FML942PUK Hotpoint 9kg Aquarius Washing Machine & Free Delivery £193 @ Hotpoint clearance
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FML942PUK Hotpoint 9kg Aquarius Washing Machine & Free Delivery £193 @ Hotpoint clearance

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Found 26th Oct
Large 9kg drum , Good price, £360 in Argos and £249 at Very

MPN: FML942PUK EAN: 5054645024742


Lighten your laundry basket with this Hotpoint FML942PUK 9kg Load Washing Machine.Boasting an impressive A++ energy rating and a generous 9kg load capacity, this Hotpoint washing machine is the perfect choice for busy households that want to save time and money!

Equipped with 16 clever programs such as Delicates, Fast Wash, Woolmark Platinum and a useful Bed and Bath cycle, this machine has also been awarded the Allergy UK Seal of Approval by using high temperatures to remove up to 99.9% of allergens including dust mites and pollen.

A great choice for parents of active kids, this versatile washing machine also comes with anti-stain technology to remove 20 types of everyday stains in one wash, without the need for pre-soaking!

Register upon purchase to activate your 1 year labour and 10 year parts manufacturer's guarantee.
  • Depth: 60.5 CM
  • Energy Rating: A++
  • Anti-stain technology - First for stain removal. Removes 20 of the most stubborn everyday stains in one wash without pre-soaking
  • Anti Allergy - Awarded the Allergy UK Seal of Approval, removes 99.9% of major allergens, including dust mites and pollen
  • Woolmark Platinum Care - A delicate wash programme that keeps your woollens as good as new
  • Bed & Bath Cycle - Specially designed to wash bulky loads of bedding and towels efficiently in just under two hours, with great cleaning performance
  • Delicates Cycle
  • Fast Wash
  • A++ Energy Rating - High performance and low energy use, thanks to Eco Tech


    technology that saves you money on your utility bills
  • 1 year labour and 10 year parts manufacturers guarantee (via registration)
  • Fold Flat Racks and Cutlery Basket: N
  • Full Size / Slimline: Full Size
  • Height: 85 CM
  • Adjustable Basket Height: N
  • Number of Programmes: 16
  • Programmable Functions: Y
  • Spin Speed: 1400rpm
  • Wash Load: 9Kg
  • Width: 59.5 CM
Hotpoint FML942PUK 9kg Load, 1400 Spin Washing Machine with Anti-Stain Technology - White

9 Comments

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If we stopped buying and voting these things hot the company might start to make quality items and improve customer service. A once great brand ruined.

Dont fall for the cheap and long parts warranty they will get you to pay for a yearly warranty the first time you need to call them and claim as the labour side is so expensive. You will need to make use of the warranty but good news is you will have a new friend who will visit you quiet regularly.

Good luck.

eslick14 h, 59 m ago

If we stopped buying and voting these things hot the company might start …If we stopped buying and voting these things hot the company might start to make quality items and improve customer service. A once great brand ruined. Dont fall for the cheap and long parts warranty they will get you to pay for a yearly warranty the first time you need to call them and claim as the labour side is so expensive. You will need to make use of the warranty but good news is you will have a new friend who will visit you quiet regularly. Good luck.


Appreciate your opinion what then what other brand is better and can be bought for the same price? Where else can you get a 9kg washing machine for £200? It's all fair and well saying that the machine will break and what not but if you don't have £350+ to spend on a machine, then what?
Also, what brand would you recommend?

Father in law always recommended anything by Electrolux ie Tricity Bendix, Zanussi, aeg. He worked on this stuff for 30 years so would know. Said the LG are quite good as well.
He worked for creda before they got bought out by hotpoint and never rated the hotpoint stuff as good as the old creda stuff
Edited by: "Mpt11" 27th Oct

Original Poster

Trouble is nowadays they are all sealed drums on washing machines even expensive ones so you cant replace a simple thing like bearings without replacing the whole drum which costs £££ so cheaper to buy a new one, should be looked into as its a bit of a scam

porradude1 h, 18 m ago

Appreciate your opinion what then what other brand is better and can be …Appreciate your opinion what then what other brand is better and can be bought for the same price? Where else can you get a 9kg washing machine for £200? It's all fair and well saying that the machine will break and what not but if you don't have £350+ to spend on a machine, then what? Also, what brand would you recommend?


