free 10 yr Warranty on all Miele Washing machines
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free 10 yr Warranty on all Miele Washing machines

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Found 5th Apr 2012
Until the end of April, get the parts and labour warranty on all miele washing machines extended to TEN years at no cost - you can buy the machine at any dealer - doesn't have to be direct from miele.

Same thing for dishwashers - but only FIVE years.

miele.co.uk/10y…ry/

miele.co.uk/5ye…er/
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Not bad specially if you win the one up for grabs in the comps section: hotukdeals.com/com…330
Really good offer but your never need to use the guarantee in 10 years anyway. Had my Miele over 15 years and its never gone wrong or the Miele Dishwasher.You pay more for Miele but well worth it in the long run.
Is it just washing machines or washer dryers? Close to a grand for a washing machine without a dryer facility seems a bit steep.
She not going to get the benefit sitting on it like that. Heat added.
Edited by: "Geemac" 6th Apr 2012
Omg I'd never heard that meile did 10 year warrantys. Amazing.
Alternatively Buy an ISE appliance which comes with a ten year guarantee as standard - no need to wait for special offers!
iseappliances.co.uk/ind…ise
crumpetman

Is it just washing machines or washer dryers? Close to a grand for a … Is it just washing machines or washer dryers? Close to a grand for a washing machine without a dryer facility seems a bit steep.



Not really...this is a Miele NOT a lesser brand
Good offer but Miele prices are truly ridiculous. You could get through two or three decent other makes (Bosch, etc) and still be quids in.

When I saw that the Miele wine chiller cabinet in my local Comet was £4K I knew these people were taking the michael!
crumpetman

Is it just washing machines or washer dryers? Close to a grand for a … Is it just washing machines or washer dryers? Close to a grand for a washing machine without a dryer facility seems a bit steep.



The go ahead and buy 2-3 Hotpoints during the same time period. Miele are the best. All my appliances are Miele. My Miele vacuum cleaner is 28 years old and still going strong.
Given Miele's outstanding reputation for reliability, you won't need to use the guarantee. My missus has one of these for at least 10 years and has never had a problem.
Edited by: "Nairek" 9th Apr 2012
Besford

Good offer but Miele prices are truly ridiculous. You could get through … Good offer but Miele prices are truly ridiculous. You could get through two or three decent other makes (Bosch, etc) and still be quids in.When I saw that the Miele wine chiller cabinet in my local Comet was £4K I knew these people were taking the michael!



Don't compare Bosch to Miele - not comparable at all other than country of origin.
have another miele product, so reckon brand worth it.

Have a washing machine at end of life, drum brushes away, exceedingly noisy, have been advise replace rather than repair, though it is unrepairable still washing acceptably.

See this 10 year gaurantee and am considering taking the plunge at a low end miele washing machine. Any recommendations? (not planning to go much over £700)
buddy_holly

have another miele product, so reckon brand worth it.Have a washing … have another miele product, so reckon brand worth it.Have a washing machine at end of life, drum brushes away, exceedingly noisy, have been advise replace rather than repair, though it is unrepairable still washing acceptably.See this 10 year gaurantee and am considering taking the plunge at a low end miele washing machine. Any recommendations? (not planning to go much over £700)



W3204 is a good machine for ~£700.
Buy a Bosch that comes with a 2year guarantee and change it for the latest model every 2 years 5 times and you would still be quids in, not taking into account you could sell all your S/H machines.
Edited by: "solidamber" 9th Apr 2012
Gotta say that I would never buy any other washing machine brand again. Before our Miele we were literally getting through a washing machine a year! Brand new or 2nd hand. Bought a 5 year old Miele 2nd hand from Ebay for £200 after reading how good they were and that must be about 8-9 years ago now and it's still whisper quiet and going like a trooper. For all the naysayers out there do a bit of research, like I did, and you will see that, while they are a bit more expensive, they will last you soooooo much longer than any other machine. There's no way you'll even get to use the 10 year guarentee unless you're really unlucky. They are quality and prove the adage that you get what you pay for.
solidamber

Buy a Bosch that comes with a 2year guarantee and change it for the … Buy a Bosch that comes with a 2year guarantee and change it for the latest model every 2 years 5 times and you would still be quids in, not taking into account you could sell all your S/H machines.



