Hotpoint 9 KG Washer Dryer (10 yr parts guarantee) with free recycling, free delivery & 3444 Clubcard Points (or more) £444
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Hotpoint 9 KG Washer Dryer (10 yr parts guarantee) with free recycling, free delivery & 3444 Clubcard Points (or more) £444

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Found 14th Mar 2016
EDIT TO ADD: I am the OP of this deal and I am cancelling my order after finding a constant stream of terrible reviews and poor servicing from HotPoint. Will be investing in a Bosch or a Miele instead.

If you want your washing machine to be a 2 in 1 and also do the drying, have a look at this offer. Until 15th March you can get an extra 1000 or 3000 Clubcard points with selected washer dryers.

The Hotpoint Ultima Washer Dryer, WDUD9640K, 9KG load in black comes with 3000 extra Clubcard points.

The WDUD9640K is endorsed by Woolmark; with extra gentle agitation and low spin speeds, the washer dryer will help eliminate any friction between the fibres of wool garments, thereby ensuring a perfect wash. Furthermore, Hotpoint's anti-allergy programme washes in-depth without stress to fabrics and removes most of the allergens that irritate skins. Dirt and allergens are removed in two separate stages for great results.
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Worth noting that it's a 10 year PARTS guarantee. you still have to pay Hotpoints labour charges...
markdavey1972

Worth noting that it's a 10 year PARTS guarantee. you still have to pay … Worth noting that it's a 10 year PARTS guarantee. you still have to pay Hotpoints labour charges...



Well spotted. Will amend.
are these the ones that set fire?
muckspreader1

are these the ones that set fire?



I don't think so - reevoo.com/p/h…640


My last one lasted just over a year and problem after problem there after washer dryers rubbish
PS the electric board went the writing on the dials came off total waste of money be warned!!!! Avoid like the plague
terryread1

My last one lasted just over a year and problem after problem there after … My last one lasted just over a year and problem after problem there after washer dryers rubbish



​I swore never to get another Hotpoint after our first washing machines bearings went just after the year and that was a Hotpoint.

Bought a Bosch nearly 15 years ago and bearings still seem ok and have had twins the last 7 years so it's well used (did have electronic panel go on it a couple of years ago and got that replaced, but no mechanical problems).
terryread1

PS the electric board went the writing on the dials came off total waste … PS the electric board went the writing on the dials came off total waste of money be warned!!!! Avoid like the plague



Well mine is already ordered; £100 rebate in C/card vouchers plus 500 good reviews on reevoo and other sites made me take the plunge. I will let people know.
10 year parts guarantee means you will need lot of them!
markdavey1972

Worth noting that it's a 10 year PARTS guarantee. you still have to pay … Worth noting that it's a 10 year PARTS guarantee. you still have to pay Hotpoints labour charges...


Yes. Labour charges make a warranty not worth the paper it's written on.
95 quid tried charging me to Come and have a look
muckspreader1

are these the ones that set fire?



It was their stand alone tumble dryers that have been catching fire:- hotukdeals.com/mis…719

I think they did also have an issue with some washing machine drums splitting apart on high spin a few years ago

hotpointservice.co.uk/saf…es/
My Hotpoint washer lasted three years, cannot change bearings a glued drum waste of time. Poor reviews on Hotpoint wouldn't buy again.
Use your intelligence oO - I have nothing against Hotpoint - I have one and its not missed a beat . The "Parts warranty " is worthless - £100 call out fee then ridiculous labour charge (although the "parts " are free ) , you are better off buying a replacement machine if it croaks .

Edited by: "rogparki" 14th Mar 2016
Dragon32

​I swore never to get another Hotpoint after our first washing machines b … ​I swore never to get another Hotpoint after our first washing machines bearings went just after the year and that was a Hotpoint. Bought a Bosch nearly 15 years ago and bearings still seem ok and have had twins the last 7 years so it's well used (did have electronic panel go on it a couple of years ago and got that replaced, but no mechanical problems).



The bearings also failed on our last Hotpoint washing machine after just one year and a few days, the "engineer" more or less confirmed it was a design fault, but we were still charged for the repair (the drum, bearings, back half of tub, and spider all replaced). It lasted about 7 years after that, but I wouldn't buy another Hotpoint (of any kind).

Currently got a Zanussi, its about 7 years old, only had to replace the element, cost £20 and was a very simple 5 minute dIy job.

Also made the mistake of buying a hotpoint tumble dryer, and worse still, buying it from Currys. First one delivered didn't blow any air through the drum, I believe the manufacturer left the fan out. The second had a split filter, so had to deal with the nightmare of Curry's support again.

The bearings (well bush) on it lasted about 4-5 years (although only a £12 repair as I bought the parts & did it myself) and the case of the machine filed with masses of lint, so I now wouldn't dare to use it overnight on cheap rate electricity, and of course its also awaiting the fire risk modification.

Edited by: "melted" 14th Mar 2016
melted

The bearings also failed on our last Hotpoint washing machine after just … The bearings also failed on our last Hotpoint washing machine after just one year and a few days, the "engineer" more or less confirmed it was a design fault, but we were still charged for the repair (the drum, bearings, back half of tub, and spider all replaced). It lasted about 7 years after that, but I wouldn't buy another Hotpoint (of any kind).Currently got a Zanussi, its about 7 years old, only had to replace the element, cost £20 and was a very simple 5 minute dIy job. Also made the mistake of buying a hotpoint tumble dryer, and worse still, buying it from Currys. First one delivered didn't blow any air through the drum, I believe the manufacturer left the fan out. The second had a split filter, so had to deal with the nightmare of Curry's support again. The bearings (well bush) on it lasted about 4-5 years (although only a £12 repair as I bought the parts & did it myself) and the case of the machine filed with masses of lint, so I now wouldn't dare to use it overnight on cheap rate electricity, and of course its also awaiting the fire risk modification.



​I decided to fit a fire alarm in our bedroom cupboard where our Beko tumble dryer is.

Its not one of the ones that has a problems, but I always worry.

Have now fitted fire alarms in each of our children's bedrooms as well now as even the slightest thing could start a fire (such as a radio or alarm clock).
terryread1

My last one lasted just over a year and problem after problem there after … My last one lasted just over a year and problem after problem there after washer dryers rubbish



We always had problems over last 29 years with washer dryers - until we invested in a Bosch £1300 one. Beautiful machine. You only gets what you pay for.
Hotpoint Clearance Store have a Indesit 9kg 1400 Washer Dryer for £282.88 with code ICELAND36, 8% Quidco.
hotpointclearance.co.uk/Log…LET
ellenw

Hotpoint Clearance Store have a Indesit 9kg 1400 Washer Dryer for £282.88 … Hotpoint Clearance Store have a Indesit 9kg 1400 Washer Dryer for £282.88 with code ICELAND36, 8% Quidco.http://www.hotpointclearance.co.uk/Logon?formAction=ShowFrontScreen&retailer=OUTLET



I can't see it (which is good because I would have been gutted haha!)
ellenw

http://www.hotpointclearance.co.uk/Products?formAction=search&searchString=XWDE961480



Show as £442
stevenfeeney

Show as £442


Use code ICELAND36, 8% Quidco
Mine Hotpoint lasted just over a year which was alarming as I work away & it was only being used abour every six weeks when I was back.

The parts warranty is a rather strange. You call them & they say, "the engineer will charge for each visit & its likely to take two visits".

So I asked why.

"They dont carry many parts, & once they have identified what needs replaced, they then need to go & get it"

I think the call-out was into three figs too.
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