BEKO consistently score well among budget brands - in fact Which? have rated them as good a Bosch.

porradude1 h, 35 m ago

Appreciate your opinion what then what other brand is better and can be …Appreciate your opinion what then what other brand is better and can be bought for the same price? Where else can you get a 9kg washing machine for £200? It's all fair and well saying that the machine will break and what not but if you don't have £350+ to spend on a machine, then what? Also, what brand would you recommend?



as above anything really than these or their sister company indesit,on white goods, the saying pay cheap pay twice is something that you can associate with these, the reality is you have a year with no worries, after that they will charge you for the labour, believe this is over £100 a visit (once the machine gets to a certain age its even more expensive) or can be added as a monthly insurance. So don't think of it as a £200 machine think of it as at least £300 for two years, £400 for 3 years and so on. You can get other machines out there for this price with 5 year warranties or you could just pay the £200 and get a local guy to fix it, you might also find it doesn't break and you might be one of the lucky ones. Speak from experience replaced everything when we got a new kitchen, washer engineer was at our house weekly, they had to replace the dishwasher twice after they had the same fault and flooded the kitchen. Fridge was the only thing not to go and we had to replace salad trays and door shelves a few times. In the end we gave up on the dishwasher bought a Siemens for £350 which was £20 more than we paid for the hotpoint, we kept on with the washer and paid the monthly fee until we thought enough is enough and went with an LG. Never had any problems in 5 years with the other appliances, yes its 5 years ago but sadly hotpoint is still the same.

I've had Indesit Washing machines for the last 20 years, and creda / hotpoint tumbledryers for the past 10 years.

I used to be a service engineer for Indesit/Hotpoint/Creda so I thought I'd be alright if something went wrong, because I'd get cheap parts. Or at least I would have - I stopped working for them a few months ago. I't nothing to do with company loyalty - I just bought what I thought represented great value at the time. My Dishwasher is Tricity and my cooker is Zanussi.

None of my machines have displayed the slightest inkling of a problem in all that time.

You want to be on first name terms with your engineer? Try Bosch or Beko, or that White Knight crap Currys are passing off as white goods.

SlightlyFoxed27th Oct

I've had Indesit Washing machines for the last 20 years, and creda / …I've had Indesit Washing machines for the last 20 years, and creda / hotpoint tumbledryers for the past 10 years. I used to be a service engineer for Indesit/Hotpoint/Creda so I thought I'd be alright if something went wrong, because I'd get cheap parts. Or at least I would have - I stopped working for them a few months ago. I't nothing to do with company loyalty - I just bought what I thought represented great value at the time. My Dishwasher is Tricity and my cooker is Zanussi.None of my machines have displayed the slightest inkling of a problem in all that time.You want to be on first name terms with your engineer? Try Bosch or Beko, or that White Knight crap Currys are passing off as white goods.


Glad these brands have served you well.

My family have had quite the opposite experience. The kitchen we inherited from our house builder, was fully equipped with integrated Zanussi appliances. We were pleased not to have any Hotpoint / Indesit appliances, and felt we had acquired quality goods. Sadly the Oven, Washer and Fridge have all failed within 7 years. The fridge in particular, was flimsy, and the internal moulding of the doors, buckled under the weight of regular items such as 2 litre bottles of milk.

My parents were forewarned not to buy Hotpoint appliances. Despite this, and being attracted by the prices and the lure of headline grabbing warranties they purchased a washer, and Fridge Freezer. Both have failed with 6 years, and are not cost effective to repair.

Similarly my in-laws hotpoint washer failed after 4 years (now replaced with a surplus 4 year old LG washer we had)

On the flip side, we install entry level Bosch Appliances in our rental properties. We've had no issues in the last 10 years, all are going strong, with no complaints from tenants - We've had no experience of Beko so can't comment.
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