carboy" 6th Nov

Besford41 m ago

5 year warranty - so it's not one of the good ones they put a ten year …5 year warranty - so it's not one of the good ones they put a ten year warranty on! This is a big discount but it's still an expensive washing machine. Unless you're in love with premium brands for their own sake I suggest doing some research before jumping for this and you may well find it isn't the best buy in the end.


It's half good then. I don't know which half will break first though. I guess that doesn't matter as I don't think you have just have half a working washing machine, if it was possible then the drum would be a semi circle I would guess. I've been thinking about this I'm not sure I should get down to Dragon's Den soon, but it's a work in progress. My luck I would make a machine with the broken half!

Miele used to be exceptional...they're not anymore, but they still want the huge money and make claims that they are tested to the equivalent of 20 years. Unfortunately, this does not equate to a real world 20 years.

I had one and yes, it was a good machine. However, it lasted a little over 5 years, I expected more.

I replaced it with a beko which cost a quarter of the price and is still going strong after 6 years.

Chanchi326 m ago

Reference the code - it may depend if the discount code is on the invoice …Reference the code - it may depend if the discount code is on the invoice supplied by Co-op Electrical and if so how strict Miele are in enforcing their t's and c's. Will add into the OP around code usage and the t's and c's point. thanks


I called Miele to clarify this point - they said the T&C's relate to their own promotional codes and not retailer codes, so the discount hopefully should be honoured.
Edited by: "jutsubay" 6th Nov

Original Poster

jutsubay56 s ago

I called Miele to clarify this point - they said the T&C's relate to their …I called Miele to clarify this point - they said the T&C's relate to their own promotional codes and not retailer codes, so the discount hopefully should be honoured.



thanks for confirming, it did seem a bit odd

I've got a 8 year old LG that cost circa £350 in 2009 and it was bought on the premise that I'd expect it to last 3-5 years but it's lasted much longer.

I've ordered as this works out to £463 (when the £200 from Miele is fulfilled) and there's an extra £30 to spend on the Co-op website - I think it's worth £433 for 5 years service, possibly more.

I've scheduled the delivery for Cyber Monday, just in case something better is released for Black Friday so I can commit without buyers remorse!

Order Sub Total: £659.00
Discount Value Applied: £240.00
Delivery: £3.99
Order Total: £662.99
5% for you£32.95
1% for your community:£6.59

Voted Hot!

Edit: I've had £13.18 track via Quidco - don't think it will pay out but got to be in it to win it!
Edited by: "SomebodE" 6th Nov

If you have your washer delivered quickly, you can use the £32.95 towards the dryer that has £120 off for members together with £40 off code of CP40

See electrical.coop.co.uk/lau…-w/

It should make it circa £559 minus £32.95 and plus £3.99 delivery
Total £530.04

Good deal... thanks op

GDB22221 h, 29 m ago

Our previous Miele washing machine was bottom of the range. It lasted us …Our previous Miele washing machine was bottom of the range. It lasted us 17 years of very, very heavy use. It was still going when we gave it away.

Mine lasted 12

scottswaha54 m ago

Miele used to be exceptional...they're not anymore, but they still want …Miele used to be exceptional...they're not anymore, but they still want the huge money and make claims that they are tested to the equivalent of 20 years. Unfortunately, this does not equate to a real world 20 years.I had one and yes, it was a good machine. However, it lasted a little over 5 years, I expected more.I replaced it with a beko which cost a quarter of the price and is still going strong after 6 years.



According to washingmachinereviews.co.uk/mie…tml - this machine used to come with a 10yr Warranty. Either that promotion is not on and the quality is the same or the quality has gone down and the warranty reflects.

