Samsung Ecobubble WD12F9C9U4W 12Kg / 8Kg Washer Dryer - £684 @ AO
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Samsung Ecobubble WD12F9C9U4W 12Kg / 8Kg Washer Dryer - £684 @ AO

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Found 19th Jul 2017
AO.com have the Samsung Ecobubble WD12F9C9U4W 12Kg / 8Kg Washer Dryer on sale for £899.00 HOWEVER if you phone them and tell them ApplianceElectronics have it for sale at £684.00 they will price match!
(applianceelectronics.co.uk/vie…asp?pid=9785)

Just ordered one and must say its a fantastic washer dryer.
Ignore the negative comments and reviews. If you actually read the instructions it has everything people say it doesn't. And believe me, the dryer is superb. Drys all my large wash loads in the time it decides first time. Never an issue with wet clothes.
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Had this for almost a year now and it's awesome! Even 12kg isn't close to a North American size, but being this is one of the largest sizes you can get I'm quite happy with it. Zero issues and dries even full loads of bed sheets perfectly.
Ignore the reviews that say the dryer takes forever......they're idiots..... the drying cycle adjusts itself based on the load. So it will start with a ridiculous number and go down to an hour or more.

Edit: I have the WD12J8400GW and I paid 980 just over a year ago with a discount. The screen just looks bigger on mine along with more washing options....but it's pretty much the same machine.
Edited by: "umirza85" 19th Jul 2017
Had our 9kg for about a year, heavy use, bearings still smooth. Unlike the previous Hotpoint that after a year of light use, sounded like a cement mixer on it's "cleaning cycle" full of rubble.
Why Pricematch at AO.com?
Is there a reason not to use applianceelectronics?
Currently £729 at applianceelectonics. Did you have a code?
Kinjak

Why Pricematch at AO.com?Is there a reason not to use … Why Pricematch at AO.com?Is there a reason not to use applianceelectronics?


AO will deliver nationally next day. ApplianceElcetronics can be a week before delivery
mabenson

Currently £729 at applianceelectonics. Did you have a code?


Price has now gone up
umirza8519th Jul

Had this for almost a year now and it's awesome! Even 12kg isn't close to …Had this for almost a year now and it's awesome! Even 12kg isn't close to a North American size, but being this is one of the largest sizes you can get I'm quite happy with it. Zero issues and dries even full loads of bed sheets perfectly. Ignore the reviews that say the dryer takes forever......they're idiots..... the drying cycle adjusts itself based on the load. So it will start with a ridiculous number and go down to an hour or more.Edit: I have the WD12J8400GW and I paid 980 just over a year ago with a discount. The screen just looks bigger on mine along with more washing options....but it's pretty much the same machine.

Does it have a 8kg wash and dry setting where you can wash and dry 8kg all in one go?

Thanks
KP201324th Aug

Does it have a 8kg wash and dry setting where you can wash and dry 8kg all …Does it have a 8kg wash and dry setting where you can wash and dry 8kg all in one go?Thanks


Not that I've noticed, and I don't think s...... though honestly I've never tried.
umirza857 h, 42 m ago

Not that I've noticed, and I don't think s...... though honestly I've …Not that I've noticed, and I don't think s...... though honestly I've never tried.




Thanks a lot for the reply.
I'm really inclined to get the WD12J8400GW.
Ita available for £905 now.

Has the machine got any known problems I should be aware of?

If you want to wash and dry a load of clothes at one go, can you set it all up and come back after a few hours to get the dry cloths?

Or do you need to wait for washing to finish and then add drying settings, to dry the clothes?

Thank you again
KP20137 h, 22 m ago

Thanks a lot for the reply.I'm really inclined to get the WD12J8400GW.Ita …Thanks a lot for the reply.I'm really inclined to get the WD12J8400GW.Ita available for £905 now.Has the machine got any known problems I should be aware of?If you want to wash and dry a load of clothes at one go, can you set it all up and come back after a few hours to get the dry cloths?Or do you need to wait for washing to finish and then add drying settings, to dry the clothes?Thank you again



Ive had zero issues with the machine and weve probably done around 5+ loads each week on it for quite a few months now.

One thing to note (and something im happy i read the reviews for) is that the machine is a little bit larger then your average machine, the depth is the main concern for some. I was building a custom kitchen and made sure to add a few inches to the place where my washer was going and it sits almost flush with the counter, most installs i've seen of this in an existing space the washer will stick out an inch or two.

I think you need to set it to dry manually after the wash ends as I dont see a wash and dry cycle unfortunately.

£905 is a great price for it, I wouldnt hesitate at that price.
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