SAMSUNG ecobubble WF90F5E5U4X Washing Machine - 9kg Five-year manufacturer’s guarantee, 10 year warranty on inverter motor, Currys, (£459.99) £429.99 using code INSTANT30 or possibly £408.09 after Quidco
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SAMSUNG ecobubble WF90F5E5U4X Washing Machine - 9kg Five-year manufacturer’s guarantee, 10 year warranty on inverter motor, Currys, (£459.99) £429.99 using code INSTANT30 or possibly £408.09 after Quidco

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Found 19th Feb 2016
SAMSUNG ecobubble™ WF90F5E5U4X Washing Machine - Graphite, 9 kg, 1400 rpm, Five-year manufacturer’s guarantee, 10 year warranty on inverter motor, Currys, £429.99 using code INSTANT30, or possibly £408.49 after Quidco's 5% cashback on Samsung washing machines.
Tesco also sell Currys gift cards so you can get the equivalent of £12 back in Clubcard points too on a £400 spend on Currys gift cards, which may be doubled up etc to get even more back. May also use a cashback credit card to purchase the gift cards from Tesco, e.g. Santander 123 credit card gives 1% back on supermarket purchases. Other cashback credit cards may earn more than this and there may also be incentives on some people's accounts. Could work out at £356.49 or less if cashback tracks, Clubcard points are quadrupled, and a cashback credit card is used at Tesco for the gift cards.
Be aware that you can only use five gift cards online but Currys can change small denomination gift cards into larger denominations if wanting to order online and prepared/able to visit Tesco and Currys to get the cheapest cost.
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I have one of these brilliant machine.
this any good?
kidrock123

this any good?



Bought ours in january sales and its something i wish we'd bought years ago. So quiet, smooth, massive load capacity, fast, clothes come out nearly dry, much softer feel to the clothes than ever before and even seems to have refreshed some old clothes.

Excellent machine
sparklehedgehog

Bought ours in january sales and its something i wish we'd bought years … Bought ours in january sales and its something i wish we'd bought years ago. So quiet, smooth, massive load capacity, fast, clothes come out nearly dry, much softer feel to the clothes than ever before and even seems to have refreshed some old clothes.Excellent machine



Sounds more like a wishing machine.
£399.99 delivered in January sales from Curry's and it is as others have said, amazing. 5year guarantee is a bonus we got too - just register with Samsung.
Bought this for £399 in the Jan sales at Currys, great machine
You will need the 5 year warranty, speaking from personal experience.
bought this from ao.com yesterday with delivery today for £399.00 with code FEB30 and possibly £27 cash back from quidco.
Brilliant machine, done 2 washes today already :-)
These ecobubbles seam to do a good job at actually washing clothes well and look stylish/good, but it seams that everyone who has had one long term have needed to use the warranty on at least a few occasions so expect it to be uneconomical to repair after its warranty elaspes.
Got the 8kg 1600rpm spin one for £479 from Currys and what a truly stunning machine almost silent even when running a full speed spin. Now use less detergent & wash at 20C most if the time now too and everything comes out brilliantly. The programmes are very flexible & find the bubble soak option works really well.

I don't know about longevity or reliability as haven't had it that long yet our previous a 1600rpm Hoover lasted 15 years (3 sets of brushes in that time) but with that 5 year warranty I'm not worried at all.

Don't forget you MUST REGISTER FOR THE 5 YEAR WARRANTY
It looks like this is an obsolete model and the new range (add wash) is coming in hence the reduction.
mmatcas

bought this from ao.com yesterday with delivery today for £399.00 with … bought this from ao.com yesterday with delivery today for £399.00 with code FEB30 and possibly £27 cash back from quidco.Brilliant machine, done 2 washes today already :-)



Have you got a link to this I'm struggling to find it, thanks
I figure if it only lasts 5 years it's still cost under £100 a year which is pretty good.

To contrast cheap washer from Argos £229 some Candy thing with 2 year warranty add extra year to warranty £89.99 & that only covers you for 3 years so costs £106/year and it won't be anywhere near as good at its job. So I reckon these Samsung machines are really good value this one is £85.80/year so much better value imho
Thoughtful

It looks like this is an obsolete model and the new range (add wash) is … It looks like this is an obsolete model and the new range (add wash) is coming in hence the reduction.



Seeing as it still washea clothes, I doubt it's obsolete.
Come on Apple ! Where are YOUR laundry appliances!
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Bikerdanny

These ecobubbles seam to do a good job at actually washing clothes well … These ecobubbles seam to do a good job at actually washing clothes well and look stylish/good, but it seams that everyone who has had one long term have needed to use the warranty on at least a few occasions so expect it to be uneconomical to repair after its warranty elaspes.



Within the first 2 weeks I had to call an engineer out 3 times and over 2 years there were a further 2 call outs ( the first appliance was exchanged ) .
The warranty on mine ran out in December last year and last week the control unit failed.

The service network that Samsung use is also a little bit iffy as they don't actually employ their own and you can get some right cowboys turn up!
Like others have said though, it's a fantastic machine when it works.
Edited by: "hamodziatko" 20th Feb 2016
Which of the main brands employ their own service engineers?

