LG Titan FH4U2TDN2W 8 kg 1400 Spin Washing Machine - White £349.00 with code @ Currys
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LG Titan FH4U2TDN2W 8 kg 1400 Spin Washing Machine - White £349.00 with code @ Currys

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Found 24th Jan
Price back down to £369.00
Add discount code LKA20 to bring price down to £349.00
5 year warranty by redemption before 28th February 2018.
Turbowash feature
Attractive chrome trimmed double glazed door with tinted glass
Unlike most of the current LG range, this model is Wi-Fi equipped, rather than the usual restrictive NFC functionality
Also available in silver under model no: FH4U2TDN2L
Here's the link: currys.co.uk/gbuk/household-appliances/laundry/washing-machines/lg-titan-fh4u2tdn2l-8-kg-1400-spin-washing-machine-silver-10167559-pdt.html

9KG Versions also available for £379.00 using the same LKA20 code
Please note the 9KG versions feature NFC in lieu of Wi-Fi so functionality is limited to downloading additional programs and diagnostics only. They do, however, benefit from additional dedicated LED displays for spin speed and temperature. Here's the links for the 9KG versions in

White: currys.co.uk/gbuk/household-appliances/laundry/washing-machines/lg-fh4u2vcn2-washing-machine-white-10139011-pdt.html

Silver: currys.co.uk/gbuk/household-appliances/laundry/washing-machines/lg-fh4u2vcn4-washing-machine-silver-10143324-pdt.html

Please note that there have been reported problems with the Know How delivery team, but if you're prepared to take a calculated risk, these are fabulous washing machines and the 5 year warranty is the icing on the cake.
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jaydeal23 m ago

Cool looking for an LG, I've looked at the extended warranty on LG's …Cool looking for an LG, I've looked at the extended warranty on LG's site, valid on registered products up til the 28th of Feb. "To claim your extended warranty, you simply register your product as usual on our site, then upload your proof of purchase to complete your application." (5yrs Parts & Labour) All have a 10 year parts warranty too, right? So five years parts and labour, five more just parts? I'm considering this or a Samsung Ecobubble around the same price. Any advice on best? Figured one of these are the way to go, seeing as the HDUK lot recommend them brands most often! My old Bosch has been buggered over a month Cheers OP, +


The 10 Year Warranty is on the inverter motor only, but if the current generation washing machines are anything to go by previous generations, (certainly no reason to doubt this) unless you are running a launderette, you should get 10 years use out of the machine before the drum bearings start to wear.

I am less confident of Samsung's build quality and longevity. As with LG, free 5 Year warranties are available and are still a step up from the run of the mill brands. Samsung washers like LG are high tech and stylish with some similar functionality and features. However, when reading on the reliability statistics of the two brands (Check out UK White goods) the general consensus from engineers is that Samsung has historically suffered from poor reliability issues. LG on the other hand, has been compared to the likes of Bosch and Siemens and when compared to the price of a Miele, LG represents outstanding value.

I've read one or two reports from customer who have previously owned both brands and again LG seems to take the lead.

Admittedly, Samsung are a more popular brand in the UK, but this probably has more to do with the brand's popularity and image in the TV and mobile markets as well as the stylish design of the washing machines, rather than researching the real world day to day performance and reliability of them.
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Cool looking for an LG, I've looked at the extended warranty on LG's site, valid on registered products up til the 28th of Feb.

"To claim your extended warranty, you simply register your product as usual on our site, then upload your proof of purchase to complete your application." (5yrs Parts & Labour)

All have a 10 year parts warranty too, right? So five years parts and labour, five more just parts?

I'm considering this or a Samsung Ecobubble around the same price. Any advice on best? Figured one of these are the way to go, seeing as the HDUK lot recommend them brands most often! My old Bosch has been buggered over a month

Cheers OP, +
jaydeal23 m ago

Cool looking for an LG, I've looked at the extended warranty on LG's …Cool looking for an LG, I've looked at the extended warranty on LG's site, valid on registered products up til the 28th of Feb. "To claim your extended warranty, you simply register your product as usual on our site, then upload your proof of purchase to complete your application." (5yrs Parts & Labour) All have a 10 year parts warranty too, right? So five years parts and labour, five more just parts? I'm considering this or a Samsung Ecobubble around the same price. Any advice on best? Figured one of these are the way to go, seeing as the HDUK lot recommend them brands most often! My old Bosch has been buggered over a month Cheers OP, +


The 10 Year Warranty is on the inverter motor only, but if the current generation washing machines are anything to go by previous generations, (certainly no reason to doubt this) unless you are running a launderette, you should get 10 years use out of the machine before the drum bearings start to wear.

