Samsung Ecobubble WW90J6410CW 9Kg Washing Machine with 1400 rpm 5 Year Warranty £399 AO.com
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Samsung Ecobubble WW90J6410CW 9Kg Washing Machine with 1400 rpm 5 Year Warranty £399 AO.com

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Found 30th May 2017
Seems like a great price for a middle range Samsung Eco bubble washing machine which scores highly in reviews and has a great load capacity and speed. 5 year warranty and 10 year warranty on the inverter motor.

£30 off code - 30APPLIANCE

(MEGA40 expired it seems)

£429 - £30 = £399

TCB if it tracks ~£10

WW 90 J 6410 CW

Took a while to figure out the numbering scheme.

WW washing machine WD Washer Dryer ?

9 is the weight in KG ,

J is the series 2015/16 (Latest are K for addwash 2016/17)

next four is the model 6410 which is mid range. Most deals are on the lower 5456 or older F series. Last two are colour CW white and CX graphite

Might be wrong but that's the best I could work out.

Reviews

4.7/5 AO.com link (43 reviews)

ao.com/pro…spx

9/10 for 8kg version Trustedreviews.com

trustedreviews.com/sam…iew

5/5 Graphite Version John Lewis

johnlewis.com/sam…385

4.4/5 John Lewis 8Kg version (92 reviews)

johnlewis.com/sam…714

8kg version

4.5/5 (289 reviews)

google.co.uk/sea…igA

Warranty

my-samsung.com/uk/…rs/
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Excellent post,backed up with the relevant reviews.
Thanks for the post.
Seems like a good deal. The summary is definitely exemplary.
Original Poster
got a call this morning, they will take the old machine for free if I disconnect it. saves me a trip and sore back. I didn't tick it so might be worth noting to save a few Bob.

Hoover New wave 5 plus is dead but heavy. 15+ years service
So what are the main differences between 6410 and 5413 models? Features look almost identical to me.
Edited by: "merb0786" 30th May 2017
Every washing machine deal, I've seen the past few weeks are for white one's, hopefully a black one appears soon
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There's no J5413 so I must have confused it with the K series so the difference​ is the addwash comparing K and J machines.

So nearest J series is 5456 which are more expensive. FW white colour is the cheapest at £499 (with £30 off) AO.com

still comparing them

​Programme time (60°C cotton cycle) Information

6410 294mins 5456 319mins

only difference​ I can see between 6 and 5 models

The K 9KG is £50 more at AO.com if anyone wants the addwash feature.

http://ao.com/product/ww90k5413uw-samsung-addwash-washing-machine-white-40276-1.aspx

8kg is the same price as this deal but you get a free camera, so there is that. you could sell it on the Bay and pocket the difference.

ao.com/pro…spx


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johnraggett

Every washing machine deal, I've seen the past few weeks are for white … Every washing machine deal, I've seen the past few weeks are for white one's, hopefully a black one appears soon



9KG graphite ones £50 more but you get a free camera which you can flog for £50 and it'll be the same as this deal. more hassle but might be a while till a dark machine comes up.
​http://ao.com/product/ww90k5413ux-samsung-addwash-washing-machine-silver-40277-1.aspx

only 400 cameras to claim so might be better calling them first
Edited by: "namsu2403" 30th May 2017
I think the 'services' costs are horrendously high, and you will be better off looking elsewhere if you need the old machine disconnected and disposed of, plus the new one fitted for you.

£10 for disconnection "This includes the tricky job of disconnecting it from your water pipes"
£25 for disposal
£25 to connect the new machine.

£60 in total !

This is a ridiculous cost for what should really be included with the cost of the machine, and only costs £40 at John Lewis - Currys put their charge on the checkout page.

namsu2403

9KG graphite ones £50 more but you get a free camera which you can flog … 9KG graphite ones £50 more but you get a free camera which you can flog for £50 and it'll be the same as this deal. more hassle but might be a while till a dark machine comes up. http://ao.com/product/ww90k5413ux-samsung-addwash-washing-machine-silver-40277-1.aspxonly 400 cameras to claim so might be better calling them first



Any details on the free camera offer? I can't see it on the AO website there unless I am being blind.
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nige182

Any details on the free camera offer? I can't see it on the AO website … Any details on the free camera offer? I can't see it on the AO website there unless I am being blind.



​https://offers.samsungpromotions.claims/gb/en/pages/aobgtfreecamera/country-select

it's a purple button on the washing machine link
namsu2403

https://offers.samsungpromotions.claims/gb/en/pages/aobgtfreecamera/country-selectit's a purple button on the washing machine link



Yep, I was being blind then, cheer
just bought...thanks
What are the wash times like? Anyone already own one that can provide some info?

Thanks
johnraggett

Every washing machine deal, I've seen the past few weeks are for white … Every washing machine deal, I've seen the past few weeks are for white one's, hopefully a black one appears soon



Ones, not one's.
I just thought I'd share my notes about these Samsung machines.

Our venerable Bosch machine appears to have died at just under 10 years old and I think, finally, I'm going to have to yield and pay for a new machine. Samsung has been on my radar for a few years now as a replacement brand, so this deal looked very interesting and well timed, the 9kg addwash model mentioned in post #7 looked to be perfect. But having read dozens of user reviews, and reviewed the manuals, I now think it is not. The reason: Our Bosch was pretty damn good except for a couple of annoying flaws, the main one of which was - when doing a quick 15 minute wash it would not spin at the full 1400 rpm, only 1200. Seems a minor issue, but when you are desperately trying to get a piece of clothing washed ultra quickly because you need it fast, you want it to come out of the machine with as little water left in it as possible so the damn thing will dry as quickly as possible. This has irritated the hell out of me, repeatedly, for nearly a decade. So I noticed that people are saying the Samsung machines will only spin a quick wash at 800rpm and the clothes come out wet! Not only that but the 9kg machine doesn't even have a spin only feature! So I wouldn't even be able to run a quick spin cycle after a quick wash, like I often have with our Bosch, to get the clothes quickly dried. How completely idiotic? And proof to me, again, that no washing machine designer has ever done a days laundry in their lives, and certainly never run a busy household!
Edited by: "VDisillusioned" 1st Jun 2017
Starting price has gone up to £449 now
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Yeah price has gone up so expired.
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