Miele W1613 Freestanding Washing Machine £619 delivered from Redhill Appliances(with 10 years parts and labour warranty)
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Miele W1613 Freestanding Washing Machine £619 delivered from Redhill Appliances(with 10 years parts and labour warranty)

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Found 9th Apr 2012
Unfortunately if you live in Scotland, N.Ireland or any of the post codes below this is not available for delivery
TR, SA, SY, LD, LL, CA, LA, YO, DL and PL

However if You live in the parts of England or Wales not mentioned above I'm fairly confident this is the cheapest Miele Washing machine you can buy.

Blurb
This lotus white Miele W 1613 Washing Machine is a premium machine from the legendary Miele brand. Like all Miele appliances, it combines sophisticated design, bullet-proof build quality, and innovative features.

This Miele W 1613 Washing Machine has been awarded an outstanding A+ rating for energy efficiency, which shows that it works effectively to clean your clothes without wasting energy. By using this machine you're helping to reduce your environmental impact and will keep your utility bills to a minimum. The Miele W1613 has also been rated an A/B for wash performance and spin efficiency, so you can enjoy clean, fresh laundry, too!

The Miele W 1613 Washing Machine includes options for a number of programmes, including handwash/woollens and minimum iron settings, so you can be sure each article is washed to its specific washing instructions. You can easily see what you and your washer are doing on its clear, slimline display.

Some very useful safety features are also incorporated into the design of the Miele W 1613 Washing Machine, including a water control system, child lock and fault diagnosis programme, so your mind can rest easy as it takes care of your laundry!

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Type of construction Freestanding
Load capacity 6 kg / 13.2 lb
Maximum spin speed 1300 rpm
Energy rating A+
Wash performance rating A
Spin performance rating B
Number of programmes 13
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Ideal if you're looking to take advantage of the 10 year parts and labour warranty currently available

This Machine is £100 more in Currys!
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28 Comments
Quality
If they are confident to give a warranty for 10 years it makes you think it might last 20.
It's got to be an Hot deal.
Hot
bigbaz

If they are confident to give a warranty for 10 years it makes you think … If they are confident to give a warranty for 10 years it makes you think it might last 20. It's got to be an Hot deal.



Yeah, ten year warranty- it's window dressing. You'll never get to use it. I have a Miele dishwasher that I bought 25 years ago, never had any attention to it at all apart from filling the salt and rinse aid reservoirs.
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I need a new washing machine too! Gutted this isn't available to me, I know it's expensive but the 10 year warranty give's you some peace of mind! When a washing machine goes wrong it's never fun!
Smoking.
miele, simply,,the daddy of em all,,,cracking red hot deal.
OP "However if You live in England or Wales I'm fairly confident this is the cheapest Miele Washing machine you can buy."

PL is Cornwall/Devon and hence in England.
LL is Wales.
Pretty sure that TR is Truro, England again.
This is a fantastic machine picked one up last year for £609 from currys. Not sure if the standards have dropped but ours did break down after less than a year - service was great mind you. They had chaps over to fix it a few days later.
A good deal it may well be but I had a terrible time with Redhill Appliances 6 months ago,ordered a washing machine in good faith,they took the money then I waited...and waited...eventually they refunded me a month ago as they never had them in stock in the first place after being promised umpteen delivery dates and each time I got a call a day before saying it wasn't coming due to suppliers.

After a quick search I saw many others have had similar problems with them so my advice is to err on the side of caution.
LA is Lancaster and CA is Carlisle ! wtf!!!
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hedgyhog

OP "However if You live in England or Wales I'm fairly confident this is … OP "However if You live in England or Wales I'm fairly confident this is the cheapest Miele Washing machine you can buy."PL is Cornwall/Devon and hence in England.LL is Wales.Pretty sure that TR is Truro, England again.



Apologies I'm not from Britain, presumed (incorrectly) that some of Wales was included. But that's why i posted the post codes above
brilliant price,ive just paid £719 on john lewis and i thought that was cheap,one thing though how come theyre only giving a 5 year guarantee with their dishwashers and not 10?
Had ours 8 years (came with 10 year warranty) and not missed a beat and does get hammered. May seem like a large outlay but damn good machines.
LL is North Wales
SA - Swansea and surrounding area, SY - most of mid wales..
Best buy according to Which magazine (74%). I'd have bought this if I hadn't just ordered a new Bosch washing machine.

