Hotpoint RPD10457J Ultima S-Line Freestanding Washing Machine, 10kg Load, A+++ Energy Rating, 1400rpm Spin, White for £321 delivered at John Lewis
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Hotpoint RPD10457J Ultima S-Line Freestanding Washing Machine, 10kg Load, A+++ Energy Rating, 1400rpm Spin, White for £321 delivered at John Lewis

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Found 7th Jul 2016
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Boasting a whopping 10kg load capacity and a 1400rpm spin speed, the Hotpoint RPD10457J Ultima S-Line washing machine provides plenty of room for all your laundry needs.
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Exclusive to Hotpoint, this impressive feature promises to remove 100 stubborn stains at just 20 degrees. By premixing water and detergent, the RPD10457J washing machine is able to perform a thoroughly deep clean at lower temperatures for a more economical wash.
Steam power
Steam Hygiene enhances washing performance by generating steam during the wash cycle to remove any bacteria from the fibres, which are treated at the same time.
Super Silent
Built with sound insulating panels and an advanced brushless motor, the RPD10457J Ultima S-Line washing machine is so quiet you won't notice it's even on. This is great for saving money, as you can run your machine during the night when energy costs are lower, and you don't have to worry about being disturbed.

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Hotpoint - no thanks!
Besford

Hotpoint - no thanks!



just about to add the same, best part of this deal is the JL warranty and the free ariel
Yeah folks should buy this expecting something to go wrong within 2 years but do expect JL to support it well. Hotpoint ain't the brand it used to be.
I've been having a Beko 9kg machine for the past 3 years, used at least 3 times a week and hasn't missed a beat. Significantly cheaper than this as well (as in around the £190 mark at the time).
True, Beko has had their issues with fridges and cookers but these have now been resolved and washing machines have always been fine, IMHO.
I recently took one of these apart, only to find a massive block of concrete sitting at the bottom of it
Edited by: "crazymonkey" 7th Jul 2016
Sounds just like what I need but Hotpoint just don't have the quality any more.
eslick

just about to add the same, best part of this deal is the JL warranty and … just about to add the same, best part of this deal is the JL warranty and the free ariel



Yep, they will need it.
voted hot because it's a good price for what it is but I wouldn't go near hotpoint again. all my appliances were hotpoint graphite in 3 years I've replaced them all!! yet my mums 1t year old hotpoint machine is still going strong
no thanks i've stopped buying hotpoint. they only seem to last 2 years before they conk out
We have the 8kg version. The 20 degree cycle is useless for removing stains.

Better on 40 degree. Only got ours as it was 250 quid.
Besford

Hotpoint - no thanks!

As above, stay away.
Shocking customer service from Hotpoint if things go wrong
Hotpoint - No point!!.
The old (roughly pre-display) ones are great as I think they used bearings made in Switzerland, one 20 year old in our garage is still going strong but one bought in ~2008 has just gone for recycling as it's second set of bearings was about knackered. Only light use too one or two washes a week. oO
I think hotpoint is now part of Philips who have had a disaster over their tumble dryers catching fire, absolutely thousands still out there putting lives at risk. I wouldn't touch them with a bargepole.
got the 1600 spin version of this. had it 6 months so cant comment about reliability yet. have to say its really good. got it from costco so no probs if it goes wrong. the 20 degree long wash (3hours 30) does a very good job on most things with biological powders. the steam im not convinced is more than a gimmick. it is super silent apart from a stupid plastic sheet over the powder dispenser that shows which number is which wash, it rattles like a ****. think i will cut it off.
luminox

I think hotpoint is now part of Philips who have had a disaster over … I think hotpoint is now part of Philips who have had a disaster over their tumble dryers catching fire, absolutely thousands still out there putting lives at risk. I wouldn't touch them with a bargepole.



Philips?

It's Indesit who own: Ariston, Indesit, New World, Philco, Hotpoint, Creda, Cannon, GDA, English Electric and others.
Hotpoint no point, very funny. Hotpoint and John Lewis both have dodgy customer service-pain to deal with, stay away. you have been warned. Buy a cheaper product, keep more of your money.
I quite like my really old Hotpoint, had it donated by previous home owner when we moved in 6 years ago and it was probably 10 years old then. I've put new door switch, new control panel, near drive belt and new bearings twice, I can strip it down and replace them quite quickly now.

Mrs overloads it and washes everything at every opportunity, but it keeps going, she wants to get a new one but I can see I'll still be fixing up this one when I'm 70. Has Hotpoint really gone down hill so much??
crazymonkey

I recently took one of these apart, only to find a massive block of … I recently took one of these apart, only to find a massive block of concrete sitting at the bottom of it


Every machine I've ever seen has a large block of cement (or whatever) it's used to stop the machine moving across the floor when spinning.
...and it's Whirlpool who now own Indesit - I bet they're regretting the purchase due to the 4million+ tumble driers that need to be repaired or replaced.

I need a new washing machine so considering options. My 6 year old Indesit today stopped taking in water. It's probably the inlet valve so taking a chance on £8 eBay replacement. If it's still knackered I'll have to get a new machine... the Samsung EcoBubble isn't much more and comes with 5 year warranty so might go for that
£319.98 at Power Direct ... in the unlikely event you don't like John Lewis
My wife will be more than happy to take my load now
luminox

I think hotpoint is now part of Philips who have had a disaster over … I think hotpoint is now part of Philips who have had a disaster over their tumble dryers catching fire, absolutely thousands still out there putting lives at risk. I wouldn't touch them with a bargepole.



​Nothing to do with Philips. owned by Whirlpool
liamf12

Every machine I've ever seen has a large block of cement (or whatever) … Every machine I've ever seen has a large block of cement (or whatever) it's used to stop the machine moving across the floor when spinning.



I was surprised to see one - makes sense
i find the actual wash of my hotpoint very good especially short washes and it is easy to look after. is really quiet. i dont expect many brands to last very long these days so keep insurance on them which i factor in to budget. i have found bigger load machines with lower programmes the best for reliability though i do need the bigger drum. i dont deal with hotpoint or like but ins company and dont have a problem. i think it is the dryer situation that caused the problem not the washers imho. i had my dryer replaced not repaired and both going grand from hotpoint group.
Any comments on this Samsung for 270 from argos? argos.co.uk/m/s…htm
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