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Samsung ecobubble WW90J5456FW - 9kg / 1400 rpm Washing Machine + 5 Year Warranty & £15.16 Boots Points - £389 Delivered @ Boots Appliances
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Samsung ecobubble WW90J5456FW - 9kg / 1400 rpm Washing Machine + 5 Year Warranty & £15.16 Boots Points - £389 Delivered @ Boots Appliances

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Posted 1st Apr

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Not the lowest price ever, but the extra Boots points help here for sure. I posted an 8KG / 1400 spin model this morning with AddWash, although that's not something everyone will be interested in.

So this one doesn't have Addwash, but does have the extra KG of capacity for those that need it. Also this is in white and the other is in a graphite colour. So just another one to throw out there, if you're struggling to find something at the moment.

As I mentioned on a deal previously, delivery states from £20, although there are some £10 slots, bringing the total to £389 + £15.16 worth of Boots points
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Product Overview
Product Overview
Dimensions - (H)85.0 x (W)60.0 x (D)55.0
Childproof Lock - Yes
Control Type - Buttons / Dial
Delay Timer Length - 24 Hours
Display Type - LED
Max Spin Speed Varies Per Programme - Yes
Max Wash Load Varies Per Programme - Yes
Max Wash Temperature Varies Per Programme - Yes
Noise Level (Spin) - 74 dB
Noise Level (Wash) - 53 dB
Wash Load - 9 Kg
Energy Rating - A+++Spin Performance - A Rated
Max Spin Speed - 1400 RPM
Delay Timer - Yes
Fuzzy Logic - Yes
Hand Wash - No
Large Porthole - Yes
Time Saver Function - Yes
Time to End of Programme - Yes
Variable Spin - Yes
Variable Temperature - Yes
Wide Opening Door - Yes
Water Remaining After Spin - 44 %
Annual Energy Cost Based On 15.40p/Unit - £20.02
Annual Energy Consumption - 130 Kwh
Annual Water Consumption - 9400 Litres

Standard Programmes
  • Cotton Programme - Yes
  • Dark Wash - Yes
  • Easy Iron Function - No
  • Economy Wash - Yes
  • Intensive Cycle - Yes
  • Mixed Load - Yes
  • Number of Wash Programmes - 14
  • Quick Wash Time - 15 Minutes
  • Silk Wash - No
  • Spin And Drain - Yes
  • Sports Programme - No
  • Super / Extra Rinse - Yes
  • Synthetics - Yes
  • Half Load Function - Yes
  • Pre Wash - Yes
  • Quick Wash - Yes
  • Rinse Hold - Yes
  • Wool Programme - Yes
  • Delicate Wash - Yes

Warranty
  • Manufacturer Warranty - 5 Year
  • Manufacturer Warranty - Domestic Use Only Yes
  • Manufacturer Warranty - Registration Required With Samsung within 90 days of purchase
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33 Comments
good price. Have you seen any discount codes for LG washing machines?
Not a bad price. Paid about this for the 11kg one a few years back. So much better than the LG it replaced. Really pleased with it even if the circuit board went just outside of the warranty, Samsung were really helpful, came and replaced it foc and its been fine ever since. I'd get another if it died tomorrow
neekaphillips01/04/2020 18:50

Not a bad price. Paid about this for the 11kg one a few years back. So …Not a bad price. Paid about this for the 11kg one a few years back. So much better than the LG it replaced. Really pleased with it even if the circuit board went just outside of the warranty, Samsung were really helpful, came and replaced it foc and its been fine ever since. I'd get another if it died tomorrow


Thank you for your advice. I am torn between Samsung and LG atm but LG's longer warranty is pulling me towards it.
alisherka01/04/2020 19:08

Thank you for your advice. I am torn between Samsung and LG atm but LG's …Thank you for your advice. I am torn between Samsung and LG atm but LG's longer warranty is pulling me towards it.


To be fair you could go through ao or curry's and get the whatever happens cover. I spent about 7 years trying to kill of my old LG and they kept sending it back fixed. I think by the time I gifted it to another family only the shell was original. 😳 I've always found their cover plans really good myself.
alisherka01/04/2020 17:39

good price. Have you seen any discount codes for LG washing machines?