Only downside is no delay function.
Hot deal but only 6KG?
I'd rather wait for the new Siemens IQ700 one to drop in price.
ptdborth

SA - Swansea and surrounding area, SY - most of mid wales..

SY covers a large area, including parts of England. and Wales. Looks like they don't really know much about postal locations.
We had a miele for 17 years, and apart from the brushes in the motor being changed once it never gave a days problem. We gave it away to some friends because we thought it was about to die, so we bought a replacement 6 years ago. The replacement has never had a problem and guess what.....

The old one is still going for our friends! 23 years old, noisy bearings, bit squeaky, but still does everything asked of it. Got to pack up soon...

The reason they give a 10 year warranty is because, with the odd exceptions, they do not expect you to need their services. The motors in these are the same ones in some of their commercial machines and they have an expected lifecycle of 20,000 to 30,000 washes.

Personally, cannot recommend them enough. Same with their vacuum cleaners. Our experience has been fantastic.
Hmm. Not convinced this is worth the money myself.
Firstly, I don't want a machine to last over 10 years - styles change and it will be looking old and out-dated.
Secondly, this seems a lot of money for a machine that only spins to 1300rpm
I admit I looked closely at the Miele range but eventually bought a decent Bosch WAS32461 for £550 incl delivery and at the moment there is a £100 cashback deal direct with Bosch making it a mighty decent purchase for a A+++ machine spinning at 1600 (massive different to drying costs when using a tumble dryer).
My last Bosch lasted me 8 years and was only then replaced becasue my wife accidentally added a paperback book to the wash and it clogged up every part of drum and the piping and drain pipe. It was written off when I was quoted 4 hours labour over the phone.
Working it out as a cost per year, the last one cost me £40/year for an average of 10 washes per week.
Not voting cold as this is surely a good price but not for me but not hot either
Swings and roundabouts I guess
Edited by: "dca860" 10th Apr 2012
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dca860

Hmm. Not convinced this is worth the money myself.Firstly, I don't want a … Hmm. Not convinced this is worth the money myself.Firstly, I don't want a machine to last over 10 years - styles change and it will be looking old and out-dated.Secondly, this seems a lot of money for a machine that only spins to 1300rpmI admit I looked closely at the Miele range but eventually bought a decent Bosch WAS32461 for £550 incl delivery and at the moment there is a £100 cashback deal direct with Bosch making it a mighty decent purchase for a A+++ machine spinning at 1600 (massive different to drying costs when using a tumble dryer). My last Bosch lasted me 8 years and was only then replaced becasue my wife accidentally added a paperback book to the wash and it clogged up every part of drum and the piping and drain pipe. It was written off when I was quoted 4 hours labour over the phone.Working it out as a cost per year, the last one cost me £40/year for an average of 10 washes per week.Not voting cold as this is surely a good price but not for me but not hot eitherSwings and roundabouts I guess



Very fair comment! Have to say I'd be a lot more familiar with Bosch than Miele (as i've never owned one) and they are generally great machines. I think the thing that makes this such a great deal is the warranty and the peace of mind it gives. Like you say it's not for everyone but Miele must have some confidence in this machine to give away such a comprehensive warranty with this product!
weve had the meile 4446 for about 5.5 years now and cant fault it - its big and wasnt cheap £900 - rrp £1300) but it was regarded as the best non commercial washing you can getreevoo.com/p/m…wps


obviously you can buy it now

Oh, and this new hotuk site is AWFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Edited by: "royals" 10th Apr 2012

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littel helper

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where can you go to make your feeling known?
flyingflea

Best buy according to Which magazine (74%). I'd have bought this if I … Best buy according to Which magazine (74%). I'd have bought this if I hadn't just ordered a new Bosch washing machine.Only downside is no delay function.



A trick shown to me by an engineer years ago. Assuming that you have access to where the w/m is plugged in to the mains, use a plug in timer switch - about £10 - and plug the w/m in to this. Set the timer for when you want the w/m to run - used to set ours to use cheap leccy at night. Once the timer is all set up and the w/m plugged in, flick the timer to ON, switch the w/m to run for 20secs and then flick the timer to OFF. When it gets to the time that you wanted, the w/m will kick in and run its complete cycle. Make sure that you have set the OFF on the timer late enough for the w/m to run its full cycle.
I have used this for years on both a Miele w/m and dishwasher without problem. In fact I checvked with Miele years ago before buying their w/m that it would work on this and they confirmed. Saves about £100 over buying a similar w/m with a timer :-).
Go for it!
Saintledger



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