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Hotpoint Slimline Built-In Dishwasher 6 months worth of tablets FREE, free delivery AND recycling HURRY ENDS MIDNIGHT! £239.20 @ Tesco Direct
Hotpoint Slimline Built-In Dishwasher 6 months worth of tablets FREE, free delivery AND recycling HURRY ENDS MIDNIGHT! £239.20 @ Tesco Direct

Hotpoint Slimline Built-In Dishwasher 6 months worth of tablets FREE, free delivery AND recycling HURRY ENDS MIDNIGHT! £239.20 @ Tesco Direct

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Just bought this to replace a Lamona dishwasher that came with the kitchen.

I value the tablets at £15-£20 so £220 for the dishwasher.

Recycling is very useful as is free delivery.

Price is £299 but use code: TDX-7FWR to get it for £239.20!

Model number: LSTF9H117C

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Original Poster

Anyone voting cold able to show where I can get the same or better slimline integrated for less than £220 including delivery and recycling of old one?
There is a model lower which is £199 with the code but it's 15% less energy efficient and uses 10% more water.

I think this is a good deal...value for money. Common guys..vote fair here

Original Poster

kkthomask

I think this is a good deal...value for money. Common guys..vote fair here


Cool thanks for confirming.

Hotpoint gets rated just below the top ones like Bosch, which are normally more like £300-£400.

They're better than Indesit and Whirlpool which are at this price point.

There's also a delay function if you want to save money if you're on economy 7.

1.5% TCB also which shaves a few more £ off.

escortboy

Cool thanks for confirming. Hotpoint gets rated just below the top ones … Cool thanks for confirming. Hotpoint gets rated just below the top ones like Bosch, which are normally more like £300-£400.They're better than Indesit and Whirlpool which are at this price point.There's also a delay function if you want to save money if you're on economy 7.1.5% TCB also which shaves a few more £ off.


Agree totally. Some times morons comes in pack in HUKD.

Hotpoint, indesit and whirlpool are all the same manufacturer.

escortboy

Cool thanks for confirming. Hotpoint gets rated just below the top ones … Cool thanks for confirming. Hotpoint gets rated just below the top ones like Bosch, which are normally more like £300-£400.They're better than Indesit and Whirlpool which are at this price point.There's also a delay function if you want to save money if you're on economy 7.1.5% TCB also which shaves a few more £ off.



For info Indesit brought the Hotpoint Group years ago and Whirlpool brought Indesit in 2014

Hotpoint/Indesit models are made in the same factory and Whirlpool models are now coming out of the same Indesit factories in Italy now, so across all 3 brands you will get same model cross overs.

There is a big gap between qualities in dishwashers and there is certainly a big gap between how good Bosch are compared to these Hotpoint's

Original Poster

wolf359

Hotpoint, indesit and whirlpool are all the same manufacturer.


They get completely different write ups though e.g. check out Which, they say Hotpoint isn't bad at all, yet Indesit is garbage!
https://s22.postimg.io/a9if93t0h/Screenshot_2016_08_31_21_54_05.png

This is cheaper at £199 with same energy rating. Different brand though, could be worth a look. coopelectricalshop.co.uk/Bek…W-W

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Kankan101

For info Indesit brought the Hotpoint Group years ago and Whirlpool … For info Indesit brought the Hotpoint Group years ago and Whirlpool brought Indesit in 2014Hotpoint/Indesit models are made in the same factory and Whirlpool models are now coming out of the same Indesit factories in Italy now, so across all 3 brands you will get same model cross overs.There is a big gap between qualities in dishwashers and there is certainly a big gap between how good Bosch are compared to these Hotpoint's


So basically may as well buy the cheapest Indesit you can find as the parts are the same as Hotpoint and Whirlpool?

Original Poster

alanw451

This is cheaper at £199 with same energy rating. Different brand though, … This is cheaper at £199 with same energy rating. Different brand though, could be worth a look. http://www.coopelectricalshop.co.uk/Beko-DFS05010W-A-10-Place-Slim-Line-Dishwasher-in-White/id-BEK-DWR-DFS05010W-W


Looks good and may help others, I need an integrated/built-in one though unfortunately.
Thanks for researching!

Thanks OP looks like a great deal, probably just too niche to attract lots of positive votes, but hopefully it helps someone I will give you my little burst of heat

Good deal from me was just looking for a decent integrated slim dishwasher.

And code not working even though it is before midnight. Was gonna grab this at that price - £300 not so good.

People in the white goods trade think Which are always floating on their own cloud, generally you will see premium white goods high street brands suffer more than others because they do put a bit of tech in their machines and its generally these components that fail due to another part on the machine which is a generic one, Hotpoint don't put that much in really so they have less problems.

The older Hotpoints that were made in the UK were pretty good, Indesit made Whirlpool models started to appear late 2015 to start 2016 and it would be the mid ranges one's, some of the top end ones are still made by Whirlpool but low end may well be a Vestel most of the top brands are using Vestel now like Electrolux for parts of their range.

Does make me laugh about the tumble dryer issue and Whirlpools getting the blame for it because they own Indesit now and one of the reasons Indesit got sold is because they knew this problem was coming and Whirlpool hadn't got a clue, problem dates back years to the original Creda one's.

Original Poster

Pepp77

And code not working even though it is before midnight. Was gonna grab … And code not working even though it is before midnight. Was gonna grab this at that price - £300 not so good.


Call customer services and you may well find they honour it because it was their fault for the technical error!

Yeah I would have done that last night except they close their lines at 11pm. Just spoken to them and there is nothing they can do

Some of the tumble driver issues are down to the installers.
Our replacement dryer was delivered earlier this year and the installer started to pull the internal ducting tube from our old model and gave it to me saying this is yours, he then started to remove the one from the new one and said you use this to duct it through the wall, needless to say as soon as he was gone I replaced the tube. In the condition he'd left it any fluff that got past the filter was going straight into the dryer, as well as all the moisture from the clothes.
Our old dryer was 3 years old and there wasn't a trace of fluff inside so there was no danger of it catching fire anytime soon.

Original Poster

£369 now and £300 everywhere else!
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