I am less confident of Samsung's build quality and longevity. As with LG, free 5 Year warranties are available and are still a step up from the run of the mill brands. Samsung washers like LG are high tech and stylish with some similar functionality and features. However, when reading on the reliability statistics of the two brands (Check out UK White goods) the general consensus from engineers is that Samsung has historically suffered from poor reliability issues. LG on the other hand, has been compared to the likes of Bosch and Siemens and when compared to the price of a Miele, LG represents outstanding value.

I've read one or two reports from customer who have previously owned both brands and again LG seems to take the lead.

Admittedly, Samsung are a more popular brand in the UK, but this probably has more to do with the brand's popularity and image in the TV and mobile markets as well as the stylish design of the washing machines, rather than researching the real world day to day performance and reliability of them.
TheHun61 h, 14 m ago

https://www.cnbc.com/2018/01/24/lg-just-told-retailers-its-raising-prices-on-washing-machines.html


In the US as they are imposing tariffs, we are not so should be irrelevant.
roons1112 h, 25 m ago

In the US as they are imposing tariffs, we are not so should be irrelevant.



Although tariffs imposed post-Brexit could cause a rise
Paid £320 for this machine almost 2 years ago... cant fault it
Cheers for the info TheHun6

A little wary because I've never spent over 200 on a washing machine. So keeping my eye out but don't wanna miss this deal like I usually do, being overly cautious!

Really seems like a good machine though, just checked TCB & QC, no bloody offers, typical!

Scratching my head over this one! Any idea how long Currys sale lasts? Is this sorta deal typical or decent? First time I've looked for a washing machine in years
jaydeal15 m ago

Cheers for the info TheHun6 A little wary because I've never spent …Cheers for the info TheHun6 A little wary because I've never spent over 200 on a washing machine. So keeping my eye out but don't wanna miss this deal like I usually do, being overly cautious! Really seems like a good machine though, just checked TCB & QC, no bloody offers, typical! Scratching my head over this one! Any idea how long Currys sale lasts? Is this sorta deal typical or decent? First time I've looked for a washing machine in years


Over the post Christmas period, Currys were offering similar deals then over the last 3 weeks put the price up £200 and now back down again. They deliberately do this to give the illusion you're getting more of a bargain than you really are.

Having said that, a quick Google Shopping search for LG Washing Machines with similar specifications should assure you that this stands up well to the current competition.

When you look at the cost of washing machines over the last 40 years, coupled with inflation, today's models in real terms are cheaper than ever, but bear in mind that on the cheaper machines, compromises will have been on build quality and components in order to achieve a low price point.
TheHun610 m ago

Over the post Christmas period, Currys were offering similar deals then …Over the post Christmas period, Currys were offering similar deals then over the last 3 weeks put the price up £200 and now back down again. They deliberately do this to give the illusion you're getting more of a bargain than you really are.Having said that, a quick Google Shopping search for LG Washing Machines with similar specifications should assure you that this stands up well to the current competition.When you look at the cost of washing machines over the last 40 years, coupled with inflation, today's models in real terms are cheaper than ever, but bear in mind that on the cheaper machines, compromises will have been on build quality and components in order to achieve a low price point.


You working on commission mate ! Cheers for the quick reply. Typical bargain tactics then! Yeah I done a quick Google-fu and it stacks up well
jaydeal25th Jan

You working on commission mate ! Cheers for the quick reply. Typical …You working on commission mate ! Cheers for the quick reply. Typical bargain tactics then! Yeah I done a quick Google-fu and it stacks up well


Commission, if only! Mind you, this in no way endorses Currys, it's purely about the deal only.
Read some reviews left on curry's site and it looks as though an 8kilo wash is 4hrs with no override, isn't that a bit on the long side? Our current LG is just under half that with the same size load.
Do it at night
DogdySnigwirter1 h, 13 m ago

Read some reviews left on curry's site and it looks as though an 8kilo …Read some reviews left on curry's site and it looks as though an 8kilo wash is 4hrs with no override, isn't that a bit on the long side? Our current LG is just under half that with the same size load.


