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Miele TKB640 T1 Heat Pump Tumble Dryer £749 @ Miele
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On clearance direct with Miele with free delivery and install included. £200 cheaper than other retailers including John Lewis. Newer model has identical specs except a marginall… Read more
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Gone now.

I've just looked at the instruction model for the dryer I have. Hotpoint (must have been the last one that was a Hoover that they replaced First Edition FETV 60).

The manual says a full dry time is 107mins. As anyone who has one of these dryers knows if you left it on this long the clothes would be on fire or 1/4 of the size. Makes me wonder if the manufactures are playing silly beggars to encourage people to go for Heat Pump as 107mins is almost double the amount of time a full load actually takes.

sisyphus13 h, 12 m ago

Thanks, I’ve gone for one. My old vented Bosch died some time ago, and I …Thanks, I’ve gone for one. My old vented Bosch died some time ago, and I’ve been struggling on without a dryer, waiting for an offer like this.I’d just like to make a slight correction, energy consumption figures are given in kilowatt hours (kWh). Watts is a measure of instantaneous energy, also called power. To get energy you have to multiply this by time. I’m mentioning this just in case the figure you’ve given for your Hoover dryer is in fact in Watts and is therefore the maximum power it can draw from the wall socket and not the energy consumption per load.To compare figures for the energy consumption per load, you also have to compare each dryer’s full load. If you look at the Miele T 8722, which appears to be Miele’s only current domestic vented model, that has an energy consumption per load of 4.01kWh. That’s over 80% more than the figure you’ve given for your basic Hoover dryer. However, the full load for the Miele T 8722 is 7kg. If the full load of your Hoover dryer is only 4kg, around 80% less, that would give them approximately equal efficiencies.The full load for the Miele TKB 640 WP Eco is 8kg. So, that’s potentially twice the load for that 12% less energy. Of course, these figures don’t give you values for partial loads. A half-load should use roughly half the energy, but it won’t be exactly half the energy and could be a quite a bit more. For very light loads, the efficiency will be much worse. Imagine drying a single pair of socks in any sort of electric dryer. Ok, Japan briefly flirted with microwave clothes dryers, and they can efficiently dry a single pair of particularly small socks.You can think of heat pump (in German Wärmepumpe, hence the WP in the product name) technology as being to the old vented dryer as LED light bulbs are to their old incandescent counterparts.


Thank you for the the input it is appreciated. For reference My Hoover dryer is a 6kg model, and often gets overfilled as the washing machine is a 8kg model. It manages to dry whatever I put in, and dries in 60mins. This isn't a fluke either, as the original dryer I had (which was recalled due to fire safety) had same performance even after 8 years. If I do a half load (half of my washing machine so 4kg)the dryer goes on for 40mins.

I am assuming the max my dryer can use in kwh based on it being a 60min dry is 2.2KWH. This still leads to feel we are being mislead by manufactures slightly that we wont save very much having a heat pump dryer.

I thought the Miele used equiv. of 1.9kWh total for it's 2 hour spin using up to 1,100w, this compares to my total of 2.2kWh (which as you point out maybe a little lower) for it's full spin of 1 hour at 2,200w
Edited by: "gary333" 29th Sep

sisyphus12 h, 47 m ago

You can think of heat pump (in German Wärmepumpe, hence the WP in the …You can think of heat pump (in German Wärmepumpe, hence the WP in the product name) technology as being to the old vented dryer as LED light bulbs are to their old incandescent counterparts.


Not really though.

LED bulbs come on immediately, and light the room just as well (or better) than old school light bulbs, saving you 80% energy.

By contrast, Heat pump tumble dryers are far, FAR slower than regular machines, often taking 4 hours rather than 1 hour to dry a load. So other than saving energy they work worse than the old tech. And the savings in terms of energy are far less than LED vs Incandescent - between 25 and 50% rather than 80%.

I myself just bought currys.co.uk/gbu…tml for £379 + 2% quidco . I realise it's an inferior brand and so not a fair comparison, but even if the heat pump miele saves me 50% energy it'll take years to pay the difference. I'd rather buy the AEG, save the money now, and buy the future tech in say 2027 when it's had a chance to mature.

