Hisense WFN9012 Front Loading 9 kg Washing Machine - White @ Euronics
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Hisense WFN9012 Front Loading 9 kg Washing Machine - White @ Euronics

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Found 29th Nov 2015
It’s not often that a product comes along that’s as clever as this washing machine from Hisense. It combines cutting edge technology, a fantastic range of features and an excellent energy efficiency rating.

Smart Wash Technology
The WFN9012 comes with Hisense’s impressive Smart Wash Technology. These intelligent features help get your washing done in the most stress-free way possible.

Smart Wash Time Adjustment weighs your load to work out the optimum wash time. This means that you get your washing clean in no time.

It also adjusts how much water and power the wash will use, based on the weight of the load, and can automatically remove excess foam. This means nothing compromises your wash performance.

Gone are the days when washing machines whirred and banged, disturbing you and your neighbours. The WFN9012 balances your washing out, ensuring a smooth, quiet cycle.

Filled with Features
The Hisense washing machine has 15 different wash programs, and the front loading door comes equipped with a child lock to protect inquisitive fingers.

Intelligent temperature control ensures you never look like a giant in clothes that have shrunk, and extra rinse cycles remove leftover washing detergent, which can cause irritation to those with sensitive skin.

Time delay functionality means you can set your wash to run at night, taking advantage of cheaper energy tariffs, or set it to finish when you get home from work.

Intelligent and Efficient
Intelligent features have earned the WFN9012 an excellent A++ energy efficiency rating, meaning that each wash will be saving you money.

The large 9kg capacity can take everything from shirts and socks to bed linen, so you can get your laundry done in fewer loads.
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The Chinese will be spying on your Small's!
Fanally...... a front loading washing machine! !!!! So fed up of having to pull mine out and load it from the back !
1200 rpm
Got to love all that marketing waffle which basically applies to most washing machines these days
Programme Time (40 °C Cotton Programme @ Partial Load) is 3 hours! oO

My £200 15 year old bosch takes 49 minutes for a full load!
chocci

Programme Time (40 °C Cotton Programme @ Partial Load) is 3 hours! oOMy … Programme Time (40 °C Cotton Programme @ Partial Load) is 3 hours! oOMy £200 15 year old bosch takes 49 minutes for a full load!


My new Bosch has longer wash times than my old one. New Eco settings and less wear on the clothes is the reason. There will be faster cycles but they will wear the load more.

Heat++

These guys OEM parts for Bosch and Siemens Neff. They are one of the top five white good vendors globally. Not yet well known in the UK. I think they are one of the top OEMss for TVs and will own the Sharp range from next year.

Edited by: "frownbreaker" 29th Nov 2015
good find op, heat
Maybe 3 hours but will still use a lot less electric than your old one.
jonathonlilley

Maybe 3 hours but will still use a lot less electric than your old one.


Probably an extra 10p per load

Rather that than have a washing machine running for an extra two hours

Washing machines hardly use any electric
Edited by: "chocci" 29th Nov 2015
lollypoplee

Fanally...... a front loading washing machine! !!!! So fed up of having … Fanally...... a front loading washing machine! !!!! So fed up of having to pull mine out and load it from the back !


I prefer top loaders . . .
Actually it will be a lot more. In the region of 50p a load. I work for a major white goods manufacturer so I know the figures. Example, an A rated machine and an A+. The A+ uses 10% less. 15 year old machine? Guessing D rated at best
chocci

Probably an extra 10p per loadRather that than have a washing machine … Probably an extra 10p per loadRather that than have a washing machine running for an extra two hours Washing machines hardly use any electric



Most washing machines draw cold water. At this time of year the temperature will be lower than the summer. They have to heat this to 30 / 40 / .. / 90 Water has a massive specific heat capacity so the heating element and power consumption will be large. Less water used = less water heated = low costs. Also the older machines have huge motors to spin the drum, the newer ones use smaller more efficient units. Also the new units can sense load, wobble and so can balance the load during a cycle. The older model just had relays contolling the motors driven of a mechanical mechanism.
jonathonlilley

Actually it will be a lot more. In the region of 50p a load. I work for … Actually it will be a lot more. In the region of 50p a load. I work for a major white goods manufacturer so I know the figures. Example, an A rated machine and an A+. The A+ uses 10% less. 15 year old machine? Guessing D rated at best


No, it's an a rated machine and no way would any washing machine use 50p in 49 minutes

A 3kwh kettle wouldn't use 50p lol

Edit;- my manual states 40c cotton is 0.55kwh so about 6p in electric per load

Methinks you're in the wrong job

Still, it's a great deal if you don't do multiple loads in a day

Edited by: "chocci" 29th Nov 2015
frownbreaker

Most washing machines draw cold water. At this time of year the … Most washing machines draw cold water. At this time of year the temperature will be lower than the summer. They have to heat this to 30 / 40 / .. / 90 Water has a massive specific heat capacity so the heating element and power consumption will be large. Less water used = less water heated = low costs. Also the older machines have huge motors to spin the drum, the newer ones use smaller more efficient units. Also the new units can sense load, wobble and so can balance the load during a cycle. The older model just had relays contolling the motors driven of a mechanical mechanism.


