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Hotpoint WMF720p - £219 down from £379 @ Comet
Hotpoint WMF720p  - £219 down from £379 @ Comet

Hotpoint WMF720p - £219 down from £379 @ Comet

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Just looking for a washer in the sales and came across this from comet. It came down to £249 a month or two ago, so this is a bit of a deal I reckon. Not bad for one that's rated A for energy.

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Thanks, HD ready too!

Bought this before and it kept breaking down got rid of it in the end, looks like a good deal but not very reliable, would not recommend it. Not voting hot or cold just a bit of advise!

Would never buy a Hotpoint Washing Machine ever again. Unreliable and often break down / flood your kitchen. Good price but won't last long...better off in the long term purchasing a better brand.

might be cheap but its hotpoint and they are cheap, dont bother with them or any of their sister company parts, they are hopeless.

eslick;7335998

might be cheap but its hotpoint and they are cheap, dont bother with them … might be cheap but its hotpoint and they are cheap, dont bother with them or any of their sister company parts, they are hopeless.



You're not wrong, good price for the spec, but Hotpoint isn't Hotpoint anymore, it's part of indesit (or Indesh*t as they are better known).They are genberally good machines when they work, but reliablility is an issue, and in some cases poor design.I'd advise looking for a Zanussi if you can, shouldn't cost much more, but will probably be a lot more reliable :thumbsup:

Yep, either get a decent brand such as Zanussi, AEG, Siemens, Bosch or if you're feeling flash, a Miele, or get a bog standard Beko which ARE easy to fix.

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Cool, thanks for the advice. Although am a bit apprehensive about the indesit tumble dryer I just purchased now.....

greggaiger;7346986

Cool, thanks for the advice. Although am a bit apprehensive about the … Cool, thanks for the advice. Although am a bit apprehensive about the indesit tumble dryer I just purchased now.....



I wouldn't be too worried about the Tumble Dryer, as they contain a lot less parts, than washing machines, and don't suffer problems with water hardness etc, so less likely to break down, and so really with Tumble Dryers it doesn't make such a difference with the brand or price, as they basically only consist of a timer, motor, fan, and heater.The only options worth paying extra for are condenser models, and those with a timer for using cheap rate electricity, or use a plug in timer. :thumbsup:

Years ago I used to sell white goods, but I myself still chose a cheap White Knight model, because I knew it was as well made as most others, and infact it went on to last about 10 years, not bad considering it only cost £110! The main thing to help prolong the life of a tumble dryer is to avoid overloading, that way your clothes will dry better, and you're not putting a strain on the motor.
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