Depends on the wash program selected. Turbo Wash is less than an hour, even with a full load.
TheHun612 h, 19 m ago

The 10 Year Warranty is on the inverter motor only, but if the current …The 10 Year Warranty is on the inverter motor only, but if the current generation washing machines are anything to go by previous generations, (certainly no reason to doubt this) unless you are running a launderette, you should get 10 years use out of the machine before the drum bearings start to wear.I am less confident of Samsung's build quality and longevity. As with LG, free 5 Year warranties are available and are still a step up from the run of the mill brands. Samsung washers like LG are high tech and stylish with some similar functionality and features. However, when reading on the reliability statistics of the two brands (Check out UK White goods) the general consensus from engineers is that Samsung has historically suffered from poor reliability issues. LG on the other hand, has been compared to the likes of Bosch and Siemens and when compared to the price of a Miele, LG represents outstanding value.I've read one or two reports from customer who have previously owned both brands and again LG seems to take the lead. Admittedly, Samsung are a more popular brand in the UK, but this probably has more to do with the brand's popularity and image in the TV and mobile markets as well as the stylish design of the washing machines, rather than researching the real world day to day performance and reliability of them.


I have LG as I can comfortably say it’s the best machine I have ever had and so quiet
Great Machine well worth your hard earned cash
Bought one thanks for posting
jaydeal22 h, 57 m ago

Cool looking for an LG, I've looked at the extended warranty on LG's …Cool looking for an LG, I've looked at the extended warranty on LG's site, valid on registered products up til the 28th of Feb. "To claim your extended warranty, you simply register your product as usual on our site, then upload your proof of purchase to complete your application." (5yrs Parts & Labour) All have a 10 year parts warranty too, right? So five years parts and labour, five more just parts? I'm considering this or a Samsung Ecobubble around the same price. Any advice on best? Figured one of these are the way to go, seeing as the HDUK lot recommend them brands most often! My old Bosch has been buggered over a month Cheers OP, +


Had my lg for over 5 years no issues at all apart from a £5.95 door catch Love samsung products but I would defo buy another lg washer.
Anyone happen to know how long the code is valid for? Tempted to top up my reloadable Currys Gift Card via Perksatwork but that takes a couple of days to go through. Would take this down to £325.
StewieEatWorld39 m ago

Anyone happen to know how long the code is valid for? Tempted to top up my …Anyone happen to know how long the code is valid for? Tempted to top up my reloadable Currys Gift Card via Perksatwork but that takes a couple of days to go through. Would take this down to £325.


According to vouchercodes.co.uk voucher code expires 30th Jan.
Had an LG washer for about 8 years now. For some strange reason for peace of mind I decided to take out an extended warranty on it after 3 years of "Normal" warranty (at the time mine only came with 3 years as standard), so have been paying Domestic & General about £7 / month (£84 / year) for the last 5+ years. How many call outs to date..... A big fat Zero!
The day I even think of cancelling it though, I just know the damn thing will conk out, water will leak everywhere and I'll probably be working away from home and the Missus will go mad at me for cancelling the breakdown cover on it.
Or... do you put the £84 / year in a pot and after 4 years, you have the money for one of these. Given that this has a 5 year warranty also, it's a no brainer really. You could even have a new washer every 5 years cheaper than taking out a maintenance plan! To echo others comments, I'd have another LG washer tomorrow, great machines.
neilcaldwell10 h, 13 m ago

Had an LG washer for about 8 years now. For some strange reason for peace …Had an LG washer for about 8 years now. For some strange reason for peace of mind I decided to take out an extended warranty on it after 3 years of "Normal" warranty (at the time mine only came with 3 years as standard), so have been paying Domestic & General about £7 / month (£84 / year) for the last 5+ years. How many call outs to date..... A big fat Zero!The day I even think of cancelling it though, I just know the damn thing will conk out, water will leak everywhere and I'll probably be working away from home and the Missus will go mad at me for cancelling the breakdown cover on it.Or... do you put the £84 / year in a pot and after 4 years, you have the money for one of these. Given that this has a 5 year warranty also, it's a no brainer really. You could even have a new washer every 5 years cheaper than taking out a maintenance plan! To echo others comments, I'd have another LG washer tomorrow, great machines.


