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Haier Hatrium HW100-B14636 10Kg Washing Machine with 1400 rpm - White - A+++ Rated £299 at ao.com

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Posted 5th Nov

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6 months interest free on top of the 100 pounds off.
That’s a good deal I say if you are looking at under 300 for a machine

Lots of good reviews.
Does anyone have this machine or have experience with the brand ?

Wait for Black Friday or take this ?
My new Samsung fridge is getting delivered in 30 mins, that’s gray/silver.
Guess I can wait till get something matching in colour ?
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jamgin05/11/2019 18:28

Unknown brand you're better off buying a Sony



Unknown? It is the world's largest white goods manufacturer with the largest market share. Haier bought GE's appliance business a few years ago; it also owns Hotpoint in the US and Hoover in Europe.
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What's the warranty on this?
I have this machine. It’s spin cycle is quiet and most noise this makes is from the water going in.

I got it from AO a few months ago for 350 inc 5 year warranty from AO.

Is better than the LG we had before.

Even though the spin is lower than the LG the clothes are dryer??
mg199505/11/2019 17:29

What's the warranty on this?


2 years - had to use desktop site
What's the frequency Kenneth? :/
Is this a good brand for washing machines ? I have no experience.
Had a Samsung before that was great
The which? reviews accuse Haier machines of having a "shabby rinse"
I’ve just bought this from curry’s for the same price. For £80 extra got a 5 year warranty and they will come out and clean all filters, drum and drawer every year.
Had this for about 18 months now. Great machine. Very very quiet, even on full spin
BigStart05/11/2019 17:32

Is this a good brand for washing machines ? I have no experience.Had a …Is this a good brand for washing machines ? I have no experience.Had a Samsung before that was great


Doesn’t matter if it’s good or not 2 year warranty at this price makes it a poor price when you can get a five year warranty machine for about £30 to £50 more.
eslick05/11/2019 18:06

Doesn’t matter if it’s good or not 2 year warranty at this price makes it a …Doesn’t matter if it’s good or not 2 year warranty at this price makes it a poor price when you can get a five year warranty machine for about £30 to £50 more.


Can you produce a couple of examples ?

I can’t find anything good with 5 years at this price range
Unknown brand you're better off buying a Sony
jamgin05/11/2019 18:28

Unknown brand you're better off buying a Sony



Unknown? It is the world's largest white goods manufacturer with the largest market share. Haier bought GE's appliance business a few years ago; it also owns Hotpoint in the US and Hoover in Europe.
bozo00705/11/2019 18:36

Unknown? It is the world's largest white goods manufacturer with the …Unknown? It is the world's largest white goods manufacturer with the largest market share. Haier bought GE's appliance business a few years ago; it also owns Hotpoint in the US and Hoover in Europe.


I think he was referencing the loughborough guy lol
Info about Hair :
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Strange to see the spin performance is better than your previous LG, the spin rating on this is a B whilst all the current LG ones are an A (though obviously your previous LG may have been different). media.ao.com/en-…png
Edited by: "Grumbledook" 5th Nov
BigStart05/11/2019 18:07

Can you produce a couple of examples ?I can’t find anything good with 5 y …Can you produce a couple of examples ?I can’t find anything good with 5 years at this price range



Samsung are usually on here around that price, might need to have a good search though, LG ones also have 5 year warranty if you can find an offer. Check ebay with their 10% off code as they still come with the warranty.
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eslick05/11/2019 18:06

Doesn’t matter if it’s good or not 2 year warranty at this price makes it a …Doesn’t matter if it’s good or not 2 year warranty at this price makes it a poor price when you can get a five year warranty machine for about £30 to £50 more.