We have an LG, 2.5 years in and no issues to report. I'll be around tomorrow looking for deals, so will keep my eyes peeled
Ken01/04/2020 20:39

We have an LG, 2.5 years in and no issues to report. I'll be around …We have an LG, 2.5 years in and no issues to report. I'll be around tomorrow looking for deals, so will keep my eyes peeled


Thank you Ken
I've got this model, had about 3 years. No problems so far
Got an ecobubble from Samsung. The pump went (wasn’t taking the waste water out) Samsung were so easy to deal with. Replaced the pump and the guy said the new pumps are much better and he has been right. Machine has been excellent with no problems.
Be aware, the internal drum size in an 8 kg and a 9kg is the same size!! They make the door larger but the internal volume is the same. They had a giant bean filled ball to show the ‘extra size’ but when I stated the ball was the same inside they were abit taken back and thought it was ‘strange’. Maybe an electronic limitation on the internal scales to say ‘over weight’ etc added at 8kg, but don’t be fooled by thinking a larger weight is automatically larger size.
currys.co.uk/gbu…tml currys have a similair washing machine for £349 a lot cheaper.
Wouldn't bother ..mine broke down after the warranty ran out...not great
Cannot Beat LG for reliability

I have several in my rental properties

Last 2 replaced after 12/13 years after seal around door started leaking, was happy to replace with another LG after this length of time

Have an 8years old 6Kg LG af home, never failed
redcastle06/04/2020 14:42

Be aware, the internal drum size in an 8 kg and a 9kg is the same size!! …Be aware, the internal drum size in an 8 kg and a 9kg is the same size!! They make the door larger but the internal volume is the same. They had a giant bean filled ball to show the ‘extra size’ but when I stated the ball was the same inside they were abit taken back and thought it was ‘strange’. Maybe an electronic limitation on the internal scales to say ‘over weight’ etc added at 8kg, but don’t be fooled by thinking a larger weight is automatically larger size.



the bearings are stronger though to withstand the extra weight, so should last longer than the 8 kg version as long as you dont put in the extra load
alisherka01/04/2020 19:08

Thank you for your advice. I am torn between Samsung and LG atm but LG's …Thank you for your advice. I am torn between Samsung and LG atm but LG's longer warranty is pulling me towards it.



The LG will be the more reliable product. Both are good value for for between £350 and £380
fiqqer06/04/2020 15:55

The LG will be the more reliable product. Both are good value for for …The LG will be the more reliable product. Both are good value for for between £350 and £380


Any actual evidence of that? Have samsung 10KG washer and Samsung 9KG dryer that have been flawless over several years now when generally used several times a day.

(And the Samsung washing machine has advantage of being Internet connected so you can be alerted when wash has completed, it needs more detergent, etc.)
Edited by: "Tony_DR" 6th Apr
My LG just died after about 10 years the spider arm broke, so not sure what to go for. Liked the 5 year warranty on the samsungs but its also better to never need it.
jimbobfrank006/04/2020 16:44

My LG just died after about 10 years the spider arm broke, so not sure …My LG just died after about 10 years the spider arm broke, so not sure what to go for. Liked the 5 year warranty on the samsungs but its also better to never need it.


What ever you go for, you can generally get dented, scratched etc returns on ebay for 2/3 of retail or less on ebay. Especially high end models. Just got the LED waterfall Samsung dishwasher in stainless steel for £450 delivered... It had a fine scratch across the front and a small dent but otherwise perfect.
Edited by: "Tony_DR" 6th Apr
alisherka01/04/2020 19:08

Thank you for your advice. I am torn between Samsung and LG atm but LG's …Thank you for your advice. I am torn between Samsung and LG atm but LG's longer warranty is pulling me towards it.


Go for the LG I've had mine for 8 years and no issues.Very quiet and well made
Nilesh_Hirani06/04/2020 13:51

Got an ecobubble from Samsung. The pump went (wasn’t taking the waste w …Got an ecobubble from Samsung. The pump went (wasn’t taking the waste water out) Samsung were so easy to deal with. Replaced the pump and the guy said the new pumps are much better and he has been right. Machine has been excellent with no problems.


How can it be excellent with no problems yet the pumps been replaced?Is that the same thing as triggers broom from only fools and horses?
jimbobfrank006/04/2020 16:44

My LG just died after about 10 years the spider arm broke, so not sure …My LG just died after about 10 years the spider arm broke, so not sure what to go for. Liked the 5 year warranty on the samsungs but its also better to never need it.



The spider is the thing that breaks the washers in the end.

