HOOVER Dynamic Next DXOC 69AFN NFC 9 kg 1600 Spin Washing Machine at Currys for £259
465°Expired

HOOVER Dynamic Next DXOC 69AFN NFC 9 kg 1600 Spin Washing Machine at Currys for £259

£259£49948%Currys Deals
22
Found 26th Dec 2017
Top features:

- Wide range of washes and settings to suit different laundry situations

- NFC washing machine with one touch control and downloadable functions

- Intelligent Wash System for a deep-cleaned wash

- A+++ energy rating cuts electricity costs and improves efficiency

Wide range of washes and settings

The versatile Hoover Dynamic Next DXOC 69AFN Smart 9 kg 1600 Spin Washing Machine offers a great number of options to cover all your laundry needs – including delicates and wool. The useful All-In-One setting lets you wash all colours and fabrics together in just 59 minutes.

With a stylish, tinted door and an extra-large porthole the washer is easy to open, load and empty – reducing strain on your body and making your life a little bit easier.

NFC washing machine

One touch control offers a clever solution that works as simply as a contactless payment system. With an Android smartphone you can control, monitor and manage the machine through the Hoover Wizard app.

Monitor energy levels, download new wash cycles, troubleshoot the machine and operate settings remotely. There's even a handy voice assist feature.

Intelligent Wash System

The Hoover Dynamic Next Washing Machine uses advanced electronic controls to constantly monitor and adjust the wash process throughout the cycle, resulting in great results every time.

KG mode saves energy by weighing the laundry, then adjusting the cycle time, water and electricity consumption to suit the size of the load.

A+++ energy rating

With an energy rating of A+++, your washing machine saves energy and is kinder to the environment. A maximum spin speed of 1600 rpm reduces drying time by removing more water from your clothes.

With a total wash capacity of 9 kg, it can clean up to 40 shirts or 8 large bath towels – more than enough for a family load.
Community Updates

Groups

Top comments
Just looked at the video. Plastic door hinges does not inspire confidence in build quality and Hoover/Candy's reliability reputation does not inspire confidence in longevity either. Great features and a low price are all very well, but I'm afraid you still need the build quality and reliability to back this up.
22 Comments
Just looked at the video. Plastic door hinges does not inspire confidence in build quality and Hoover/Candy's reliability reputation does not inspire confidence in longevity either. Great features and a low price are all very well, but I'm afraid you still need the build quality and reliability to back this up.
Great price for a 1600
Bishbosh0030 m ago

Great price for a 1600


Not so great though when the speed drops to zero.
Here's Hoover's demo video of the One Touch facility using a smartphone and NFC, so you can determine whether this is a worthwhile feature for you or not >

does it wash soiled smalls
Bishbosh007 h, 5 m ago

Great price for a 1600


Wrong! You don't need 1600 and Hoover reliability is very poor. Still, if you're dazzled by a number............................
I would never buy anything from Hoover again. Terrible build quality and terrible customer service too!
any good offers on heat pump dryer
Owned Indesit, Hotpoint and Hoover washing machines all developed faults within a couple of years with only low to moderate usage.

Great price on this deal but would buy Bosch for superior quality if possible.
i_need_bargains56 m ago

Owned Indesit, Hotpoint and Hoover washing machines all developed faults …Owned Indesit, Hotpoint and Hoover washing machines all developed faults within a couple of years with only low to moderate usage.Great price on this deal but would buy Bosch for superior quality if possible.


Avoid entry level Bosch. Neither German nor built well. Since the arrival of LG washing machines into the UK in 1999, they have blown the traditional premium supreme kings of Bosch, Siemens and Miele out of the water with their high build quality, reliability, technology and specifications. Only in recent years has the competition played catch-up with their inverter motors, larger drum sizes and electronic dials. The problem is that the competition may look closer to what LG looked liked 15 years ago, but have yet to match the build quality and reliability of their machines.
Interesting, the Bosch Avantixx 7 I have is still going OK, bought it in 2012.

I assume it was made in Germany but not sure.

I read back then that the ones with the half moon shaped door handles were the better quality ones.