Bosch do £250 machines?
Besford

Good offer but Miele prices are truly ridiculous.


My Miele is 5 years old but looks and performs like its brand new (some sort of special coating they put on the bodywork).

Would never buy any washer but Miele now.

What you're paying for is quality, not something lashed together in Thailand and built down to a price.
spaceboyo

W3204 is a good machine for ~£700.



I bought a W5740 for £770 in John Lewis after a price match in December 2010 when they had this same 10yr free guarantee offer, replacing my old Miele WS5426 that I got in 1984 which is now in the garage, still going strong.
spaceboyo

W3204 is a good machine for ~£700.



John Lewis currently have a £100 trade in allowance (i.e. free removal of your dying machine and a £100 saving) bringing a W3204 down to £618 delivered.

It's currently out of stock for online orders but can be ordered in store.
mangle_wurzel

John Lewis currently have a £100 trade in allowance (i.e. free removal of … John Lewis currently have a £100 trade in allowance (i.e. free removal of your dying machine and a £100 saving) bringing a W3204 down to £618 delivered.It's currently out of stock for online orders but can be ordered in store.



thanks guys....

have been nosing without following up too hard.

was looking at 1613 and 3204, as entry level machines.

I may well got to JL tomorrow (not one near i staty, but one near where i work...)

The 3204 for that much with warranty is a good deal.
After my 12 yr old indesit died, I bought a Hotpoint via a thread on here, four years ago. It looks good as new and works perfectly. The cost of both together come to £300, I'll stick with my "cheap lashed together" machines. Not slagging off Miele here, just the snobs who think anything less is rubbish.
Miele undoubtedly make exceptionally good washing machines but there are quite a few reports around that once they breakdown, after their warranty has expired, they can very easily become beyond economical repair with pricey hard to source parts, which normally means bringing in Miele themselves and due to this many people tend to ditch them in fairly early life.

Additionally, they claim to be built to last for at least 20 years but does anyone really want the same washing machine for that long? Washing machines have come a long way in the last 20 years. If we still had the same machine that we had back in '92 it would have about a 5kg wash load and would be very uneconomical.
m5rcc

The go ahead and buy 2-3 Hotpoints during the same time period. Miele are … The go ahead and buy 2-3 Hotpoints during the same time period. Miele are the best. All my appliances are Miele. My Miele vacuum cleaner is 28 years old and still going strong.



People show off about the strangest things.
m5rcc

The go ahead and buy 2-3 Hotpoints during the same time period. Miele are … The go ahead and buy 2-3 Hotpoints during the same time period. Miele are the best. All my appliances are Miele. My Miele vacuum cleaner is 28 years old and still going strong.



Our first Miele vac' lasted about 15 years. Not bad really, but not anywhere near as good as our first vac' which is a cheapo Hitachi that's still working after 22 years.
Bought my Miele washng machine in 1998. Not missed a beat in 14 years. Cost me £750 at the time, worth every penny.
We've had our Miele washing machine for 5 years, engineer has been out four times to it, and had it updated (took a little time to sort out the problem).

Parts are always expensive for things to repair from manufacturers, but if you know what you are doing or care to look around you can repair them quite cheaply. The Miele dishwasher that we have failed, the thermostat burnt out and made the cable catch alight. Crimped a new piece of wire and got a thermostat from RS for £6 Miele wanted £44.90 just for the thermostat.

As with all things you get what you pay for. The only advantage of the Miele is having the peace of mind of the guarantee. Just shop around and you will find a WM for a reasonable price. The basic model comes in at around £599 which never used to have the 10 year on it.
Have to agree, bought one of their washing machines with 10 year guarantee and no problems so far 4 years on. Used to go for the cheaper brands and they could be economical if you get lucky, unfortunately for me they only lasted 14 months or so. Most of you will know that even our of warranty you can claim against manufacturer under Sale of Goods Act (merchantable quality) but after 6 months you have to prove it is a defect etc.