There are many purchasers of the Samsung washers who complained about the spider wearing out after the warranty ran out - you can google that. It is to do with the metal compounds used on the spider. The composition of the LG spiders is different from the Samsung ones.

Anything that is made has a failure rate - good quality devices still have a failure rate of around 3%. Poorer quality devices have a failure rate of 8% and above.

I mostly go by Which? organisation's analysis as they have a large user base of actual purchases over a long period of time and not just random posters on Amazon, as well as from posters on the White goods website which has comments from engineers who service those products
Edited by: "fiqqer" 6th Apr
muckspreader106/04/2020 18:45

How can it be excellent with no problems yet the pumps been replaced?Is …How can it be excellent with no problems yet the pumps been replaced?Is that the same thing as triggers broom from only fools and horses?


Excellent since the replacement
LG Steam™ 10Kg 1400 Spin Washing Machine F4J610SS + 5 Year Guarantee - Graphite / White £384 delivered with code @ Currys.
Also the same model was sold below £340 with ebay 20% code. Shame I didn't buy back then.
How would something like this even get delivered at the moment? Just dump on the doorstep and leave you to lug it in and connect yourself?
I have to say the LG was shocking actually. I had it for about 8 years, always being repaired, always a fault with it, slightest unbalanced load it would not spin, forever recalibration drums etc. Large family here and on a bad day the machine can be on up to 8-10 times. The 12kg eco bubble has really been much much better. If it blew up tomorrow I'd buy another.
redcastle06/04/2020 14:42

Be aware, the internal drum size in an 8 kg and a 9kg is the same size!! …Be aware, the internal drum size in an 8 kg and a 9kg is the same size!! They make the door larger but the internal volume is the same. They had a giant bean filled ball to show the ‘extra size’ but when I stated the ball was the same inside they were abit taken back and thought it was ‘strange’. Maybe an electronic limitation on the internal scales to say ‘over weight’ etc added at 8kg, but don’t be fooled by thinking a larger weight is automatically larger size.


Weight has nothing to do with volume..

8kg of wet jeans would probably fit in my smaller drum 6kg Bosch. But my Bosch would struggle as it's not designed for 8kg loads.

I understand what you're saying but it's a common misconception that a higher weight rating is a bigger drum. Not always.
fiqqer06/04/2020 19:06

The spider is the thing that breaks the washers in the end. There are …The spider is the thing that breaks the washers in the end. There are many purchasers of the Samsung washers who complained about the spider wearing out after the warranty ran out - you can google that. It is to do with the metal compounds used on the spider. The composition of the LG spiders is different from the Samsung ones.Anything that is made has a failure rate - good quality devices still have a failure rate of around 3%. Poorer quality devices have a failure rate of 8% and above.I mostly go by Which? organisation's analysis as they have a large user base of actual purchases over a long period of time and not just random posters on Amazon, as well as from posters on the White goods website which has comments from engineers who service those products


You're right about the spider. There is a particular Samsung range that the spider fails quite consistently.

The metal alloy struggles with liquid detergent, the liquid detergent clings to the alloy and eventually breaks the alloy down resulting in a very costly repair.
On the Lg I had I needed to clean out the drain pumps a couple of times as there are a lot of metal filings in my clothes probably not an issue for most people. Also the hall sensor broke on it as well but its quite cheap to replace other than that it is a decent machine I am half thinking of replacing the bearings and spider but the parts are coming to £70 so probably better getting new machine.
Cold
Apart from the boots points (who are overpriced anyway) same price delivered from AO
delvey198707/04/2020 10:52

ColdApart from the boots points (who are overpriced anyway) same price …ColdApart from the boots points (who are overpriced anyway) same price delivered from AO


Maybe because delivered by ao retail?
I've just bought the AddWash version of this machine, I really cannot believe how quiet it is.
Have the 90J6410 model and impressed with how well it cleans. Paid £499 for mine, done quick comparison between this model and mine on Which? Site... not much in it. Good value for money.

Which test says - This is a simply outstanding washing machine...
HELP PLEASE!! I've just ordered one of these machines and noticed in the blurb online that you must use High Efficiency detergents with them which seem to cost a fortune.

I've never even heard of an HE detergent until now! Does anybody have any experience of these magical detergents or using a normal powder in these machines please? Thanks.
The warranty seems to be an issue with amazon reviewers when they try to claim for samsung washing machines. It seems samsung reject claims a little too easily for their liking. Because of this I bought a Siemens.
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