Ironically when the first generation LG washing machines arrived in the UK in 1999, they only came with a 1 year warranty, and yet I went ahead a bought one. Why?

In the beginning you could only buy LG washing machines from an independent Euronics dealer. The great thing about these shops (unlike Currys) is that you have extremely knowledgeable staff who are really passionate about their products and the advice they give is usually trustworthy. They will not necessarily try and steer you to a product that will earn them the greatest commission or because there's a particular model they want to get rid of.

So, here we are walking into the shop with very limited knowledge on the subject at the time and the conversation goes something like this:

"Over here, we have the regular everyday brands Hotpoint, Indesit, Hoover etc. Generally these will be expected to last 3-5 years. At the other end of the scale, we have the Bosch, AEG and Siemens models. These are better built and should give you around 6-8 years or more. I would avoid the cheaper Spanish built Bosch models. I would normally recommend Siemens. At the top end we have Miele and although they are much more expensive, they have been known to last up to 20 years, so the cost per year isn't that bad.

Finally over here we have a new one. These machines are very popular in the Asia Pacific region, but are new to this country. They are a little more expensive than those everyday brands over there, but as you see cost less than the German branded washers. As you can see the LG machines are solidly built and we believe they are just as good as those German models"

Our minds were made up and we bought one and have never looked back. A few months later my parents' machine packed up and recommended the same brand to them, but by then they were becoming a little more widely available and went to a different retailer (Apollo 2000) who were selling the same model for slightly less. The man in the shop asked if I wanted an extended warranty. I cockily replied and said "No thanks, that's why I've chosen an LG so I don't need one!" As it happens, my 1st generation LG washer lasted 9 years of daily use before the drum bearings wore out.
StewieEatWorld14 h, 17 m ago

Anyone happen to know how long the code is valid for? Tempted to top up my …Anyone happen to know how long the code is valid for? Tempted to top up my reloadable Currys Gift Card via Perksatwork but that takes a couple of days to go through. Would take this down to £325.


I've only found Perks at Work only really useful for discounted cinema tickets. Haven't really understood the benefits of Wow points over Topcashback and Quidco, unless I'm missing a trick?
sneakybifta25th Jan

Although tariffs imposed post-Brexit could cause a rise



the UK putting additional tariffs on Korean goods due to BREXIT is exceedingly unlikely, any tariff increases would be on EU goods and then only if they apply tariffs to us.
TheHun625th Jan

Depends on the wash program selected. Turbo Wash is less than an hour, …Depends on the wash program selected. Turbo Wash is less than an hour, even with a full load.

takes me about 3 minutes, when I got a full load......
Even removes most stains without having to treat the stain first.
roons11143 m ago

the UK putting additional tariffs on Korean goods due to BREXIT is …the UK putting additional tariffs on Korean goods due to BREXIT is exceedingly unlikely, any tariff increases would be on EU goods and then only if they apply tariffs to us.


The EU has a free trade deal with South Korea. It is said to be the most comprehensive of the 50+ third country trade deals we currently enjoy as an EU member state.

After Brexit, if we leave the single market and customs union, we lose that trade deal and must begin to negotiate our own, alongside the 50+ other trade deals we will lose.

So additional tariffs on Korean goods due to Brexit is actually exceedingly likely, and certain to happen under the WTO rules / no deal scenario often demanded.
Any model with a bigger load? 9/10kg??
jamiethind5 h, 17 m ago

Any model with a bigger load? 9/10kg??


If you read the deal info and scroll down to the bottom I have provided links to two 9KG models - one in white, the other in silver. Also from Currys.

On the other hand, if you would prefer to have some steam functionality in lieu of Turbowash, Hughes offers s 9KG version for £399. Current stock availability for delivery is sporadic and has John Lewis has since put that model back up to £599, the next best option is AO at £419.