Thanks, I’ve gone for one. My old vented Bosch died some time ago, and I’ve been struggling on without a dryer, waiting for an offer like this.

gary3338 h, 33 m ago

I notice that this model says it uses approx 1,940 watts on a standard …I notice that this model says it uses approx 1,940 watts on a standard cotton full load. Anyone know if this is correct? My very basic Hoover vented dryer takes 60 mins to dry a full load and is rated at 2,200 watts. I know heat pump dryers are supposed to be more economical however based on the numbers above suggests I would only save 13% energy - so not very much.Anyone any ideas if this is a fair comparison?



I’d just like to make a slight correction, energy consumption figures are given in kilowatt hours (kWh). Watts is a measure of instantaneous energy, also called power. To get energy you have to multiply this by time. I’m mentioning this just in case the figure you’ve given for your Hoover dryer is in fact in Watts and is therefore the maximum power it can draw from the wall socket and not the energy consumption per load.

To compare figures for the energy consumption per load, you also have to compare each dryer’s full load. If you look at the Miele T 8722, which appears to be Miele’s only current domestic vented model, that has an energy consumption per load of 4.01kWh. That’s over 80% more than the figure you’ve given for your basic Hoover dryer. However, the full load for the Miele T 8722 is 7kg. If the full load of your Hoover dryer is only 4kg, around 80% less, that would give them approximately equal efficiencies.

The full load for the Miele TKB 640 WP Eco is 8kg. So, that’s potentially twice the load for that 12% less energy. Of course, these figures don’t give you values for partial loads. A half-load should use roughly half the energy, but it won’t be exactly half the energy and could be a quite a bit more. For very light loads, the efficiency will be much worse. Imagine drying a single pair of socks in any sort of electric dryer. Ok, Japan briefly flirted with microwave clothes dryers, and they can efficiently dry a single pair of particularly small socks.

You can think of heat pump (in German Wärmepumpe, hence the WP in the product name) technology as being to the old vented dryer as LED light bulbs are to their old incandescent counterparts.
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Miele online shop - Pack of 8 Hyclean dustbags plus 1 HA50 Hepa filter £20.99 including delivery
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This seemed quite a good deal to me as the HA50 Hepa filter included normally retails for about £15 - £20 alone. Amazon are currently selling the filter alone for £20.49 - https://… Read more

thanks

cracking price, i'm down to my last bag as well so perfect timing.

Pack of 4 dustbags are £7.99 at Amazon

So the Hepa filter works out at £5 when purchased from Miele
Miele Outlet Abingdon - refurbished/shop soiled Miele appliances  @ £££ off
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Examples: Compact C2 Hardfloor Ecoline £58 (unused but damaged box) from £120, or £50 in 'C' grade (refurbished) G4920 BK dishwasher £365.39 (display model) WDA101 washing mach… Read more

seriously, get yourself to John Lewis in person, clearance section, which is usually cancelled orders, some of the top name appliances at crazy reduced prices 30, 40, 50% off AEG, Bosch, Samsung, etc. includes full warranty (usual two years or more from John Lewis), and free delivery... fitted our full kitchen out this way... saved serious money. They have more stock arriving regularly, so if you want something in particular... keep trying back each weekend...

certain days of the week they do not open, check first

Yes, you can get some great deals here, even better if you know someone who works in Management (_;)

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Info: https://www.miele.co.uk/domestic/outlet-2991.htm

Stocklist: shop.miele.co.uk/res…pdf (not live, call to confirm availability)
Miele Compact C2 EcoLine Plus Vacuum Cleaner £120 @ Miele
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Miele Compact C2 EcoLine Plus direct from Miele.co.uk This is the latest 'A' energy efficiency rated 700W compact model. Next cheapest place is around £160 http://pricespy.co.uk/… Read more
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This Miele C2 deal cannot be found for this price or even a similar price as stated in the deal. Therefore its a false advertisement.

nice

excellent vacuum cleaner, manage to get it for £100 about 6 months ago but this is a good price for it.
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miele dustbags and air filter bundled deal £24.99 @ miele shop
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I was shopping to get some more of these and happened to look at their site yesterday. No deals, but as if by magic, e-mail received from Miele today offering a continuation of th… Read more

nice find

Great find, have been looking for these for ages .Thank you

Tidester

exactly what i got them for twitwoo. Miele cat and dog turbo 5000. … exactly what i got them for twitwoo. Miele cat and dog turbo 5000. classy model!