For £300, 2 year warranty is quite normal, after we're out of The EU, we may only have one year.
However, you can buy warranty. I've got last week a Grundig tumble dryer from Currys with 5 year warranty. Paid £300. Grundig is made by Beko. Beko was £230 with 2 years warranty or you pay another £70 and get warranty for 5 years.
So, same manufacturer, almost same product, same price.
Samsung was doing 5 years warranty but the cheapest tumble dryer I found was £600. Those with longer warranty cost more.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 5th Nov
sheffield78805/11/2019 19:24

For £300, 2 year warranty is quite normal, after we're out of The EU, we …For £300, 2 year warranty is quite normal, after we're out of The EU, we may only have one year.However, you can buy warranty. I've got last week a Grundig tumble dryer from Currys with 5 year warranty. Paid £300. Grundig is made by Beko. Beko was £230 with 2 years warranty or you pay another £70 and get warranty for 5 years.So, same manufacturer, almost same product, same price.Samsung was doing 5 years warranty but the cheapest tumble dryer I found was £600. Those with longer warranty cost more.



Samsung washers are always on here between £320 and £350 and with a 5 year warranty, LG can also be had for £350 to £400 but not on offer as much as the Samsung but come with a 5 year warranty. Any company that offers a lower price and 10 year parts warranty are worthless, you need to add on £120+ a year for the labour warranty.

Even a two year warranty at £300 should be seen as poor deal as if the manufacture doesnt value their machines then why should you you could be lucky and get more than 2 years out of it but sadly whitegoods arent made to last any more and for an extra £50 £60 its more economical to by a 5 year warranty machine.
eslick05/11/2019 19:35

Samsung washers are always on here between £320 and £350 and with a 5 year …Samsung washers are always on here between £320 and £350 and with a 5 year warranty, LG can also be had for £350 to £400 but not on offer as much as the Samsung but come with a 5 year warranty. Any company that offers a lower price and 10 year parts warranty are worthless, you need to add on £120+ a year for the labour warranty. Even a two year warranty at £300 should be seen as poor deal as if the manufacture doesnt value their machines then why should you you could be lucky and get more than 2 years out of it but sadly whitegoods arent made to last any more and for an extra £50 £60 its more economical to by a 5 year warranty machine.


My Hotpoint tumble dryer broke 3 times in 3 years. My Hoover washing machine broke twice in 2 years. They do not make products to last anymore. They make money on repairs or warranty. Same as others make money on services (such as Echo making money on music subscription).
With regards to Samsung 5 year warranty, I've looked until last week to get one of their heat pump tumble dryers. Unfortunately the cheapest everywhere was £599. With some luck, with a voucher 10% off. Despite the fact I believe Samsung makes good products, the main reason I was looking to get this brand was 5 years warranty. Eventually I found Grundig offering the same warranty and got it for £300. However, as I mentioned before, I could have got Beko cheaper, but adding warranty the price was £300 in total.
I believe companies like Samsung and LG offer warranty because they trust their products. And this is why are more expensive. The rest...do not care anymore. I have no doubts my Grundig will break at least 2-3 in 5 years.
With regards to 2 years warranty for a £300 product...even a £700 laptop comes only with 2 years warranty.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 5th Nov
eslick05/11/2019 19:35

Samsung washers are always on here between £320 and £350 and with a 5 year …Samsung washers are always on here between £320 and £350 and with a 5 year warranty, LG can also be had for £350 to £400 but not on offer as much as the Samsung but come with a 5 year warranty. Any company that offers a lower price and 10 year parts warranty are worthless, you need to add on £120+ a year for the labour warranty. Even a two year warranty at £300 should be seen as poor deal as if the manufacture doesnt value their machines then why should you you could be lucky and get more than 2 years out of it but sadly whitegoods arent made to last any more and for an extra £50 £60 its more economical to by a 5 year warranty machine.


