Hotpoint Ultima 10kg 1600 Spin Washing Machine - down from £449 to £329 with code @ Co-op Electrical
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Hotpoint Ultima 10kg 1600 Spin Washing Machine - down from £449 to £329 with code @ Co-op Electrical

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Found 26th Jan
Seems like a really good deal for a 10kg washer!
Saw some really good reviews online and found the same machine on AO for £429.
It's down £100 from £449 but used code CH20 to get it for £329. Delivery is £3.99.

A couple of points i spotted as well:
  • Steam Hygiene adds extra steam at the end of the wash cycle for a deep intensive clean
  • A+++ -20% Energy Rating. This is 20% more efficient than a top rated A+++ model
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Be sure to take out extended warranty.
monitor13 m ago

Be sure to take out extended warranty.



And save up all your days off at work to wait in! :-(
Had 2 Hotpoint machines, last one packed in twice in 2 years. The pump has just packed in on this one after 1 year. Never again, German machines only for me going forward.
I had Hotpoint Ultima only 19 months old & the bearings went - never again! (sealed drum/unable to buy replacement parts)
you need to factor in added warranty on any hotpoint or indesit, same brand and work out if its cheap before buying. If you want £170 machine to last 3 years you will need to pay an extra £200+ for the labour warranty. So a £170 actually costs you £370, in this case the real costs are £529 want it to last 4 years and add the extra this becomes a very expensive machine.

Now if you want to chuck it away after a year then great, or you might get the local repair man to fix it and take the chance, great but want a reliable fully covered machine then do the maths first. Cheap machines are not worth it, you can get a better quality machine with a 5 year warranty around this price.

And after getting to the stage of seeing the hotpoint engineer in our house every month or even more, I know what I would be doing.
Have an Indesit WM for more than 5 yrs. Still going strong and absolutely no problem whatsoever.
devil10956 m ago

I had Hotpoint Ultima only 19 months old & the bearings went - never …I had Hotpoint Ultima only 19 months old & the bearings went - never again! (sealed drum/unable to buy replacement parts)


Our Hotpoint is the same at the minute, sounds like Concorde is taking off in the utility room when it's spinning. Needless to say it's just out the five year warranty
i avoid all hotpoint products now fridge freezer and washing machine both died within 3 years
Hotpoint.
No don't do it
eslick5 h, 10 m ago

you need to factor in added warranty on any hotpoint or indesit, same …you need to factor in added warranty on any hotpoint or indesit, same brand and work out if its cheap before buying. If you want £170 machine to last 3 years you will need to pay an extra £200+ for the labour warranty. So a £170 actually costs you £370, in this case the real costs are £529 want it to last 4 years and add the extra this becomes a very expensive machine. Now if you want to chuck it away after a year then great, or you might get the local repair man to fix it and take the chance, great but want a reliable fully covered machine then do the maths first. Cheap machines are not worth it, you can get a better quality machine with a 5 year warranty around this price. And after getting to the stage of seeing the hotpoint engineer in our house every month or even more, I know what I would be doing.


You also need to add in the NOISE factor with cheap brand machines... even if they are working, unless you can put them out of the way, the noise is something that's hard to live with!
eslick5 h, 33 m ago

you need to factor in added warranty on any hotpoint or indesit, same …you need to factor in added warranty on any hotpoint or indesit, same brand and work out if its cheap before buying. If you want £170 machine to last 3 years you will need to pay an extra £200+ for the labour warranty. So a £170 actually costs you £370, in this case the real costs are £529 want it to last 4 years and add the extra this becomes a very expensive machine. Now if you want to chuck it away after a year then great, or you might get the local repair man to fix it and take the chance, great but want a reliable fully covered machine then do the maths first. Cheap machines are not worth it, you can get a better quality machine with a 5 year warranty around this price. And after getting to the stage of seeing the hotpoint engineer in our house every month or even more, I know what I would be doing.


Simple answer, buy a super reliable LG with 5 Year warranty included. Sorted.
Save your money and get a Beko...made in the same Turkish factory as some of the other supposed top brands...
TheHun626 m ago

Simple answer, buy a super reliable LG with 5 Year warranty included. …Simple answer, buy a super reliable LG with 5 Year warranty included. Sorted.


That’s what I said!
eslick25 m ago

That’s what I said!