Thanks Tidester - I'd add more heat, but don't think I'm allowed.

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exactly what i got them for twitwoo. Miele cat and dog turbo 5000. classy model!

Looks a good deal op - heat. Do you happen to know if these fit the cat + dog miele vacuum?
MIELE Genuine accessories (dustbags and filters) reduced from Miele
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Received email from Miele buy 2 dustbags for £15 delivered, usually £10.49 each. Air filters also discounted. Free delivery over £15. Offer lasts till end of September. Good discou… Read more

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Offer is not expired? Just click on "your text here" comment above and press red £ fir offer to work!

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Cant seem to post link, probably cos using tablet?
Your text here



Do you have a link? Just been on their site and there is no mention of the deals??
2 Packs of Genuine Miele dustbags £15 delivered @ miele
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Usually around £10 a pack for genuine miele dustbag packs (4 bags + 2 filters). GN and U packs also on same offer

not genuine but you can get 20 bags with 2 x 4 filters for £14.99 on ebay

Banned

Why do people buy machines with bags these days?

webrits

Instead you're enveloped in a cloud of dust when you empty it, which is … Instead you're enveloped in a cloud of dust when you empty it, which is more less, every time you use it. Well that's progress I guess!Sounds like you fell for Dysons marketing nonsense to me.... Miele all the way...


Really!!!!
Wow how do you get by in life then if you can't empty a dust canister into a bin bag without creating a cloud of dust..No wonder people like you are still spending a fortune on these bags!
Looks like the marketing men at Miele brainwashed all of you here who are still buying bags, but then again thats not to hard when you don't have half a brain!

No I've not sold anything since I was about 10 when we used to have jumble sales oO

Mrs F

I bought the Miele S2111 last year and it smoked within a month so … I bought the Miele S2111 last year and it smoked within a month so returned and swapped for a different model but now stuck with two boxes of the bags which I can't return as one box was opened and 1 taken out !!



tried selling them on ebay or on here
miele dustbags : 2 packs  for £15 and use promocode for extra 20% off for £12 (JAVBC20)
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Had an email for this offer saying the dust bags are 2 for £15 , individual packs are £10.49 .When reached the checkout it will give you a promo code JAVBC20 for an additional 20 … Read more

Still a valid deal and discount code - many thanks OP

At £6 per box these are the cheapest OEM Miele bags you'll find.

It seems the Hyclean 3D efficiency version bags (also on the Miele web site at £10.49 for 4 before the 20% saving) will replace them which is probably why they are discounted now.

I've stocked up. My Cat and Dog Miele (I don't even have a cat or dog) has been running for 11 years now, all that's gone wrong is the tools cover hinge is broken. The other Miele I have is 15 years old and still going strong. Dyson owners don't know what they're missing.

Managed to get hold of a refurbished Miele S8310 Power Plus today for £99, looks like brand new, direct from the Abingdon outlet They didn't have any bags left though. Used this deal to buy 4 packs - great price for OEM. Thanks for the heads up.

Hot, same price as unbranded...ordered two lots for two different vacuums - thank you

Fantastic value.
Excellent service.
Fast delivery..
HOT HOT HOT!!!
Miele S7210 upright vacuum cleaner £200 @ Miele (official online shop)
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Miele upright vacuum for only £200. (in Yellow.) These usually retail for about £300 but have recently come down in price with a couple of retailers including John Lewis - the offi… Read more

I have the pet version of this, wow, beats everything else I have tried. The suction is brilliant leaves stripes on your carpet! The Sebo Felix comes a close second but doesn't have half the tools of the Miele.