In the last 2 years I have had 2 whirlpool dishwashers, a whirlpool tumble dryer and a fridge, All junk.
They simply don't last I am afraid (and I don't abuse them honestly!!). So I think in some cases it pays to pay - albeit, not getting at those that done, these are tough times to be sure!
brilliant offer!cheapest one in john lewis is £719 usually only a five year guarantee with them,just ordered mine,at last a miele!
RedOnRed

Miele undoubtedly make exceptionally good washing machines but there are … Miele undoubtedly make exceptionally good washing machines but there are quite a few reports around that once they breakdown, after their warranty has expired, they can very easily become beyond economical repair with pricey hard to source parts, which normally means bringing in Miele themselves and due to this many people tend to ditch them in fairly early life. Additionally, they claim to be built to last for at least 20 years but does anyone really want the same washing machine for that long? Washing machines have come a long way in the last 20 years. If we still had the same machine that we had back in '92 it would have about a 5kg wash load and would be very uneconomical.


miele machines can be updated via their repair mens laptop so should be fine,will update programmes
10 year ago all Miele was excellent, now they are only good.
from 2006 (?) washing machine and dryiers are made in Czech in Uničov factory.
Still not chinese but not only german.
Bosh/siemens washing machines and dryiers are made in germany (8kg loads), turkey or poland and all 45 cm depth in china. Siemens and bosh are usuing this same parts in this same factory.

m5rcc

The go ahead and buy 2-3 Hotpoints during the same time period. Miele are … The go ahead and buy 2-3 Hotpoints during the same time period. Miele are the best. All my appliances are Miele. My Miele vacuum cleaner is 28 years old and still going strong.



mind you your house is filthy
Get yourself a cheap brand and buy a new one every 2 years (if it lasts longer - result!), a much better long term option. I work for a company that used to rent machines from Warner Howard (for a block of ten flats). About 7 years ago I worked out we could replace the machine once every 3 months for the price of hiring. I bought a Zanussi, and it's been going strong since then - so that's a domestic machine costing no more than £300 coping with 10 households for 7 years!!! Conversely, I bought a £600 LG 2 years ago and have had the engineer out twice and I have also replaced the pumps.

Speaking to the engineer, he told me to go cheap as they all have a c5 year life! - personally I think you can get good ones and bad ones, but I know I won't spend over £400 on a machine in the future!
is there a size difference between 6kg-8kg or is it just weight it can handle?
JezUK

People show off about the strangest things.



It's not showing off, it's proving the point that most things other than Miele are $h1t
I've got a newish (2 yr old) miele washer, but I have to say that the quality isn't as good as it used to be. I've also got a 15yr old miele dishwasher which is built to a better standard.

Somebody pointed out the ISE machines - I used to have one of these but under the original brand name of Asko (swedish company) and it was a better machine than my current miele washer. I think ISE just rebadge for the UK market - I wasn't aware of them when I bought our current washer and Asko had stopped selling in the UK.
m5rcc

Don't compare Bosch to Miele - not comparable at all other than country … Don't compare Bosch to Miele - not comparable at all other than country of origin.



I didn't say Bosch are as good as Miele - I said you could buy two or three (over that ten year period) and still be quids in. I don't doubt that Miele are good but the prices are beyond good value.

My previous washer was a Hoover and served us well for 15 years - but that doesn't mean I would recommend the brand!
JezUK

People show off about the strangest things.



Probably has a 'Miele Inside' sticker on the front door!
Besford

I didn't say Bosch are as good as Miele - I said you could buy two or … I didn't say Bosch are as good as Miele - I said you could buy two or three (over that ten year period) and still be quids in. I don't doubt that Miele are good but the prices are beyond good value.My previous washer was a Hoover and served us well for 15 years - but that doesn't mean I would recommend the brand!



A decent Bosch will be around £400. A mid-range Miele is £700. I don't see how your maths works out...
m5rcc

A decent Bosch will be around £400. A mid-range Miele is £700. I don't s … A decent Bosch will be around £400. A mid-range Miele is £700. I don't see how your maths works out...



My decent Bosch was £229.
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