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KENWOOD K714WM18 7 kg 1400 Spin Washing Machine - White @ Currys £189.99
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KENWOOD K714WM18 7 kg 1400 Spin Washing Machine - White @ Currys £189.99

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Posted 8th Oct 2018
I was looking to buy washing machine and comes to this product. Want to get some feedback about this deal price and quality of machine. It will be good if people who owns this machine or similar from this brand share their experience.
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is it just the standard 12 months warranty ?
Kenwood werealways known for making good reliable products but I’m sure I read that a few years ago the brand got taken over and the products they now manufacture aren’t a patch on what they used to be. My only experience recently of their products wasn’t a favourable one I had a microwave that was 14 months old that suddenly gave up the ghost!
Edited by: "jona77" 8th Oct 2018
jona7712 m ago

Kenwood werealways known for making good reliable products but I’m sure I r …Kenwood werealways known for making good reliable products but I’m sure I read that a few years ago the brand got taken over and the products they now manufacture aren’t a patch on what they used to be. My only experience recently of their products wasn’t a favourable one I had a microwave that was 14 months old that suddenly gave up the ghost!



i second that!
kenwood was the way to g..for parties
...i still have that kenwood.. still strong.
over 20 yrs and still look the business.
but dunno now.
jona7708/10/2018 12:47

Kenwood werealways known for making good reliable products but I’m sure I r …Kenwood werealways known for making good reliable products but I’m sure I read that a few years ago the brand got taken over and the products they now manufacture aren’t a patch on what they used to be. My only experience recently of their products wasn’t a favourable one I had a microwave that was 14 months old that suddenly gave up the ghost!


Kenwood are now a Curry's own-brand so no, not the same company any more. Having said that I've owned a Kenwood dishwasher for 5 years or so, trouble-free aside from some seals needing replacing.
CatsWithThumbs46 m ago

Kenwood are now a Curry's own-brand so no, not the same company any more. …Kenwood are now a Curry's own-brand so no, not the same company any more. Having said that I've owned a Kenwood dishwasher for 5 years or so, trouble-free aside from some seals needing replacing.


Wow that explains it all,had two which both written off with the same fault after about 3.month. motor gone on both . Got a great deal on an AEG,on another level
Kenwood kitchen appliances is not the same as this Kenwood. The Kenwood white good s is just a brand name used for Currys own brand products - think of Tescos' basics... yes it is that level of quality.

Kenwood still make good kitchen appliances, but they are not the same Kenwood that make fridges washing machines, freezers or cookers. The Kenwood white goods are cheap and of poor quality - usually made by the likes of Vestel in Turkey.

Buy cheap, buy twice is the most apt expression for this.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 8th Oct 2018
CatsWithThumbs08/10/2018 13:49

... I've owned a Kenwood dishwasher for 5 years or so, trouble-free aside …... I've owned a Kenwood dishwasher for 5 years or so, trouble-free aside from some seals needing replacing.


So not 'trouble free' at all, or did you just fancy changing the seals? :/
Edited by: "Besford" 8th Oct 2018
Besford08/10/2018 23:28

So not 'trouble free' at all, or did you just fancy changing the seals? :/


Yes, trouble-free aside from the rubber seal where the top rack pushes into the back of the machine, which perished and cost about a fiver to replace and is the same part across a number of brands. I would buy another when this becomes "less trouble-free"

Naturally it'll burst into flames or flood the house next time i use it
CatsWithThumbs9 h, 25 m ago

Yes, trouble-free aside from the rubber seal where the top rack pushes …Yes, trouble-free aside from the rubber seal where the top rack pushes into the back of the machine, which perished and cost about a fiver to replace and is the same part across a number of brands. I would buy another when this becomes "less trouble-free" Naturally it'll burst into flames or flood the house next time i use it


My dishwasher is 26 years old and nothing has been replaced - now that's 'trouble-free'.
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