Have some heat

These are the dogs as far as vacs go. - I didn't used to think so, but when you know you know.

great deal, considering the black one is £300, will work great on my 1970's carpet.

Great vacuum cleaner had ours two years now! Sounds like a small aircraft though! Got mine for £150 when comet went bust!
free 10 yr Warranty on all Miele Washing machines
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Until the end of April, get the parts and labour warranty on all miele washing machines extended to TEN years at no cost - you can buy the machine at any dealer - doesn't have to b… Read more

therealslimkaty

After my 12 yr old indesit died, I bought a Hotpoint via a thread on … After my 12 yr old indesit died, I bought a Hotpoint via a thread on here, four years ago. It looks good as new and works perfectly. The cost of both together come to £300, I'll stick with my "cheap lashed together" machines. Not slagging off Miele here, just the snobs who think anything less is rubbish.




spot on mate...........what i like is those that tell u their life story..........and the Miele is such a good looker... i would put it in the pantry
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Cheney!

Not really...this is a Miele NOT a lesser brand






Get u.............a bit of a snob

mas99

I've got a newish (2 yr old) miele washer, but I have to say that the … I've got a newish (2 yr old) miele washer, but I have to say that the quality isn't as good as it used to be. I've also got a 15yr old miele dishwasher which is built to a better standard.Somebody pointed out the ISE machines - I used to have one of these but under the original brand name of Asko (swedish company) and it was a better machine than my current miele washer. I think ISE just rebadge for the UK market - I wasn't aware of them when I bought our current washer and Asko had stopped selling in the UK.



The ISE (Independant service engineers) Are indeed made in the same factory as the ASKO ...the company is based in the UK and the machines are built to the ISE spec ...it is NOT rebadged the build quality is superb and equaly important the cost of spare parts is much much more realistic than the Miele. it seems to me that Miele have started to compete with a slightly lower end and are producing machines at lower prices, in my honest opinion that is a BIG mistake. In reply to those who accuse Miele owners of "Snobery" you may also consider how your buy it now chuck it out three years later machine actualy does it's job? Miele wash performance has always been superb .....ISE is better and should it ONLY last for ten years it has cost you £1.92 per week. The ISE is a huge outlay and not everyone can afford that..........look for a second hand miele! far far better than a new ...pretty much anything else!

briview

Does anyone know if the end of April deadline applies to purchase or … Does anyone know if the end of April deadline applies to purchase or delivery date? I've looked in all the T&Cs I can find but there is no mention of it.ThanksBrian



Just rang up Miele and they told me it's the purchase date, you have 28 days to fill in the form and get it to them.

Does anyone know if the end of April deadline applies to purchase or delivery date? I've looked in all the T&Cs I can find but there is no mention of it.

Thanks

Brian
Miele S7210 Bagged Upright Vacuum Cleaner £159.99 (RPP£270) /argos +  free 10 years warranty on miele.co.uk
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One of the best upright vacuum cleaners (better than Dyson). Very limited stock in Argos but good potential for price-match (price match from Currys take the price down for anoth… Read more
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Confidence or build the warranty into the RRP?


Well I feel that is a little unfair, though clearly quality has a cost.

I was referring to the claim Dyson are superior by making the point about warranties.If you check Dyson's RRP (for upright vacuums - exclude clearance models) below you will see that only two are slightly cheaper, two are the same price and five cost more. As they don't have a 10 year warranty then it doesn't seem fair to suggest Miele build the warranty cost in.

There are opinions and facts, I was trying to stick with facts and for the RRP (as you wish to refer to) - most dysons cost more and have a much shorter warranty.

See the official Dyson site here:
dyson.co.uk/sto…asp

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blackrat62

Dyson don't have the confidence to offer a free 10 year warranty on their … Dyson don't have the confidence to offer a free 10 year warranty on their products - FACT



Confidence or build the warranty into the RRP?

