Samsung Adwash WW80K 8kg Smart Control Washing Machine (with code ADDWASH50 + TCB) £566 @ Currys
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Samsung Adwash WW80K 8kg Smart Control Washing Machine (with code ADDWASH50 + TCB) £566 @ Currys

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Found 20th Mar 2016
Been on the lookout for a new washing machine after my trusted Bosch has started to play up after 12 years of faithful service and stumbled across this machine (expecting mine to be delivered this afternoon). Currently, £619.99 from the stated original selling price of £699.99, however, the curry's website states Free delivery, installation and recycling including a free wi-fi set up worth £50. Select installation & recycling at checkout and enter code ADDWASH50.

If you do not select the installation and recycling options and are competent to do those parts yourself then the discount code still works and takes £50 off bringing the total to £569.99 with free delivery (potentially £566 with topcashback).

This seems to be a fairly new model with the Addwash function, which I gather allows you to pause and add additional clothes through another hatch and also can be controlled via wifi through an IOS/Andriod app. I could only find one review which gave it a massive thumbs up 10/10 rating.

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You can pause and top up most machines. This new add wash is a useless gimmick.

checkley73

You can pause and top up most machines. This new add wash is a useless … You can pause and top up most machines. This new add wash is a useless gimmick.



This machine lets you do it even if it is full of water ... so it is different.

My old nan had a machine 40 years ago that allowed you to add clothes even when the machine was full of water, it was a top loader.

Bighare

This machine lets you do it even if it is full of water ... so it is … This machine lets you do it even if it is full of water ... so it is different.



The "add wash" door does seem a fairly pointless gimmick, which you would have to use an awful lot to justify the extra cost over cancelling and restarting the wash on a cheaper conventional machine.

And don't Panasonic washing machines with a tilted drum allow you to do that too, although I think the main advantages of their tilted drum was supposed to be easier loading and less water use.

Even with my conventional washing machine, on the programmes I use the most, the water level is typically low enough that you could add washing if it wasn't for the thermal door lock which takes several minutes to disengage after you cut the power.
Edited by: "melted" 20th Mar 2016

Does this "Smart Android App" load and unload the washing?

Bighare

This machine lets you do it even if it is full of water ... so it is … This machine lets you do it even if it is full of water ... so it is different.



No it isn't. Most machines will let you pause and top up during the wash cycle. With the exception of wool washes the water level doesn't exceed the base of the door on modern machines. Unlikely you'll need to add to a wool wash and if you did a jumper wouldn't fit through the tiny window on this machine.

My Bosch is 6 years old and has this feature. Typical Samsung trying to sell you a pup. Just like eco bubble, another 'invention' to solve a problem that doesn't exist.

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