I'm afraid if you're looking for a 10KG LG washer, it's going to be at least a £200 jump in price, regardless of supplier.
TheHun61 h, 30 m ago

If you read the deal info and scroll down to the bottom I have provided …If you read the deal info and scroll down to the bottom I have provided links to two 9KG models - one in white, the other in silver. Also from Currys.On the other hand, if you would prefer to have some steam functionality in lieu of Turbowash, Hughes offers s 9KG version for £399. Current stock availability for delivery is sporadic and has John Lewis has since put that model back up to £599, the next best option is AO at £419.I'm afraid if you're looking for a 10KG LG washer, it's going to be at least a £200 jump in price, regardless of supplier.

Amazing thanks for the info! 9kg will be enough for me. I haven't a clue about washing machines st the moment but which one do you recommended?
What do you mean by steam functionality?



If you had a choice which one of the 9kg size would you select?

Also looking for a tumble dryer - if you could help?

Thanks in advance!
Edited by: "jamiethind" 27th Jan
jamiethind42 m ago

What do you mean by steam functionality? If you had a choice which one of …What do you mean by steam functionality? If you had a choice which one of the 9kg size would you select? Also looking for a tumble dryer - if you could help? Thanks in advance!


I went for the one from Hughes on the basis that I was hugely let down by the Currys Know How delivery service, but if you're happy to put up with Currys hit and miss customer service, then here's the key differences between the two models:

If the fastest washing times is your priority, go for the Currys model with Turbowash.

If you want the benefit of allergen and stain removal and fewer creases, go for the Hughes AO model.

Not an expert on tumble dryers, but am aware that LG make some pretty good combined washer dryers and may be more cost effective than buying separately. I think I saw one recently that looked pretty good in the region of £450. Hope this helps.
Edited by: "TheHun6" 27th Jan
TheHun66 h, 48 m ago

Tell a lie Sonic Direct offer a 10KG model with both Truesteam and …Tell a lie Sonic Direct offer a 10KG model with both Truesteam and Turbowash for £499 if you don't mind the previous generation design. Probably won't have the 5 Year warranty either.sonicdirect.co.uk/prod/Washing-Machines/LG-FH4A8JDS2-Washing-Machine-in-White-1400rpm-10kg-A-Rated

Amazing knowledge!! Many thanks! Does the ao model and huges ones have 5 year warranty included or do I apply through Lg direct. Many many many thanks
Ps. Do you have a link for the Hughes or ao 9kg steam one?
jamiethind6 m ago

Amazing knowledge!! Many thanks! Does the ao model and huges ones have 5 …Amazing knowledge!! Many thanks! Does the ao model and huges ones have 5 year warranty included or do I apply through Lg direct. Many many many thanks


Yes Hughes and AO are both qualify for the 5 Year Warranty. Simply register on the LG website once you've taken delivery of your washing machine. If you have an Android smart phone with NFC you'll be able to utilise the diagnostics and download additional wash programs too. It will also keep a count of many wash cycles you have made so after every 30 wash cycles you'll be prompted to carry out a tub clean.
For some reason I'm only getting 5% on the white one which equates to £379.95. I've entered the code but only took off £19.95.
Am I missing something
van191 h, 21 m ago

For some reason I'm only getting 5% on the white one which equates to …For some reason I'm only getting 5% on the white one which equates to £379.95. I've entered the code but only took off £19.95. Am I missing something


5% is the correct discount and that price, presumably is for one of the 9KG models? Slight miscalculation on my figures because I wasn't able to test the item in the basket without either registering all my details first or logging in, but 5% off £400 is £20 so in the right ballpark. That's still a good deal. If you have Topcashback or Quidco, you might be able to shave off a little more. And if Currys fails on your delivery first time (you're in with a pretty good chance of that happening) then complain, demand compensation for the material inconvenience and that will add a further discount!
Edited by: "TheHun6" 27th Jan
TheHun62 h, 19 m ago

5% is the correct discount and that price, presumably is for one of the …5% is the correct discount and that price, presumably is for one of the 9KG models? Slight miscalculation on my figures because I wasn't able to test the item in the basket without either registering all my details first or logging in, but 5% off £400 is £20 so in the right ballpark. That's still a good deal. If you have Topcashback or Quidco, you might be able to shave off a little more. And if Currys fails on your delivery first time (you're in with a pretty good chance of that happening) then complain, demand compensation for the material inconvenience and that will add a further discount!


Thanks for answering back. I found the original £369 model and came down to the quoted price you mentioned. Somehow I had selected the £399 one at some point lol.
It's the extra 1KG that's the killer! 😁
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