Dyson don't have the confidence to offer a free 10 year warranty on their products - FACT

Don't buy into the hype, may be good build quality but doesn't function as well as a Dyson, FACT!

Springerbhoy

OOS, did anyone fine one?



Yes I did fine one £100 but it hasnt paid up yet.
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Free 10 year warranty on Miele S7 model upright vacuum cleaners
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Just purchased a Miele S7260 Cat & Dog upright vacuum from Very for bargain price of £169. Resisted Very's attempts to sell me a 4 year warranty for £88. Checked the Miele w… Read more

How come their warranties say "Excludes Northern Ireland". Surely that is some form of discrimination? Feckers!

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SubaruWRX

Sure this was standard warranty if you registered on Miele site, it was … Sure this was standard warranty if you registered on Miele site, it was when I bought my S5261. It says £30 on the site and in the box paperwork but seem to remember it then says free when you actually go on the site to do it. Very pleased with my S5, great bit of kit and I don't even have any cats or dogs, just bought it because it comes top in the reviews.



Standard warranty is 2 years. Some retailers sell with a 5 year and if you buy the vacuum direct from Miele they have some offers where they include a 5 year warranty and 4 boxes of spare bags.

10 years seems to be a great deal but with Miele reliability good chance I will never need it!

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dundy

How did you get this price....is shows £299 on their website



I did do a post in the deal section when I bought it but it only reached a paltry 14 degrees of heat!

Very had slashed the price to £199 (don't know when they reduced price but I purchased on 23rd December as my old Dyson gave up the ghost that day) so I opened a credit account and used a £30 off first credit account purchase of £100 voucehr code to get it reduced to £169 plus £3.95 delivery.

I think price went back up straight after Christmas. I guess I was just very lucky.

Had to return first machine as it had a bent pin on the plug. However took delivery of replacement yesterday. The replacement was delivered free of charge.

How did you get this price....is shows £299 on their website

Sure this was standard warranty if you registered on Miele site, it was when I bought my S5261. It says £30 on the site and in the box paperwork but seem to remember it then says free when you actually go on the site to do it. Very pleased with my S5, great bit of kit and I don't even have any cats or dogs, just bought it because it comes top in the reviews.
Miele S2110 Lotus White Vacuum Cleaner £129.95 From Mieledirect with Free P+P
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Top Quality with reliability and the cheapest i've came across delivered Special offer on discontinued model, while stocks last. The entry level S2 cylinder cleaner provides excell… Read more
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It's not even the same one!!

just realised this is quite an old post ooops

Its got a bag aaaarrrghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh !!!
Free 10 or 5 Year Warranty On Selected Washing Machines, 10 year Warranty on Vacuum Cleaners for £30 @ Miele
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I know they are expensive but Miele make quality appliances that win an array of Which Best Buys. Free 10 year parts and labour on following models. W 3240 W 3985 WPS W 5740 W 5… Read more

just bought a miele wm from gilmans appliances, it was cheaper than john lewis - i could have it same day - and they gave me £100 off for my old one which included my collecting it as they didnt have to deliver - and 5 year warranty. It is bloody heavy compared to my bosch which started smoking and sparking after 6 years - couldnt be bothered to even pay the call out charge once i saw water all over the inside of machine.

The miele dishwasher has been ok - had it about 6 years - one call out (screw fell off catch!)

Bosch tumble had no probs 10+ yrs old, but the worst appliance was the siemens fridge freezer - constant problems!

As for vacuum cleaners - the henry has lasted longer than others - and dyson gets so much bad press from friends havent even tried!

Bag or no bag? Well some people like apples and some like pears. Vive la difference. Remember the original deal? Ten year warranty for hoovers (£30) and washers (free)? HOT!

We've had our Dyson hoover 4 years and it needed servicing a couple of months back. It cost £75. I have no complaints about that, it has worked hard, the bloke came to our house and did a good job, it needed loads of new parts, etc. But if we need another service in another 4 years that will be another £75. This Miele offer covers you for 10 years and is only £30. How can that be anything other than hot.