It is not about manufacturers not valuing what they make but more about making the machine affordable for the wider population. Warranties are nothing but an insurance policy and the longer the warranty, a greater chunk of the machine's price goes towards this policy. So keep it for a lower duration and let the consumer decide if they want to pay for an extended warranty.
BigStart05/11/2019 18:07

Can you produce a couple of examples ?I can’t find anything good with 5 y …Can you produce a couple of examples ?I can’t find anything good with 5 years at this price range


Got a Grundig tumble dryer last week from Currys with 5 year warranty. I wanted a Samsung, firstly because their products are superior (Grundig is now make by Beko) but most important, because they were offering 5 year warranty. Samsung was too expensive, so got the Grundig instead.
The only brands I found last week offering 5 year warranty were these 2. However, the retailers were offering service plans, so you could have extend it for 5 year.
bozo00705/11/2019 19:45

It is not about manufacturers not valuing what they make but more about …It is not about manufacturers not valuing what they make but more about making the machine affordable for the wider population. Warranties are nothing but an insurance policy and the longer the warranty, a greater chunk of the machine's price goes towards this policy. So keep it for a lower duration and let the consumer decide if they want to pay for an extended warranty.



agree in some cases but in washers there is a clear make it cheap and make money on the extended warranty, thats how the likes of Hotpoint, Indsit make their money its not the machine its the call outs or the extended warranty that they charge where the profit comes from. If a manufacturer backs their machine with their own 5 year warranty which in many cases costs less than a machine with a parts warranty plus the consumer paid labour warranty it is known that these machines last longer. A machine with a 2 year warranty at £300 might last more than 2 years if you are lucky but sadly most dont, not buying a machine with a 5 year warranty at an extra £50 would be false economy but each to their own.
sheffield78805/11/2019 19:44

My Hotpoint tumble dryer broke 3 times in 3 years. My Hoover washing …My Hotpoint tumble dryer broke 3 times in 3 years. My Hoover washing machine broke twice in 2 years. They do not make products to last anymore. They make money on repairs or warranty. Same as others make money on services (such as Echo making money on music subscription).With regards to Samsung 5 year warranty, I've looked until last week to get one of their heat pump tumble dryers. Unfortunately the cheapest everywhere was £599. With some luck, with a voucher 10% off. Despite the fact I believe Samsung makes good products, the main reason I was looking to get this brand was 5 years warranty. Eventually I found Grundig offering the same warranty and got it for £300. However, as I mentioned before, I could have got Beko cheaper, but adding warranty the price was £300 in total.I believe companies like Samsung and LG offer warranty because they trust their products. And this is why are more expensive. The rest...do not care anymore. I have no doubts my Grundig will break at least 2-3 in 5 years.With regards to 2 years warranty for a £300 product...even a £700 laptop comes only with 2 years warranty.


I agree. I had an indesit heat pump tumble dryer bought brand new direct from indesit and it broke down at 6 weeks. The pulley snapped off hence the drum would not rotate. The engineer that come to fix it said that the part used at the factory where made from cheap plastic. And also he slatted the manufacturing of the appliance saying it's not made the way it used to be. The same appliance broke down week 8 where belt snapped. And on week 22 the circuit board wasnt working due to condensation leaking from the tumble dryer door into the main board. The seals where also poorly installed leaking heat. I had an extended warranty via d&g and they offered a replacement but I rejected the replacement and took the cash value and topped up. I've purchased a Samsung heat pump and one year of usage 2 times a day at times and it's still going strong like day 1. I had a similar experience with my Hotpoint washing machine it just kept on breaking down. Luckily I bought it from Costco. Their returns policy is absolutely amazing. I purchased a 10kg Samsung ecobubble addwash washing machine for 500.00 during one of their offers and that come with a 5 year warranty.
DERMU05/11/2019 19:58

