SAMSUNG ECOBUBBLE 8KG 1400 spin speed washing machine £330.48 @ AMAZON
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SAMSUNG ECOBUBBLE 8KG 1400 spin speed washing machine £330.48 @ AMAZON

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Found 8th Jan 2012
I just picked up this washing machine for what i think is a really bargain price and amazon deliver for free. The next cheapest price i could find was £459 and it has apparently retailed for £650 in the past.

It gets good reviews and its high ranking on energy efficiency.

There were only 10 left in stock at the time i ordered. I think these will go fast!
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Thanks for posting. I've added the price to the title
I need a washing machine tempted with this but not sure how samsung compares with usual boys
scores highly on the which? website but you need to be a member to see the reviews.

Great find OP. Here are a few Customer reviews

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scores highly on the which? website but you need to be a member to see … scores highly on the which? website but you need to be a member to see the reviews.


And some more: Here

Edited by: "Headingley_Lad" 8th Jan 2012
Cheaper than near identical (and possibly identical) model at Bargain Crazy last week.

Hot price for me.

Great technology in these and the benefit of a relatively huge load.
nice, shame i dont need one, although i have a yellow stain on mine and i dont for the life of me know where its from as i dont smoke or anything, its bugging me to hell , tried everything to remove it only a year old as well.

I dont personally like white if it was another colour probably buy it to replace it
Better to buy a Bosch, Siemens for known reliability.

Or for genuine technology one of the Panasonic G or X range.

The Samsung ones are just gimmick, not very good washers.
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Better to buy a Bosch, Siemens for known reliability.Or for genuine … Better to buy a Bosch, Siemens for known reliability.Or for genuine technology one of the Panasonic G or X range.The Samsung ones are just gimmick, not very good washers.



And your basing that on what?
The last washer we had was a Samsung and was still going strong after 8years, we only changed because it was starting to leak and we got a good deal on a new Samsung washer and dryer .
Read the reviews, they are a world away from the likes of hotpoint.
I've got a samsung washer dryer, had it nearly 3 years , used daily and not one problem, fantastic quality with diamon drum technology, stops clothes getting bobbles. Been cheap to run even being a dryer
I was gonna buy a Samsung a few months ago but after reading some reviews about some having door closing problems I bought a Bosch which was cheaper at £296 and had 4 year warranty.
bought the panasonic last week as it comes with a 5 year warranty going in blind with that model/make. fed up with hot point. Awaiting delivery, this looks good though & looks sexier than the panasonic for sure!
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I recently bought a Samsung washing machine - predecessor to this one I think, before they brought out the eco-bubble machines. 10 year warranty on the direct drive motor, 5 years on everything else. Has a ceramic heater so that it doesn't get build-up of limescale, and helps keep it energy efficient. Great wash results, and BIG drum. Not easy to get excited about white goods - but new sammy appliances are the bees knees. Wanted to get a matching tumble dryer, but had to go german in the end to get something energy efficient with a heat pump (bosch). Sammy much nicer to use, and on a par with the Bosch, if not slightly better build.
I bought a Samsung Silver Nano machine a few years ago. Extremely noisy pump on it. I should've sent it back but it worked and I couldn't be bothered organising someone to come and sort it. Wish I had now, the pump has packed in after 3-4 years and it's not worth repairing. In the market for a cheap Beko. If I'm going to have to replace washing machines after 3-4 years of light use, I may as well buy cheap.
We bought this exact model from Currys 1-2 months ago for £450 ish (on discount) and had it fitted/installed however it didnt actually fit because the dimensions dont mention that there's a huge bump at the back. The machine was sticking out by 3inches so we returned and exchange it after 3 weeks.

To comment on the machine itself, we did actually use it for those 3 weeks and with my previous experience in using Samsung washing machines in flats, this is by far the best washing ive ever had. It's quiet, quick, loads of settings to tailor your clothes and the Eco bubble thing actually works (after 3-4 washes). The clothes come out smelling fresh and totally dry and if you add on the option for easy iron, trust me shirts iron like a dream. Only one jab is the amount of cleaning/maintenance to do monthly however it shouldn't take too long and well worth it if you want it to last long.

Shame now that we have a Beko wm which fits in the spot, but it is decent enough.
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