The other lesser ones being made by third parties.
Rpm or above
Got one of these. Working well after 3whole months so far. Only comment is it’s noisy at 1000 rpm or above
Like modern cars, the more things it can do just means more things to go wrong. Would not trust this brand for white goods. But if looked after and used correctly if you get 3-4 problem free years it's relatively good value.
TheHun618 h, 54 m ago

Avoid entry level Bosch. Neither German nor built well. Since the arrival …Avoid entry level Bosch. Neither German nor built well. Since the arrival of LG washing machines into the UK in 1999, they have blown the traditional premium supreme kings of Bosch, Siemens and Miele out of the water with their high build quality, reliability, technology and specifications. Only in recent years has the competition played catch-up with their inverter motors, larger drum sizes and electronic dials. The problem is that the competition may look closer to what LG looked liked 15 years ago, but have yet to match the build quality and reliability of their machines.


My £200 'entry level' Bosch just packed up (drum bearing) after 11 years. Bought another similar one (made in Poland) for £320 and will be pleased if it lasts a similar time. Regret I has electronic touch buttons now but hope that won't bring it down. Bosch offering their own warranty extension to five years for £99, which seems good.
Worst washing machines I've ever had have been Hoover.
Edited by: "Besford" 27th Dec 2017
Pay under £300 and you have a washing machine that is half as reliable as one that costs just over £300 (as stated by Which). Also you get an inferior wash. Sale products are usually, and this is the case here, inferior products manufactured specially for that "sale" pricepoint. It is a false sale.

Buy Indesit/Hoover/Hotpoint at any price and you are asking for trouble. They have very poor customer service. Repairs under warranty do not include labour and they are a well documented fire hazard.
My Zanussi washer\dryer bought in 2004 still running, and only failed once when my late missus bra got caught in the seal and made it leak. I know where I'd put my money if\when it fails for good
TopBear23 h, 22 m ago

My Zanussi washer\dryer bought in 2004 still running, and only failed once …My Zanussi washer\dryer bought in 2004 still running, and only failed once when my late missus bra got caught in the seal and made it leak. I know where I'd put my money if\when it fails for good


Hopefully not zanussi. They're an Electrolux brand now, which is bad news.
xfield28th Dec

Hopefully not zanussi. They're an Electrolux brand now, which is bad news.


The Zanussi I have is perfectly fine, its over ten years old, maybe 15 years and still going strong.

Not sure I'd buy another though, I think next 1 will be a Bosch.
Edited by: "DCFC79" 30th Dec 2017
Anyone been let down by Currys' incompetent delivery system?
I bought the Dynamic Next Dryer from AO - granted its not a washing machine like this but I feel strongly enough to comment here about my experiences with that:

After a week of wrestling with its NFC and touch-responsive buttons I contacted Hoover, who told me to contact AO who told me to contact Hoover and once again, contact AO before a repairman was sent out to overlook it. He told me it was a faulty motherboard and that they don't really stock them so he'll issue a return for the entire machine. These are electronic components - I would be more understanding if it was a mechanical failure happening from dodgy delivery or something - but this was an electronic failure that made me question their Quality Assurance. YMMV as always.

NFC is absolutely rubbish on these systems - download the software yourself and try it out in the showroom before you decide on using the NFC features and you'll see exactly what I mean (though they ask you to register a LOT of details before you can evan start using it! I guess ask a staff member to show you the software.) The Hoover software for NFC is atrocious and doesn't do anything remotely useful. You have this feeling that somehow the machine will use the smarts of the Internet or your mobile phone or something.

Also - ask to see the user manual for the machine - it's literally a black'n'white printed piece of A4 paper.


There is a wifi version of the Dynamic Next that I CAN see as being more useful - if I didn't question the reliability of Hoover products! Read up on White-Goods brand awareness - there are really only 3 companies out there that produce white-goods and all have varying levels of quality. Long gone are the days of Bosch/Zanussi/German build - white-goods companies are relying on historic brand awareness to peddle much cheaper shoddier stock now.
Price has changed
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text