I agree. I had an indesit heat pump tumble dryer bought brand new direct …I agree. I had an indesit heat pump tumble dryer bought brand new direct from indesit and it broke down at 6 weeks. The pulley snapped off hence the drum would not rotate. The engineer that come to fix it said that the part used at the factory where made from cheap plastic. And also he slatted the manufacturing of the appliance saying it's not made the way it used to be. The same appliance broke down week 8 where belt snapped. And on week 22 the circuit board wasnt working due to condensation leaking from the tumble dryer door into the main board. The seals where also poorly installed leaking heat. I had an extended warranty via d&g and they offered a replacement but I rejected the replacement and took the cash value and topped up. I've purchased a Samsung heat pump and one year of usage 2 times a day at times and it's still going strong like day 1. I had a similar experience with my Hotpoint washing machine it just kept on breaking down. Luckily I bought it from Costco. Their returns policy is absolutely amazing. I purchased a 10kg Samsung ecobubble addwash washing machine for 500.00 during one of their offers and that come with a 5 year warranty.


Yep, wanted the heat pump Samsung, but was not good, because it was to use it in the garage where is cold, so got a condensing one.
My Hotpoint broke twice in the first year. One time was the main board, which was more expensive than the whole dryer, luckily was still under warranty.
Some good brands such as Indesit, Grundig, Akai, JVC are not what they used to be before. They are cheap for a reason. I guess yo7 can't expect to last more than 2 years when you pay £200. Years ago the whole month salary was going on such products, now you pay a week's wage.
I believe you either pay more and get something decent, or pay less and get extra warranty. I've learnt my lesson.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 5th Nov
jamgin05/11/2019 18:28

Unknown brand you're better off buying a Sony


If you pull your head out of the sand you would realise that it is not an unknown brand. This brand is extremely well known in other parts of the world. Just because it is unknown to you, does not mean that others aren't aware.
So is there many better deals out there for 300 pounds I can’t find many
BigStart05/11/2019 20:14

So is there many better deals out there for 300 pounds I can’t find many


Do not know if it is better, it is certainly in terms of warranty, 5 years, but only 7kg capacity. £270
ebay.co.uk/itm…eqX

Also, £30 more expensive, but again, 5 years warranty and better brand, but only 7kg: ebay.co.uk/itm…TmO


Anyway, I've voted hot for the price but after the bad experiences I had over the past 3 months with all my white goods, I will not buy without 5 years warranty.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 5th Nov
taiko05/11/2019 18:57

I think he was referencing the loughborough guy lol


Where on earth is Loughborough coming into this? Great campus university but no idea where Loughborough reference even came from???
302 hot votes.. seems like most like this deal ..
I really want to order now just not sure about the brand as I never had it before
Have to say visually it’s attractive for a washing machine. It’s a nice modern design
Just ordered one, having purchased a haier fridge/freezer last month which I am very happy with.

An extra £20 off too, banner at the top of the page with a code for kitchen appliances over £299.
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kyren9205/11/2019 22:50

Just ordered one, having purchased a haier fridge/freezer last month which …Just ordered one, having purchased a haier fridge/freezer last month which I am very happy with.An extra £20 off too, banner at the top of the page with a code for kitchen appliances over £299.


Dam

I'm proud of deal I posted now

How do you get extra 20 ?
BigStart05/11/2019 23:02

DDam I'm proud of deal I posted now How do you get extra 20 ?


The extra code seems to be a targeted one off as it's not appearing anymore, opening in another browser brings the banner back tho. Try this in the basket, EXJTEAKNMJ
I can't comment on this Washing Machine specifically, but after purchasing a Haier Fridge Freezer. I can tell you that their UK customer service is non existent. I mean that - it doesn't exist.

The Fridge Freezer that I bought from Co-op Electrical was for a new Kitchen project that was delayed, so we only unpacked the thing 6 months after purchase, to discover it was missing two adjustable legs. These things are only a couple of quid on Amazon, but would make all the difference to the rear of the fridge not having to balance on a plank of wood.

I asked Haier if they could just pop two feet in the post to me - so at least all feet would match. Zero response.

Co-op Electrical (who are no longer trading) even formally (as the retailer) asked Haier to send me two feet as "Good Will". Haier refused.