Lg, Samsung do not.
Hotpoint brands do
Not sure about AEG, Siemens, Bosch etc

bigpappa

Which of the main brands employ their own service engineers?Lg, Samsung … Which of the main brands employ their own service engineers?Lg, Samsung do not.Hotpoint brands doNot sure about AEG, Siemens, Bosch etc



Siemens, Neff & Bosch do and after experiencing Panasonic who don't i'll never go down that road again.
Hi everyone!

Related to this deal, what do people think of washer dryers? Are the worth it?

Thanks.
cjb2015

Have you got a link to this I'm struggling to find it, thanks



ao.com/pro…eWM
cjb2015

Have you got a link to this I'm struggling to find it, thanks


ao.com/pro…eWM
mmatcas

http://ao.com/product/wf90f5e3u4w-samsung-ecobubble-washing-machine-white-28668-1.aspx?WT.ac=ASOTSamsungEcobubbleWM



Cheers, wife is insisting on a silver one tho.... Women!
cjb2015

Cheers, wife is insisting on a silver one tho.... Women!



​It seems like a slightly different model? The e5 is e3 at ao model and the x is w. I presume the end letter is just the colour code. Is there any other differences apart from colour? The one at ao seems to have a lower Rrp so am worried it's a lower end model.
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kidrock123

this any good?


They are very good.
uksparky

Cheers, wife is insisting on a silver one tho.... Women!


​It seems like a slightly different model? The e5 is e3 at ao model and the x is w. I presume the end letter is just the colour code. Is there any other differences apart from colour? The one at ao seems to have a lower Rrp so am worried it's a lower end model.[/quote
From the specs it is exactly the same, i ordered it from ao.com because currys didn't have it for delivery when i looked and my car is not big enough to collect it from store and £30 cheaper.
You have to listen to the wife as the Wife is always Right
mmatcas

​It seems like a slightly different model? The e5 is e3 at ao model and t … ​It seems like a slightly different model? The e5 is e3 at ao model and the x is w. I presume the end letter is just the colour code. Is there any other differences apart from colour? The one at ao seems to have a lower Rrp so am worried it's a lower end model.[/quoteFrom the specs it is exactly the same, i ordered it from ao.com because currys didn't have it for delivery when i looked and my car is not big enough to collect it from store and £30 cheaper. You have to listen to the wife as the Wife is always Right



Yeah, I've had a look and it does seem to be the same model just a different colour. White would probably look better in our kitchen so this does seem a decent deal. How did you get £27 Quidco though? I think it would only be 1% because of using a voucher code, makes it like £4.
Does the warranty cover wear and tear?
In my experience, no machine will last 5 years without needing bearings if used regularly. Probably built into the drum so this would also have to be replaced.
Edited by: "gkiddell" 20th Feb 2016
RedOnRed

Siemens, Neff & Bosch do and after experiencing Panasonic who don't i'll … Siemens, Neff & Bosch do and after experiencing Panasonic who don't i'll never go down that road again.



Miele employ their own
Rich44

Got the 8kg 1600rpm spin one for £479 from Currys and what a truly … Got the 8kg 1600rpm spin one for £479 from Currys and what a truly stunning machine almost silent even when running a full speed spin. Now use less detergent & wash at 20C most if the time now too and everything comes out brilliantly. The programmes are very flexible & find the bubble soak option works really well. I don't know about longevity or reliability as haven't had it that long yet our previous a 1600rpm Hoover lasted 15 years (3 sets of brushes in that time) but with that 5 year warranty I'm not worried at all. Don't forget you MUST REGISTER FOR THE 5 YEAR WARRANTY



Got the same machine as yours (mainly for the higher speed, sacrificing 1 kg of the posted machine deal).
uksparky

Yeah, I've had a look and it does seem to be the same model just a … Yeah, I've had a look and it does seem to be the same model just a different colour. White would probably look better in our kitchen so this does seem a decent deal. How did you get £27 Quidco though? I think it would only be 1% because of using a voucher code, makes it like £4.



i don't know to be honest but i just checked and it tracked at 21.45. i have no idea how quidco works as i have only started to use it last week.
I was thinking of getting a Miele with 10 years warranty. But then I thought, they're £800 minimum. Why don't I just get a £400 washing machine with 5 years warranty, like this Samsung, then *if* it breaks after 5 years just get another one for £400 with another 5 years warranty... Benefit of that is latest model after 5 years and also the possibility that it actually won't break after 5 years and last even longer before shelling out another £400. More cost effective option than an £800+ Miele, surely..
Well, I've read the specs sheets on the Samsung website for both the WF90F5E5U4W and the WF90F5E3U4W. They're identical in every way. Since the WF90F5E5U4W / WF90F5E5U4X is now £449 at Currys, and the WF90F5E3U4W is £399 at AO, makes sense to buy from the latter and save £50. That said there's now the LG FH4U2VCN2 , also £399 at Currys and seems to be very much the same!
No doubt this is a good price, but I just can't understand why it's getting 452 degrees heat while the deal for the LG FH4U2VCN2 is getting only 62 degrees.

Both washing machines have exactly the same specs (9kg, 1400rpm, A+++, 5yr warranty).. But this Samsung is £30 more than the LG.

HUKD is a funny place sometimes.
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