Indesit IWDC6125S 1200 Spin Washer Dryer Silver (£262.99 before cash back - £257.81 after) @ CoOp
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Indesit IWDC6125S 1200 Spin Washer Dryer Silver (£262.99 before cash back - £257.81 after) @ CoOp

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Found 2nd Mar
Not the best washer dryer in the world, but I just bought this for a rental property. I normally pay around £300 for a cheap washer dryer, but this one works out at £257.81 with cash back delivered.

This seems good value if you are looking for a cheap washer dryer, also it's nice it's cheaper in silver than white.

Co-op has a "flash sale". but this washer dryer was not part of this office.
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As previous posts these cheap deals are mostly a false economy. You will need to factor in extended warranty's or be prepared to buying another machine sooner rather than later, better to go for a mid-price Bosch it'll last far longer.
Mud8oy48 m ago

As previous posts these cheap deals are mostly a false economy. You will …As previous posts these cheap deals are mostly a false economy. You will need to factor in extended warranty's or be prepared to buying another machine sooner rather than later, better to go for a mid-price Bosch it'll last far longer.


for my own home i would pay more, but i have these in 7 bedroom student properties and i normally get 3 years+ out of them, which when they have nearly 1 wash everyday, i don't think this is bad.
cundall10 m ago

for my own home i would pay more, but i have these in 7 bedroom student …for my own home i would pay more, but i have these in 7 bedroom student properties and i normally get 3 years+ out of them, which when they have nearly 1 wash everyday, i don't think this is bad.


I don't disagree with you but if you can stretch your budget it will make a considerable difference but those who move houses regularly and can't or don't want the hassle of taking the machine with them then it'll do.
I have an indesit washer dryer and I love it. I would definitely recommend these!
Ettevya9 m ago

I have an indesit washer dryer and I love it. I would definitely recommend …I have an indesit washer dryer and I love it. I would definitely recommend these!


Sadly you are one of few happy indesit customers out there. Any other company that has done what these have over the years, reliability issues, making a fortune out of the extended warranty that is needed and let’s not mention the fires would have gone bust years ago.
eslick19 m ago

Sadly you are one of few happy indesit customers out there. Any other …Sadly you are one of few happy indesit customers out there. Any other company that has done what these have over the years, reliability issues, making a fortune out of the extended warranty that is needed and let’s not mention the fires would have gone bust years ago.


I was hesitant about buying one of these because of all their background issues but it was worth the risk
Mud8oy2nd Mar

As previous posts these cheap deals are mostly a false economy. You will …As previous posts these cheap deals are mostly a false economy. You will need to factor in extended warranty's or be prepared to buying another machine sooner rather than later, better to go for a mid-price Bosch it'll last far longer.


Will an entry level Bosch last far longer too? I say this because with LG an entry level £300 LG shares many of the internals of a £700 model, including the Direct Drive Inverter Motor with 10 Year Warranty, the 6 Motion Wash System, a near identical LED panel and control design, same sturdy door mechanism, same 74db spin noise, same weight in proportion to drum capacity, same A+++ energy rating, same NFC diagnosis and wash program functionality and a very similar range of wash programs. The key differentials on the higher priced models are cosmetic embellishments, larger drum capacities, Turbowash and Steam. A £300 LG will still last about 10 years on average. Will a £300 Bosch last this long?
TheHun614 m ago

Will an entry level Bosch last far longer too? I say this because with LG …Will an entry level Bosch last far longer too? I say this because with LG an entry level £300 LG shares many of the internals of a £700 model, including the Direct Drive Inverter Motor with 10 Year Warranty, the 6 Motion Wash System, a near identical LED panel and control design, same sturdy door mechanism, same 74db spin noise, same weight in proportion to drum capacity, same A+++ energy rating, same NFC diagnosis and wash program functionality and a very similar range of wash programs. The key differentials on the higher priced models are cosmetic embellishments, larger drum capacities, Turbowash and Steam. A £300 LG will still last about 10 years on average. Will a £300 Bosch last this long?


Mines going strong and its over 8 years old I'm sure if we put the message out other HotUKers can share their experiences good or bad....?
eslick1 h, 50 m ago

Sadly you are one of few happy indesit customers out there. Any other …Sadly you are one of few happy indesit customers out there. Any other company that has done what these have over the years, reliability issues, making a fortune out of the extended warranty that is needed and let’s not mention the fires would have gone bust years ago.


Owned an Indesit washer/dryer since 1998 and still going strong. Only problem was in 2010 when brushes had to be replaced. If on a budget l would defo go for another.
Mud8oy3 h, 7 m ago

Mines going strong and its over 8 years old I'm sure if we put the message …Mines going strong and its over 8 years old I'm sure if we put the message out other HotUKers can share their experiences good or bad....?


I imply from context, you have a 8+ year old Bosch and the discussion was on LG and a 'how about a Bosch?'.

Are you both talking about washer dryers because at £300, I dont see them at this price point?

To stir the pot, any thoughts on Samsung and their offer of 3 year warranty extra making it possibly 4 or 5 years for around 550 quid?

Or, alternatively, get a British Gas kitchen appliance and plumbing cover or sone equivalent, any thoughts barking up that tree?
davening10 h, 35 m ago

I imply from context, you have a 8+ year old Bosch and the discussion was …I imply from context, you have a 8+ year old Bosch and the discussion was on LG and a 'how about a Bosch?'.Are you both talking about washer dryers because at £300, I dont see them at this price point?To stir the pot, any thoughts on Samsung and their offer of 3 year warranty extra making it possibly 4 or 5 years for around 550 quid?Or, alternatively, get a British Gas kitchen appliance and plumbing cover or sone equivalent, any thoughts barking up that tree?



davening

Yup I've got bog standard Bosch Washing not a washer dryer got the room now used to have washer dryers back in the day. From what I know of Samsung machines is the after-sales lets it down as they use third party company's and engineers and don't have their own service network ( same as LG their rivals ) so for that reason I wouldn't use them.
As for kitchen goods cover you have to weigh up how old the machine is and how often you use it you may be better putting aside money for repairs as and when you need them, some machines may last far longer and not have any issues other HotUKer's can probably verify?.
These maybe useful for info;
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whitegoodshelp.co.uk/was…st/
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