Relays? Wow, that must be really old - they've had thyristor control since the 70s. All the other improvements are standard nowadays though, so the marketing guff about it being "clever" is just that.
lollypoplee

Fanally...... a front loading washing machine! !!!! So fed up of having … Fanally...... a front loading washing machine! !!!! So fed up of having to pull mine out and load it from the back !



As opposed to a top loader, perhaps?
chocci

Programme Time (40 °C Cotton Programme @ Partial Load) is 3 hours! oOMy … Programme Time (40 °C Cotton Programme @ Partial Load) is 3 hours! oOMy £200 15 year old bosch takes 49 minutes for a full load!



You'll find modern machines take a lot longer to clean, because they don't heat up as much. That's how they save energy. The trade off is that the clothes need to spend much longer in the water to achieve the same cleaning result.
frownbreaker

These guys OEM parts for Bosch and Siemens Neff. They are one of the top … These guys OEM parts for Bosch and Siemens Neff. They are one of the top five white good vendors globally. Not yet well known in the UK. I think they are one of the top OEMss for TVs and will own the Sharp range from next year.



remember how everyone laughed at Japanese motor cycle manufacturers? Who's laughing now?

Now they laugh at Chinese appliance makers...

chocci

Programme Time (40 °C Cotton Programme @ Partial Load) is 3 hours! oOMy … Programme Time (40 °C Cotton Programme @ Partial Load) is 3 hours! oOMy £200 15 year old bosch takes 49 minutes for a full load!



This is standard for just about every machine out there now to get their ratings, not real life washes.

They will have a go faster button that will bring the time down as on our newish bosch).

Whats your model number? can have a look at that against the current model.


I think the issue for domestic washers is there is little left to make them more efficient(in terms of water and power) without more time.

The other thing is the standard washes for the specs are for dirty clothes many people don't have dirty clothes so never need the long hot washes just short ones enough to refresh.

The standards are based on 220 washes a year
The current Bosch 9KG specs are all A+++ their partial load wash is 270mins and use the same amount of water as the one here,
power use for this one 234kwh the Bosch 152kwh
Edited by: "getmore4less" 30th Nov 2015
getmore4less

This is standard for just about every machine out there now to get their … This is standard for just about every machine out there now to get their ratings, not real life washes.They will have a go faster button that will bring the time down as on our newish bosch).Whats your model number? can have a look at that against the current model.I think the issue for domestic washers is there is little left to make them more efficient(in terms of water and power) without more time.The other thing is the standard washes for the specs are for dirty clothes many people don't have dirty clothes so never need the long hot washes just short ones enough to refresh.The standards are based on 220 washes a yearThe current Bosch 9KG specs are all A+++ their partial load wash is 270mins and use the same amount of water as the one here, power use for this one 234kwh the Bosch 152kwh


Bosch classixx 1200 express

I wish my gf took your point about washing clothes that aren't really dirty. She only has to wear a pair of jeans around the house for a few hours and they just have to be washed. Mine have to be dirty
Edited by: "chocci" 30th Nov 2015
is it this one? ( or similar? there were probably a few variations)
http://www.bosch-home.co.uk/WFO2467GB.html

If it is a 6kg model that will explains some of the differences to the posted deal
a current Bosch 6kg would be
bosch-home.co.uk/pro…tml to 6 kg~1361449

if you look at the programs(against your model) in the manual you will see that consumptions(energy/water)& time have not changed much for the programs we would use every day.

The super eco ratings A+ A++ A+++ are done by programs that take longer and use less water.

Why is she wearing jeans round the house why not some house clothes like sweatpants/leggings?

I take mine(Jeans) off as soon as I get in, get more going out days out of them.
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getmore4less

is it this one? ( or similar? there were probably a few … is it this one? ( or similar? there were probably a few variations)http://www.bosch-home.co.uk/WFO2467GB.htmlIf it is a 6kg model that will explains some of the differences to the posted deal a current Bosch 6kg would be http://www.bosch-home.co.uk/products/washers-dryers/washing-machines/front-loader.html#filter=up to 6 kg~1361449if you look at the programs(against your model) in the manual you will see that consumptions(energy/water)& time have not changed much for the programs we would use every day.The super eco ratings A+ A++ A+++ are done by programs that take longer and use less water.Why is she wearing jeans round the house why not some house clothes like sweatpants/leggings?I take mine(Jeans) off as soon as I get in, get more going out days out of them.


yep - its the top one. My point was she will insist any clothes are washed even after a few hours wear. Might have to get her to pay the leccy & water bill

She spends an absolute fortune on clothes. My jeans are 10+ years old oO

I probably spend less than £100 per year all in on clothes and trainers. Prefer to spend my money on more enjoyable things like the pub etc
Edited by: "chocci" 2nd Dec 2015
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