There's no going back!
LazybeatX6 h, 43 m ago

Had 2 Hotpoint machines, last one packed in twice in 2 years. The pump has …Had 2 Hotpoint machines, last one packed in twice in 2 years. The pump has just packed in on this one after 1 year. Never again, German machines only for me going forward.


Don't you mean Polish machines going forward? Seems all the premium brands are made there these days!
TheHun61 h, 59 m ago

Don't you mean Polish machines going forward? Seems all the premium brands …Don't you mean Polish machines going forward? Seems all the premium brands are made there these days!


Hotpoint cold
InTheKnow4445 m ago

Hotpoint cold


Unless it catches fire, but that could never happen.....oh wait.
It's a shame but Hotpoint isn't the same brand it used to be. I remember the products made in Britain being bomb proof. Products are so rarely built to last nowadays
Hotpoint, Swan, Proline, Indesit, Creda, White knight are all on my Sh*t List or never to buy again (Anymore I should know about) ??

It's getting quite difficult to find appliances that are safe anymore

I just replaced an indesit washing machine which was very noisy after only 18 months of use with the Samsung eco buble 9KG which I Got for £279 a few weeks back

My mum's Creda T520VW tumble dryer was a death trap (covered with fibres inside) but Hotpoint support to my knowledge still have yet to admit it should be added to their (Death by tumble dryer list)




Before I but any appliance in the future, the 1st thing I do is search for( Model number+ recall)


Then I discount anything that even brings up a search result of any kind
Edited by: "InTheKnow444" 27th Jan
InTheKnow4443 m ago

Hotpoint, Swan, Proline, Indesit, Creda, White knight are all on my Sh*t …Hotpoint, Swan, Proline, Indesit, Creda, White knight are all on my Sh*t List or never to buy again (Anymore I should know about) ??It's getting quite difficult to find appliances that are safe anymoreI just replaced an indesit washing machine which was very noisy after only 18 months of use with the Samsung eco buble 9KG which I Got for £279 a few weeks backMy mum's Creda T520VW tumble dryer was a death trap (covered with fibres inside) but Hotpoint support to my knowledge still have yet to admit it should be added to their (Death by tumble dryer list)Before I but any appliance in the future, the 1st thing I do is search for( Model number+ recall)Then I discount anything that even brings up a search result of any kind


electricalsafetyfirst.org.uk/pro…ls/

This is quite a good website for Checking dodgy products.
I am aware of that site already, but not every death trap is on it

I'd encourage anyone who reads this not to have a tumble dryer at all (if possible), or never to leave one unattended and maintain them properly if you have to have one at all !
InTheKnow4443 m ago

I am aware of that site already, but not every death trap is on itI'd …I am aware of that site already, but not every death trap is on itI'd encourage anyone who reads this not to have a tumble dryer at all (if possible), or never to leave one unattended and maintain them properly if you have to have one at all !


It's the most dangerous appliance in the home. You have to make sure you remove as much fluff as possible. I vacuum mine with the crevice tool to make sure the least amount of fluff gets inside the unit
the only trouble with that is the fluff which finds it's way inside the machine where you can't reach it
Samsung machines are great, ours is almost 5 years old. They come with a 5 year warranty as well. It is noisy but has never broken down.
InTheKnow4449 h, 2 m ago

Hotpoint, Swan, Proline, Indesit, Creda, White knight are all on my Sh*t …Hotpoint, Swan, Proline, Indesit, Creda, White knight are all on my Sh*t List or never to buy again (Anymore I should know about) ??It's getting quite difficult to find appliances that are safe anymoreI just replaced an indesit washing machine which was very noisy after only 18 months of use with the Samsung eco buble 9KG which I Got for £279 a few weeks backMy mum's Creda T520VW tumble dryer was a death trap (covered with fibres inside) but Hotpoint support to my knowledge still have yet to admit it should be added to their (Death by tumble dryer list)Before I but any appliance in the future, the 1st thing I do is search for( Model number+ recall)Then I discount anything that even brings up a search result of any kind


Hoover and Candy also have a pretty dire reputation. You might want to check this out:

ukwhitegoods.co.uk/hel…ion

Scroll down and click on each desired manufacturer to obtain reliability information. Hardly any of the brands in the sub £250 sector are much cop and there are even marked differences between Samsung and LG, with the latter being the better option.
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