Hoover DXOA49C3 A+++ 9kg 1400 Spin Washing Machine - £232.99 (Members Offer) Delivered @ Co-op Electrical

Hoover DXOA49C3 A+++ 9kg 1400 Spin Washing Machine - £232.99 (Members Offer) Delivered @ Co-op Electrical

Found 28th Mar
Another great co-op members offer.

You can get this Hoover A+++ Washing machine for a steal, and save an additional £50 on the sale price!

Not a co-op member? You can join for £1 and you will get immediate access to this offer and more.


  • Wash Load: 9.0 kg/ 19.80 lbs
  • Washer Spin Speed: 1400 rpm
  • Guarantee: 1 Year Labour + 10 Years Parts

The Hoover Dynamic 9kg washing machine looks outstanding, with attention to detail given to every aspect. It comes complete with One Touch technology offers a clever solution that works as simply as a contactless payment system, by using an android smartphone, you can control, monitor and manage the appliance via your mobile device through the hoover wizard app. With a spin speed of 1400rpm and a capacity of 9kg, this is a perfect family sized washing machine. It uses intelligent sensor technology, to weigh the laundry during the first 4 minutes of the cycle, then adjust the cycle time, water and electricity consumption to suit the size of the load. Awarded an A+++ energy rating this washing machine is extremely energy efficient and A rated in wash performance and A in spin, this washing machine is great for saving you money on your bills as well as excellent at taking care of your clothes.
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Any impressions on this kit?
Does CE20 code work as well?
Do they suck all up?
Damn. We have a 20year old hoover washing machine. Don't see any hoover machines anymore where I live.
kkthomask1 h, 28 m ago

Do they suck all up?

No but your comment definitely sucks lol
Do prices change after you log in as a member? It appears to be £279 - with CE20 code for £20 off - making it £259. They don't mention anywhere on site there are special prices - only you get 5% added into you membership account.
Members week wrote all over the ad... .
The nearest I can find (although I think it's the same specs just under a slightly different code) on Which only scored 47% and was poor at rinsing and is noisy, although they recognised its "affordable" and energy efficient.
Hoover / Candy machines are more or less identical mechanically. The Candy I bought a few months ago is very similar and the motor whine was unbearable. Called the engineer out and his comment was, " that's the sound they all make ! ". Only when I told him where he could stick his machine did he phone his office and get authority to change the motor. The whine from the motor is still too loud and the machine vibrates terribly on the spin cycle. Its a piece of junk and I wish I had put the two hundred quid towards a better made machine.
Had one, the supposed top tier with the near field control, machine is a problem from start to finish.
The near field control does not work, the machine is so loud as to be unusable if you are in the house and the clothes stink worse than when you put them in and some are still in the dry condition they were when they were put in the machine...I don't think it puts enough water in to wash and certainly isn't fit for purpose - reflected in the price
Edited by: "Mr_Cc" 29th Mar
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