BTW...

bonzobanana

Modern Miele vacuums have been known to fail with burnt out motors just … Modern Miele vacuums have been known to fail with burnt out motors just after the warranty period.


If I bought one of these with a 10 year warranty for an extra £30 and it died on the 1st day of the 11th year, obviously I would curse my luck, but I really don't think I would feel cheated.

megalomaniac

You realise they all do that? Hell Siemens, Bosch, Neff etc. are all the … You realise they all do that? Hell Siemens, Bosch, Neff etc. are all the same company but their different products aren't made to the same spec or even in the same place, e.g. Bosch Classix range of washers and their Logixx range are made in and entirely different countries. Just because Siemens makes refrigerators for Miele doesn't mean they're the same as the Siemens branded ones.



Miele didn't use to badge engineer or outsource production and they are family owned still and not part of any other large industrial group. I'm sure many on this forum wouldn't expect to buy an expensive Miele product and expect to find 'Made in Turkey' on it.

You only have to read the post above about a dire Miele refrigerator to realise they are not a good product. Modern Miele vacuums have been known to fail with burnt out motors just after the warranty period. The washing machines still seem to have a good reputation though and I guess they are still made in germany with hiqh quality components.

I don't like my Dyson, I'm on my third now. One (the ball) wouldn't even work properly on my carpet and the guy from head office came out to try it himself. So I can't have the ball! The hose has broken in the other 2 Dysons. Before bought this one, I bought a Vax to try that. Hated it as was too heavy, so it went to charity shop (only 3 weeks old too).

I'm put off Miele by the bags as I've not had to bother with that for so long (do they do bagless models). Wish someone would recommend a bagless cleaner that has good strong suction and is reliable.

Edit: Just read the Miele reviews on Comet and they all say it's heavy, so I wouldn't buy one.

Hopefully that's something they've fixed with the more recent models. They've come on in leaps and bounds since the DC01 I can tell you!
Miele free 10 year and 5 Year Warranties on Washing Machines, Vacuums and Dishwashers
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Its not widely advertised in the shops but miele have their promotion on again for the free extended warranties. Note you MUST apply for the warranty and purchase your machine with… Read more

i got a Miele Prestige Plus from the comet clearence. I spoke to miele before buying it and they said cause i am buying it from comet and not ebay it would be covered. When you buy from the clearence site they send you a receipt out and it doesn't mention a auction it just shows the original price - a discount.

i have sent my receipt off will let you know how i get on. the above washing machine falls under the 5 year warranty i picked the washing machine up for £390 with postage which i was happy to pay

Sorry missed out a bit..........

You know these consumer mags rate appliances on which make they are,they should rate them on which company actually sold them to you,if they broke down or needed repair before it should have been expected......that would make interesting reading.

Think I'll add my tuppence to this thread;-)

I have a Meile dishwasher,used it perhaps 20 or 30 times in 18months since new(no ex warranty) and it broke down,contacted Meile, they sent an engineer out at a cost of £55 ,who informed me the motor was kaput and would cost about or more than a new dishwasher to fix,I politely declined his kind offer.
Looked at the Meile website,which says "our dishwashers typically last 20 odd years or 15000 washes"explained to Meile about my experience,they sent the same bloke back to repair it on xmas eve for no extra charge,and fair enough it's been ok since then,touch wood.

Someone mentioned on this thread about a warranty being less bother,sure but it depends........
If you purchase a warranty for an appliance(in my case a washing machine for 5 years).
If the company use contractors i.e. farm the repairs out,you better hope the contractors find the fault in 2 goes otherwise the makers won't honour it,as happened with me(they said the repairers should have diagnosed the fault earlier)and I became the piggy in the middle.........the company I'm talking about makes some top rated mobiles now apparently;-)

You know these consumer mags rate appliances on which make they are,they should rate them on which company actually sold them to you......that would make interesting reading.

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Danegerous - Did you get any clarity from Miele about the clearance centre products ?

I have just registered for my 2nd year with them direct. I am going to chance it with the 5 yr warranty.

Incidentally I bought mine from the comet clearance store and not the rubbish online auction site.

