Hotpoint Anti Stain Washing Machine 1300rpm £279.99 - Currys
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Hotpoint Anti Stain Washing Machine 1300rpm £279.99 - Currys

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Found 8th Jul 2013
A great Hotpoint washing machine with anti stain technology for only £279.99. Previously £499.99. The only slight downside I would say is the 6kg capacity in comparison to others. But not a major issue if a small family and don't have much washing. 6kg is still enough. And for the price is a great deal.
Comes with 1 year labour warranty and 5 years parts warranty.

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Lukewarm at best. Same price in John Lewis plus white version is £50 cheaper at coop online

Which? gave it 71% in its review:
Should I buy it?
While this Hotpoint is a good contender, the bottom line is that there are superior Best Buy washing machines available that won't make you wait forever for your laundry, are kinder to your bills and have quieter spins - and you will not have to pay much more for them.

Pros: Excellent cotton cleaning, good synthetic cleaning, excellent rinse, good spin, very easy to use

Cons: Long program times, loud spin, wasteful with energy on synthetic program


You're better off with the Hotpoint WMEF742P, which has a larger drum (7kg) and is faster

coopelectricalshop.co.uk/Hot…P-W
Or cheaper here if you live on the ground floor: 365electrical.com/WME…ApA

(Which? Review) Should I buy it?
Yes if you're after clean, well-rinsed clothes. The 7kg sized drum should suit most households, so the only reason not to choose this machine is if you think the noisy spin will disturb you..

Pros: Excellent cleaning and rinsing, good spin, very easy to use

Cons: Spin cycle is very noisy



Edited by: "sirhobo" 8th Jul 2013

I had a similar hotpoint washer for ten years,
it started to leak a little, so I bought a new one for safety reasons,
personally I do not like digital displays, however sign of the times I suppose,
do not care much for which reviews, all magazines are biased,
cnet usa ,gave my lg telly 10 out of 10 ,had it years it is brilliant,
which gave it 3 out of 10,

" food for thought " ps I researched the tv for 3 months " which magazine did not "

mrtech007

I had a similar hotpoint washer for ten years,it started to leak a … I had a similar hotpoint washer for ten years,it started to leak a little, so I bought a new one for safety reasons,personally I do not like digital displays, however sign of the times I suppose,do not care much for which reviews, all magazines are biased,cnet usa ,gave my lg telly 10 out of 10 ,had it years it is brilliant,which gave it 3 out of 10," food for thought " ps I researched the tv for 3 months " which magazine did not "



I'd never trust Which? for audiovisuals or computers but they're good for white goods in my opinion. In this case, both Hotpoints scored well, so Which? appear to agree with your positive view of the brand

Agree. They don't know their tellies or audio at all.

Second that. No wait, I meant third!

I'm biased towards Hotpoint. Mainly because my first one (Hotpoint washer) lasted almost 20 years without issue other than regular replacement of the motor brushes (a cheap & easy job as the motor was at the top of the machine & access was from the lid which was easily removed).
A far cry from the competition with their motors buried underneath the drum. One of them lasted until the warranty expired (about 18 months). Even Hotpoint build disposable goods now but they still last longer than the rest.

I hate Hotpoint products. They are owned by Indesit Company and have the worst customer service ever. Always have "unexpected high call volumes" when you ring.
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