Samsung Ecobubble Washer Dryer 8kg/5kg - at Hughes Direct - £566.39 delivered (£547.36 with TCB)
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Samsung Ecobubble Washer Dryer 8kg/5kg - at Hughes Direct - £566.39 delivered (£547.36 with TCB)

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Found 19th Nov 2013
A great price for a great washer dryer, good for those that don't have the space for seperate machines.

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5 year parts & labour warranty from Samsung too!

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don't a lot of the Samsung ones come with a 10 year warranty on the motor? do you know if this comes with it too as I can't find mention of it on the site

Normal price for this model and...

We bought this from Applicances Online a few months ago and we wouldn't recommend it for the following reasons:
1. The Power ON/OFF button works in child-clock mode!!!, which defies the point. Once a child turns it off, it starts the program from scratch when turned ON again.
2. The cloths comes half-wet, even after hours of drying.
3. Only one program takes the full load of 8kg. Most programs that normal people use are 2-3kg max, and 1-2 programs are 5kg.

Despite several calls and arguments with ApplicancesOnline and Samsung, neither of them want to admit that the above is false-advertising nor they want to take it back for a refund. A Samsung engineer even came to check the dryer, as we thought it might be a faulty one hence the half-wet cloths, and he said this is normal for washer/dryers, which of course is NOT because we've had a few other washer/dryers before. Even our 2nd-hand Beko that we paid £80 for dryed a lot better than this.

My advice is, download the manual, read it, then decide if it suits you or not.

refaey

Normal price for this model and...We bought this from Applicances Online … Normal price for this model and...We bought this from Applicances Online a few months ago and we wouldn't recommend it for the following reasons:1. The Power ON/OFF button works in child-clock mode!!!, which defies the point. Once a child turns it off, it starts the program from scratch when turned ON again.2. The cloths comes half-wet, even after hours of drying.3. Only one program takes the full load of 8kg. Most programs that normal people use are 2-3kg max, and 1-2 programs are 5kg.Despite several calls and arguments with ApplicancesOnline and Samsung, neither of them want to admit that the above is false-advertising nor they want to take it back for a refund. A Samsung engineer even came to check the dryer, as we thought it might be a faulty one hence the half-wet cloths, and he said this is normal for washer/dryers, which of course is NOT because we've had a few other washer/dryers before. Even our 2nd-hand Beko that we paid £80 for dryed a lot better than this.My advice is, download the manual, read it, then decide if it suits you or not.



Thanks for sharing your experience. Downloading the manual beforehand is really good advice.

Did Samsung provide an explanation for why the maximum load is reserved for one programme? Recently bought a washing machine that limits its highest settings too, so perhaps it's common practice?

Anyway, this washing machine looks great. The idea of Ecobubbles is a bit

Original Poster

Yes, it's a 10 year warranty on the motor, 5 years on everything else (you need to go on the Samsung website and upload your invoice to get the 5 year warranty)
I know most washer dryers aren't great at drying, I've heard that this one is better than most, only beaten by the like of AEG, Miele and the most expensive BOSCH.
Anyway, mine is coming on Monday so will update here how well it dries.

hmm my zanussi which is now five years old dries really well I've never had half wet clothes come out. half a load for an hour and perfectly dry, or is that too long in your opinion? I just need a bigger drum as I'm constantly washing clothes for a family of six.
didn't realise that you could only put more clothes on certain settings, I use a 60 degrees wash on cottons for practically everything, can you confirm which setting you can do a full load on, thanks.

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refaey

Normal price for this model and...We bought this from Applicances Online … Normal price for this model and...We bought this from Applicances Online a few months ago and we wouldn't recommend it for the following reasons:1. The Power ON/OFF button works in child-clock mode!!!, which defies the point. Once a child turns it off, it starts the program from scratch when turned ON again.2. The cloths comes half-wet, even after hours of drying.3. Only one program takes the full load of 8kg. Most programs that normal people use are 2-3kg max, and 1-2 programs Despite several calls and arguments with ApplicancesOnline and Samsung, neither of them want to admit that the above is false-advertising nor they want to take it back for a refund. A Samsung engineer even came to check the dryer, as we thought it might be a faulty one hence the half-wet cloths, and he said this is normal for washer/dryers, which of course is NOT because we've had a few other washer/dryers before. Even our 2nd-hand Beko that we paid £80 for dryed a lot better than this.My advice is, download the manual, read it, then decide if it suits you or not.





Always good to see a user review rather than blind posting. Thanx.

Sorry to butt in, but there is a slightly better price available - Samsung WD806U4SAGD at Tribal UK for £559.55 ( and lower still with TCB).
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