Ali

The Miele Prestige Plus is not in the 10 year promotion. The models in the promotion are only: W4144 WPS, W4446 WPS, W4449 WPS, W3985 WPS.

I have used all the price comparison sites I am familiar with but found no eye catching affordable prices.

Several things I have read have urged people to avoid Comet Clearance. I have heard mixed reviews, it sounds like it’s luck of the draw. However, I don’t think Miele will honour their 10 year guarantee for auctions. You bid final price on Comet Clearance so it is not included in the promotion. If I could get one off Comet Clearance for £250 I would be over the moon but prices seem to go way above this….

If I was buying it with just 5 year warranty I may as well go for a Siemens Washing Machine which currently comes with 5 year guarantee for 2/3 of the price. Although I really do want a Miele.

I thought it would be really good if someone could find a good deal for a Miele Washing Machine and also take advantage of 10 year guarantee promotion.

I know Dixons, Empire Direct have codes regularly. I know Comet (or Currys?) had a code for Miele products around 2 months ago. Also, not sure if certain suppliers offer a lot of cashback to lower the price? I’ve never used Quidco

If I don’t find anything now I might wait until the summer (lighter nights so people aint scanning the web thus sales go down) and hope the 10 year promotion is on then. Miele appear to be running this promotion often now.

I just rang up Comet Clearance and they said their items are not eligible for this Miele promotion, regardless if it is a new item (which is cosmetically damaged). I have emailed Miele for some clarity.

They still have good deals though because they are half the price from any other supplier and the machines are still built to last. They only come with 12 months guarantee and don’t deliver outside of Scotland.
Free 10 year and 5 year warranties on Miele Washing Machines & Dishwashers
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I just bought a Miele 5962 for £1200 with the 10 year warranty, I expect it to last 20 years. People that don't gey why they cost so much so do their research, these are for people who want the best and are prepared to pay for it.
My last BOSCH jumped about at 1000rpm but this is still at 1600rpm and I can watch TV without shutting all the doors.
Well recommended of you can afford it.

paul.jacobs

All hotpoints come with a 5 year parts guarantee - My hotpoint was … All hotpoints come with a 5 year parts guarantee - My hotpoint was leaking from the tray, had 4 engineers out and finally a senior engineer who ended up just raising the legs on the front of the machine. I felt a bit of a fool but 4 other engineers missed the problem. The service was very good and as I bought it from John Lewis the labour is free for 2 yearsBuy from John Lewis if you are looking for an appliance - highly reccomended - use quido as well


i have a hoover that has had a leaky tray for years - its the reason i am byuing a new one... could it really be the solution just by raising the front feet!? will pm you too!!!

All hotpoints come with a 5 year parts guarantee - My hotpoint was leaking from the tray, had 4 engineers out and finally a senior engineer who ended up just raising the legs on the front of the machine. I felt a bit of a fool but 4 other engineers missed the problem. The service was very good and as I bought it from John Lewis the labour is free for 2 years

Buy from John Lewis if you are looking for an appliance - highly reccomended - use quido as well

iglimpse

Was not criticising the deal, it is a good one and worth pointing out the … Was not criticising the deal, it is a good one and worth pointing out the added bonus. I used to spend a lot for more reliable machines e.g AEG. Just wanted to point out another option.I bought the indesit WA111 from john lewis, 2 yr gtee. Very basic, surprisingly quiet, well pleased


i just got an indesit 1400 spin speed latest model for £135... hope it lasts a good couple of years!

bagofjuice

There's no doubt a Miele isn't right for everyone. But if we're staying … There's no doubt a Miele isn't right for everyone. But if we're staying on topic, the deal is only about free 5 and 10 year warranties on offer. If you're already after a Miele, then here you go...



Was not criticising the deal, it is a good one and worth pointing out the added bonus. I used to spend a lot for more reliable machines e.g AEG. Just wanted to point out another option.

I bought the indesit WA111 from john lewis, 2 yr gtee. Very basic, surprisingly quiet, well pleased