So if a manufacturer refuses to send two quids worth of missing feet as an act of good will, good luck with their two year warranty - you would be better off calling a Vet for support.
Edited by: "creamola" 5th Nov
Sprintz05/11/2019 22:26

Where on earth is Loughborough coming into this? Great campus university …Where on earth is Loughborough coming into this? Great campus university but no idea where Loughborough reference even came from???



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Had a 5 year warranty, extended by the manufacturer (Panasonic), on one of our washing machines. When it came to the machine failing inside the 5 years they did everything they could to not repair it. This even included claiming the washing machine had been kept in a damp enviornment, it's not like a washing machine is known to hold water or anything. It took 4 months of arguing with them.

Eventually I stripped the machine down myself. Having studied electronics at University, I was able to pinpoint the failure, explain why their "damp caused it" was wrong and eventually get them to back down. They actually refunded us for the washing machine in the end.

The lesson I took from this, sod the 5 year warranty unless you're dealing with a company like Costco. Instead we went cheap knowing we could buy another if it fails within the 5 years. Here's the thing, Our £200 Hotpoint is still going as strong as the day we purcahsed it, nearly 4 years ago now. One other thing I learned, Panasonic are willing to let their own customers take them to the small claims court as well.
youngrobbo05/11/2019 23:23

Had a 5 year warranty, extended by the manufacturer (Panasonic), on one of …Had a 5 year warranty, extended by the manufacturer (Panasonic), on one of our washing machines. When it came to the machine failing inside the 5 years they did everything they could to not repair it. This even included claiming the washing machine had been kept in a damp enviornment, it's not like a washing machine is known to hold water or anything. It took 4 months of arguing with them.Eventually I stripped the machine down myself. Having studied electronics at University, I was able to pinpoint the failure, explain why their "damp caused it" was wrong and eventually get them to back down. They actually refunded us for the washing machine in the end.The lesson I took from this, sod the 5 year warranty unless you're dealing with a company like Costco. Instead we went cheap knowing we could buy another if it fails within the 5 years. Here's the thing, Our £200 Hotpoint is still going as strong as the day we purcahsed it, nearly 4 years ago now. One other thing I learned, Panasonic are willing to let their own customers take them to the small claims court as well.


WTF you serious woooo that’s just sick..
No point having warranty if you can’t use it.

Wonder if others had a bad experience with the warranty
currys.co.uk/gbuk/household-appliances/laundry/washing-machines/grundig-gwn48430cw-washing-machine-white-21771239-pdt.html?srcid=198&cmpid=ppc~gg~0100%20(DSA)%20MDA%20Laundry%20-%20Washing%20Machines~Grundig%20Washing%20Machines~Exact&mctag=gg_goog_7904&kwid=GOOGLE&device=m&ds_kids=39700022017584037&tgtid=0100%20(DSA)%20MDA%20Laundry%20-%20Washing%20Machines&&gclid=Cj0KCQiA2ITuBRDkARIsAMK9Q7PYUzAx5Pg77Z3cnnyNXpCRCdPHT6nxCe5DY0K7DxcIENwdz8LrWm4aAuWEEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds


What you guys think of this machine

GRUNDIG GWN48430CW Washing Machine - White

I can get it for 300?!
It’s 450 at curry’s .
Have to collect myself, 30 min drive away,
The van hire is 25 pounds.

Do you think one machine is way better than the other or similar performance?
Edited by: "BigStart" 6th Nov
bozo00705/11/2019 18:36

Unknown? It is the world's largest white goods manufacturer with the …Unknown? It is the world's largest white goods manufacturer with the largest market share. Haier bought GE's appliance business a few years ago; it also owns Hotpoint in the US and Hoover in Europe.


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Does anybody refer to which independent reports before buying white goods? They carry out comprehensive tests on most models of brands with advise on how it scores. Also they have real independent customer reviews. These are not paid reviews like you get with AO AMAZON and Currys.
Edited by: "DERMU" 6th Nov
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