Chanchi321 h, 16 m ago

- Post a mispriced Beko washing machine for £120 @ John Lewis and get the …- Post a mispriced Beko washing machine for £120 @ John Lewis and get the 'buy cheap buy twice comments"- Post a Miele for a stupidly discounted price and get "you're in love with premium brands"Factoring in discounts / co-op rewards you are looking at around £425 for this machine which you could easily pay for a Samsung/LG which is mid brand. Miele have a reputation for quality, hence the usual high price, agree with huhunter around Miele trading off promos and fully expect Miele to last a lot longer than 5 years.This will be sold out this time tomorrow (price is too good)With regards to research, Which? haven't tested this machine but here's their review:"Not testedAll of our research shows that Miele washing machines are simply outstanding and owners love them. At our lab, Miele washers fly through our rigorous washing tests with all but one of the machines we’ve tested in recent years going on to become Best Buys. Wash results are often excellent and despite the high price tags – Miele’s start at £600 but regularly cost more than £1,000 – owners tell us that they represent value for money. And six-out-of-ten of 1,495 washing machine owners we surveyed in autumn 2016 told us they’ll buy another Miele. The same survey showed Miele owners to be the most satisfied with their washing machines.What is it?This is a freestanding washing machine, the most common type on the market. It can be placed anywhere you have the space and plumbing. It’s not designed to be covered up under a door panel. If that’s what you’re looking for you need an integrated, or built-in, model.The drum in this machine will let you wash 8kg of clothes at once, which makes it particularly suitable for medium to large households that produce big loads of laundry. As a guide, this size of drum is big enough to wash 25 to 26 men’s shirts at once – though a real life load might look more like – two pairs of men’s jeans, three pairs of children’s jeans, five men’s shirts, three bath towels, three small towels, three tea towels and two pillowcases. There are lots of 8kg drum washing machines on the market.This machine's 1600 rpm is just about as fast as you’ll find on a washing machine. High spin speeds tend to do a good job of removing water from clothes at the end of a wash cycle. However, so do washing machines with a 1400rpm spin speed – and models with a slower maximum spin can be cheaper to buy.The energy label rating for this washing machine is A+++. This label indicates that this washing machine should be cheaper to run than machines with an A+ or A++ energy label. But our research has shown that this isn’t always the case, and even when it is, the difference in running costs are not that significant over a year. Our advice is that it’s worth paying more attention to the purchase price of a washing machine and how reliable that brand is, to help make your final decision about which model to buy.Should you buy one?If you can afford one, then yes, a Miele would make an excellent choice. We haven’t tested this model, but everything we’ve learned through our testing and surveys tells us that Miele makes first-class machines. They have an enviable reliability record and hordes of owners who love them"


I can vouch for Miele products. I have 2 fridge freezers and a dishwasher. One of my fridge freezers i've had 14yrs and its still going strong. Used to have a washing machine and that lasted around 18yrs. You get what you pay for

carboy1 h, 30 m ago

Can you tell me how to get the Coop members 200 discount? Not showing when …Can you tell me how to get the Coop members 200 discount? Not showing when i try to purchase :(Help!


coop.co.uk/mem…hip

Moving into a new house on Saturday, was going to wait until black friday for a deal but this is too good to pass on - thank you so much for posting

summerof761 h, 12 m ago

I can vouch for Miele products. I have 2 fridge freezers and a dishwasher. …I can vouch for Miele products. I have 2 fridge freezers and a dishwasher. One of my fridge freezers i've had 14yrs and its still going strong. Used to have a washing machine and that lasted around 18yrs. You get what you pay for


Well, I haven't had the same joyful experience of miele. And in doing some research online, I found that I was not the only person having had my erroneously raised expectations of meile come crashing to the ground.

Incidentally, I am a trained engineer.

Fridges etc can last a long time (they only have one moving part), but most people replace them due to the degradation of the trim. When did you have that miraculous 18 year old lasting machine, because the machines they sell today will not see 5 or 6 years without uneconomic repairs.


"You get what you pay for"?

Well, my 'cheapskate, rubbish' beko is already outlasting the miele, it was a quarter of the price. And, if it needs a part, I expect that would be at a commensurate cost.
Edited by: "scottswaha" 6th Nov

SomebodE1 h, 4 m ago

According to …According to http://washingmachinereviews.co.uk/miele-wkb120-washing-machine-review.html - this machine used to come with a 10yr Warranty. Either that promotion is not on and the quality is the same or the quality has gone down and the warranty reflects.



Maybe if it did have a ten year warranty, it might be viable. But in my experience five years is about all you will get without having to make uneconomic repairs (around 50% of the capital cost of the purchase price).
Edited by: "scottswaha" 6th Nov

summerof761 h, 11 m ago

I can vouch for Miele products. I have 2 fridge freezers and a dishwasher. …I can vouch for Miele products. I have 2 fridge freezers and a dishwasher. One of my fridge freezers i've had 14yrs and its still going strong. Used to have a washing machine and that lasted around 18yrs. You get what you pay for


18 years is pretty good going for a washing machine, and very good indeed if it has required no repairs.

I think a top of the range Hotpoint washing machine we once had lasted about that long, but had many repairs over the years including at least one set of bearings, a new controller, and even exploded once.

However, you don't need to spend Miele prices to get that sort of life expectancy out of a fridge, freezer or dishwasher.

My fridge is about 23 years old, my freezer about 5 years younger, both were a Comet own brand model. My dishwasher, a £300ish Bosch, is 18 years old. The freezer and dishwasher have required no maintenance.
Edited by: "melted" 6th Nov
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