Hoover Washing Machine DXCC48W3 : 8KG 1400 spin  - White @ Argos - £209.99
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Hoover Washing Machine DXCC48W3 : 8KG 1400 spin - White @ Argos - £209.99

£209.99Argos Deals
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Found 28th Feb
  • Now £209.99
  • **Original Price £329.99

It's cheaper than many 6kg and 7kg models.

Hoover's Dynamic Next DXCC48 8kg washing machine has a fast 1400 spin, and large digital display.

The

Dynamic Next range features Intelligent Wash technology which

automatically weighs the load and adjusts the wash time and water

consumption to suit, giving you the perfect wash every time.

Awarded the top energy efficiency rating of A+++.

Overview:

  • Wash capacity 8kg.
  • 12 programmes.
  • Variable spin speed.
  • Variable temperature.
  • 14 minute quick wash.
  • Manufacturer's 10 year parts and 1 year labour guarantee.
  • Size H85, W60, D54cm.
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Both my brothers have hoover washing machines and they wouldn't rate them. One brother the inside the drum things like fins/paddles dunno the actual name keep falling out so need replacing. The other brothers sounds like an aeroplane taking off! But wash wise they do the job. Seems a good price compared to the £1400 Samsung one posted a few deals up
If you're thinking Hoover, best buy a couple so that you've got a spare for when the other one's packed up. Actually, make that 3..........

Cheap, but pointless purchase because it will need replacing very soon and cost a fortune in repairs.
You need extended warranty's with these machines ( or hotpont / Indesit ) if you can buy a mid price machine like AEG it'll last considerably longer and save money in the long term.
You can get a Bosch for less than £300. Forget this garbage.
TCB
Junk, this will be in landfill in no time, contributing to global warming, killing trees etc.. etc.. we're in a mini ice age thanks to these.
Hoover - no thanks!
adhkarzf5 h, 45 m ago

Both my brothers have hoover washing machines and they wouldn't rate them. …Both my brothers have hoover washing machines and they wouldn't rate them. One brother the inside the drum things like fins/paddles dunno the actual name keep falling out so need replacing. The other brothers sounds like an aeroplane taking off! But wash wise they do the job. Seems a good price compared to the £1400 Samsung one posted a few deals up


Ah that's the bad news. Are they plastic bits?? His bearings are going and i had to replace mine. I was told they are not replaceable so i put mine on eBay for spares, not working as it was bang on 2 years ownership. The person who bought it said you can replace the bearing but that would cost £60 but i was too late as my new one was already ordered.

Hoover should stop selling washing machines! My indesit lasted 3 years and back then i thought Hoover were reliable
Misslovely5 h, 4 m ago

. Hoover should stop selling washing machines!


They did, a long time ago. They're made by Candy now, with just a Hoover label stuck on. For some odd reason people are still impressed by the Hoover name, even though it's junk.
After all the comments why is this getting so hot?
monitor19 m ago

After all the comments why is this getting so hot?


Happens all the time. There's no logic to the crazy hot/cold voting system on HUKD - it's about as reliable as an American election result or an EU referendum outcome.
Link not working and no sign of this machine on their website, so maybe it's sold out.

With regard to British/Italian being rubbish and German/Korean being great, it just isn't that simple. My current machine is an AEG, it's 4 years old and it's being leaking for the last couple. Prior to that, I had a Candy which was great and lasted 10 years, which isn't brilliant. but you couldn't complain. Most machines are built by a small number of industries with a plethora of pseudo brand labels attached.
The real German brands, such as Bosch/Siemens and Miele, still produce quality products.

AEG is now owned by Electrolux and isn't a patch on its former self. It produces indifferent products, rarely, if ever, made in Germany or Sweden, and it produces own label for John Lewis. It's a brand best avoided now - although it was once on a par with Bosch and Siemens. The Italians are perfectly capable of making quality washing machines, but it's all down to specification, designed service life and quality control.

Bosch is the ideal compromise - fair prices for pretty good quality products.
monitor110 h, 14 m ago

After all the comments why is this getting so hot?

HUKD'ers ain't the brightest.

That's been proven
Edited by: "Gollywood" 1st Mar
I've had the 9kg version of this for the past 6 months with no problem. Paid £249 for it, if it lasts me 3 years I'm happy.
Newbold1st Mar

The real German brands, such as Bosch/Siemens and Miele, still produce …The real German brands, such as Bosch/Siemens and Miele, still produce quality products. AEG is now owned by Electrolux and isn't a patch on its former self. It produces indifferent products, rarely, if ever, made in Germany or Sweden, and it produces own label for John Lewis. It's a brand best avoided now - although it was once on a par with Bosch and Siemens. The Italians are perfectly capable of making quality washing machines, but it's all down to specification, designed service life and quality control.Bosch is the ideal compromise - fair prices for pretty good quality products.


Miele have a deserved excellent reputation for their washing machines. However, I have a vacuum cleaner which although it's worked for a long time, the build quality is nothing special. I've had a number of truly dreadful Bosch appliances. In fact, I can't think of anything that was just OK.
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